28 - 29 November 2016
Radisson Edwardian
Bloomsbury,
London

Have you registered to attend the 3rd annual Offshore & Deep Sea Mining Conference yet? Shaping the deep sea mining sector - influencing policy, advancing technology, and developing economic viability

With just a few weeks to go, this annual international event will bring together key stakeholders, developers, regulators and technology innovators involved with the sea-bed mining sector. To give you just a flavor of what will be discussed during the event…

Sustainable Harvesting of Ocean Mineral Resources

Kris Van Nijen of GSR will provide a detailed insight into how technological change can aid sustainable development of the oceans resources in today’s volatile environment.

Opportunities for Seabed Mineral Exploration in Norway

The International Seabed Authority’s incoming Secretary-General, Michael Lodge, will review the long term opportunities for the development of the oceans resources.

A review of current activities and future plans for mining the ocean floor offshore Norway will be presented by leading mining company Nordic Ocean Resource.

Japan’s Activities and Approaches to Deep Sea Mining

Hiro Nakahara of the Research Institute for Ocean Economics will share his views on seabed mining in Japan, ongoing R&D activities and future opportunities.

Environmentally Responsible Deep Sea Mining

Chief Specialist for Environmental Risk Management at DNV GL will provide the latest recommended practice for managing environmental aspects and impacts of seabed mining around the globe.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from some of the sector’s leading authorities in seabed mineral resource development including the World Ocean Council, International Seabed Authority, Earth Economics, SMD, IHC Mining and the Commonwealth Secretariat.

Register online, or if you need any further assistance email energycustserv@informa.com or call +44 (0)20 7017 5518. Please remember to quote VIP Code: FKA2599OCTN

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