Welcome to the Offshore Pipelines & Risers Conference

Source: press release, 25 June 2020

The Offshore Pipelines and Risers conference (illustration: NPF)
The Offshore Pipelines and Risers conference has for three decades been the most popular meeting and knowledge-sharing venue for the Norwegian offshore pipeline and riser industry (illustration: NPF)

“Smart & Innovative Solutions”

While the market has been in recovery for a few years, the international demand for energy is increasing, the new boundary conditions of politics and expectations for more cost-effective solutions puts pressure onto the industry. At the same time, the activity forecast related to subsea pipelines and risers indicate a doubling in the activity over the next years which suggest plenty of opportunities ahead.

Innovation and cost-effective solutions are ever more important with the recent downturn fresh in mind. Hence, finding more efficient ways to design, install and operate pipeline systems is seen to be increasingly important to stay ahead of the pack.

“First come, first served”
The conference is set to be arranged as planned, but we will adapt the practical implementation in accordance with governmental advice and guidelines. In case of restrictions on the number of seats, participants are given priority according to the “first come, first served” principle. If you are unable to participate physically or it is fully booked, it will be possible to follow the conference online at a lower price.

Knowledge sharing is a valuable component to success. The Offshore Pipelines & Risers Conference intends to provide smart and innovative solutions that gives value for the delegates. The Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF) will publish the full program and will appreciate all speakers who will share their experiences and views.

Check out more about Smart & Innovative Solutions.

13-14 October 2020
Radisson Blu Royal Garden, Trondheim, Norway

Kristin Øinæs, Project Manager, Norwegian Petroleum Society (NPF)
+47 983 06 117
tonje.raknes@npf.no