Offshore Crane and Lifting

Conference - Kran og løft

  • 29.11.2022–01.12.2022
  • 3 DAYS
  • P&J Live, Aberdeen, Scotland
  • Kran og løft

The 25th International Offshore Crane and Lifting Conference

Welcome to The 25th International Offshore Crane and Lifting Conference on November 29th –  December 01st 2022

The 25th International Offshore Crane and Lifting Conference in Aberdeen. In a global perspective the most important meeting place for the offshore lifting and material handling industry. This is an excellent opportunity to exhibit and promote your products, services and technology and important network building.

 

  • 29.11.2022–01.12.2022
  • 3 DAYS
  • P&J Live, Aberdeen, Scotland
  • From NOK 7000,-
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Target audience

  • Experts and Industry leaders from the Offshore Crane Lifting Operations Community
  • Material handling Industry
  • North Sea Offshore Petroleum Regulators

Information

The conference alternates between the “oil capitals” of Norway and Scotland – Stavanger and Aberdeen – these are the most important places of business for the North Sea oil and gas industry and home for regulators, major duty holders, oil and gas contractors, service companies etc.

During the conference, the participants will have the opportunity to meet and share their experiences with North Sea offshore petroleum regulators, experts and industry leaders from the offshore crane and lifting operations community.

The conference has the goal to cover a wide range of new topics in offshore cranes and lifting technology, subsea and heavy lifting, crane standardisation and regulatory and industry safety initiatives. Participants will have ample opportunity to enter into discussions with the speakers and sufficient time to interact with companies presenting their goods and services in the exhibition area.

Why you should be attending the 25th IOCLC

You’ll get the latest up-to-date information in the offshore crane and lifting business industry, as well as answers to all of your crane and lifting questions. Additionally, globally renowned crane business leaders, end-users, consultants, petroleum regulators and vendors will all be under one roof, solely for the purposes of learning, exchanging information, networking, seeing and trying new technology and developing long lasting international business relationships in order to contribute to enhancing safety and improving business.

Why is this conference so exceedingly different?

This is the only conference with focus exclusively on the offshore crane & lifting business in the North Sea and beyond. The conference is not a series of sales orientated pitches, but a dynamic gathering of likeminded people involved in the offshore lifting industry. Our unique blend of presentations, case studies and exhibitions provide you with a unique opportunity to walk away from the summit with all the information you need to get the most out of your daily lifting operational tasks. This conference gives the lifting community the platform it truly deserves, as it provides many hours of dedicated networking time for you to talk openly with your peers, suppliers and customers, and the opportunity to conduct business face-to-face.

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Date and time

  • Day 1: 29.11.2022 09:3017:00
  • Day 2: 30.11.2022 08:3016:45
  • Day 3: 01.12.2022 08:3018:00

Program

Tuesday 29th November

MORNING SESSION CHAIRMAN: Mr. Colin Martin, Specialist Mechanical Engineer, HSE, UK

08:00 Registration / Coffee / Exhibition

09:30 Welcoming Remarks
Mr. Svein Anders Eriksson, Section Head, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), NO

09:40 Opening Address
Mr. Chris Flint, Director Energy Division, HSE, UK

 SAFETY MOMENT

09:55 HSE focus
Mr. Colin Martin, Specialist Mechanical Engineer, HSE, UK

NEW TECHNOLOGY

10:10 Autonomous cranes
Svein Harald Hetland, Aker BP, NO

10:40 Coffee Break/Exhibition

11:10 Lifting prepared for the future
Ronny Hoff, NOV, NO

11.40 Additive manufacturing – quality assurance and certification: what it means for the Lifting appliance community
Mr. Adam Saxty, Lloyd’s Register EMEA, UK

12:10 Lunch and Exhibition

AFTERNOON SESSION CHAIRMAN: Mr. John Morrison

13.10 Safer and more efficient cargo handling in the offshore environment
Mr. Phillip Strong, CEO & Technical Director, Reflex Marine LTD, UK

13.40 Use of 3D visualization from tender to offshore execution
Mr. André Ødegård Eilertsen, Project Technical Manager, DeepOcean, NO and Mr. Geir Magne Kvinnesland, Team Leader Animation, DeepOcean, NO

14.10 Heavy lifts in the offshore industry
Mr. Andreas Kopf and/or Mr Martin Mathis, Liebherr-MCCtec, DE

  • Coffee Break/Exhibition

15.00  Building confidence in new technology
Marcin Sikora, Principal Eng, DNV, NO

15:30 Ampelmann Systems – Recent Innovations
Rene Hoogendoom, Ampelmann, D

LIFTING OPERATIONS

16:00 Methodology, technology and innovations within safe lifting operations do not answer
Mr. Trond Stokke, Vice president, Axess Group AS, NO

