ACI’s 8th FPSO Vessel Conference will be taking place in London, UK on the 8th & 9th June 2016.

With the current oil price crisis taking its toll on the market, the future of the FPSO sector has seen much debate over the past year.

ACI’s 8th FPSO VESSEL CONFERENCE will bring together the global major stakeholders of the industry over two interactive days to discuss, evaluate and determine the direction of the FPSO sector for the next 12 months and beyond in the current hard industry. Discussions will form around key operational, technical and commercial areas which will provide you with a survival strategy for overall FPSO management and to look for opportunities throughout the current market.

Special focus will be involved in the outlook of what is to come in a downturned market and how to stay competitive, looking through diverse options to utilise how to stay profitable even with the current unstable Oil & Gas prices.

What New for 2016?

Market Outlook – Advancements in a Future of Reduced Oil & Gas Prices

Technology – Have we Made Things Too Complicated?

Reducing Risks in FPSO Contracts

Best Practice in Improving Vessel Performance

Risk Management Strategies in Selecting Prospected Projects

FPSO Life Extension vs Decommissioning

Maximising FPSO Efficiency by Keeping Regulatory Issues

Who Will Attend:

ACI FPSO events attract a targeted group of senior level executives and decision-makers from the Oil & Gas majors and FPSO industry. Our meetings are strictly end-user focussed.

Delegates will be drawn from FPSO Owners, Operators, E&P Oil Companies, EPCs……

FPSO Operations Managers/Fleet Directors

Risk Managers and HSEQ Managers

Technical Directors/Managers

Project Managers

Senior Engineers

President/Vice Presidents

Managing Directors/General Managers

Business Development/Commercial Managers

As Well As: Maritime Lawyers and Brokers – Chartering and E&P Departments of Oil Companies – Shipyards – Banks/Financiers

For a copy of the event agenda or to register your attendance contact Cheryl Williams on or +44 (0) 203 141 0623

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