Join Norwegian Energy Partners, in cooperation with Innovation Norway, on a delegation trip to South Korea to meet and discuss the development of the supply chain with the South Korean industry and authorities
NORWEP welcomes you to a combined Korea Shipyard Roadshow in connection with KorMarin October 2019, visiting the 3 major offshore shipyards' marine basic design units for drillship/semi-rig project in Seoul, and their shipyards in Geoje Island and Ulsan.
We invite you to join us for a business trip to discover opportunities in the South Korean Offshore Wind market 9-10 May 2019.
NORWEP, in cooperation with The Royal Norwegian Embassy, Norwegian Maritime Exporters and Innovation Norway (Team Norway) and Busan City welcome you to join our Korea Offshore Shipyard Seminar in Busan Friday, 12 October 2018 during Offshore Korea.
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.
NORWEP welcomes you to join our event in Korea 29 October – 02 November 2017: Combining our Korea Offshore Shipyard Roadshow with the exhibition Kormarine Busan 24 -27 October 2017 and Norway Day 27 October.
This is a great opportunity for members to meet Norwegian Energy Partners' local energy advisor in Korea to discuss business strategy and actions.
INTSOK welcomes you to a combined Korea Roadshow in May: Korea Shipyard Engineering unit Roadshow in Seoul and Offshore Shipyard Roadshow in Geoje Island/Ulsan week 21 in May 2016.
We will visit both the shipyards' engineering units in Seoul (SHI's Engineering unit, HHI's Engineering unit, DSME's Engineering unit and Samsung Engineering) and the 3 major offshore shipyards in Geoje Island and Ulsan (Samsung Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering and Hyundai Heavy Industries).
INTSOK welcomes you to join our event in Korea 25-28 October: Combining our Korea Offshore Shipyard Roadshow with the exhibition Kormarine Busan 20-23 October 2015.
INTSOK welcomes you to join our event in Seoul, Korea, May. We will visit the Engineering units of the three largest Offshore Shipyards; Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, Samsung Heavy Industries and Hyundai Heavy Industries.
Korea Offshore Shipyard Roadshow 16 – 19 November, in connection with Offshore Korea 12 – 14 November ( http://www.okkorea.org/ ).
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to discuss your Korea business strategy and actions with your local Oil & Gas Advisor.
Workshop and presentation in Stavanger on key findings of INTSOK's report on Global Procurement Process: When Asian yards are awarded construction contracts for installations to be used on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Workshop and presentation in Oslo on key findings of INTSOK's report on Global Procurement Process: When Asian yards are awarded construction contracts for installations to be used on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Korea offshore shipyard roadshow May 14th – 16th in connection with May 17th celebration
Global Procurement Processes, Phase 1: When Asian yards are awarded construction contracts for installations to be used on the Norwegian Continental Shelf
INTSOK has recently published a report to identify how, where and when INTSOK partners need to act to win contracts in a changing global oil and gas market.INTSOK and Wikborg, Rein & Co will conduct a Workshop to present and discuss the findings from this report in Bergen, March 12th – kl 12:00 – 15:00 at Grand Selskapslokaler.
A comprehensive forecast of market trends and possibilities in the Korean 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.