St. John’s, NL (August 23, 2016) –- The Newfoundland and Labrador Oil & Gas Industries Association (Noia) and the Maritimes Energy Association, along with the provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador and Nova Scotia, are coordinating an Atlantic Canadian Delegation to Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) from August 29 – September 1 in Stavanger, Norway. More than 20 Newfoundland and Labrador-based companies are part of this year’s delegation.
“ONS provides Newfoundland and Labrador companies the opportunity to showcase our oil & gas service capabilities and technologies to the international energy industry; highlight this province’s offshore oil & gas opportunities; build networks; and lay the groundwork for future partnerships and collaboration,” said Raymond Collins, Chair of Noia’s Board of Directors.
On August 31, Noia and INSTOK – the Norwegian Oil and Gas Partners – are partnering to deliver a Canada Session focusing on approaches for deepwater oil & gas activity in Eastern Canada. This session will feature an opening address from H.E. Mr. Artur Wilczynski, Canada’s Ambassador to Norway, along with presentations from Robert Cadigan, Noia’s President and CEO; Jim Keating, Executive Vice President, Corporate Services and Offshore Development, Nalcor Energy; Toby Balch, Director of Business and Technology with the Nova Scotia Department of Energy; Sandy MacDonald, QC, Cox and Palmer; and Gisle Stjern, Vice President, Offshore Canada, Statoil.
Attracting delegates representing industry operators and suppliers from around the globe, ONS occurs every second year in Norway. This year’s theme is “Transition”. For more information on ONS, visit www.ons.com.