DNV Greater China Offshore Committee

Monday, January 18, 2010

Zhou Shouwei, Vice General Manager of CNOOC (China National Offshore Oil Corporation) and Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering accepted DNV’s invitation to be the chairman of the DNV Greater China Offshore Committee.

The DNV Offshore Committee is the first of its kind to be organized by a classification society in China. “The objective of establishing this committee is to create a forum where senior executives from the Chinese offshore industry can meet to exchange information on new technology, innovation, experiences and practices related to offshore engineering,” said DNV Vice President and Regional Manager Joerg Beiler.

The DNV Greater China Offshore Committee consists of senior executives and experts from the Chinese oil majors, offshore engineering companies, shipyards, design houses and those of the world’s leading oil majors that have operations in China.

About 50 members attended the first committee meeting in Zhuhai in December and discussed topics that included the offshore market and technology development, deepwater technology development, changes needed for offshore construction and operation, offshore project risk management.

The mayor of Zhuhai Municipal Government, Zhong Shijian, also attended this DNV Greater China Offshore Committee meeting.

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