The Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) will host two deepwater technical sessions at Offshore Europe, providing a platform for organisations to demonstrate innovations that are pushing boundaries at new depths.
The first session, ‘New Technologies for Efficiency and Effectiveness’ takes place on Wednesday 9th September from 9.30am to 12.30pm, offering insights into innovations that help to reduce costs and improve reliability for developing and exploring oil and gas reserves.
Presentations will include French company ALSEAMAR on the use of undersea gliders for offshore pre-exploration, which is the focus of BRIDGES, a European joint industry project on which SUT is partnering. Vianney Rochet, engineer and a pilot of the Sea Explorer glider will give his views on the deepwater opportunities for this new ground-breaking technology which offers a more affordable subsea data collection platform than vessels and autonomous underwater vehicles.
Other organisations set to present include Tracerco, Nautronix, Viper Subsea, 2H Offshore Engineering and Wild Well Control.