May 20, 2016 in Moscow will be held VIII International Conference "Development of Russia and the CIS shelf - 2016".
May 20, 2016 in Moscow will be held VIII International Conference "Development of Russia and the CIS shelf - 2016".The purpose of the conference - to discuss strategy for the study and development of the continental shelf oil and gas potential in the current financial and economic situation in the country, as well as consideration of modern technologies for the development of offshore fields, examples of the implementation of specific solutions.Among the key issues of the conference in 2016 .:• The impact of the current political and economic situation in the development of the industry in Russia. How can the care of foreign companies for projects on the Russian shelf in the coming years ?;• Prospects of offshore projects in Russia in 2016-2017;• The economic feasibility of the development of the Russian shelf in conditions of low oil and gas prices;• What has changed in the development of the Russian shelf after entering the sanctions? Will the Russian service companies replace their own to suspend the activities of Western companies of the sanctions? Do they have the relevant experience, equipment and personnel ?;• Replace if the service companies from China, Korea, and other Asia-Pacific countries in the Russian market, Western companies, to suspend activities because of sanctions ?;• Development of the southern shelf, the Arctic and Far Eastern seas: experience in implementing projects, plans and projections, problems and solutions;• Arctic projects. Global trends and problems of development of the Arctic shelf. Prospects of development of Russian Arctic projects under the new conditions;• Exploration offshore Russia and CIS countries: prospects for the next 3-5 years;• Innovative technologies for the development of the Russian shelf. Technical complexity of the project implementation in difficult climatic conditions, the possibility of overcoming them. Cost-effective solutions for the transportation of oil and gas.For more information, please call 8 (495) 502-54-33, 8-905-572-59-85.