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  1. 1. Held in conjunction with: Bringing Commercial Trends and Projections to the Forefront8 – 11 APRIL 2013 | MARINA BAY SANDS, SINGAPOREInternational Experts and Thought Leaders Asia’s Premier OSV Lionel Lee Michael See Sugiman Layanto Hassan Basma Conference is Back in Group Managing Director, EMAS Group Chief Financial Officer & Executive President Director, PT Wintermar Executive Director and CEO, Bumi 2013! Vice President, Otto Offshore Marine Tbk Armada Bhd. 2 tracks; 40+ top-level, senior decision maker Marine Limited speakers 3 co-located offshore events, 500+ attendees, 40+ countries Geir Sjurseth George Horsington Capt. Garrick Stanley Simon Liang 90% new content and fresh topics Managing Director, President – Business Managing Director, Chairman and CEO, 9 industry dialogues and roundtables on the Offshore Support Development, Go Offshore Sinopacific hottest issues Group, Jaya Holdings Ltd. Shipbuilding Group DVB Group Featuring CEOs of the largest shipowners and Merchant Bank shipyards in Asia Roy Donaldson Chief Operating Officer, Arnstein Eknes Segment Director, Joyce Tee, Managing Director, Head James Fortnum Regional Marine New in 2013 Topaz Energy and Special Ships, DNV of Shipping, Aviation & Authority, Strategic discourse from the world’s largest Marine Ltd. Norway Transportation, BP Exploration and vessel owners and builders DBS Bank Ltd. Production Asia CEO Panel Discussion on OSV asset types and Pacific technologies they are investing in The Deepwater Dialogue on opportunities, challenges and requirements Co-located with: Broker’s Forum on asset values, pricing and “Event educational, highly recommended, high trends calibre offshore industry executives” Chartering Panel on Optimal Contracting Strategies Elias Nassif, CEO, Stanford Marine Group Growth and demand update from Offshore Hotspots: Brazil, Arctic, India and AustraliaProduced by: Associate Sponsors: Tabletop Associate Sponsor: Achieving high fleet utilization through technology Maritime Economic implications of switching to LNG as fuel REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / www.osvconference.com
  2. 2. “In comparison with other events in Europe and North America, there were Held in conjunction new faces and the delegates and with: speakers were more open to new ideas. The event was really focusing on the addressed topics with excellent networking opportunities” Bringing Commercial Trends and Projections to the Forefront Stefan Hadeler, Senior Project Engineer, Naval Architect, VP – Project8 – 11 APRIL 2013 | MARINA BAY SANDS, SINGAPORE Design Department, Nordic YardsAn Unrivalled Lineup of Industry LeadersSHIP OWNERS Introducing 9 new Industry Lionel Lee Michael See Sugiman Layanto Hassan Basma Dialogue Sessions Group Managing Group Chief Financial President Director, Executive Director CEO Roundtable – Achieving High Fleet Director, Officer & Executive PT Wintermar and CEO, Utilisation EMAS Vice President, Offshore Marine Tbk Bumi Armada Bhd. Otto Marine Deepwater and Distant Field Opportunities Limited Discussion – trends and new requirements Offshore Brokers Panel – Segment analysis and George Horsington James Pang Capt. K. Devadas Lee Keng Lin predictions President – Business Director – Business Senior Vice President, Director, Deepwater OSV Financiers Forum Development, Development & Offshore Services Services, Optimal Contracting and Chartering Strategies Jaya Holdings Ltd. Marketing, Pacific Department, T & OS Posh Semco Dialogue with Charterer’s on their expectations Radiance Ltd. Division, The Shipping from the OSV market Corporation of India Ltd. Technologists’ Panel on Analysing costs involved on using LNG as fuel Roy W Donaldson Craig Maddison Stephen Clark Kelvin Lee Open discussion on market development Chief Operating Chartering Manager Chartering Manager, Marketing Manager, strategies on regional offshore hotspots Officer, Topaz Asia Pacific, Mermaid Marine Stanford Marine Energy and Marine Dof Management Asia Pte Ltd Indonesia Update from SKMIGAS (formerly Ltd AS known as BPMIGAS) Reasons to Attend:SHIP BUILDERS & DESIGNERS 1 Network with the movers and shakers of the Ajith P J OSV sector in Asia and across the world Stefan Hadeler Simon Liang Tor Leif Mongstad VP – Project Design Chairman