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Dec 07, 2011





International
Maritime Offshore Logistics

(IMOL 2011)

Focus on Offshore
S
upport Market and
F
uture
D
evelopment

Intercontinental


The Lalit, Sahar airport
r
oad, Mumbai

07
th

/
08
th

Dec

‘1
1

1
st

Day

Tentative
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME:::

09
:
3
0


10
:
1
0

4
0 min


Regi
stration
, Tea a
nd Coffee

I
NAUGURAL SESSION

10
:
00



10
:
05

5

min

Welcome address


Mr.D.T.Joseph,
IAS,
Chairman, Conference
committee and former Secretary Ministry of Shipping

10
:
05



10:25

20

min

Key note address


Mr.R.C.Bhavnani, Vishwa Lab, Singapore


10
:
25



10:35

10 min

Address by
Mr.
S C Tripathi,

IAS,

Former
Secretary,
Petroleum

& Natural Gas

10
:
35



10:45

10

min

Chief Guest
Address


Ms.Shobha L. Chary, IRS, Chief
Commissioner of Customs, Zone I

T
ea Session (
10:45

-

1
1
:
00

-

1
5

Min)


FIRST SESS
ION

(11:00
-

12:30)


E & P Industry
-

Macro Perspective

Strong global demand for energy is fuelling continued growth in exploration and production spending, even in the
deepwater, resulting in ever increasing requirement for logistics support in the offsh
ore sector. This session will
examine the potential in the offshore support market.

11:00


11:
05

05

min

Session Chairman


Mr.
S C Tripathi,
IAS,
Former
Secretary,
Petroleum

& Natural Gas

11
:
05

-

11
:
25

20

min

Challenges and Prospects of Offshore EPC Cont
actors of India



Mr.
S. Majumder, COO, Offshore, Pipavav Defence and offshore
engineering co. Ltd.

11
:
25

-

11
:
45

20 min

Shipyard capabilities to meet the growing demand for
offshore



Mr. S. Sarkar, President
,

Bharati Shipyard

Ltd,

11:
45

-

1
2
:
05

20 min

Future outlook and expansion plans


Mr.

A.

K.

Jain, Executive
Director, Chief Offshore Logistics, ONGC

12:
05

-

12:
20

1
5 min

Q & A session

Lunch (12:
2
0

-

1
3
:
40



70 Min
)


SECOND SESSION

(13:40
-

15:00)


National Issues


Strategic and Regulatory

Ind
ia has a geographical advantage for E & P activities. Both the West as well as the East Coast offers untapped
and sustained Oil and Gas resources. Regulatory and policy evaluation presupposes knowledge of the cause and
effect
. The session will talk about v
arious legal and regulatory issues to be dealt with while entering or working in
the Indian market.


13:40


13:50

10

min

Session Chairman


Dr.S.B.Agnihotri, DG Shipping

13
:
50



1
4
:
2
0

3
0

min

Regulatory issues

for Offshore services


Suresh Kumar, Chief S
hip
surveyor
-
cum
-
Jt. DG (Tech)
,

DG Shippin
g

1
4
:
2
0



14:
45

25

min

Role of Coast Guard


Dr.P.Paleri, Former DG Coast Guard

14
:
45

-

1
5
:
00

15 min


Q & A

Tea Session

(
1
5
:
00

-

1
5
:
25
-

25

Min)

THIRD SESSION

(15:25
-

16:45)


Offshore support sector


Present

market and scope in
future

The offshore support sector offers immense scope for variety of vessels. Lack of high
-
quality yards in this region
makes India to take advantage of this situation.
Traditional shipyards are full and the industry is turning to ne
wer
and low cost destinations such as India, Vietnam and Turkey.

Listen to eminent speakers to get an insight on the
Indian yard capabilities as well as the chartering market.

15:25


15:35

10

min

Session Chairman


Mr.A.K.Gupta, Director (Technical and
O
ffshore services), SCI

15
:
35

-

1
6
:
00

2
5

min

International opportunities for offshore marine sector
-



2

Dec 07, 2011





Capt
.
Chris
Rodri
cks,
MD, SEAM
E
C

Limited

1
6
:
00

-

16
:
2
5

2
5

min

Logistics Challenges in Offshore Projects


Avinash Mishra

&
Vishal
Desai,

M
anager, Supply
Chain


Logistics
)

Larsen & Toubro Limited,

Oil & Gas and Special Projects
.

16:
2
5
-

16:
35

10 min

Q & A

1900


2300 Hrs
-

Musical Programme and
Award function followed by Cocktail
/
Dinner


International Maritime Offshore Logistics

(IMOL 2011)

Focus on
Offshore
S
upport Market and
F
uture
D
evelopment

Intercontinental


The Lalit, Sahar airport
r
oad, Mumbai


2
nd

Day

09:
3
0


09
:
45

1
5

min


Tea and Coffee

3
0 min


Registration
, Tea a
nd Coffee


FOURTH

SESSION
(09
:
45


11
:
1
0)


Technological innovation in the
O
SV’s

The maritime sector is dynamic and demanding. Innovatio
n is
the
key
for sustainable

and

efficient marine operations
.

