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  • 1. 17 – 20 SEPTEMBER 2012, JW MARRIOTT, DUBAI, UAE Offshore Support Vessels MIDDLE EAST TOWARDS RENEWED GROWTH AND RECOVERYKEY SPEAKERS REASONS TOP Roy Donaldson Vincent Weve Khamis Juma Buamim COO Topaz Energy and Marine General Manager Stanford Marine Chairman Drydocks World TO ATTEND Nasser S. Al Tamimi Capt. Paul Jarkiewicz Eisa S. Al Sarkal 1 The region’s ONLY specialist conference for Manager-Logistics Manager - Fleet & Client Logistics and Offshore Offshore Support Vessels ADMA-OPCO, Abu Dhabi Services Department Marine Manager 2 Learn about new opportunities and latest Marine Operating Company ESNAAD – ADNOC Group Zakum Development offshore E&P projects in the Middle East Company offshore sector Lee Keng Lin Jan H. van Os Director, Deepwater Services Product Director 3 In-depth look at OSV technical requirements and operational challenges unique to the region Posh Semco Offshore & Transport CHECK OUT THE PRE Damen Shipyards Gorinchem Discover strategies of leading shipowners Venkatraman Sheshashayee AND POST CONFERENCE 4 to operate successfully, expanding their Chief Executive Officer / Simon Liang ADD-ON DAYS business in and outside the region Executive Director Chairman and CEO Jaya Holdings Limited Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group See inside for details 5 Find opportunities to partner and collaborate with the world’s largest offshore market 6 Evaluate commercially sustainable businessProduced by: Platinum Sponsor: Associate Sponsor: Lanyard Sponsor: Tabletop Sponsor: “Event educational, highly strategies for ship chartering, repair and recommended, high calibre retrofits offshore industry executives” 7 Hear the inside story told by the largest, most influential shipowners, shipyards and ELIAS NASSIF, CEO, STANFORD MARINE GROUP charterers in Middle East! REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / www.osvmiddleeast.com
  • 2. 17 – 20 SEPTEMBER 2012, JW MARRIOTT, DUBAI, UAE Offshore Support Vessels MIDDLE EASTTOWARDS RENEWED GROWTH AND RECOVERY “An excellent platform for exchange of ideas and getting updates on currentSHIPOWNERS trends” CAPT. VINOD NARAYANAN, DEPUTY GENERAL Roy Donaldson Vivek Seth Vincent Weve MANAGER, MARINE, CAIRN ENERGY INDIA COO Regional Managing Director General Manager CONFERENCE Topaz Energy and Marine - Middle East & India Stanford Marine Smit Lamnalco Group Capt. Paul Jarkiewicz Babak Jabbari Manager - Fleet & Client Services Department ESNAAD – ADNOC Group Olivier Daniel Newbuilding Managing Director, Bourbon Vice President Operation, SeaBird Exploration FZ-LLC HIGHLIGHTS Lee Keng Lin Venkatraman Sheshashayee • Market dynamics of the Middle East Director, Deepwater Services Chief Executive Officer / offshore support sector Posh Semco Executive Director • Oil price outlook and how it impacts Jaya Holdings Limited day rates • Mapping characteristics of MiddleSHIPBUILDERS AND DESIGNERS East customers and regional markets Khamis Juma Buamim Simon Liang Henrik Wilhelms Chairman Chairman and CEO Vice President, Marine Life • Financing solutions and capital Drydocks World Sinopacific Shipbuilding Cycle Solutions sources for vessel acquisition, Group Wartsila expansion and refurbishments Jan H. van Os • Contrasting opportunities between Product Director Offshore & Mahmoud El Abki Ajith P J Middle East, Caspian Sea, Africa, Transport Naval Architect Technical Director(Projects) Asia and India Damen Shipyards Gorinchem Granweld Aries Marine, UAE • Case studies on overcoming challenges on security, logistics andCHARTERERS AND INDUSTRY EXPERTS crewing Nasser S. Al Tamim Eisa S. Al Sarkal Capt. Ian Bacon • Charterer perspectives and Manager-Logistics Logistics and Offshore Marine Consulting and expectations from the industry ADMA-OPCO, Abu Dhabi Marine Manager, Zakum Operations Manager • Fleet, new build and contracting Marine Operating Company Development Company Noble Denton strategies by leading Shipowners Capt. Saleem Alavi Steve Abbott Commander Todd Offutt • New technology and vessel Maritime Advisor Project Manager, Concept Officer In-charge capabilities National Transport Authority Development, Technip US Coast Guard Government of UAE Marine Operations Services Bahrain ONLINE NETWORKING TOOLBANKING AND FINANCE See who is attending, send and Andreas Remmer Knut Mathiassen, Head of John Sinders receive messages, and make Senior Vice President Ship Finance - MENA & Africa Senior Executive Officer Offshore Support Group, DVB Standard Chartered Bank Clarkson Investment appointments! Services (DIFC) Ltd. Conference delegates, speakers, sponsors Marcus Machin Anshul A Gupta CEO Director - David Lyons, Founding and exhibitors will have the opportunity Tufton Oceanic Corporate Sector Group Partner & President, Capital to reach out to fellow participants before (Middle