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  1. 1. 23 - 26 APRIL 2012, RAFFLES CONVENTION CENTRE, SINGAPORE NEW IN 2012 HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH • Commercial and Finance • CEO Think Tank on OSV Track covering M & A and segment analysis Financing Strategies • Logistics at Gulf of • Ship Owner Panel: Mexico - Challenges, Building a Market Resilient Key Learnings and OSV business model Opportunities • 10+ Contracting • Charterer demands on Opportunities Showcase Design and Technology for from E&P hot spots BRINGING COMMERCIAL TRENDS AND • Orderbook update Next Generation Vessels PROJECTIONS TO THE FOREFRONT from the World’s Largest • Focused discussions Offshore Vessel Builder on Ship Performance andFEATURING GLOBAL INDUSTRY LEADERS AND EXPERTS Energy Efficiency • Best Practices and Lessons Learned from • Online Networking Tool Sugiman Layanto Jesper Kragh Andresen Anil Rao European Offshore – network before and after President Director CEO Head Fleet Management Shipbuilders the event! Wintermar Offshore Lauritzen Singapore Great Offshore Ltd, India Simon Liang Alex Vicefield Sarasij Majumder, Chief CHECK OUT THE PRE AND POST Operating Officer for Offshore Chairman and CEO, Sinopacific CEO Zafiro Marine, and Director Project/Business, Pipavav CONFERENCE ADD-ON DAYS Shipbuilding Group Cecon ASA See inside for details Defence and Offshore Engineering Co Ltd Jan Fredrik Meling John Payne CEO Group Business Development Todd Scholl, Global Director of Eidesvik Director, Hallin Marine Oilfield Services Research, Clarksons Capital Markets Vivek Seth Vincent Weve Geir Sjurseth Regional Director - Middle East & General Manager Managing Director & Global Head India, Lamnalco Group Stanford Marine - Offshore Support, DVB Bank SE Capt. Simon Cook Lauri Bäckman Geir Johan Bakke General Manager Vice President President and CEO Waha Offshore Arctia Offshore Ltd Havyard GroupAssociate Sponsor: Corporate Sponsor: Tabletop Sponsors: With The Support Of: Co-located with: 3RD ANNUAL 4TH ANNUAL “The conference has many good presentations and I have met with many relevant people which totally is a great opportunity.” KENSUKE WATANABE, SHIP DESIGN DIVISION, IMABARI SHIPBUILDING LTD REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 /
  2. 2. 23 - 26 APRIL 2012, RAFFLES CONVENTION CENTRE, SINGAPORE HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH BRINGING COMMERCIAL TRENDS AND ASIA’S LARGEST OSV PROJECTIONS TO THE FOREFRONT CONFERENCE IS BACK! • 2 tracks; 40+ C-level speakersSHIPOWNERS • 3 co-located events, 500+ Jan Fredrik Meling Jesper Kragh Andresen Lauri Bäckman attendees, 40+ countries CEO CEO Vice President Eidesvik Lauritzen Singapore Arctia Offshore Ltd • 50% senior management Sugiman Layanto Alex Vicefield Divay Goel decision makers President Director CEO, Zafiro Marine, and General Manager Wintermar Offshore Director, Cecon ASA Siva Shipping TOP TEN Vivek Seth, Regional Director John Payne Anil Rao - Middle East & India Group Business Development Head Fleet Management Lamnalco Group Director, Hallin Marine Great Offshore Ltd, India Capt. Simon Cook Vincent Weve P.V. Suresh General Manager General Manager Group Head – New Building, REASONS TO ATTEND: Waha Offshore Stanford Marine Greatship Global Offshore Services 1. 3 co-located offshore conferences, 500+ attendees, over 50% senior managementSHIPBUILDERS decision makers – Meet with contract partners, operators and project owners Simon Liang Geir Johan Bakke 2. 2 tracks, 40+ speakers offering global Chairman and CEO President and CEO perspectives, new industry trends and Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group Havyard Group strategies Sarasij Majumder, Chief Operating Officer for Terje Arnesen 3. New market opportunities from SURF/ Offshore Project/Business, Pipavav Defence and CEO Construction Market, Offshore Engineering Co Ltd Bergen Group ASA 4. Learn how to access growth hotspots inFINANCE Brazil, West Africa and Australia 5. Assess opportunities in Offshore Wind Geir Sjurseth, Managing Todd Scholl, Global Director of David Palmer Farms and Arctic Region E&P Director & Global Head - Offshore Oilfield Services Research, Managing Director 6. Discover competitive strategies from 2 Support, DVB Bank SE Clarksons Capital Markets Pareto Securities CEO