Call for Abstracts - Underwater Technology Conference 2013

Join the challenge of tailoring the complete subsea solution, sharing your experiences and your solutions for the future at UTC 2013. Submit an abstract for consideration by 1 December.

Published: 30 October 2012

The Underwater Technology Conference has a well known history of presenting highly competent speakers on current and important topics regarding the subsea industry. This has resulted in UTC being one of the most important international meeting grounds for subsea executives, managers, engineers and strategic and planning personnel.

The UTC programme committee invites you to submit abstracts that give examples from case studies and successes in project execution in the scope of ...

  • utilizing operational experience for new improved design
  • industrialization and new technology implementation
  • how to attract, develop and keep competence

Go to further information and submittal guidelines (new window).


 

Field operations connecting the old and the new

  • Technologies and Services
  • Field life extension (incl IOR/EOR)
  • Integrity management
  • Developments in manned and unmanned intervention
  • Subsea lifting and deployment

Subsea field of the future

  • Subsea factory building blocks and integration
  • New well architecture
  • Subsea power, distribution and controls
  • Longer step-outs, deeper waters, arctic conditions
  • New solutions for SURF
  • Standardization and industrialization

New technology

  • Technologies and services from global SME’s and R&D
  • Embrace new technology both for new developments and for prolonging lifespan for old
  • Robotic technology for subsea applications

Application of material technology

  • Nanotechnology
  • Composites
  • Learning from other industries
  • Materials and welding standards
  • Safe utilization of materials
  • Connectors and penetrators

Real time risk management

  • Integrity Sensors, integrity intelligence and integrity management
  • Barrier management
  • Subsea reliability based maintenance
  • Reduced operational cost at reduced risk
  • Intelligent decision support and visualization