East) Ltd. HSBC Middle East Partners Worldwide Inc and after the event. The networking tool will operate from our website, and participants will be emailed PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS: 17 SEPT 2012 POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: 20 SEPT 2012PLUS a unique log in and password that will A – THE REDUNDANCY CONCEPT OF OFFSHORE VESSELS enable access 10 days before and OSV Supplytime and Other Chartering Contracts B – DRYDOCK MANAGEMENT continue till 5 days after the event.Produced by: Platinum Sponsor: Associate Sponsor: Lanyard Sponsor: Supported by: Media Partners Tabletop Sponsor: International Marketing Partner: REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / www.osvmiddleeast.com
  • 3. Offshore WORKSHOPS PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP A Support Vessels THE REDUNDANCY CONCEPT OF OFFSHORE VESSELS 17 SEPTEMBER 2012: 9AM – 12PM MIDDLE EAST The workshop will be focusing on the redundancy concept for the operation of Offshore Vessels. Specifically what an important consideration this should be when looking a vessel design. Although the discussions will be relevant to DP vessels of all class notations, they will look at all vessels whether they are DP or not with regard to theirProspects for the OSV industry in Middle East are bright with strong long-term global oil demand and increasing design and in built redundancy concept. i.e. what will be the effect of specific failure with a view to either reducingoffshore activity. Coupled with stabilizing crude oil price which is expected to exceed USD 100 per barrel, the or eliminating that effect, thus improving the operationalmarket is back on track. But challenges and uncertainties still persist, with an aging fleet, geo-political situation, safety and reliability of the vessel.security and crewing issues that need to be addressed. Learning objectives of the workshop: • To enhance the understanding of FMEA and FMECA processes – derive the benefits with regard toOffshore Support Vessels Middle East will bring together the movers, shakers and leaders of the OSV sector redundant operationsof the Arabian Gulf to discuss how to capitalize on opportunities in and outside the region, while overcoming the • Provide and understand as to the benefits of having a redundant vessel:hurdles which it is currently facing. - Improvement in operational capability. - Improved safe operation of vessels. - Selling an improved product to the market place“In comparison with other events in Europe and North “A segment targeted conference with • As part of new build vessel project redundancy should form part of the design solution to be agreedAmerica, there were new faces and the delegates an interesting international mix from and discussed before a contract is signed.and speakers were more open to new ideas. The businesses within the segment” • Meeting OPCO requirements –more OPCO’s are asking for a redundancy analysis – e.g. FMEA’s areevent was really focusing on the addressed topics VIVEK SETH, REGIONAL MANAGING DIRECTOR - MIDDLE EAST & INDIA, SMIT LAMNALCO GROUP carried out on DP1 vessels.with excellent networking opportunities” • Providing improved knowledge of their vessels to operators and operating crew.STEFAN HADELER, SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER, NAVAL ARCHITECT, VP - PROJECTDESIGN DEPARTMENT, NORDIC YARDS “Gained more knowledge and will be ABOUT THE WORKSHOP LEADER: David Robert Drew going again”“Very good and informative” WHITTHAYA K., ENGINEER, MARINE, LOGISTICS AND Marine Engineering and Dynamic Positioning Manager (Middle East), Global MaritimeSANDEEP VAIDYA, DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER, FLEET MANAGEMENT, OPERATIONS SUPPORT DEPT., PTT EXPLORATION AND Marine and Engineering ConsultantsGREAT OFFSHORE LTD PRODUCTION PCL David has 31 years working as a Marine Engineer and worked in variety of roles in different locations around the world. He has recently joined Global Maritime Marine and Offshore Consultants as their regional Marine Engineering and Dynamic Positioning Manager. PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP B DRYDOCK MANAGEMENT 17 SEPTEMBER 2012: 1PM – 4PM The costs of docking projects could run from hundreds of thousands to more than a million dollars, and vessels being out of service from a few weeks to months, so it is important for ship owners that such projects are managed effectively. Otherwise, docking projects are likely to cost far more than it should and could result in vessels failingINDUSTRIES REGIONS to meet charterparty requirements. This workshop will attempt to address this and cover the key issues byn Ship Owners......................................................................................................................................25% n Middle