roundtables Ahmed Badreldin Huda Al Lawati Joachim Skorge, Regional Head of Investment Banking 7. Find out where to get financing for 2012, Senior Partner Principal the latest M & A activity in the sector and and Managing Director Abraaj Capital Abraaj Capital how it would impact your business DNB Markets 8. Learn how you can save on yourINDUSTRY EXPERTS operations through Fuel Management, Improving Operational Performance and Denis Welch Tor Einar Berg, Principal Rasmus Stute Energy Efficiency CEO Research Engineer, Department Head of Department – Offshore IHC South East Asia of Ship Technology, Norwegian Service Vessels 9. Shipbuilding spotlight by the world’s Marine Technology Research Germanischer Lloyd SE largest OSV shipbuilder, PLUS best Institute (MARINTEK) Arnstein Eknes practices from European Yards Ivar Fjermeros, Sales Maurice Thompson Segment Director, Special Ships Manager, Advanced Load Partner 10. Online Networking – Access the FULL DNV Norway Handling, Cargotec HWL Ebsworth Lawyers delegate list before and after the event!PROJECT OWNERS John Freeland Capt. Sharad Tyagi Director General Manager – Marine, Petroleum E & P Renewables Offshore Ltd, UK Reliance Industries Limited PRE CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM ONLINE NETWORKING TOOL 23 APRIL 2012 See who is attending, send and receive Ship Performance, Fuel Management and messages, and make appointments! Energy Efficiency Conference delegates, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors will Visit www.osvconference. have the opportunity to reach out to fellow participants before com/offshore-support- and after the event. vessels-video.php to POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP watch last year’s video. 26 APRIL 2012 The networking tool will operate from our website, giving Or scan the adjacent QR participants a unique log in and password, that will enable access code with your mobile OSV Chartering Contracts 10 days before and continue 5 days after the event. smartphone QR reader.Produced by: Associate Sponsor: Corporate Sponsor: Tabletop Sponsors: With The Support Of: Association Partners: Media Partners: Petromindo.Com INDONESIAN OIL, MINING AND ENERGY NEWS Rigs World International Marketing Partner: REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 /
  3. 3. “A well-organized event. I have gained an insight into the various views in the industry. I would recommend it to people next year. I have enjoyed meeting the people and hearing from them.” MARK NORTH, CHARTERING SUPERINTENDENT, MERMAID MARINE AUSTRALIADAY ONE: TUESDAY, 24 APRIL 2012 PLENARY SESSIONS – OFFSHORE E & P OUTLOOK08.30 • Meeting local content and required Alex Vicefield • Commercial and technical evolution of the capabilities CEO, Zafiro Marine, and Director service providersRegistration & Coffee • Risk management and protection against John Payne Cecon ASA piracy Lauri Bäckman Group Business Development08.45 • Upcoming tenders on offshore fields Vice President, Arctia Offshore Ltd Director, Hallin MarineWelcome & Speed Networking Todd Scholl, Global Director of 11.45 Oilfield Services Research,A chance to get to know your peers 10.15 Examining Financing Availability in Clarksons Capital Marketsfrom all tracks before the start of the Questions and Discussion the Current Environmentconference and set a relaxed and informal Followed by Morning Refreshments • Understanding banking’s appetite foratmosphere 09.30 newbuild finance Aileen Vitug, Senior Conference • What are the changing requirements of CEO ROUNDTABLE: OSV Segment 10.45 financiers? Producer, IBC Asia Analysis: Which Is Showing the Most Identifying and Exploiting • Assessing finance market concerns in the Promise? Opportunities in Offshore Wind Market offshore sector • Dissecting the supply market for PSVs and • Exploring financing options and alternatives08.55 • Market outlook for OSVs in Offshore Energy AHTS Industry Geir Sjurseth, Managing DirectorChairman’s Opening Remarks • Evaluating demand for vessels to support & Global Head - Offshore Support, • New installation vessels in the pipeline subsea works • Challenges, planning and positioning for the DVB Bank SE Denis Welch, CEO • Examining trends in long-term contractors IHC South East Asia future for DSVs, ROVs and SOVs John Freeland, Director, 12.15 • Assessing demand for construction,09.00 accommodation and seismic vessels Renewables Offshore Ltd, UK Questions and Discussion Developing Market Potential from • Demand for Ice class vessels required forGrowth Hotspots – Brazil, West Arctic Regions 11.15Africa & Australia Jesper Kragh Andresen What Does the Future Hold for the CEO, Lauritzen Offshore Pte. Ltd. Specialist Vessel Owner/ Operator?