Developing a Deepwater Sector in the Caribbean

Trinidad & Tobago Energy Conference 2019
Developing a Deepwater Sector in the Caribbean.

Date: Wednesday, 6th February 2019
Time: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Venue: Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain

Presenters:
Steve Shakespeare, Project Solutions Director, Subsea 7
Bill Donlon, Program Director, Conventional Project Delivery
Douglas Boyce, Business Development Consultant, INTECSEA
Bill Donlon, Program Director, Conventional Project Delivery, BHP

Cost:
Members – USD $200.00 + VAT.
Non-Members – USD $250.00 + VAT.

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Background

Deepwater opportunities in Caribbean region are in the global oil and gas industry’s spotlight, primarily because of the outstanding finds in Guyana, but other operators are also making significant investments in deepwater exploration off the east coast of Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados. In the Trinidad & Tobago deepwater, initial exploration results have been positive and the industry is optimistic about potential commercial developments.

While the Trinidad & Tobago service sector has many decades of offshore expertise, knowledge, and capacity to deliver, its experience in deepwater developments is more limited. Service companies and contractors need to gear up rapidly to be able to capitalize on the local and regional deepwater opportunities. Contractors need to understand the lifecycle of a deepwater project and different technologies and capabilities employed to execute under different and potentially extreme conditions.

This workshop is geared toward highlighting key issues in deepwater projects and what needs to happen to develop a competitive and sustainable deepwater service sector in the region.

Notes

Conference delegates must register and pay separately to attend all workshops.