East.........................................................................................................................................50% offering a very practical advice and guidance on planning,n Ship Yards & Shipbuilding Companies.............................................................................20% n Asia & Oceania................................................................................................................................15% preparation and execution of docking projects. Then Offshore O & G Companies, NOCs, IOCs / Operators / Charterers.............15% n Africa......................................................................................................................................................10% course will open up discussions on different approachesn Engineering Companies............................................................................................................10% n US & Europe.........................................................................................................................................7% to docking and improving the integration of the dockingn Classification Companies............................................................................................................9% n Indian Subcontinent.......................................................................................................................8% process into the management of a vessel’s life cycle.n Banking and Investment / Ship Finance/ Private Equity Firms......................9% n Central & South America............................................................................................................3% Learning objectives of the workshop:n Equipment and Technology Providers..............................................................................5% n Eurasia......................................................................................................................................................7% • Realise the importance of effective dry dock managementn Law / Insurance/ Consultancy Firms..................................................................................5% • Understand the importance of a docking specification and how to prepare one • Learn how to improve the engagement of ship’s staff • Learn to choose a yard/ repair facility that fits your needs and be able to evaluate yards Safety Critera in line with laid up local & international rules • Develop an understanding for practical project management using real-world examples • Learn how to recognize the bottlenecks in docking projects and what to do about them ABOUT THE WORKSHOP LEADER: Abdul Hayee PLATINUM SPONSOR: Fleet Manager, GSSM, Dubai Abdul has over 35 years wealth of experience as Marine Damen Shipyards Group operates more than 38 shipyards and related companies worldwide. Consistent quality and Engineer. He has worked on key technical positions and short delivery times, due to standardized designs, modular construction and keeping vessels in stock, are Damen served as Chief Engineer of which his responsibility involved hallmarks. Proven technology, reliable performance and continuous (scientific) research enable Damen to offer customers innovative vessels with day to day monitoring of the vessels, arranging manning for great Total Cost of Ownership. the vessels, organizing dry dock and major repairs. Damen’s portfolio encompasses various types of tugs, workboats, high-speed craft, fast ferries, and cargo vessels, all of in-house design. In addition to the series-built, standard-type vessels, Damen is active in designing and building specialized workboats and patrol vessels. Damen offers several supporting services, such as Damen Technical Cooperation (i.e. vessel packages for local building), repair and maintenance POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP services, asset management systems, customer finance and crew training programmes. OSV SUPPLYTIME AND OTHER CHARTERING CONTRACTS 20 SEPTEMBER 2012: 9AM – 4PM PARTNERSHIP AND PROFILE BUILDING OPPORTUNITIES AT THE This course examines contracts, clauses, catastrophes and OSV MIDDLE EAST CONFERENCE: laws – some familiar, some quite specialized – that apply in the offshore-support context. All aspects of OSV chartering are considered. Case studies are used throughout the course Present a keynote session, launch a product, sponsor a lunch, demonstrate that pioneering technology you have developed – the options are to provide a lively, practical context for learning the material. endless. Key decision makers from the Offshore Industry will converge in Dubai to outline new projects, marine support and logistics requirements, • OSV – Fundamental Chartering Concepts and technology expectations. This is your chance to reach out to them! • Key issues in OSV chartering contract negotiation • OSV charterparties and forms For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at the Offshore Support Vessels Middle East • BIMCO Supplytime conference, please contact: • Case Studies • Bareboat charter agreement for OSVs Catherine Wong: Tel: +65 6508 2469 Email: catherine.wong@ibcasia.com.sg • Special ApplicationsREGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / register@ibcasia.com.sg / www.osvmiddleeast.com
