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SEP 2017

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28 st / September 2017 The OEEC provides the platform to meet new prospects and strengthen relationships with other leading industry players. With 80 percent of stands already sold, this edition is gearing up nicely. OEEC will also be welcoming the following international pavilions: Iran, Italy, India, Scotland, Norway, the United Kingdom, China and the Netherlands. In addition, together with Enterprise Europe Network, Offshore Energy will offer the possibility of meeting new companies in a matchmak- ing format. For more information on the exhibition and the confer- ence program, and to register or to book your delegate seat, please visit the website at ST ties. One of the technical sessions, for example, is called "Subsea Processing and Facilities" and will take place in a breakfast format. "If subsea processing is not part of your project's concept phase, it should be," commented Offshore Energy Confer- ence Manager Femke Perlot-Hoogeveen. "This year, we continue our stocktaking of subsea processing deployment and of technological developments in cost-efficient subsea field development, focusing on processing and facilities." The 2017 Offshore Energy Conference program speak- er faculty welcomes representatives of DONG, Siemens Gamesa, Van Oord, TNO Energy and Bureau Veritas, among others. SINGLE BEAM ACQUISITION AND PROCESSING ONLY $3,995 • SonarWiz user? Add processing for only $995. • Have a SonarWiz acquisition license? Then Single Beam is included fre e ! • Don't have SonarWiz? Start with Single Beam, add Sidescan, Sub-bottom, Bathy or Mag later! SonarWiz Annual Workshop Dec. 5–7, 2017 Wilmington, NC USA www. chesapeake

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