Sep 8, 2015
JMJ will be attending this year’s SPE Offshore Conference and Exhibition to be held at the AECC, Aberdeen on Tuesday 8 to Friday 11 September 2015. Recognised by Offshore E&P Professionals as Europes’ Leading Industry Conference and Exhibition in Aberdeen.
Event Theme: How to Inspire the Next Generations
Event Date: 8-11 September 2015
Attending: Robin Wood, JMJ Partner, Andy Mais, Managing Consultant and Lawrie Parrett Senior Consultant
Location: AECC, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Conference Registration Cost: Free
The Oil and Gas Exploration and Production industry faces numerous challenges as it addresses: growing energy demand; providing supply security for the future; increasing price pressures and competition; lowering operating costs but innovating in more remote and harsher environments.
Energy companies are continuing to push the boundaries looking for pioneering approaches. The pressure is at an all-time high, and many organisations are wanting the highest caliber of people and are looking to achieve the highest of standards.
This is a huge challenge now and for our next generation. What is needed to address these challenges? How are we going to tackle this?
The theme of the 4 day conference is ‘How to Inspire the Next Generation’. We will be examining the challenges in the industry through several lenses:
If interested in learning more or to arrange a meeting with one of the team, please email Sandra Purucker. JMJ will also be hosting follow-up sessions to share what was learnt.
SPE Offshore Europe is the leading international Exploration & Production Event, offering face-to-face meetings, access to new technologies, industry trends, networking opportunities, technical presentations and valuable insights into the industry. An unrivalled platform for the industry to meet, discuss and debate the latest issues within Europe and beyond.
The chosen theme of ‘How to Inspire the Next Generation’ will be addressed in the 2015 Conference led by Michael Engell-Jensen, Executive Director of the IOGP as Keynote Chairman, and Charles Woodburn, Chief Executive Officer, Expro as Technical Chairman.
Key Topics: 'How to inspire the next generation' include:
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