More than 270 participants from academia and the offshore industry attended the conference on 29 and 30 November to share and discuss how research and innovation can contribute to the energy transition - now and in the future.
The two-day conference programme included sessions with a strong focus on research and innovation within CCS and CO2 storage, offshore structural integrity management, offshore wastewater management, new green chemicals, and efficient oil and gas abandonment.
Besides keynote presentations and technical breakout sessions, the conference also offered great opportunities to network and share insights. During the breaks, the Offshore Meeting Place was an informal venue for networking with industry and academic partners.
Poster session with talented researchers
The Poster session was a big draw with 70 posters and talented researchers showcasing their research and results. The poster room was packed with participants taking this unique opportunity to have a one-to-one discussion with the researchers.
The poster titled 'Industrialization of Maintenance by Means of Intelligent Automation - taking the first steps toward intelligent automated maintenance processes' won the award for Best Poster. Congratulations to DTU Construct!
Find the abstracts for all the posters here
Download the presentations
The majority of the presentations from the conference are now available on our website (due to confidentiality reasons, not all presentations are published).
Download the presentations here
Thank you and see you next year!
We thank everyone who participated in and contributed to this year’s conference: Presenters, keynote speakers, researchers with posters, and Offshore Meeting Place participants. We look forward to welcoming everyone back again next year.
The Danish Offshore Technology Conference 2023 will take place on the 14 and 15 November at Comwell Kolding. More information about the programme and registration will follow in mid-2023, but save the dates already now.