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Global Opportunities Business Breakfast at Subsea Expo

Global Opportunities Business Breakfast at Subsea Expo

21 February 2023
Venue: Conference Suite 1, P&J Live, Aberdeen | 07:30 for 08:00

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Ahead of the opening of Subsea Expo 2023, join fellow exhibitors and industry colleagues to gain an international overview of the energy and subsea sectors.  Free to attend, the Global Opportunities Business Breakfast will include presentations from offshore market intelligence experts Axiom EMI, representatives from the Department for International Trade and Argentina’s Secretary of Energy.

Enjoy, tea, coffee and a breakfast roll while learning about:

• Offshore projects around the world which are expected to be sanctioned, set against the current capacity of the supply chain and highlighting potential pinch points,
• The growing demand for the UK supply chain to support decommissioning project globally,
• The global opportunities with the civil subsea sector and how the Maritime Capability Campaign Office can support UK capabilities to enter foreign markets,
• Energy market opportunities in Argentina and the country’s approach to the concept of energy transition.

If you and your company are interested in working around the world, this international market outlook event will provide excellent market insight and is a great way to begin your visit to Subsea Expo 2023.  

Following the Business Breakfast, the exhibition will open at 09:30am and the conference plenary commences at 10:00am.  For further information visit

Speakers and topics include:  

Offshore Activity Outlook - Can the Supply Chain Deliver?
James Hall, Director, Axiom EMI 

Exporting UK Decommissioning Supply Chain Expertise
Shozey Jafferi, Head of Energy Transition & Electrical Infrastructure, Department for International Trade

Investment and business opportunities for the energy market in Argentina
Flavia Royon, Secretary of Energy, Argentina

How DIT can support UK Subsea Capabilities expand into Foreign Markets
John Hutchinson, Head of Civil Maritime, Department for International Trade

How DIT can support UK Subsea Capabilities expand into Foreign Markets
Renna Al-Mosaiwi, Marine Engineering Manager, Department for International Trade