• Profiling oil and gas players in growth regions• Key project updates, challenges and Jan Fredrik Meling • Capacity expansion market developments opportunities CEO, Eidesvik • The contracting environment and trends to• How do you access these opportunities? keep an eye on Joint Networking Lunch with FPSO and ODR 2012 TRACK 1 TRACK 2 COMMERCIAL AND FINANCE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS 14.00 Ahmed Badreldin, Senior 14.00 Tor Einar Berg, Principal M & A and Opportunities in the Partner, Abraaj Capital Design and Technology Innovations Research Engineer, Department of Construction/ SURF Market Huda Al Lawati in Building OSVs Ship Technology, Norwegian Marine Technology Research • Understanding the market dynamics Principal, Abraaj Capital • New vessel design and building features Institute (MARINTEK) • Assessing the fleet, needed capacity and • Leveraging new technologies in building demand 16.00 highly sophisticated OSVs 16.00 • Analyzing the competitive landscape Force Majeure clauses and Geir Johan Bakke, President & • Key learning in operating in Europe, South OSVs for Offshore Oil & Gas and Frustration:- A Fine Line with CEO, Havyard Group America and Africa Offshore Wind Farms Divergent Consequences Alex Vicefield, CEO, Zafiro 14.30 • What are the capabilities required for OSVs in Marine, and Director, Cecon ASA Maurice Thompson, Partner Offshore Energy Industry Efficient OSV performance • Class rules, notations and requirement HWL Ebsworth Lawyers • Specific functions and Key technologies 14.30 • Drivers and trends 16.30 • Working together to achieve more Rasmus Stute, Head of Updates on Offshore Department – Offshore Service • How to measure efficient performance Accommodation Market M & A Opportunities and Vessels, Germanischer Lloyd SE Investment Trends Arnstein Eknes, Segment • The high end accommodation market Director, Special Ships, DNV segment at a glance • Update on consolidation within regions and 16.30 • Market developments and characteristics countries Sverre Alvik, Head of Section for Best Practices and Lessons • Challenges operating in Brazil • Forecasting M & A transactions and Environment and Energy Learned from European Offshore • Commoditization or customarization trend? investments Efficiency, DNV Shipbuilding Clusters Jesper Kragh Andresen, CEO, • When and how will consolidation occur in the OSV and yard sectors? 15.00 • What is the benefit from a tight collaboration Lauritzen Offshore Pte Ltd between the Ship Owner, Designer and Ship Joachim Skorge, Regional Head Questions and Discussion Yard? 15.00 of Investment Banking and Followed by Afternoon Refreshments • Hull production and outfitting – two Questions and Discussion Managing Director, DNB Markets different disciplines? • The competitive edge by splitting the Followed by Afternoon Refreshments 15.30 production between specialized hull yards 17.00 Case Study: Vessel Design for high end outfitting yards Questions and Discussion • What requirements will the future offshore- 15.30 Arctic Regions End of Day 1 activity in Northern Europe and Barents Sea Offshore Marine as an Investment • An Intervention Vessel for Barrents Sea have for the next generation offshore vessels? • Exploring the financial climate for direct • Subsea production systems, task duration Terje Arnesen investment in the offshore shipping market and weather requirements CEO, Bergen Group ASA • Achieving the right business model for OSV • Modification for improved operational operators performance in ice 17.00 • ROI, risk and other key considerations on Questions and Discussion investing/ partnerships End of Day 1 JOINT NETWORKING COCKTAIL WITH FPSO and ODR 2012 REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / /
