Getting MER from the UK North Sea: The 2016 Oil & Gas Collaboration Conference, Aberdeen

Collaboration is vital to getting MER from the North Sea
Collaboration is vital to getting MER from the North Sea

The N. Sea oil and gas industry is currently in crisis.

Supply exceeds demand, resulting in oil prices falling to less than half their value of 18 months ago, leading in turn to postponement or cancellation of projects worldwide and restructuring as many staff are laid off.

Which is why – following the success of the UK Shale Energy Conference 2015 which we held in partnership with the Scottish Energy AssociationScottish Energy News is now organising another keynote energy industry conference.

Being held in Aberdeen in 1Q2016, the Oil and Gas Collaboration Conference will focus on how to get MER from the UK North Sea reserves.

Key conference themes are:

  • Company ‘culture’ and ethos
  • Inter-company collaboration
  • Collaboration with peers and regulators
  • Cross-industry bench-marking
  • Innovation and Cost-Efficiencies
  • Sharing Best Practice

In order to maximise economic recovery from the North Sea, the UK government will compel oil exploration companies to collaborate both with each other, the new OGA regulator and their supply chains to cut costs to boost maximum economic recovery (MER).

See also: MER Collaboration to become a legal requirement for N. Sea industry in new Energy Act

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