Topsides, Platforms & Hulls Conference & Exhibition 2015

Date
2015-02-03 - 2015-02-05
Organizer
Exhibitors
109
Floor Size
0
Attendees
1500
Event contact title
Sales Manager
Event contact first name
Peter
Event contact last name
Cantu
Email
peterc@pennwell.com
Event contact telephone number
713-963-6213
Fax
713 963 6212
Description

Topsides, Platforms & Hulls Conference & Exhibition is the offshore industry’s only event dedicated to the topsides, platforms and hulls for both deep and shallow water. A comprehensive technical program presented concurrently with an exhibition, Topsides, Platforms & Hulls Conference & Exhibition covers the design, engineering, construction, transportation, installation, and modification of topside structures, platforms and hulls.

Attendee information

Attendee Profile:
++ Operating companies
++ Engineering & design firms
++ Hull & platform engineering, design, construction
++ EPC contractors
++ Shipyards
++ Transportation & Heavy Lift providers
++ Process & Control suppliers
++ Fabrication yards
++ Marine construction providers
++ Project management consultants
++ Research firms
++ Financial firms
++ Equipment suppliers
++ Equipment manufacturers

Exhibitor information


• Process Systems Technology
• Fabrication
• Inspection
• Integrity Management
• Risk Management
• Stage Gate Process
• Standardization
• Project Management
• Start-up Commissioning
• Control Systems
• Safety Systems
• Installation
• Transportation
• Design Safety
• Value Improving Practices
• Maintenance & Modification
• Regulatory
• Concept Selection
• Hull Forms
• Mooring Technology
• Condition Monitoring
• Flexibility
• Brownfield Modifications/Expansions
• Minimal platforms
• Spars & TLP’s
• Fixed Platforms
• Floatover Installation
• Hurricane Preparedness
• Decommissioning
• Topsides Hull Integration
• Interface Management
• Operating Systems
• Operation Assurance
• Reliability & Maintainability
• Rig Integration & Interface Management
• FPSOs
• Semi’s
• Conversions
• Worldwide Capacity
• Tensioners

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