About Conference

OMR Conference - is a business event includes plenary sessions and round tables on technical and economic issues devoted to development of the continental shelf infrastructure and shipbuilding.

We invite you to take part in OMR2022 – International Exhibition and Conference for Shipbuilding and Equipment and Technologies for Development of the Arctic and Continental Shelf.
Leading Russian and international companies will share their experience in technological support, shipbuilding shelf development, development of integrated marine structures.

CONFERENCE EVENTS

Plenary session:
Strategic goals and priorities of shipbuilding and equipment and technological support for the development of oil and gas resources of the Arctic and the continental shelf of the Russian Federation

CONFERENCE SESSIONS

Conference session 1: 
Oil & gas resources of the Russian Artic zone and Artic continental shelf
Session 1.1: Current status and prospects for geological survey and exploration of onshore and offshore resources of the Arctic
  • Equipment and technologies for oil and gas field exploration
  • Modern requirements to drilling works and oil and gas production in the Arctic zone

Session 1.2: Aspects of oil and gas field construction and development in the harsh conditions of the Arctic
  • Advanced methods of design and development of offshore oil and gas fields
  • Technical solutions for accelerated commissioning of offshore oil and gas fields
  • Ensuring reliability of technological processes of oil and gas offshore infrastructure on the continental shelf of the Arctic Seas
Conference session 2: 
Oil and gas fields development in the Arctic zone and its continental shelf
Session 2.1: Development of modern offshore oil and gas equipment and technology at Russian machine engineering and shipbuilding plants, and R&D centers.

Session 2.2: Underwater and under-ice technologies and equipment (including subsea pipelines and robotics) for extracting mineral resources from freezing seas
  • Subsea operations with the use of robotic systems as one of the technological priorities of activities on the Arctic shelf
  • Expediency of development of marine robotics, application of domestic technologies and ice-class equipment under import the substitution program
  • Development of mobile subsea robotic platforms
  • Robotic complexes based on autonomous submersibles for the effective performance of tasks for the development of the Arctic offshore fields.
Session 2.3: The use of smart wells and smart field technology in construction and development of oil and gas fields in the Arctic zone and on the continental shelf with the creation of a single digital chain of technological processes related to the main stages of hydrocarbon production - from drilling new wells, downhole operations to preparation, storage and offloading of oil and gas.
Conference session 3:
Ensuring sustainable development of the Northern Sea Transportation Corridor: Development of the Northern Sea Route infrastructure
  • Updating the need to develop state port infrastructure in the waters of the Northern Sea Route in accordance with the plans of oil & gas production companies
  • Navigational and hydrographic support of navigation on the Northern Sea Route
  • Unified platform of digital services for the Northern Sea Route: creation of a digital platform (interaction between Rosatom, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Rosgidromet, Ministry of Emergency Situations, Maritime Rescue Service with maritime market participants), improvement of management systems
Session 3.1: Digital transformation
Communication and navigation facilities, satellite communication systems, development of information technology, information security, digitalization
  • Digital technology for implementation of the Northern Sea Transportation Corridor project
  • Creation of unified control centers for unmanned underwater, surface and airborne vehicles to provide navigation and technical information in real time
  • Maritime VSAT as one of the conditions for safe and comfortable operation of modern shipping
  • The importance of satellite communications for increasing business activity in the Russian Arctic zone
  • How oil & gas industry uses IoT
  • IIoT-solutions in the maritime sector
  • Reliable digital and satellite solutions to improve fleet efficiency: digital assistants and artificial intelligence in ship management
  • Satellite communications as a reliable way of communication in hard-to-reach areas of the Northern Sea Route, including remote offshore drilling platforms on the continental shelf
Conference session 4:
Creation a modern fleet for development of the Arctic and the Russian continental shelf
  • Readiness of Russian and foreign shipyards to build and repair icebreaking and auxiliary service fleet
  • On the construction of the icebreaking fleet for Russian and foreign customers: nuclear, diesel-electric icebreakers and LNG-powered icebreakers
  • Development of the dredging fleet in Russia. Use of foreign experience
  • Supply of components for icebreaker fleet construction

Session 4.1: Icebreaking support for projects to develop mineral resources in the Arctic zone.