  • 4. CONFERENCE PROGRAMME DAY ONE: TUESDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER 2012 DAY TWO: WEDNESDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER 2012 OSV DEMAND DRIVERS MARKET STRATEGIES SUPPLY SIDE 11.15 11.00 08.45 Indian Shipyard’s Perspectives on the08.30 OSV MarketRegistration & Coffee Getting your OSV to Work in Abu Dhabi: Chairman’s Opening Remarks How Stringent Is It? Hrishikesh Narasimhan, Denis Welch, CEO Joint General Manager (Head of Production),08.45 • Outlook of OSVs in Abu Dhabi IHC South East Asia L&T Shipbuilding Limited • From arrival to on-hire: the whole processWelcome and Speed Networking • Compliance with Abu Dhabi regime 09.00 Aileen Vitug, Senior Conference Producer, • Case study: preparing Stanford Condor WHAT CHARTERERS’ WANT IBC Asia Vincent Weve, General Manager Development of New Generation Stanford Marine L.L.C. Offshore Vessels 11.3008.55 • Bigger cargo deck and optimization of underdeck Current Logistics support provided inChairman’s Opening Remarks 11.15 spaces ADMA OPCO Jan H. van Os, Product Director Offshore & Design Optimization for Economic • Sophisticated anchor handling equipment Operation thrusters for dynamic positioning capabilities • Introduction on the Oil & Gas offshore operation Transport, Damen Shipyards Gorinchem • Future demand and increase in production • Designs for economic operation • Diesel electric propulsion systems enhanced with09.00 DP systems • Current and future mode of marine operation and • Market direction and current requirements marine resources (Marine Strategy)Oil & Gas Production and Pricing • Ship owner’s perspective • New navigational bridge design • Support for deepwater drilling operations and • Current and Future challenges & Opportunities• World oil production forecast Mahmoud El Abki Nasser S. Al Tamimi, Manager-Logistics, deliver more cargoes at greater distance and• Middle East oil and gas reserves Naval Architect, Granweld ADMA-OPCO, Abu Dhabi Marine faster• Field developments 11.30 Jan H. van Os, Product Director Offshore & Operating Company• Oil price outlook Strategies and Opportunities in the Transport, Damen Shipyards Gorinchem Jason Waldie, Director Douglas Westwood Caspian Sea 12.00 09.45 How Service Providers can better serve • Opportunities and challenges in the Caspian Sea09.30 • Meeting technical and operational requirements Discussing Fleet and New Build the O & G Players?Trends and Structure of the Middle East • Key learnings for operating in the region Strategy • Offshore E &P projects, spending and logisticsOSV Market Roy Donaldson, COO • Vessel capability trends and orderbook update needs• Demand analysis for different OSV types Topaz Marine • Integrating new build and upgrade programs with • Important criterion for selecting providers• Average day rates, spot market and long-term charter type of work and markets served • Technology, Operational and technical 12.00 PANEL DISCUSSION contracts • Design, technology and operational aspects of requirements• Sale and purchase activity; asset pricing Ship Owner Think Tank: Discussing the fleet Eisa S. Al Sarkal,• Comparative rates and key drivers of pricing Strategies for Ship Owners in Tight Olivier Daniel, Newbuilding Managing Logistics and Offshore Marine Manager,• Market predictions for the next 3 – 5 years Market Conditions Director, Bourbon Zakum Development Company John Sinders, Senior Executive Officer, • Reviewing investment strategies in growth Clarkson Investment Services (DIFC) Ltd. markets in Middle East – Saudi Arabia, Qatar, 10.15 Yemen, Oman 12.3010.00 • Finding new growth regions and experiences in Questions and Discussion Followed Working with NOCs by Morning Refreshments Key Perspectives for Increased supporting markets outside Middle East • What you can do in preparation to work withOffshore Vessel Demand • Considerations for selecting shipyards for new NOCs builds 10.45• Energy consumption, and Offshore Potential • Fulfilling technical and operational requirements • Strategies to counter low day rates vs high opex Building Cost-Effective High-Spec• Offshore E & P hotspots of NOCs • Assessing different approaches to a good mix of Vessels• Trends and growth prospects • Vessel requirements at different stages of E&P short and long-term contracts• Construction and requirements of new tonnage • Product development and technology strategy • Additional logistics support requirements Vivek