Topsides UK 2022
Maintaining security and affordability of supply whilst embracing accelerated Energy Transition
Call for Abstracts Open – Closes 17th June
Topsides UK continues to bring together industry bodies, operators, supply chain and contractors to share knowledge, pain points, solutions, and innovations.
According to the North Sea Transition Authority, Government forecasts show that oil and gas will remain an important part of the energy mix for the foreseeable future, including under net zero.
It is estimated that Oil and Gas will still be ~50% of the global energy mix by 2050.
The oil and gas industry continues to play a hugely important part in the energy transition both globally and locally. At the same time, we are looking to maximise economic recovery and run safe, efficient, reliable and cost-effective operations. The focus remains on key areas such as; maintenance (both safety and business critical), asset integrity, reducing emissions (including methane), project / shutdown delivery, innovations in the way we operate as reservoirs decline, efficient decommissioning strategy, people skills etc, all while preserving our security of supply. This is the very real challenge that our topsides community must face together.
This year’s conference and exhibition will highlight case studies, operator papers, cost-savings, initiatives, and projects helping to take the industry through this critical and challenging phase. Energy Security has never been more important, and now the challenge is to achieve and maintain this, at the same time as moving towards Net Zero.
The call for abstracts is now open and will close on 17th June 2022.
The conference committee are inviting potential speakers from all sizes of organisations to submit a 200-word abstract to be considered for either a 20-minute presentation or a 5-minute “Techbyte” presentation.
For further details on the themes and details on how to submit an abstract, please see the call for abstracts flyer here.
Full payment of the event rate you have selected must be paid in advance of the event day or you will be asked for payment on registration. If payment is not received then you will not be granted entry to the conference.
We recognise that on occasions delegates will book onto events and subsequently find that they are unable to attend. In these situations we ask that delegates notify us of their need to cancel an event booking as soon as possible.
Our cancellation policy is as follows:
Please send cancellation details to the event organiser by email or by telephone.
Please inform the event organiser if you wish to send a replacement delegate, including their requirements (e.g. dietary, access etc). Please supply their full contact details so that any advance paperwork can be supplied directly to the replacement.
If you notify the organisers of your cancellation up to two weeks prior to the event, we will provide a full refund.
If you notify the organisers of your cancellation less than two weeks prior to the event the full cost will be payable and only delegate substitution will be allowed.
Where you have booked a place and do not attend without notifying the organisers of your cancellation the full fee will be payable.