16:30 Real time vessel, loads and crane motions monitoring for safer lifting operations & integrated 3D lift plans using offshore cranes to improve safety in critical and complex lifting operations
Mr. Leonardo Roncetti, Principal engineer, TechCon Engineering and Consulting, BR

17.00 End of Day 1

Social event – Conference Dinner at Elsick House – Bus at 18:30, dinner at 19:30

Wednesday 30th November

MORNING SESSION CHAIRMAN: Mr. Robert Oftedal, DNV, NO

 SAFETY MOMENT

09:00 PSA focus
Mr. Jan Ketil Moberg, Head of Logistics and Emergency Preparedness, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), NO

09:30 OMHEC update
Mr. Bjarte Rødne, Principal Engineer Logistics & Emergency Preparedness, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), NO

ROPES AND LIFTING EQUIPMENT

09:45 Solving wire rope problems
Mr. Roland Verreet, Wire Rope Technology, DE

11:15 Coffee Break/Exhibition

11:45 Safety in temporary lifting
Mr. Deniz Him, Conbit, NL

12:15 Safe lifting and lowering of loads under water-
Mr. Eberhard Funk or Mr. Manuel Pawlak, RUD Group, DE

12:45 Lunch and exhibition

AFTERNOON SESSION CHAIRMAN: Mr. Maro Hartmann, Lloyd’s Register EMEA, DE

 SHARING BEST PRACTICE

13:45 Offshore Crane operator presentation
Sparrows Offshore Group Ltd, speaker TBA – responsibility Colin Martin 

14:15 Advances in the estimation of the loading effect on drums and flanges of winch and reel structures, from line product/s spooled onto them under tension
Dr.-Eng. Marius Popa, DNV GL, Aberdeen, UK and Ms. Evangelia Velentza, MSc, MEng, Rolls-Royce PLC, Defence, Bristol, UK

14:45 Coffee Break/Exhibition 

15:15 Safe state of an offshore crane
Nils Martin Justad, Equinor, NO

WIND OFFSHORE

15.45 Offshore wind regulations
Hilda Kjeldstad, Head of regulatory development, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), NO 

16:15     Coffee Break/Exhibition

16.45 New crane technology for future installation & maintenance of Offshore Wind Turbines

  • Market update with facts and figures about Global Offshore Wind farm developments and the related installation & maintenance market,
  • Current lifting solutions for installation and maintenance purposes (pro’s, con’s and challenges),
  • The future: cost effective and sustainable, fit for purpose, new lifting technology developed by KenzFigee.
    Jan Willem van Bloois, Manager Business Development, KenzFigee

17:15  New electric crane for installation and maintenance of Offshore Wind turbines
 Mr. Ståle Fure, Sales Manager, Offshore Wind & Rig, Seaonics AS, NO

17.45 New innovative system for transport and lifting components for the US offshore wind sector

  • Background and motivation
  • The system
  • Simulations and design
    Jacob Michelsen, M.Sc.(Naval Architecture), Ph.D., FORCE Technology, DK and Peter Just Sørensen, Lead Engineer, ENABL A/S, DK

 18.15 End of Day 2

Thursday 01st December

MORNING SESSION CHAIRMAN: Mr. Arnold de Groot, State Supervision of Mines, NL

SAFETY MOMENT

08:30 SSM focus
Mr. Arnold de Groot, State Supervision of Mines, NL

TRAINING AND HUMAN FACTORS

09:00 Simulation, a tool for digital training and prototyping
Mr. Jørgen Drønnen, CDO, Offshore Simulator Centre AS, NO

09:30 Coffee Break/Exhibition

 LEARNING FROM ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS

10:00  New heater bundle with its protecting capsule dropped while lifting at central processing platform
Apichat Bamrungwong, PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited, TH


STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES

10.30 SDLA – new guideline: Guidance for lifting and mechanical handling operations in drilling
Mr. Bjarte Rødne, Principal Engineer Logistics & Emergency Preparedness, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), NO

11:00 Lunch and Exhibition

AFTERNOON SESSION CHAIRMAN: Mr. Svein Anders Eriksson, Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA),

