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NSRI event to support developers to get their subsea technology off the ground


Published Sep 16, 2015
Dr Gordon Drummond
Dr Gordon Drummond

The National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) is hosting an event on 23rd September to help connect UK subsea technology developers with end-users and funding sources in a bid to get new subsea technology off the ground.

Aimed at supporting and encouraging investment in emerging technologies that will make a significant contribution to the continued prosperity of the UKCS and the country’s subsea industry, the event will bring developers and the wider industry together to help break down the barriers in commercialising new technology.

The morning session will focus on the developer community, featuring a series of presentations outlining available resources and the support organisations which can provide assistance with research and development, tax, funding and patenting.

NSRI will then invite twelve innovative companies to present a ten-minute “Dragons Den” style pitch on how their product or service will address the immediate and future needs of the oil and gas industry.

Tags: The National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI)




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