OMR 2020
International Exhibition and Conference for Shipbuilding and Equipment and Technologies
for Development of the Arctic and Continental Shelf

October 2020

St. Petersburg, Russia
ExpoForum Exhibition Center
Русская версия
The event completed


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Modern technologies for gas-oil industry: from research and elaboration to extraction and transportation

The 3rd day of the international forum and exhibition Offshore Marintec Russia and St.Petersburg International Energy Forum was rich for round tables and special sections of different subjects: new technologies for research of the continental shelf, safety on objects of the North Navy Way, development of infrastructure of the water and shelf territory.


The second day: official opening, plenary session, hot discussions

The second day of the international exhibition and conference “Offshore Marintec Russia” and the 16th St. Petersburg International Energy Forum has opened the Plenary session on the subject "Strategic objectives and priorities of development of the Arctic and continental shelf of the Russian Federation".
According to the Chairman of the Program committee of a conference, the chairman of Scientific Council of RAS on geology and development of oil and gas fields, the academician of RAS Alexey Kontorovich, at this discussion platform for more than 20 years the main questions of ideological policy in the field of oil production and power are brought up and solved.


Arctic shelf development: new challenges and opportunities

In St. Petersburg, in hall H, CEC "Expoforum" an International Conference and Exhibition on shipbuilding and the development of the continental shelf infrastructure «Offshore Marintec Russia» and the 16th St. Petersburg International Energy Forum have already started. It is the largest in the region congress and exhibition project. The leading Russian and international companies share here their experience in technological support, shipbuilding to offshore development, development of integrated marine structures.


Only 10 days is left before the event starts!

The full Conference program of Offshore Marintec Russia is now available on the website of the event. Offshore Marintec Russia International Offshore and Maritime Exhibition and Conference will be held from 4 – 7 October 2016 in ExpoForum Convention and Exhibition Center, St. Petersburg, Russia. The Conference for shipbuilding and offshore oil and gas development is the congress event accompanying OMR Exhibition. The Conference Program includes a plenary session and commercial and technical conference sessions. Leading Russian and international companies will share their knowledge on the most challenging issues for the technology and equipment support of offshore oil and gas production, shipbuilding for the shelf exploration, development of complex marine structures etc.


OMR 2016: Deadline to apply as a speaker August 1

The 2nd International Offshore аnd Maritime Exhibition & Conference Offshore Marintec Russia co-organized by Restec Exhibitions & UBM takes place in ExpoForum, St. Petersburg, 4-7 October 2016. The event offers an opportunity to have a complete grasp of modern technical means necessary at all stages of offshore energy resources development from geological prospecting and producing to transportation and storage. Gazprom is the general sponsor of the event; Gazprom neft has become an official sponsor of OMR 2016. Key participants include: Gazprom, Gazprom neft, Lukoil, United Shipbuilding Corporation, Far Eastern Center of Shipbuilding and Shiprepair, Valcom, Krylov State Research Center, Elektropribor, Concern Morinformsystem-Agat, Kurchatov Institute, and others.


Conference programme for Offshore Marintec Russia 2016 confirmed

Offshore Marintec Russia includes a rich business program devoted to development of the continental shelf infrastructure and shipbuilding. Leading Russian and international market players will share their experience in technological support, shipbuilding, shelf development, development of integrated marine structures — during various plenary sessions and round-table discussions on technical and economic issues.


Ice-Class Tanker for Russia's Pacific Fleet Laid Down in Vladivostok

The Mikhail Barskov tanker is the first of two ships to be built in Vladivostok for the Pacific Fleet and it is scheduled to be delivered in November 2017.


DNV GL’s verification and classification services for Ichthys project

DNV GL has secured a contract to provide in-service verification and classification services to a range of facilities at the Ichthys LNG project in Australia.


Potential of Russian shipbuilding industry was discussed in Navy capital of Russia

In the context of Round table “Development of the fleet for shelf oil and gas exploration” experts discussed the experience and prospects of Russian shipbuilding in conditions of new economic reality and development of high-technological production.


Potential of Russian shipbuilding industry was discussed in Navy capital of Russia

In the context of Round table “Development of the fleet for shelf oil and gas exploration” experts discussed the experience and prospects of Russian shipbuilding in conditions of new economic reality and development of high-technological production.


Schlumberger buys Cameron: $14.8 bln

Schlumberger Limited (NYSE: SLB) and Cameron (NYSE: CAM) today jointly announced a definitive merger agreement in which the companies will combine in a stock and cash transaction. The agreement was unanimously approved by the boards of directors of both companies.


Russian Arctic for Russian ships

A new law might force shipping companies to sail in the Arctic only under Russian flag.


Lukoil eyes new Arctic oil terminal

The oil company wants to build another Arctic oil terminal, similar to the one in Varandey, but might be stopped by Rosneft.


Russia’s Navy Receives Newest Russian-Built Oceanographic Research Vessel

The Russian Navy has received a brand new oceanographic research vessel, the Yantar, which is equipped with two self-propelled deep submergence vehicles; the ship was built at the Russian Baltic shipyard of the same name, Yantar, and is slated to be used for deep-sea research and rescue operations.


Russia allocates €3,6 million to floating Arctic research stations

The Russian Government has allocated more than 205 million rubles for resuming operation of floating research stations in the Arctic.


New icebreakers open way for Russia in Arctic

Russia is building an armada of new icebreakers which will substantially strengthen its presence in Arctic waters.


PM Dmitry Medvedev tasks the Cabinet with developing incentives for domestic shipbuilding

Following a workshop on the development of Russia's shipbuilding sector Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev charged the ministries and departments with the task of working out a strategy to support the country's shipbuilders, the Russian Government's official website said.


Vyborg Shipyard to build two state-of-the-art 22 MW icebreakers for Gazprom Neft Novy Port

Vyborg Shipyard (United Shipbuilding Corporation) will build two 22 MW multi-purpose diesel-electric icebreakers for Gazprom Neft Novy Port (subsidiary of Gazprom Neft, operator of Novy Port project).


Fourth state-of-the-art Atlanticmax-type LNG carrier named SCF Mitre

On 9 April 2015 a naming ceremony was held in South Korea for SCF Mitre, the fourth vessel in a series of state-of-the-art Atlanticmax-type LNG carriers built for Sovcomflot (SCF Group).


Icebreaker Murmansk for the Russian Ministry of Transport launched today at Arctech Helsinki Shipyard

The 16 MW Icebreaker for the Russian Ministry of Transport was launched at Arctech Helsinki Shipyard on March 25th, 2015. Before floating the vessel, she was given the name ceremonially by breaking of a champagne bottle on the bow of the vessel. The ship was named by the Godmother of the vessel Marina Vasilyevna Kovtun, the Governor of the Murmansk Region, who wished the best of luck for the Murmansk icebreaker.