  4. 4. “Extremely valuable first hand experiences have been shared by the speakers with the delegates.The open and friendly atmosphere was allowing good networking”RASMUS STUTE, HEAD OF DEPARTMENT OFFSHORE SERVICE VESSELS, GERMANISCHER LLOYDDAY TWO: WEDNESDAY, 25 APRIL 2012 PLENARY SESSIONS – OSV MARKET UPDATE08.45 09.30 10.30 11.00Chairman’s Opening Remarks The Global OSV Fleet and Middle East Offshore Market – SHIPOWNER PANEL: Orderbook Update At the Cross Roads Building a Market Resilient OSV Tony Munoz, Editor in Chief & Business Model Publisher, The Maritime • Emerging trends and designs • Current status quo • Outlining product and market strategies • Nature of industry and Geo Political climate • Strategies and approaches to meet Executive • Forecasting the impact of newbuilds • What lies ahead? challenges in tougher market conditions • How will the orderbook be funded? Vivek Seth, Regional Director • Meeting charterers’ growing demands09.00 • Attracting, securing and protecting finance Simon Liang, Chairman and - Middle East & India,Assessing OSV Market Scenario for CEO, Sinopacific Shipbuilding • Keeping OSV operations cost effective Lamnalco Group2012 Group • Contracting and crewing strategies • Mitigating financial and operational risks• Review of average day rates, spot markets and long-term charter contracts 10.00 Divay Goel, General Manager,• When can we expect an increase in day Siva Shipping Questions and Discussion rates? Capt. Simon Cook, General• Analysis of the competitive landscape Followed by Morning Refreshments Manager, Waha Offshore• Market prospects and predictions “DnB Nor Bank research analyst notes that the ratio of OSVs to one Anil Rao, Head Fleet Management, David Palmer, Managing installation is expected to peak this year worldwide, meaning that Great Offshore Ltd, India Director, Pareto Securities demand is likely to pick up in 2012. Interestingly, greater demand is likely to cause consolidation…” 12.00 Questions and Discussion A REGION RICH WITH OFFSHORE POTENTIAL (WWW.LLOYDSLIST.COM; AUGUST 2011) Joint Networking Lunch with FPSO and ODR 2012 TRACK 1 TRACK 2 COMMERCIAL AND FINANCE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS 14.00 15.00 14.00 15.00 Logistics at Gulf of Mexico - Questions and Discussion Developing Next Generation Questions and Discussion Challenges, Key Learnings and Followed by Afternoon Refreshments Vessels - What Charterers Want? Followed by Afternoon Opportunities • Optimizing operational efficiency Refreshments • Logistics at GOM - Environment and • Extending vessel functionality 15.30 challenges • Improved performance for tougher seas 15.30 • FPSO Project: Lessons learned Breaking Into New Boundaries – • Ensuring safety and vessel stability • Opportunities in Gulf of Mexico East Africa Dynamic Positioning Systems Sarasij Majumder, Chief on OSVs • Pre-Salt and Opportunities in Brazil • Market overview Operating Officer for Offshore Arthur Ruiz, MSC, PMP. Project • Complexities and considerations in Project/Business, Pipavav • Applications of DP on offshore operations Manager, Directing Oil & Gas operating in these territories Defence and Offshore Engineering • DP ships and other associated issues projects with Devon, Petrobras • OSV requirements, growth expectations • How can designers, shipowners and Co Ltd and future commercial opportunities operators ensure maintainability of DP and Queiroz Galvao, CEO of UWS • Overcoming key challenges and security systems? concerns 14.30 Capt. Sharad Tyagi, General 14.30 • Case Study: Preparation for Tanzania Solving the Deepwater Challenge: Manager – Marine, Petroleum E & P Showcasing Opportunities in the Vincent Weve, General Integrated Subsea Load Handling Reliance Industries Limited Asia Pacific Offshore Market Manager, Stanford Marine Solutions for Ultra Deepwater Lifts • Update on the Indonesian cabotage • Integrated solutions that optimise vessel’s 16.00 situation 16.00 operational functionality High Pressure Water Mist Fire • Field developments, timeline and support Brazil – New Build Plan vs Uptake • Maintaining near topside lifting capacity Protection Onboard OSV needed in deep and ultra deep operations without of International Tonnage • New projects emerging “dead wire” weight • High pressure water mist as a fire fighting • Current market scenario • Assuring precision with active heave agent Sugiman Layanto, President • Financing Ship Building in Brazil compensation through centralized • Current utilization of HP water mist Director, Wintermar Offshore • Potential for Far East based OSV owners operation from crane cabin onboard vessels and offshore structures • A retrofit system for existing crane and • Benefits and challenges of HP water mist 16.30 smaller vessels to perform large lifting onboard OSV operations • Marioff’s way of working Questions and Discussion Ivar Fjermeros, Sales Manager, Markku Miinala, Business Advanced Load Handling, Manager, Marine and Offshore, Cargotec Marioff Corporation Oy / Marioff Group 16.30 Questions and Discussion End of Conference REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / /
  5. 5. WHO YOU WILL MEET AT OFFSHORE SUPPORT VESSELS 2012: INDUSTRIES REGIONS n Ship Owners ..........................................................................................24% n South East Asia .................................................................................74% n Ship Yards & Ship Designers ......................................................21% n Europe.......................................................................................................10% n Finance Companies ..........................................................................11% n Rest of Asia ............................................................................................. 6% n EPC / Service Providers .................................................................10% n Middle East ............................................................................................... 4% n Equipment / Technology Providers ......................................... 9% n Oceania ....................................................................................................... 4% n Oil & Gas Companies .......................................................................... 9% n Africa / Americas .................................................................................. 2% n Government / Academia.................................................................. 5% n Ship Brokers .............................................................................................. 5% n Classification Companies................................................................ 3% n Subsea Services .................................................................................... 3%PRE CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP23 APRIL 2012, 9AM – 4PM 26 APRIL 2012, 9AM – 4PMSHIP PERFORMANCE, FUEL MANAGEMENT AND OSV CHARTERING CONTRACTSENERGY EFFICIENCY This one day workshop will take a practical look at the options for offshore ACTUAL CASE STUDIES AND BEST PRACTICES ON charter parties, and zero in on key clauses that OSV owners, charterers and REALIZING OPERATIONAL SAVINGS brokers should look at. Case Study: A Shipowner’s Experience on Using LNG as Fuel • Offshore charterparties - the options• Business case for LNG-powered ships • Why use Supplytime as opposed to other? What version? Who does it favour?• Operational experiences and benefits • Some key clauses:• Impact on cost and energy efficiency Delivery (and Cancelling), Charter Period (and Extensions), Redelivery, Substitute Vessel and Early Jan Fredrik Meling Termination at Charterers’ Convenience; Employment, Salvage,Force Majeure and Frustration; CEO, Eidesvik Condition and Maintenance of Vessel; Bunkers; Offhire, Maintenance Days, Equitable Set-Off Against Hire, and Liability for Vessel Not Working; Limitation of Liability; Non-Payment of Hire, Suspension of Performance and Withdrawal; Early Termination for Cause; “Knock for Knock”,Meeting the Environment Regulations Challenge Pollution, Wreck Removal, and Insurances; Unsafe Ports, War Risks and Ice• Emerging green technologies • Possible impact of “choice of law”• Energy efficient OSVs • Common disputes• Improving fuel efficiency• Designing OSVs for Optimal Operational performance • Offhire problem P.V. Suresh, Group Head – New Building Greatship Global Offshore Services ABOUT YOUR WORKSHOP LEADEREnergy Efficient OSV Operations Maurice Thompson• Operations and technology to improve fuel efficiency Partner, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers• In which areas can the industry improve?