Session 4.2: Emergency and rescue support of navigation along the Northern Sea Transport Corridor.
  • Improvement of legislation of the Russian Federation for organization of emergency and rescue support in the offshore Arctic Zone of Russia
  • A comprehensive plan for the development of emergency and rescue infrastructure in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation (which provides, among other things, for the creation of integrated rescue centers, equipping them with Arctic-type aircraft, marine vessels, technical means and equipment).
  • Development of equipment and technology based on full-scale tests of prototypes, using the experience of the best international practices, regulatory documents on the design, construction and use of collective Arctic rescue vehicles.
  • Robotics complexes for search and rescue operations.

Session 4.3: Activities aimed at ensuring environmental and industrial safety in the waters of the Northern Sea Route and the continental shelf
  • Ensuring the safety of navigation
  • Underwater robots for protecting offshore drilling platforms
  • Prevention of extreme pollution of Arctic waters
  • Systematic monitoring of the environmental condition of the marginal Arctic seas and the impact of navigation on it in the Northern Sea Route: tracking the effects of climate change on ecosystems of Arctic waters and territories, monitoring the geo-ecological parameters of natural systems and their biodiversity, anthropogenic impacts.
Conference session 5: 
Arctic, Antarctic and marine medicine
Completion of the first stage of the Concept of marine medicine development in the Russian Federation until 2030:
  • Regulatory base for development of marine medicine
  • Medical service for workers at offshore facilities (platforms, ships)
  • Emergency evacuation of an injured / sick person from the ship or platform and restrictions when using an icebreaker, rescue ship, helicopter
  • Inadequate port infrastructure to accept an injured / sick person
  • Development of the map of coastal medical organizations (marine counseling centers) along the Northern Sea Route, with the indication of the distance to the shoreline
  • Determination of the procedure for medical examination, requirements for a medical certificate on the state of health of a seafarer, register of authorized organizations
  • Establishing the legality and procedure for providing medical care on board of a ship and offshore platforms
  • Determination of the procedure for supplying ships with potent drugs.
Conference session 6:
Energy supply for the development of the Arctic zone: optimization of the fuel and energy balance structure, development of energy facilities to ensure the functioning of the Northern Sea Route infrastructure
Conference session 7:
Regulatory support for the development of Arctic offshore areas: Russian and international practices, international cooperation in equipment and technology support of shelf projects in the Arctic zone
Session 7.1: Foreign offshore oil and gas development projects - lessons for Russia.
Conference session 8:
Socio-economic issues and human resources in the development of the continental shelf and the Arctic

Special Events

Young session:
PERSONNEL TRAINING. THE ROLE OF YOUNG RESEARCHES AND STUDENTS IN DEVELOPING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES FOR OFFSHORE OIL & GAS EXPLORATION OF THE RUSSIAN ARCTIC

Organizers: Gazprom VNIIGAZ, RESTEC Exhibition Company           
INTERNATIONAL CONTEST 
Contest for R&D and innovation works aimed at development of the Arctic and continental shelf (with the support the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation)

Off-site seminars

ARCTIC AND ANTARCTIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
STUDIES OF THE HYDRODYNAMICS OF MARINE TRANSPORT AND ICE QUALITIES OF SHIPS IN A PILOT ICE BASIN
KRYLOV STATE RESEARCH CENTER
TOUR TO THE EXPERIMENTAL FACILITIES: ICE PROTOTYPE BASIN, LANDSCAPE WIND TUNNEL, SIMULATOR COMPLEX, LARGE-SIZE STRUCTURE FATIGUE & STATIC TEST COMPLEX
Use this excellent opportunity to speak to the industry professionals, share your expert opinion and your company’s achievements.
The OMR 2022 Conference Program is now being developed. Meanwhile you can have a look at the list of the speakers and the presentations of the previous event - OMR 2020.

For cost of participation in OMR 2022 Conference please contact the Organiser:
Julia Boublits
Tel.: + 7 (812) 320 6363, ext. 746 +7 (965) 771 77 32
E-mail: bublits@restec.ru
CONTACTS
St. Petersburg, Russia
+7 (812) 320 6363, ext. 746
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