Norwegian Energy Partners is planning a China offshore shipyard roadshow in November/December 2017 most likely starting Monday, November 26 in Dalian and then moving on to Yantai and ending the visit in Shanghai Monday December 4.
On the occasion of the participation of the Norwegian Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Mr Søviknes at the Clean Energy Ministerial in Beijing, Norwegian Energy Partners organised a renewable energy luncheon in Beijing on 9th June.
Meeting the development challenges in Chinese Deepwater with more efficient, smarter and flexible solutions.
INTSOK welcomes you to join this event to visit DSIC Offshore, COSCO Dalian, Nantong & QiDong, CIMC Raffles Yantai, China Merchants Heavy Industry Co., Ltd (Jiangsu), Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co., Ltd. (ZPMC), Shanghai WaiGaoQiao.
CPOE has invited INTSOK and INTSOK partners to a Workshop to discuss technology which can be applicable to their projects.
INTSOK's Oil & Gas Advisor in China, Mr. Jian Guo, will be in Norway visiting Partners during the period 3-14 March 2014.
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Winnng Contracts when Asian shipyards are awarded construction contracts for installations to be used on the Norwegian continental shelf.
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