Subsea Integration Alliance will unveil its new look and image to the offshore energy market at Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Brazil (29-31 October 2019).
Subsea Integration Alliance will exhibit at booth #D32 and showcase its combined capabilities against the backdrop of a refreshed new image, which includes a new logo and branding and a newly launched website.
Visitors are invited to attend daily presentations at the booth to hear firsthand how Subsea Integration Alliance can help customers define, select, install and operate the system and product solutions that best match their project needs.
Henning Berg, CEO Subsea Integrated Alliance, said, “We're delighted to be at OTC Brazil launching our refreshed look and website. We have further strengthened our capabilities, showing that we remain committed to fully understanding and appreciating customer drivers and enabling delivery of optimised solutions. It's an ideal time for us to be raising our visibility with both major and independent operators in growing and new subsea regions.”
Formed in 2015, Subsea Integration Alliance is a strategic global alliance between Subsea 7 and OneSubsea, the subsea technologies, production and processing systems division of Schlumberger. The alliance has strengthened its capabilities, products and project delivery within subsea production systems (SPS) and subsea umbilical, riser and flowline (SURF) systems towards the integrated delivery of projects.
At the same time, Subsea Integration Alliance has adapted its engagement and field development planning models, allowing earlier engagement with customers and supporting them in selecting the system and product solutions that best match their project needs.Stuart Fitzgerald, Deputy CEO, Subsea Integration Alliance added: “The new look builds on the success of Subsea Integration Alliance to provide our customers with optimised solutions and services in a fully integrated subsea offering. We pride ourselves in providing our customers with industry-leading innovation and value over the lifetime of the field.”
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