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Ocean Energy Systems chairman Henry Jeffrey.

Ocean Energy: A Surge Coming in 2020

point where it must make best use of public funds, to deliver the right research, development and demonstration activity to build the confidence of the private investment community.A great benefit of the OES network is that it enables nations to pool talent and resources to address global ocean energy challenges that no country can tackle alone. As an organization OES is firmly focused on uniting forces to advance research, development and demonstration of conversion technologies. Our underlying mission is to make ocean power a cost-effective, reliable and low-carbon source of energy generation for

Dr.  Jyotika Virmani and Dr. Marlon Lewis at OceanObs’19. Photo: OceanObs’19

OceanObs’19: Innovation Expanding Ocean Observations

the Blue Economy: Ocean Observing Prize, which will provide an opportunity for innovators to develop marine energy technologies at a scale that is more attainable than utility-scale power. It will also offer an opportunity for technologists to partner with the ocean observing community to address energy challenges of sustained ocean observing systems.The innovation discussions continued over the course of the day. Through special sessions and breakout groups. These addressed key tools and techniques including remote sensing, environment DNA (eDNA), modeling and assimilation, platforms, sensors and software

The Modular Subsea Monitoring-Network (MSM) is a flexible solution deployable on projects of all types and scale.

Kongsberg’s New Approach to Subsea Monitoring

deployable on projects of all types and scale and is designed to offer continuous monitoring of the subsea environment and alerting of events such as oil and gas leakages from subsea installations, pipelines and risers. The first MSM systems will be delivered in 2014 “The global demand for energy challenges the offshore oil and gas industry to push the boundaries and seek resources in extreme environments. Increasing environmental awareness within the public and industry bodies and more enthusiasm within the industry itself to minimize environmental impact is driving new requirements for effective

MSM Unit: Image courtesy of Kongsberg

Kongsberg to Unveil Subsea Monitoring System at Oceanology Expo

deployable on projects of all types and scale and is designed to offer continuous monitoring of the subsea environment and alerting of events such as oil and gas leakages from subsea installations, pipelines and risers. The first MSM systems will be delivered in 2014. "The global demand for energy challenges the offshore oil and gas industry to push the boundaries and seek resources in extreme environments. Increasing environmental awareness within the public and industry bodies and more enthusiasm within the industry itself to minimise environmental impact is driving new requirements for effective

Ultra-Deepwater Pipe Order Challenge for French Firm

tubular solutions primarily serving the energy markets, as well as other industrial applications. With over 24,000 employees, integrated manufacturing facilities, advanced R&D and a presence in more than 20 countries, Vallourec offers its customers innovative global solutions to meet the energy challenges of the 21st century. www.vallourec.com

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