China Wind Power (CWP) is returning to Beijing 22-24th October 2019. Norwegian Energy Partners is organising meeting activities and networking functions during CWP.
You are invited to participate with a presentation at the LNG seminar in Shanghai, Friday 1 November, during Norway Asia Business Summit 31 October - 2 November 2019.
Norwegian Energy Partners and Innovation Norway are again collaborating to take you to one of the most important offshore wind events in China this year, 4th China Offshore Wind Summit in Yangjiang, Guangdong Province, China, on 29st May - 2nd June.
Using Digital to create value in projects and operations.
Jian Guo will be in Stavanger and Oslo for meetings
Norwegian Energy Partners welcomes you to this year's China Offshore Shipyard Roadshow across shipyards in the Qingdao, Yantai and Shanghai region.
You are invited to visit China’s most important wind industry event – China Wind Power 2018, while at the same time participate in the Norwegian state visit to China.
On the occasion of the State Visit to China by Their Majesties King Harald and Queen Sonja, Innovation Norway and NORWEP has the distinct honour to invite Norwegian businesses and industry to join the business delegation during the state visit.
NORWEP partners have the opportunity to meet up with one or more of our international Energy Advisors, during the ONS week most of our advisors will be present for International Markets sessions and out visiting international delegations. Thereafter, 3rd and 4th September, they will visit Bergen and Oslo for one-to-one appointments.
Norwegian Energy Partners is planning a delegation visit to the 3rd China Offshore Wind Summit in Fuzhou City, Fujian Province, China, 12-16 June.
The 4th NORWEP and China National Offshore Oil Co. Annual Offshore Technical Seminar will be held at CNOOC Shenzhen Ltd, Office building on May 23rd & May 24th. Shenzhen is CNOOC's Deep Water Engineering Center.
Norweps Offshore shipyard tour, where we combined our tour with the Marintec China conference and exhibition in Shanghai and attended network reception hosted by the Royal Norwegian Consulate General in Shanghai with several partners.
We visited Chinas top offshore shipyards and presidents, project managers, technical managers and procurement managers with each shipyard.
Beijing – Shanghai/Jiangsu 16-20 October
Beijing – Shanghai/Jiangsu 16-20 October
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.
INTSOK China Offshore Shipyards Delegation visited China Merchants Heavy Industry (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd , DSIC Offshore, COSCO Dalian, Nantong & QiDong, CIMC Raffles, Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co., Ltd. (ZPMC), Shanghai WaiGaoQiao, etc.
Participants traveled together to the different shipyards for Workshops from 25 November - 2 December 2013. The Roadshow concluded in time for the Marintec China Exhibition in Shanghai from 3 - 6 December 2013, which is the largest Marintec Exhibition in Asia.
INTSOK China Offshore Shipyard Delegation members were free to join Marintec Shanghai Exhibition afterwards. The network party for INTSOK members in China was held at 14:00-16:00, Dec. 3rd at the Norwegian Pavilion of Marintec Shanghai.
See full program here.
The Lingshui 17-2 project is 100% owned and operate by China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC). It is located 150km from Sanya, Hainan island. Water depth is 1 220 - 1 560m. The development plan is one production semi with 11 subsea wells tieback. SBM Offshore is doing detailed design for structure of semi.
From CNOOC's side, there are several challenges shown in the presentation. NORWEP partners that could help solve the challenges with relevant solutions, will have a great chance to do real business with CNOOC.
The Liuhua16-2 project is 100% owned and operate by China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC). There are three blocks, LH16-2 oil field, LH20-2 oil field and LH21-2 oil field, located is 240km southeast of Hong Kong in the South China Sea. Water depth is 380 - 430m. The development plan is a new-built FPSO + a subsea production system including 26 wells plus 9 future wells sidetrack. At present, it is in the detailed design period by COOEC.
NORWEP partners that could help solve the challenges presented here, with relevant solutions, will have a great chance to do real business with CNOOC.
The offshore market in China flattened out in 2017 after more than halving from its peak in 2014. In 2016 and 2017, several deepwater discoveries were sanctioned, and in 2018, the market grew by 30%. In recent years, the Chinese government has implemented several reforms in order to open up the industry to foreign players. The authorities have also set ambitious targets for resource base growth, especially offshore gas, which will trigger a significant increase in offshore exploration and development drilling activities going forward.
This is an excerpt from the Annual Offshore Oil & Gas market report 2020 - 2023 .
A comprehensive forecast of market trends and possibilities in the Chinese shipyards sector, covering the period 2018-2021.
The report is prepared exclusively for NORWEP partners by Rystad Energy.
This is an excerpt from the NORWEP's Annual Offshore Market Report 2018-2021. The full report can be found at:
Winnng Contracts when Asian shipyards are awarded construction contracts for installations to be used on the Norwegian continental shelf.
This report is the result of a study by INTSOK of global procurement processes, with a particular focus on the Norwegian continental shelf and identifying how, where and when INTSOK partners need to act to win contracts in a changing global oil and gas market.