|Date||October 13, 2020|
|Time|| Session1: 9:00 am (Oslo time)/3:00 pm (Singapore time) | Session 2: 4:30 pm (Oslo time)/9:30 am (Houston time) |
Time: 120 min maximum
Session 1: APAC & EMEA
Session 2: Americas
Supply Chain: Time to action, go deep and or go broad
o The oilfield service market is changing, outlook towards 2025
o What does the energy transition mean for the service market
o Strategies among suppliers, going deep or going broad
Subsea: As the Covid-19 situation re-writes the script for the offshore market, what’s in the pipeline for subsea players?
o 2020: an unprecedented situation for the subsea market
o 2016 saw the lowest number of subsea trees awarded since the turn of the century. Four years after, are we back at those levels again?
o Will alliances and diversification be key to survival?
Rigs: Offshore rigs in the 2020s, will it grow? Wells: Regional Market deep dive
o When can we expect the floater and jack-up market to recover?
o Oil Majors role vs smaller E&Ps
o Is the current fleet competitive?
Well: An unprecedented situation, global drilling activity is set to reach a two-decade low in 2020
o Which markets remained resilient in the present crisis and why?
o North America Vs Rest of the world. Lessons learnt
o The energy landscape is changing fast, how do the well services players need to position themselves?
Offshore Wind: How O&G contractors find relief in offshore wind
o Outlook for offshore wind in the era of the energy transition
o How big oil move into big wind
o Will there be shortages of services in offshore wind?