Th
is

session will

discuss the role

innovation has
to play
in the growth & development of the
offshore
vessel industry.

09
:
45



09
:
55

1
0

min

Session Chairman


Capt.Subhedar, Director MR / DP, Ocean
Sparkle Ltd. Group of Companies

09
:
55



10:
1
5

20

min

Dive Support Vessels
-

Mr.P.V.Krishna,
General Manager, IMR
group,
Great offshore Ltd.
, Mumbai

10
:
1
5

-

1
0
:
35

20

min

LNG Fuel Technology
for the OSV


Implementation & approach


Mr.
M.V.
Ramamurthy,

President (Shipping),

R
IL

1
0
:
35

-

1
0
:
55

20

min

Developments & advancements in the dynamic positioning technology




Mr.Ove Henning Holm
-
Area Sales Manager, DP & Automation, Norway



1
0
:
55



1
1
:
0
5

1
0

min

Q & A

11
:
05



11
:
3
0

25

min


Tea and Coffee

FIFTH

SESSION
(11:3
0



13:1
0
)


Finance, Insurance and Legal

No industry remained unaffected by the 2008 financial tsunami. The shipping sector, notorious for its cyclical nature,
was left high and dry.

Though the clouds are slowly fading giving way to some sunshine, the industry is still looking out
to tap whatever sources for funding. This session will try to explore the various finance options available for shipowners
amidst the tight liquidity.


11:
30


11:40

10

min

Session Chairman


Sr.

Adv. S.

Venkiteshwaran, Pandi
C
orrespondents

11:40


1
2
:
00

20

min

Financing

Ship owners perspective


Mr.
B.K.M
a
ndal, Director,
Finance
, SCI

1
2
:
00



12:
2
0

20

min

Financing Offshore projects


Banks perspective


Ms.
S.Atmanathan,
GM, SBI

12:
2
0


12:
4
0

20

min

Insurance for the Offshore sector



Mr.
Tony Fernandez,

Consulting
Average adjuster & Risk Management consultant.

12:
4
0


13:0
0

20

min

Legal


Sr.

Adv. S.

Venkiteshwaran, Pandi
C
orrespondents

1
3
:
0
0



1
3
:
1
0

10

m
in

Q & A

Lunch (1
3
:
1
0

-

1
4
:
15



65

Min)

SIXTH SESSION

(1
4
:
1
5
-

1
4
:
45
)



Risk Management & Safety issues

Although, the level of automation on the offshore vessels is high, automated systems are essential for safety, reliability
and efficient performance.
This session deals with understanding risk assessment, safety aspects and the
implementation for the protection of life, environment and assets
.

1
4
:
15



1
4
:
30

15

min

Session Chairman


Capt.M.M.Saggi
,
Nautical Advisor, D.G.Shipping

1
4
:
30

-

1
4
:
5
0

20

min

U
nderstanding the Safety issues



Capt. D. Sidhva,
Advisor,
Great
Offshore Ltd

14
:
5
0

-

1
5
:
1
0

20

min

Offshore Safety


Marine Issues


Capt.P.K.Panda, DGM (Marine

3

Dec 07, 2011





Safety), ONGC

1
5
:
1
0

-

1
4
:
30

20

min

Emergency Towing Vessel


Capt. Deepak Kapoor, Nautical Su
rveyor,
DG Shipping

1
4
:
30

-

1
4
:
45

15

min

Q & A

Tea Session

(1
4
:
4
5
-

1
5
:
1
0



20 Min
)


SEVENTH

SESSION

(1
5
:
10

-

1
6
:
3
5)


Human resource development in the offshore sector

Offshore shipping sector needs to be recognized as a distinct branch from Foreign g
oing and Coastal shipping. For a
young mariner it is a career in itself. Unless this sector gets such an identity, a talent crunch will always be felt. This
session will seek to identify the manpower needs
.

1
5
:
10



1
5
:
35

25

min

Session Chairman


Capt.

Sa
ndeep Kalia,
Executive Director,
Great
Offshore

Salvage services Ltd

1
5
:
35

-

1
5
:
55

20

min

Effectiveness of skilled manpower on the growth of the industry

-

Capt.Subhedar, Director MR / DP, Ocean Sparkle Ltd. Group of
Companies

1
5
:
55

-

16
:
15

20

min

Skill
building on dedicated
o
ffshore
s
imulators



Capt.
Ajay
Chitnis,

Head


Human Resource Admin & Training, Great Offshore Ltd.,


1
6
:
2
0
-

1
6
:
3
5

15 min

Q & A

EIGHTH

SESSION

(1
6
:
3
5
-

1
7
:
35
)


PANEL DISCUSSION


Growing demand of support vessels to
bridge the ga
p in the E & P sector

There are approximately 2,500 offshore service vessels operating worldwide and will have a steady growth. With
offshore drilling and exploration moving to deeper waters which encompasses harsh environments, extreme climates,
and limit
ed space, demand for advanced vessels having consistent high quality, reliability and safety will be required.
The panel will discuss the growth of the offshore vessel industry & what it has to offer for deep
-
water market sector to
bridge the gap.

Valedic
tory function