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ONS 2012 a success

Last week Lloyd's Register and the subsidiaries Scandpower, ModuSpec and Lloyd's Register ODS took part in the ONS 2012.

From our stand in the exhibition center the audience could hear our experts address key issues in the oil and gas industry as:

  • Human factor issues, working in arctic conditions

  • BOP Risk Model

  • Operational integrity, the relationship between equipment, people and systems

  • Integrity engineering in the North Sea environment

  • Flow-induced vibration of heat exchangers

If you missed the presentations, please contact us and we will provide you with more information.

In the afternoons many interesting conversations took place in a relaxing atmosphere on board the mine sweeper M314 ALTA.

A big thank you to those of you who visited us, and we are looking forward to see you all next time.

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