The world’s first and only Barge conference will provide a comprehensive market outlook of high demand vessel types across a range of industry sectors. South East Asia and key international markets will be covered in context to segment analysis, market entry strategies and new opportunities.
Be it AWBs, Jack ups, Pipelays or new growth areas of LNG and Offshore Wind, demand, day rates, design and technology will be addressed for all. Also covered will be the Dry Bulk market and what lies in store for barge operators and builders.
Hot Topics up for debate!
Barge segment outlook for the Offshore Oil & Gas Industry including Accommodation Barges, Pipelays and Jack ups
Offshore Wind project requirements and how builders & operators can cash in on this market
Meeting Local Content and Cabotage requirements in different countries
LNG Barges – what’s on offer from this new segment
New developments and opportunities in Dry Bulk Barges
Market entry strategies for builders and operators
Barge conversions and modifications – how to get bang for your buck
Design and Technology solutions based on charterer needs
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