and CEO, Executive Vice Technical Director 2 Get access to field operators and charterers Department, Sinopacific President, (Projects), from the FPSO and Offshore Drilling Rigs Nordic Yards Shipbuilding Havyard Global Aries Marine Conferences Group Solutions AS 3 Learn market strategies of the most successful shipowners and shipyards and assess upcoming opportunities 4 Hear the latest updates from offshore hotspots: Brazil, Australia, India and Arctic RegionsSHIP BROKERS AND MANAGERS 5 Assess the cost and technical challenges of Capt. Mike Meade Harald Paulsen Capt. Shubpreet Alessandro Ciocchi shifting to more energy efficient options Chief Executive Officer, Løvik Singh Vice President Offshore, 6 Find out how you can get financing for M3 Marine Group General Manager & S&P – Offshore, V. Ships newbuilds and retrofits Partner, Simpson Spence & 7 Evaluate equipment and technology options Fearnley Offshore Young for improved vessel capabilities and Supply performance 8 Focus sessions on new project and contracting opportunities from all major offshore E&PSHIP FINANCIERS & INDUSTRY EXPERTS hotspots 9 Dedicated discussions on market access Geir Sjurseth David Palmer Nigel J. Anton Oskar Levander strategies, technology advantages, and Managing Chief Executive Managing Director Vice President contracting approaches Director, Offshore Officer, & Head Shipping Innovation, Engineering Support Group, Pareto Securities Finance, & Technology – Marine, 10 Participant list available via the Online DVB Group Asia Pte Ltd Standard Rolls-Royce Networking Tool before and after the Merchant Bank Chartered Bank conference PLUS! Pre Conference Symposium: 8 April 2013 Offshore Regional Hotspots Post Conference Workshop: 11 April 2013 OSV Dry Docking: Repair, Refurbishment and Retrofitting Site Visits: 11 April 2013 AM: Jaya Shipyard and Vessel Tour PM: EMAS Training Academy &About the Singapore Maritime Week (SMW) is the leading maritime event in Singapore. Driven by the Maritime and Port Authority Simulation Center of Singapore (MPA), SMW gathers the international maritime community in Singapore for a week of conferences, dialogues, exhibitions and social events in celebration of all things maritime. The range of activities and events organised by MPA, the industry, and research and educational institutions, as well as the cosmopolitan profile of participants, reflect the ONLINE vibrancy and diversity of Singapore as a major international maritime centre. NETWORKINGSMW has grown in size and significance since the inaugural event in 2006, and is attracting more participants and event organisers from around the TOOLworld. Participants can experience something new every year, as activities are added to the line-up, and as eminent speakers share their insights andparticipate in dialogues on topical maritime issues. This dynamism and the good range of issues discussed during SMW are major draws for maritime Access the participant list before and after the event,decision-makers, as are the many business networking platforms. This is why Singapore Maritime Week is all about PEOPLE, IDEAS and OPPORTUNITIES schedule meetings and maximize your attendancefor the maritime community. For more information do visit the official website www.smw.sg at the event!Media Partners: Australian Association for Maritime Affairs International Marketing Partner: REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 / www.osvconference.com
  3. 3. Held in conjunction with: Bringing Commercial Trends and Projections to the Forefront 8 – 11 APRIL 2013 | MARINA BAY SANDS, SINGAPORE AGENDA AT A GLANCE PRE CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM CONFERENCE DAY 1 CONFERENCE DAY 2 POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Offshore Regional Hotspots Plenary Sessions Track 1: Commercial & Finance Track 2: Design & Technology OSV Dry Docking – Repair, • Brazil Refurbishment and Retrofitting • Australia • Market Strategies & Future Outlook • Offshore Brokers Panel • Design & Technology drivers • Arctic • CEO Roundtable: Achieving high • OSV Financiers Forum • Shipbuilder strategies • Indonesia fleet utilisation • Spotlight on Malaysia, Indonesia • CAPEX and OPEX for new builds • Deepwater Dialogue and Myanmar • Improving fleet utilisation through • Growing your company’s long term • Contracting