OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

Pivot Points:  SUT-US’s Role in Shaping Offshore Energy

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Pivot Points:  SUT-US’s Role in Shaping Offshore Energy

Monday, 1 May
604
Technical / Poster Session
SUT-US was established in 2000. In the 2 plus decades the society has placed itself at the forefront of technological and scientific innovation in fields as diverse as engineering, subsea operations, site investigation, renewables, metocean, and marine archaeology. All this technical effort is also carried out while supporting student scholarships and building a strong, collaborative, and vibrant professional network. Join our technical session and learn how we turn talented students, researchers and industry professionals into leaders shaping the future of the Offshore Energy sector.
Chairperson(s)
Kim Faulk, Business Development Manager/Sr. Marine Archaeologist , Geoscience Earth & Marine Svc
Patricia Varela, Project Geologist , Geosyntec Consultants
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