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2nd Floating & Fixed Installations Workshop

This is the 2nd and final Industry Workshop for Floating & Fixed Installations Focus Area within the national strategic project: Russian - Norwegian Oil & Gas Industry Cooperation in the High North (RU-NO Barents Project), which will be held on Thursday 4 September 2014 at Ipark, Stavanger, Norway.

By attending the Industry Workshop for Floating & Fixed Installations, you will have the opportunity to participate in working groups to assess common technology challenges faced by both Russia and Norway in developing the High North. Participants will also be given the possibility to present and analyse existing technology, methods and best practice.

 

The agenda is available on the INTSOK website here.

 

Practical information:

  • Register your Workshop attendance no later than Monday 1 September 2014
  • The RU-NO Barents Project is based on industry in-kind contribution, i.e. each company covers its own costs.
  • There is no participation fee (Workshop includes lunch and coffee breaks and reception)
  • All participants are responsible for their own travel related reservations and costs, e.g. accommodation, flights, etc., obtaining necessary visas and related visa fees.

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