and Chartering technology value Strategies • OSV designs that add value • Shipyard perspectives on raising • Rig deployment in SE Asia finance • Meeting charterer needs • Charterer’s perspectives In its 4-year history, IBC’s OSV Conference has earned the Co-located with reputation of a must-attend conference for the offshore maritime industry in Asia. The theme, “Bringing Commercial Trends and 500+ offshore attendees all up Projections to the Forefront” encapsulates market opportunities, and attracts ship owners, shipbuilders, brokers Common Networking and designers who are looking for business in and outside the Joint exhibition region. The 5th Annual event will once again be part of Singapore Maritime Week 2013, the ONLY venue to meet global players, Access participants across all movers and shakers of Asia’s OSV sector. events YOU WILL MEET PRE CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM: 8 APRIL 2013 | MONDAY | 9am – 4pm BY INDUSTRY BY REGION OFFSHORE REGIONAL HOTSPOTS Ship Owners 23% Regional Outlook: Global Offshore • Minimizing opex and risks Banking, Finance & • Vessels needed in the foreseeable future Law Firms 10% South East Asia 64% Production • E & P spend and activities Capt. Garrick Stanley, Managing Director, Research • Significant hydrocarbon discoveries Go Offshore Institutes & Europe • Regional comparative analysis Equipment & Regulators 2% 12% Jason Waldie, Director, Douglas- Design Aspects and Challenges on Technology Arctic OSVs (North Sea) Providers 17% Consultants, Westwood Trade Promotion • Ice class and icebreaking performance & Media 5% Indian • Choice of propulsion systems Subcontinent The Changing Regulatory Structure inOil & Gas 2% Indonesia • Operating in hostile environmentsCompanies Classification • Update, future plans and new rulings • Future OSV opportunities in Arctic regions5% Societies 4% Americas • How regulation is implemented and Stefan Hadeler, VP – Project Design Ship Brokers 3% evolving Department, Nordic YardsShipyards & Managers Middle • Field developments and new offshore&Designers 15% North Asia 8% 11% East 8% projects Manning and Managing the Largest EPCs 4% Fuel Suppliers 4% Oceania 3% OSV Fleet in India • OSV requirements Amir Hamzah, Vice President, Operations • Contract management Support, SKMIGAS (formerly known as • Operational challenges and experiences Hear from Attendees at Past OSV Events BPMIGAS) • • Content requirements Future vessel required capabilities for Meeting the Demands of the Brazilian deepwater projects “An excellent platform for exchange of ideas Oil & Gas Sector Capt. K.Devadas, Senior Vice President, and getting updates on current trends” • Local requirements and trends Offshore Services Department, T&OS Vinod Narayanan, Deputy General Manager, • Crew, cost vs qualification Division,The Shipping Corporation of Marine, Cairn Energy India • Regulation issues India Ltd. • Challenges for foreign-flagged vessels Alessandro Ciocchi, Vice President Open Discussion: Capitalising on “A segment targeted conference with an Offshore, V. Ships Market and Regional Opportunities interesting international mix from businesses • Market development strategies Opportunities in the Australian • Identifying the right market and region to within the segment” Offshore Gas Market focus Vivek Seth, Regional Managing Director - Middle East & India, Smit Lamnalco Group • Project and field development update • Forging strategic partnerships • Adapting to changing requirements *Interested to be discussion leader? Contact “Gained more knowledge and will be going again” • Challenges and opportunities aileen.vitug@ibcasia.com.sg Whitthaya K., Engineer, Marine, Logistics And Operations Support Dept., PTT Exploration And Production Pcl POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: 11 APRIL 2013 | THURDAY | 9am – 4pm “Very good and informative” Sandeep Vaidya, Deputy General Manager, DRYDOCK MANAGEMENT Fleet Management, Great Offshore Ltd 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 failing to meet charterparty requirements. This workshop will attempt to address this and cover the key issues by offering a very practical advice and guidance on planning, preparation and execution of docking projects. The course OSV Global Series 2013 Conference Locations: will open up discussions on different approaches to docking and improving the integration of the docking process into the management of a vessel’s life cycle. 