The breakout session will discuss cross-over technologies from the maritime and oil & gas sectors.
The Arctic seabed hides vast resources, however development of these resources will require a more cost-effective approach to technology. The distance from shore, the environmental challenges and need to lower the cost to develop and operate these projects, underline the necessity to develop reliable remote operations of the installations and equipment.
The competence and the technology that the companies in the Norwegian GCE clusters has developed as global suppliers to the oil and gas sector, can also be transferred to other sectors like offshore wind, subsea mining, and aquaculture.
The breakout session at Arctic Frontiers Business will focus on the initiatives and projects that the clusters are working on to enable the companies to increase their competitiveness in the global oil and gas markets, in addition to transfer technology and competence to new markets.
Organizers: GCE NODE, GCE Subsea and GCE Blue Maritime
Venue: Clarion Hotel the Edge
Moderator: John G. Bernander
1300-1310 Opening by chair John G Bernander and short introduction on the Norwegian cluster program.
1310-1340 GCE Blue Maritime – Project and initiatives in the cluster, CEO Blue Maritime, Per Erik Dalen
1345-1415 GCE Subsea – Strategy, projects and initiatives in the cluster, CEO GCE Subsea, Owe Hagesæther
1420-1450 Coffee break
1450-1510 GCE NODE – Project and initiatives in the cluster, CEO GCE NODE, Anne-Grete Ellingsen
1510-1530 Transfer of competence from oil and gas sector to offshore wind, CEO MacGregor Norway, Høye Høyesen
1535-1555 GCE – Joint Initiatives blue ocean strategies
1555 Sum up by chair