The OMC 2011 Conference held alongside the exhibition during this three day event, provided a high quality seminar agenda and attracted 1.203 delegates and 12 official delegations (Algeria, Angola, Australia, Azerbaijan, China, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Mali, Norway, Qatar, Turkey and Turkmenistan). It featured the presentation of 117 papers, selected from the 240 received, and these were presented during 26 Technical Sessions, with 39 Papers presented in 8 poster sessions and 6 workshops dedicated to specific themes. A particular mention goes to the special plenary session “The Macondo legacy: perception, reputation, reaction” that took place on March 25th . It was a great success with an attendance of over 300 people and included the presence of all the stakeholders. The Ministry of Economic Development, the EU DG Coal & Oil, OGP, DNV, and Assomineraria were part of the panel and among the attendees also three representatives of European Commission for Emergency in the Mediterranean. A good occasion for the industry to face the public reaction with a global response. In some additional events, OMC also provided room for a fruitful dialog and an open exchange of ideas: (1) The Italian-Norwegian Energy forum presented an exchange of views and technologies among the two associations of offshore contractors INTSOK and ROCA. The forum was attended by the ambassadors of Norway and Italy. (2) The Italian Chamber of Commerce of Perth in the presence of Kerry Sanderson, Agent for Europe of the Government of West Australia, and presented to exhibitors and contractors the business opportunities in Australia. (3) Assomineraria also held its workshop to discuss the energy policy in Italy with the contribution of deputies from Nomisma Energia and from MSE (Ministry for Economic Development). http://www.omc.it/2011/home.php?Lang=en

10-th Offshore Mediterranean Conference (OMC), Global Energy and Mediterranean Opportunities, Ravenna, March 23-25, 2011

MESINI, EZIO;
2011

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The OMC 2011 Conference held alongside the exhibition during this three day event, provided a high quality seminar agenda and attracted 1.203 delegates and 12 official delegations (Algeria, Angola, Australia, Azerbaijan, China, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Mali, Norway, Qatar, Turkey and Turkmenistan). It featured the presentation of 117 papers, selected from the 240 received, and these were presented during 26 Technical Sessions, with 39 Papers presented in 8 poster sessions and 6 workshops dedicated to specific themes. A particular mention goes to the special plenary session “The Macondo legacy: perception, reputation, reaction” that took place on March 25th . It was a great success with an attendance of over 300 people and included the presence of all the stakeholders. The Ministry of Economic Development, the EU DG Coal & Oil, OGP, DNV, and Assomineraria were part of the panel and among the attendees also three representatives of European Commission for Emergency in the Mediterranean. A good occasion for the industry to face the public reaction with a global response. In some additional events, OMC also provided room for a fruitful dialog and an open exchange of ideas: (1) The Italian-Norwegian Energy forum presented an exchange of views and technologies among the two associations of offshore contractors INTSOK and ROCA. The forum was attended by the ambassadors of Norway and Italy. (2) The Italian Chamber of Commerce of Perth in the presence of Kerry Sanderson, Agent for Europe of the Government of West Australia, and presented to exhibitors and contractors the business opportunities in Australia. (3) Assomineraria also held its workshop to discuss the energy policy in Italy with the contribution of deputies from Nomisma Energia and from MSE (Ministry for Economic Development). http://www.omc.it/2011/home.php?Lang=en
T. LOCKHART; S. BERTOLO;G. BOTTO;G. BUREAU; F. DECATALDO; E. DEVILLE; M. DI IORIO; A. HASSOUNA; J. MACLOAD; D. MADDALENA; T. MARTIN; N. MERAGHNI; D. MERINO-GARCIA; E. MESINI; J. OPPELT; F. PANVINI; R. PAVESI; A. PELLICCIA; P.A. THOMAS; C. VALENCHON; D. VARDANEGA; F. VERGA; M. VIGILANTE; S. YOUNG
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