SPE Arctic & Extreme Environments Conference & Exhibition
15 October 2013
ERM is pleased to be both presenting and exhibiting at this year's SPE Arctic & Extreme Environments Conference & Exhibition
The High North constitutes one of the most prospective oil and gas frontiers for many operators. In the two years since the previous SPE conference in Moscow, there have been many significant developments in the region, from licensing rounds in Norway and Iceland, exploration activities in the Beaufort, Barents and Kara Seas, new legislation on oil spill preparedness, guidance on environmental good practice and the first LNG shipments through the Northern Sea Route.
The conference content will focus on current onshore Arctic operations and investigate the technical challenges faced by offshore Arctic exploration and future production. Alongside the technical conference, a 3-day exhibition will provide an innovative showcase of industry leading companies demonstrating the very latest technology and Arctic operations.
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ERM at the Conference & Exhibition
ERM professionals from our Russian, Alaskan, Canadian and European offices are currently working on Arctic oil and gas projects. If you are planning to attend the conference, we would be delighted for you to visit us on Stand D18, where our representatives will be available to discuss the latest developments in the region.
The following presentations will be delivered by ERM specialists during the conference:
- The Impact of Non-technical Risks on Oil and Gas Activities in Alaska’s Arctic
Technical Session 3 - Oil and Natural Gas Potential, Tuesday 15 October, 13:30 - 15:30
- A Review of International Environmental and Social Guidelines for Oil and Gas Activities, Current Requirements and Possible Future Developments
Carys Lloyd and Jonathan Perry
Technical Session 6 - Standards and Legislation, Tuesday 15 October,16:00 - 18:00
All-Russian Exhibition Centre
Pavilion 75 GAO VVC