• What does it take? Incentives for efficient operations Maurice is a shipping and trade law expert and leads the Firm’s Maritime, Trade and Sverre Alvik Transport practice in Victoria. His practice comprises a broad spectrum of contentious Head of Section for Environment and Energy Efficiency, DNV and non-contentious matters for clients in the shipping, commodities (hard & soft), port, oil & gas and insurance industries both nationally and internationally.Quickfire Technology and Solutions Showcase Maurice has acted for vessel owners, operators and charterers, their respective10-minute presentations of latest technologies and solutions to improve ship P&I, FD&D and H&M underwriters, governments, banks, terminal operators, supplyperformance, optimize fuel and energy efficiency and maximize operational savings. If boat operators, rig and FPSO operators, cargo interests, ship builders and repairers,you would like to present your solutions on this session, contact Aileen Vitug at stevedoring companies, logistics/freight forwarding companies, port corporations oil & gas majors in local and international litigation and arbitration relating to COAs, charterparties, bills of lading, FPSO contracts, collisions, allusions, vessel arrests, oilFuel Efficient Slow Steaming: Main Engine and Propeller Options pollution prosecutions, port/wharf access disputes and ship sale/purchase/registration.• Ways to influence and optimize fuel consumption He also provides clients with non contentious commercial advice and drafting services.• Safe and eco-friendly drive systems• Propulsion systems optimizing operations Maurice is rated by Doyle’s Guide to the Australian Legal Profession 2011, the International Who’s Who if Shipping & Maritime Lawyers 2010, and the Guide to theInnovative OSV Designs Enhancing Ship Efficiency World’s Leading Shipping & Maritime Lawyers 2010 as one of the preeminent maritime• New developments in designing OSVs with efficiency in mind lawyers in Australia, and is the author of the Australian chapter for the international• Extending vessel functionality and boosting performance comparative law guide “Getting the Deal Through: - Shipping 2011/2012”.• Design enhancement that reduces fuel consumption200+ ATTENDEES AT OSV; 500+ ACROSS ALL 3 OFFSHORE EVENTS!Aban Singapore • Abraaj Capital • Advantage Maritime Inc • Akersolutions • ANZ Bank • AP Energy Business Publications • AP Management Consultant • Apache Corporation Australia • Asean Cableship • Asian Trade Press • AustralianPressure Testing Services • Bank Pembangunan Malaysia • BC Petrochemical • Becker Marine Systems • Berg Propulsion International • Bexco Nv • BP Migas • Brunei National Petroleum Co (PetroleumBRUNEI) • Bumi Armada • BureauVeritas • BW Offshore • Canyon Offshore • Cargotec Chs Asia Pacific • CB & I Lummus • Chevron • C-Mar Asia • CNOOC SES • Continental Engineering Enterprises • COSL Drilling Pan-Pacific • Cutech Solutions & Services • Damen ShipyardsGorinchem • DBS Vickers Research (Singapore) • Department of Energy Philippines • Det Norske Veritas • DnB NOR Bank • DnB NOR Markets • DOF Subsea Australia • Douglas Westwood • Dry Docks World • Dynac Sdn Bhd • Emerson ProcessManagement • Emirates Industrial Laboratory • Energy Intelligence • EOC Ltd • Excel Synergy • Ezra Holdings • Fairplay Towage • FDC Utilities • Fearnley Offshore Supply • Felco Solutions • Filinvest Development Corporation • Filinvest LandInc • FPSO Ventures • Framo Engineering Asia Pacific • Frost & Sullivan • Fugro Omnistar • GAC • Gadana Electrofied Company • Gazpromneft Marine Bunker • Germanischer Lloyd • GL Noble Denton • Global Maritime Ventures • Global PetroTech FZCO • Greatship Global Energy Services • Greatship Global Offshore Services • Greatship Subsea Solutions • GS Engineering & Construction • Hallin Marine • Hatlapa Asia Pacific • Hess Oil & Gas • Holman Fenwick Willan • HoughtonSingapore • Human Factors Solutions • Hyundai Heavy Industries • IHS Fairplay • IKM Subsea • Imabari Shipbuilding • IMarEST • Imtech Marine & Offshore • Inpex • Integral Communications • Jardine Port Agencies • Jasa Merin • Japan Bank forInternational Cooperation (JBIC) • Jeruzeth Int Eng • JOGMEC • Joexpora Nig • JTC Corporation • Jubilant Enpro • Kawasaki Heavy Industries • Kencana Petroleum Ventures • Keppel Offshore & Marine • Kim Heng Marine & Oilfield • KongsbergMaritime • Kreuz Subsea • Kuwait Oil Company • L3 Dynamic Positioning & Control System • Larsen & Toubro • Lerus Ltd • Lima Bintang Logistics • Linde Group • Lloyd’s Register • Lorentzen & Stemoco • M3 Marine • Maersk FPSO • MaerskOil Qatar • Mantrana Maritime Advisory • Marathon Petroleum Norge AS • Marine Biz TV • Marine Delivery • Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) • Marintek Norway • McDermott Asia Pacific • Mergermarket • Mermaid Marine Asia• Mermaid Maritime • Merrill Lynch • Miclyn Express Offshore • Ministry Of Transportation Indonesia • MISC Berhad • Mitsubishi Corporation • MTU Asia • Murray Metals Holdings • Nam Cheong Dockyard • National Oilwell Varco • NewcastleUniversity Marine International (NUMI Singapore) • Newfield Peninsula • NIBC Bank • Nigerian AGIP Exploration • Nippon Kaiji Kyokai Class NK • Noble Denton Malaysia • ODS Petrodata • DVB Bank • Offshore Marine Services Alliance •Offshore Support Journal • OMNI Group • Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) • P&O Maritime Offshore • Parekh Marine Agencies • Pareto Securities • Petrofac Malaysia PM304 • Petromin PNG • Petronas Maritime Services • PetrovietnamDrilling • PJZ Marine • Premier Oil • Pricewaterhousecoopers • Promasa • PT Alfa Trans Raya • PT Berlian Laju Tanker • PT Logindo Samudramakmur • PT Meratus Line • PT Trada Maritime • Ramunia Holdings • RBS Asia Securities • RelianceIndustries • Rolls Royce Marine • S Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) • Saipem Triune Engineering • Samsung Heavy Industries • Sarawak Shell • SBI Capital Markets • SBM Malaysia • SBM Offshore Contractors • Schahin Group• Seabridge Marine Services • Seagull Marine • Sealink Pacific • Seatech Solutions International • Sembawang Shipyard • Sevan Marine • Ship Equip • Shree Sagarstevedores • Siem Offshore • Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery • SiemensPte Ltd • Smit Singapore • Societe Generale • South African Bunkering & Trading • Stanford Marine • Strategic Marine • STX OSV • Swissco Offshore • Thomson Reuters • Toyota Tsusho Corporation • Tradewinds • Transocean • Tyco ThermalControls • UMW Oil & Gas Corporation • United Bunkering & Trading Asia • United Offshore Support • Uniwise Offshore • Upstream • Wartsila Ship Design • West LB • Wilhelmsen Technical Solution • Yantai CIMC Raffles Offshore • ZebecMarine Consultants & Services • Zircon Engineering... ...and many more!REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / /
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HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH2012 PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE: 23 April 24 April 2012 25 April 2012 26 April 4TH ANNUAL OFFSHORE SUPPORT VESSELS - MAIN CONFERENCE Ship Performance, Fuel Management and Energy DAY ONE – PLENARY SESSIONS DAY TWO – PLENARY SESSIONS • Offshore E&P outlook • Orderbook update • CEO Roundtable: OSV Segment Analysis • Ship Owner Panel: A market resilient OSV model Pre-Conference Symposium Post-Conference Workshop • Finance Availability in the current environment • Middle East Offshore Market - At the Crossroads OSV Chartering Contracts DON’T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT – Efficiency Networking Lunch Track 1 Track 2 Track 1 Track 2 HEAR WHAT PAST ATTENDEES HAVE Commercial & Finance Design and Technology Commercial & Finance Design and Technology • M & A Opportunities and Investment Trends • Vessel Design for Arctic Regions • Showcasing Opportunities in Asia Pacific Market • Developing Next Generation Vessels - What Charterers’ TO SAY ABOUT OUR OSV EVENT! • Offshore Marine as an • Fit for Purpose: Design and • Breaking New Boundaries – Want Investment Build Challenger for Vessels in East Africa • Solving the Deepwater • Force Majeure Clauses and Offshore Windfarming • Logistics at Gulf of Mexico Challenge Frustration • Best Practices and Lessons – Challenges, Key Learnings • Dynamic Positioning Systems Learned from European Offshore Shipbuilding Clusters and Opportunities on OSVs “Perfect size for networking - perfect cross representation with conflicting viewpoints – gave lessThe 4th Annual Offshore Support Vessels conference is once again bringing in the movers and shakers from the global offshore of a one–sided picture than mostsupport sector, showcasing market opportunities in new E&P hot spots, expansion strategies for