 12.00 Presentation: IMCA Guidance and its role in Lifting Operations
Mr Mark Ford, Technical Director, IMCA

12.30  Code for Offshore Personnel Transfer Systems
Mr. Maro Hartmann, Lloyd’s Register EMEA, DE

13:00 Coffee Break/Exhibition

INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE

13:30 Optimizing operation and maintenance of cranes and lifting appliances through reliable
condition monitoring systems.
          Mr. Per Arild Åland M.Sc Business Development Manager, Offshore Class, DNV, NO

14:00 Stress-based thermographic technique for inspection: from laboratory testing to field deployment
Ms. Yikun Wang and Mr. Martyn Wright, Lloyd’s Register EMEA, UK

14:30 Expanding pin systems
Mr. Øyvind Karlsen, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Bondura Technology, NO

15:00 Closing/Adjourn by Mr. Svein Anders Eriksson,
Petroleum Safety Authority (PSA), NO 

End of Day 3

 

Please note that the programme is subject to change and will be updated continuously until the conference begins.

 

Conference

The Venue 

P&J Live is the North East of Scotland’s state-of-the-art conference and events venue. It is the largest event complex in the North of Scotland, boasting world-class conference and exhibition facilities for organisers and delegates across the globe, all sustainably powered by local, renewable energy sources. The event complex also comprises two on site hotels including the adjoining 4-star Hilton with 200 bedrooms and, the Aloft Hotel with 150 bedrooms.  For more information – https://www.pandjlive.com/

With unrivalled public transport connections, the venue is located right next to Aberdeen International Airport – the UK’s most connected regional airport, a few short minutes from the city’s western peripheral route, and in prime position for rail links between Aberdeen and the North of Scotland.

Bus routes are located throughout the site to facilitate convenient access for delegates and exhibitors to and from the city centre and airport. In addition, there will be nice walking and cycling routes, encouraging delegates to walk from the close-by hotels.  For more information, including full timetable and ticket information visit: Stagecoach 727 timetable/info

Hotel Accommodation
Hilton Aberdeen TECA, Booking information:
QUALITY NORWAY BOOKING LINK

Aloft Aberdeen TECA, Booking information:

There are also several hotels situated at the airport, a 5-10 minute drive to/from P&J Live.

For delegates that would like to stay in the city centre, there are more hotels offering accomodation. A cab ride from the city centre to P&J Live is approximately a 25 minute drive.
We recommend booking accommodation well in advance of the Conference to ensure you have the rooms you need.

Registration via the Book now button If you have any questions, please contact kundeservice@qualitynorway.no Registration rules Registration is binding. By registering you accept our terms of cancellation. Registration right up to the start of the course, subject to availability. Terms of cancellation Written notice of cancellation must be sent to kundeservice@qualitynorway.no Any cancellation after the booking deadline will be subject to a 30 % cancellation fee. No refund will be made for cancellation within 7 days until the start of the conference. Rights The purchasing of this event is personal and is associated with the registered party.

CONFERENCE FEES

3 days NOK 14700,- excl. VAT

2 days NOK 11900,- excl. VAT

Single day NOK 7000,- excl. VAT

Lunch, coffee and mineralwater NOK 730,- per day excl. VAT

Co-authors: NOK 3900,- excl. VAT

Optional

Get-Together buffet, incl 2x wine or beer at P&J Live Venue, Monday  November 28th NOK 650,- excl. VAT

Conference dinner at Elsick House, Tuesday November 29th NOK 1200,- excl.- VAT

Kilt hire for dinner at Elsick House NOK 1900,- excl. VAT

Sponsor

Price NOK 55000,- excl. VAT

Included:

  • Booth 2 x 3 meters (approx 6 m2) connected to power outlet, table and 2 chairs
  • Admittance for three participants, all sessions (including conference fees, coffee breaks + tapas buffet with 2x beverage)
  • Banner in the conference auditorium or at the auditorium entrance.
  • Logo on events website with direct link to your website
  • Your company’s name will be presented on Quality Norway’s website with direct link
  • Profiling with your logo in vignette which will be used at the beginning of all lectures and during breaks
  • 4 min. sales pitch/company presentation on stage, during one of the conference days
  • 5 hours  presentation time: time for the conference participants to walk through the exhibition and get information about your product by visiting your booth

Exhibitor

Price NOK 35000,- excl. VAT

Included:

  • Booth 2 x 3 meters (approx 6 m2) connected to power outlet, table and 2 chairs
  • Admittance for two participants, all sessions (only conference fee for all days)
  • Logo on events website with direct link to your website
  • Your company’s name will be presented on Quality Norway’s website with direct link
  • Profiling with your logo in vignette which will be used at the beginning of all lectures and during breaks
  • 5 hours  presentation time: time for the conference participants to walk through the exhibition and get information about your product by visiting your booth