8 – 11 April, Singapore 2 – 4 October, Abu Dhabi Learning objectives of the workshop: 18 – 21 June, Ghana 2 – 4 December, Shanghai • Realise the importance of effective dry dock management For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at the 5th Annual OSV • Understand the importance of a docking specification and how to prepare one Conference, please contact: Ms. Catherine Wong • Learn how to improve the engagement of ship’s staff Tel: (65) 6508 2469 | Email: catherine.wong@ibcasia.com.sg • Learn to choose a yard/ repair facility that fits your needs and be able to evaluate yards Safety Criteria in line with laid up local & international rules • Develop an understanding for practical project management using real-world examples Partnership and Profile building opportunities at the OSV • Learn how to recognize the bottlenecks in docking projects and what to do about them Conference Series! Present a keynote session, launch a product, sponsor a lunch, demonstrate that pioneering International Course Director technology you have developed – the options are endless. Key decision makers from the Offshore Jack Brabban is a chartered engineer and an independent maritime consultant based in Singapore. He has over 30 years experience in the maritime industry and has worked for some of the most well-known Industry will converge in Singapore to outline new projects, requirements, and technology owners and operators in the industry. He spent more than 10 years at sea as an engineer, was Surveyor, expectations. This is your chance to reach out to them. Technical Superintendent, Fleet Manager and General Manager before setting up his own. REGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.osvconference.com
  4. 4. CONFERENCE DAY ONE: Tuesday, 9 April 2013 CONFERENCE DAY TWO: Wednesday, 10 April 2013 MARKET STRATEGIES 12.40 Questions and Discussion followed by TRACK 1: COMMERCIAL & FINANCE TRACK 2: DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY Joint Networking Lunch with FPSO and08.30 Registration & Coffee ODR 2013 09.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks 09.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks08.45 Welcome & Speed Networking FUTURISTIC OUTLOOK COMMERCIAL AND FINANCE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY Aileen Vitug, Senior Conference DEVELOPMENTS Producer, IBC Asia 14.00 Mastering the Challenge that Lies 09.10 World Economic Outlook and How it Ahead impacts Asia 09.10 Design Trends and Technology08.55 Chairman’s Opening Remarks • How has the industry evolved? George Horsington, President – • The debt issue – U.S., EU, and Japan and Drivers • New drivers for change impact to global growth • Design and construction trends in Business Development, Jaya Holdings • Overcoming market challenges and • Domestic demand in Asia – not consumption, present generation OSVs Ltd. embracing new opportunities but public demand & investment • Multipurpose and hybrid concepts – George Horsington, President – • The future supply chain – more compact, extending functionality & capability09.00 Strategies for Success in a Global • Design elements for compliance of Business Development, Jaya Holdings local, and regional, less global Marketplace class rules, notations and requirement • Investing in the right locations and Ltd. Joergen Oerstroem Moeller, Institute of • Modifications and refurbishment operating in high growth regions Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore trends – meeting changed • Overcoming cost challenges and meeting 14.30 Outlook from Finance Markets for the Management University & Copenhagen expectations regulatory requirements OSV Sector Business School Arnstein Eknes, Segment Director, • Making the right investment choice in • Equity offerings, M & A Transactions and Special Ships, DNV Norway vessels that fits the longer term needs of bank debt raised 09.30 OSV Market Outlook the market • Forecasting the availability of finance David Palmer, Chief Executive Officer, 09.40 Understanding the Cost • How to increase profits and maintain • Finance for newbuilds and for projects Pareto Securities Asia Pte Ltd Implications of Fuel Switch to LNG sustainability whether