existing regional markets and design / conferences in Asia typically do.”technology trends. CARLA LEBLANC, VICE GENERAL MANAGER, EPDHigh growth markets like Brazil, Middle East, Asia, Australia, Africa and Gulf of Mexico will also be featured this year, including opportunities inOffshore Wind, Arctic regions and construction/SURF industry, while the new track on Commercial and Finance will highlight the consolidation “It was a very nice conference.activity and investments happening in the sector. I’ll be back next year.” WULF V. ROSENHOEFT, SEN. CHARTERING MANAGER, BRING YOUR TEAM FAIRPLAY TOWAGE AND YOU CAN BENEFITEXHIBITION FLOORPLAN FROM OUR SPECIAL GROUP RATES! “A well-organized event. I have S SOLD R RESERVED S gained an insight into the various views in the industry. I would S recommend it to people next year. S I have enjoyed meeting the people S and hearing from them.” S MARK NORTH, CHARTERING SUPERINTENDENT, MERMAID MARINE AUSTRALIA S R INTERNET KIOSK “Good “Extremely valuable first hand S networking experience has been shared by the S speakers with the delegates. The R S opportunity!” open and friendly atmosphere was BOB COUTTS, VICE PRESIDENT SONARDYNE ASIA PTE LTD allowing good networking” R RASMUS STUTE, HEAD OF DEPARTMENT OFFSHORE SERVICE VESSELS, GERMANISCHER LLOYD S S INTERNET KIOSK IS AN OFFICIAL EVENT HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITHWHY SPONSOR OSV 2012? EXHIBITOR PROFILE INCLUDES: Singapore Maritime Week (SMW) is the leading• The ONLY such event in Singapore with demonstrated success over • Classification Companies maritime event in Singapore. Driven by the Maritime the last 3 years and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), SMW gathers • EPC Contractors the international maritime community in Singapore• 200+ attendees, with over 50% senior management decision makers for a week of conferences, dialogues, exhibitions and • Subsea Service providers• Co-located with FPSO and Offshore Drilling Rigs in 2012, 500+ social events in celebration of all things maritime. The participants to be in attendance • Offshore Maritime Logistics Companies range of activities and events organised by MPA, the industry, and research and educational institutions,• Showcase OSV design and technology solutions to buyers from • Maritime Technology and Equipment Providers as well as the cosmopolitan profile of participants, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Norway, India, and Middle East reflect the vibrancy and diversity of Singapore as a • Ship Design Companies• Get updated information on specific technology spend areas by OSV major international maritime centre. owners and shipyards • Inspection, Maintenance and Repair Solution Providers SMW has grown in size and significance since the• Identify new green technology solutions being sought by OSV owners • Dynamic Positioning Vendors inaugural event in 2006, and is attracting more• Present breakthroughs for deepwater and ice class capable OSVs • Seismic and Oceanography Services participants and event organisers from around the world. Participants can experience something new• Put your Dynamic Positioning solutions to key decision makers • Offshore Communications Specialists every year, as activities are added to the line- up, and as eminent speakers share their insights and participate in dialogues on topical maritime issues. This dynamism and the good range of PARTNERSHIP AND Present a keynote session, launch a product, sponsor a lunch, demonstrate that pioneering technology you have developed – the options are endless. Key decision makers from the Offshore Industry will converge in Singapore to issues discussed during SMW are major draws for maritime decision-makers, as are the many business PROFILE BUILDING outline new projects, requirements, and technology expectations. This is your chance to reach out to them. networking platforms. This is why Singapore Maritime OPPORTUNITIES AT For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at the 4th Annual Offshore Week is all about PEOPLE, IDEAS and OPPORTUNITIES for the maritime community. THE 4TH ANNUAL Support Vessels conference, please contact: For more information do visit the official website OSV! Catherine Wong: Tel: +65 6508 2469 Email: REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / /