Past Events

Subsea Simulation and Modelling Community

23 June 2017
Venue: Subsea UK Office, 30 Abercrombie Court, Westhill, AB32 6FE

Subsea Simulation and Modelling Community, is an event where NSRI brings together a collaborative group of users of Subsea simulation and modelling software where the group can discuss aspects of common interest.

Meeting to test the appetite of a subsea user group specifically relating to FEA, CFD and multi‑physics simulation. We intend to investigate the make-up, the form and function that the users’ group might take. Subsea users may work in the following industrial sectors; Oil and Gas, Offshore Wind, Wave and Tidal energy generation; Defence, Subsea mining, and Marine science.

View NSRI Simulation And Modelling Initial Presentation

Subsea Springboard

18 April 2017
Venue: Subsea UK Office, 30 Abercrombie Court, Westhill, AB32 6FE

Subsea Springboard is an event where selected vendors/suppliers pitch their products in a 7 mins presentation, making the audience panel aware of technology, processes and procedures which have the potential to improve business outcomes. 

Subsea Springboard from Subsea UK on Vimeo.

"I thought Springboard was a great event and one that added value for me personally and for the business I represent. I have had several follow-up enquiries that came directly from the networking opportunity and we are actively progressing these with the ultimate aim of deploying new technologies to drive down cost and improve production efficiency.  I am looking forward to future events and expect them to be of similar quality.”
Cameron Mitchell, Technical Disciplines and Assurance Manager
Shell UK

"As a speaker, I was allocated 7 minutes to present the Subsea Power Hub that EC-OG is developing. The swift nature of the presentations allowed for key messages from a number of speakers to come across clearly and quickly.

The invite-only event was a unique opportunity to come face-to-face with key decision makers from operators who understood the value of the technologies that were presented to them. It was also an opportunity to network with other innovative people who were producing further useful technologies which provided the opportunity to explore potential collaboration opportunities
Richard Knox, Managing Director

"A great concept, and the fixed seven-minute slots for the presenters worked well to keep the programme flowing. I really enjoyed the event with some good business concepts proposed, and look forward to future events with different themes and subject matter being presented."
Steve Duthie, Industry Liaison Director
Technip UK