the market is up TECHNOLOGIST’S ROUNDTABLE • Managing financial risk in investing in • Analysing the technology involved, or down the offshore energy and maritime sector 09.50 Segment Analysis, Trends and Market who pays for it? Lionel Lee, Group Managing Director, Geir Sjurseth, Managing Director, Predictions • Is shifting to LNG a cost effective BROKERS PANEL DISCUSSION EMAS • Asset values, pricing and emerging trends solution? Who has the incentive of Offshore Support Group, DVB Group • Expected demand growth for each segment Merchant Bank saving fuel cost?09.40 Shipyard’s Perspectives: Raising • Update on the S & P market • Major benefits and advantages from Capital for an OSV Fleet • Market for large PSV/ AHTS for deeper/ distant firsthand experience of using LNG as • What’s on order? 15.20 Questions and Discussion followed by fields fuel • How can this be funded? Afternoon Refreshments Capt. Mike Meade, Chief Executive Officer, Henning Mohn, Head of Section, • Utilising the advantage to deliver high- M3 Marine Group Principal Consultant, Clean Technology spec cost-effective OSVs 16.00 Deepwater and Distant Fields Harald Paulsen Løvik, General Manager & Centre, Maritime, DNV Singapore Simon Liang, Chairman and CEO, Opportunities Partner, Fearnley Offshore Supply Oskar Levander, Vice President Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group • Analyzing the operational profile and DEEPWATER DIALOGUE Capt. Shubpreet Singh, S&P – Offshore, Innovation, Engineering & Technology Ole Zahl, Managing Director, areas of operation Simpson Spence & Young – Marine, Rolls-Royce Sinopacific Norway AS • Expectations to service capability and vessel capacity 10.20 Questions and Discussion 10.20 Questions and Discussion10.40 Questions and Discussion • New tasks, new functions, new Followed by Morning Refreshments Followed by Morning Refreshments Followed by Morning Refreshments equipment required Capt. K.Devadas, Senior Vice President, 11.00 Assessing Market Appetite for Offshore 11.00 Shipbuilder Strategies in the11.20 Achieving High Fleet Utilization Offshore Services Department, T&OS Finance from Medium to Long Term Offshore Market FINANCIER’S PANEL • What type of asset and technologies are • Structure and pricing for offshore maritime they currently investing in? Division,The Shipping Corporation of • Availability of local suppliers for CEO ROUNDTABLE India Ltd. financings equipments • Have increases in rates kept pace with • Will the events that are unfolding in Europe costs? Kelvin Lee, Marketing Manager, • Obtaining orders at right time and US accelerate shift in shipping finance • Planning and production for timely • Strategies and challenges for various Stanford Marine from the West to the East? geographical markets delivery Lee Keng Lin, Director, Deepwater • Will Asian banks stay locally focused or will Tor Leif Mongstad, Executive Vice • Foreseeable growth and emerging trends Services, Posh Semco they become global players? President, Havyard Global Solutions • Future plans for fleet expansion and acquisition Nigel J. Anton, Managing Director & Head AS Hassan Basma, Executive Director and 17.00 How are Charterers’ Needs Changing? Shipping Finance, Standard Chartered CEO, Bumi Armada Bhd. • What does an oil and gas company Bank 11.30 Estimating Cost of Build and Opex CHARTERER’S INTERFACE expect from the contractor market? Joyce Tee, Managing Director, Head of for New Vessels Sugiman Layanto, President Director, • Location-specific requirements, Shipping, Aviation & Transportation, DBS • Comparing capex and opex for PSVs, PT Wintermar Offshore Marine Tbk challenges and new opportunities MPSVs and other vessels types and Roy W Donaldson, Chief Operating Bank Ltd. • Lowering maintenance cost of floating functions Officer, Topaz Energy and Marine Ltd structures with vessel utilization Divay Goel, Head of Investments and • Harsher environments and tougher James Pang, Director-Buinesses • Lessons learnt and avoiding potential Projects, Siva Shipping operational requirements, new pitfalls equipments required and their Development & Marketing, Pacific 12.00 Rig Deployment in South East Asia and corresponding costs Radiance James Fortnum, Regional Marine Implications for OSV Sector • How to prepare existing tonnage to Authority, BP Exploration and • Global and Asian rig outlook be used in versatile way with minimal12.00 Growing a Company’s Long Term Value Production Asia Pacific • Project timelines and requirements cost • Meeting stakeholders demands *Interested to be a discussion leader? Contact • Long term benefits and likely returns • Challenges and opportunities for shipyards • Expanding market share and reach aileen.vitug@ibcasia.com.sg and shipowners • Financing strategies during credit crunch 12.00 Questions and Discussion Followed • Going beyond borders and targeting new Trichy Krishnan, Vice Dean – Research & frontiers 18.00 Questions and Discussion PhD, NUS, Singapore by Networking Lunch Michael See, Group Chief Financial Joint Networking Cocktail with 12.30 Questions and Discussion Followed by 14.00 Achieving High Fleet Utilization Officer & Executive Vice President, FPSO and ODR2013 Networking Lunch through Technology Otto Marine Limited End of Day 1 • How designs can be catered to current 14.00 Update on Cabotage in Indonesia as well as anticipated future needs? • Assessing how best an OSV company can use • Technology and price advantage of INDONESIA DIALOGUE Our Special Thanks to the OSV2013 Advisory Board these rules to its advantage having highly sophisticated vessels Robin Kirkpatrick, Chief Executive Officer, EMAS Marine Erick Limin, Managing Director, • Having vessels to meet the needs of PT Limin Marine and Offshore nearby regions and tougher operating Venkatraman Sheshashayee, Chief Executive Officer / Executive Director, Jaya Group of conditions Amir Hamzah, Vice President, Operations Roy W Donaldson, Chief Operating Companies Support, SKMIGAS (formerly known as Officer, Topaz Energy and Marine Capt. Mike Meade, Chief Executive Officer, M3 Marine Group BPMIGAS) Ltd Arnstein Eknes, Segment Director, Special Ships, DNV Norway James Fortnum, Regional Marine Authority, BP Exploration and Production Asia Pacific 14.30 OSV for Asia’s Deepwater Kelvin Lee, Marketing Manager, Stanford 14.30 Minimal Operating Downtime for Denis Welch, CEO, IHC Asia Pacific= Marine Vessels • How it can be achieved? 15.00 Accessing Opportunities in Myanmar • Ensuring minimal operating James Finch, Partner, DFDL downtime for field operations SITE VISITS: 11 April 2013 15.30 Questions and Discussion Followed by Afternoon Refreshments • Reliability through DP systems 15.00 Optimized Newbuild Design that Limited to 20 participants only provides Greater Value to a Field 16.00 Optimal Contracting and Chartering Operator MORNING: Strategies • Drivers for Design Optimization PANEL DISCUSSION • Understanding the growing complexities in • Design Optimizations trends for OSVs JAYA SHIPYARD AND offshore operations • How to achieve optimal supply operations VESSEL TOUR • • Assessing the needs of the charter market Creating the right mix of spot and long term Join us as we take you through Jaya charters 15.30 Questions and Discussion Followed Holdings’ Tuas Facility and inside an OSV, • Criteria and considerations for long term by Afternoon Refreshments to be followed by lunch onsite. contracts John Payne, Group Business Development 16.00 Adding Functional Elements for (9.30 – 1.00pm) Basic Supply Vessels to Conversion Director, Hallin Marine Craig Maddison, Chartering Manager Asia with MPSV Features • Design compliance checks AFTERNOON: Pacific, Dof Management AS • Deck space allocation • Machinery allocation EMAS TRAINING ACADEMY & 16.30 Malaysian Market Entry – A Singaporean Owners Perspective • Plan approval and execution of modifications SIMULATION CENTER • Projected Malaysian Market Growth and Ajith PJ, Technical Director (Projects), Development SEE FOR YOURSELF THE EMAS ACADEMY • Working with PETRONAS License Holders and Aries Marine EMAS Academy, a S$10 million maritime training institute Agents dedicated to advancing safety, operational standards and • Minimizing Risk and Exposure 16.30 New Technical Opportunities • Dual fuel technology equipping offshore personnel with the specialised skills Stephen Clark , Chartering Manager, • Propulsion machinery required to execute intricate offshore operations. Mermaid Marine Asia Pte Ltd • Ship power management systems (1.30pm – 5.00pm) 17.00 End of ConferenceREGISTER TODAY! +65 6508 2401 register@ibcasia.com.sg www.osvconference.com
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