The entire FPSO value chain is now critically aware of how conventional modes of cooperation and project delivery must change in light of the market climate. With this understanding comes an unprecedented opportunity to improve the processes and standards of the FPSO industry for long-term sustainability and growth.

The FPSO Europe Congress 2018 builds on these themes, lending a particular focus to FPSO Value Preservation and Operational Excellence, taking an in-depth look at case studies and technologies that have helped enhance the value and productivity of existing FPSOs, analyze strategies to successful FPSO redeployment, and continue strategic discussions surrounding greater trust and collaboration across the value chain.

We hope you’ll lend your voice alongside Europe’s leading oil companies, FPSO contractors, financiers and solutions providers during this watershed moment for the FPSO industry.

Why Attend the FPSO Europe Congress?


Keep your finger on the pulse of how regulators, oil companies and FPSO contractors are evolving their field development initiatives and FPSO activity in the current market climate


Discover strategies and technologies to value preservation and reducing CAPEX and OPEX in both front-end planning and operational phases to keep project economics robust and sustainable


Learn best practices in operational excellence from leading FPSO projects and case studies from the North Sea and West of Shetland, and understand how to extend FPSO life cycle and integrity on operational assets


Engage in solution-oriented working groups and discussions with the FPSO value chain to brainstorm with your peers and walk away with actionable strategies to propelling FPSO projects forward and optimising existing assets


Form relationships with Europe-based oil companies and FPSO contractors as they re-evaluate their supply chain and look to form sustainable partnerships with contractors and suppliers


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Highlights from FPSO Europe Congress 2016


The FPSO Europe Congress opened with a keynote address from Congress Chairman Duncan Peace of Crondall Energy. Duncan recapped the state of the market, and touched on the need for process intensification, embracing new technology, automation, delivering efficiency and reducing lifecycle costs for FPSO projects.


Mark Mclean from Rystad Energy then provided an optimistic view about the oil price forecast, where he forecasted a $65-75 range to ensure sustainability in the market. In addition to that, Mark provided a compelling case to why deepwater developments would pick up by end of 2017.


This was followed by the FPSO Industry Power Panel Discussion, where leading CXOs and figures from Teekay Offshore, MODEC, SBM Offshore, BP, Premier Oil and Dresser-Rand, A Siemens Business debated on the direction of the oil and gas and FPSO market and more importantly, the key strategies to ensure value preservation, cost reduction and increased operational efficiency.


The afternoon sessions featured the interactive working groups, a platform which allowed interactive dialogue and discussion among all the delegates. The working groups in our technical stream focused on digitization and operational excellence for FPSO projects while the commercial stream topics looked at risk and compliance issues.


We signed off Day 1 in style, with our Annual Congress Cocktail Reception hosted by Teekay Offshore, as delegates and speakers kicked back, networked and enjoyed themselves over drinks and canapés.


Day 2 kicked off with an unprecedented joint presentation between BP and Teekay Offshore as Stuart Shaw, Deepwater Area Operations Manager, BP and Stig Morton, Vice President Operations, Teekay Offshore provided an insightful case study on the Foinaven FPSO.


This was followed by our interactive working groups in the plenary hall, which allowed delegates to deep dive into 4 key strategic, commercial and operational themes. Each working group was led by an oil company/FPSO contractor executive and co-facilitated by a solution and service provider.


The Congress ended with the closing keynote from Michael Wyllie, Group Technology Director, SBM Offshore as he touched on standardization as a quantifiable path to cost savings in the current market climate.




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