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20.12.2017

Russian-Norwegian cooperation will be continued at OMR 2018

For the first time in 2018 Offshore Marintec Russia Exhibition and Conference will host a special session organized by Gazprom and Norwegian oil and gas companies - “solutions for oil and gas resources development in the arctic”. The session will be organized in partnership with NORWEP – Norwegian energy partners.

Vsevolod Cherepanov, a member of the Management Committee of Gazprom, forwarded a letter to the OMR 2018 Organizing Committee in which he acknowledged the success of the session held jointly by Gazprom and NORWEP in the framework of RAO/CIS Offshore Conference (12 – 15 September 2017, St. Petersburg, Russia) and a practicability to continue cooperation between Gazprom and Norwegian oil and gas companies.

Gazprom support the initiative of NORWEP to hold a jointly organized session in the framework of Offshore Marintec Russia Conference to be held in October 2018 in St. Petersburg.

For your information:

Offshore Marintec Russia International Offshore and Maritime Exhibition and Conference will be held from 2 – 5 October 2018 in St. Petersburg, Russia (in ExpoForum Convention and Exhibition Center). The Conference includes a plenary session and commercial and technical sessions on the most important issues of shipbuilding for offshore exploration, construction of marine facilities, engineering and technology support of shelf infrastructure etc.

For the first time in 2018 Offshore Marintec Russia will host Young Session which will represent promising projects of young scientists, professionals and students and discuss issues of personnel training.

More than 350 experts – researchers, engineers, designers, producers and suppliers of equipment and technology, representatives of business community and governmental agencies – will take part in Offshore Marintec Russia 2018 Conference.

You can find the updated information on the website: www.offshoremarintec-russia.com

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