Seth, Regional Managing Director • Strategies to secure new tonnage Khamis Juma Buamim • Key advantages and challenges of Chinese - Middle East & India, Smit Lamnalco Group Chairman, Drydocks World shipyards in the global OSV markets Capt. Paul Jarkiewicz, Vincent Weve, General Manager Manager - Fleet & Client Services • Reviewing offshore orderbook and financial10.30 Stanford Marine L.L.C. Department, ESNAAD – ADNOC Group incentivesQuestions and Discussion Followed Roy Donaldson, COO Simon Liang, Chairman and CEOby Morning Refreshments Topaz Marine Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group12.30 QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION FOLLOWED BY LUNCH 13.00 QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION FOLLOWED BY LUNCH13.30 Anshul A Gupta, Director - Corporate 14.00 Steve Abbott, Project Manager, ConceptLegal Implications of Operating in Sector Group, HSBC Middle East Modern and More Efficient Vessels Development, Technip Marine OperationsIranian Waters Services 15.30 • Technologies optimizing operational efficiency• Understanding the implications of sanctions imposed • Extending vessel functionality and improving 16.00 on Iran Questions and Discussion Followed productivity by Afternoon Refreshments DP Technologies and Developments• International insurance limitations • Addressing regional safety and environmental• If sanctions are lifted, what are the offshore challenges and its implications on ship design • Key issues and factors shaping DP technologies opportunities present? MARKET OPPORTUNITIES • Dealing with rapidly changing requirements and Senior Executive, Rolls Royce demands Alessandro Tricoli, 16.00 • Sharing operational experiences and challenges Partner, Fichte & Co. NEW TECHNOLOGY AND VESSEL Comparing and Contrasting Market Capt. Ian Bacon, Marine Consulting and FINANCING SOLUTIONS Opportunities in Asia CAPABILITIES Operations Manager, Noble Denton14.00 • Ongoing and planned field developments in South 14.20 OVERCOMING CHALLENGES East AsiaPreparing Compelling Proposals for • Update on the oil and gas market in India OSV Design and Technological Demand 16.30Successful OSV Financing Drivers in Middle East • Demand and supply dynamics Crisis Management During Maritime• Securing long-term capital solutions • Key drivers of utilization and day rates • Design and construction elements in present Emergencies• Thinking beyond traditional capital sources Venkatraman Sheshashayee generation OSVs• Will funding return to the way it was? • Multipurpose vessel concept-extending vessel • Assessment of ongoing piracy situation Chief Executive Officer / Executive Director functionality • Lessons Learned from pirated vessels David Lyons, President Jaya Holdings Limited Capital Partners Worldwide • Design & construction elements for compliance Commander Todd Offutt, Lee Keng Lin, Director, Deepwater Services of Class rules, notations and requirement Officer in Charge, Maritime Liaison Office Posh Semco14.15 • Modifications and refurbishment trends- (MARLO), BahrainFinance Structures and Finance Sources 17.00 overcoming regulatory and other obstacles 16.50 Opportunities in West Africa • Specific functions and key technologies, building• International funding of offshore sector assets features for owners Piracy and its economic consequences and projects • Field developments update, day rates and Ajith P J, Technical Director(Projects) Capt. Saleem Alavi, Maritime Advisor,• What are the key considerations for sourcing contract terms Aries Marine National Transport Authority, investment finance in the current market? • Hazard identification and risk management Marcus Machin, CEO approach on projects Government of UAE Tufton Oceanic (Middle East) Ltd. 14.35 Babak Jabbari, Vice President Operation 17.10 SeaBird Exploration FZ-LLC Lifecycle Solutions for OSVs14. 30 Minimising security risk and impact on 17.30 Henrik Wilhelms, Vice President, Marine Life company’s profitFinancing OSV Expansion, Acquisition Cycle Solutions, Wartsilaand Renovations Questions and Discussion • Security threats around Middle East area• How would the new build order book be funded? • Piracy and operating in African waters 15.20• Traditional versus innovative sources of financing Networking Cocktail Nigel Booker, Director• Alternative finance Questions and Discussion Followed Neptune Maritime Security• Understanding lender’s appetite for ship finance End of Day 1 by Afternoon Refreshments 17.30 Andreas Remmer, Senior Vice President, Offshore Support Group, DVB 15.35 Questions and Discussion Knut Mathiassen, Head of Ship Finance, Offshore IMR Support and Vessel MENA & Africa, Standard Chartered Bank Requirements End of ConferenceREGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / register@ibcasia.com.sg / www.osvmiddleeast.com
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