The first DOT Company Day of this academic year was a great succes. We would like the thank Heerema, Allseas, Van Oord, NMDC and McDermott for being present. Also special thanks to DOB for facilitating this day. We all hope to see you on the next Company day of dinner.
DOT Company Day
On the 3rd of December, 2019, DOT will host the first company day of this academic year. This day-filling activity will be held in "De Oude Bibliotheek", a beautiful venue located near the city centre (Raam 180, Delft). Allseas, Mcdermott, Heerema, Van Oord and NMDC will be present. The day will include presentations, cases and a chance to talk one-on-one with company representatives during the company market or during the informal drinks at the end of the day. For more information, please like our Facebook page or website. You can subscribe via the link below. The registration will close on Monday the 25th of November!
Founded in 1969, the Royal Netherlands Society of Engineers (KIVI) – section Offshore Technology will be celebrating its 50 years anniversary this year. The celebration will take place at the KIVI Offshore & Maritime symposium at the University of Applied Sciences in The Hague on 21 November 2019.
KIVI Offshore and KIVI Maritime Technology are honoured to announce the first edition of a new annual symposium on Maritime Offshore & Sustainable Technology (MOST). The theme of the first edition of the MOST symposium will be ‘Future of the North Sea’.
Development of the North Sea is high on the Dutch political agenda, as described in last year’s report by the Dutch Government The future of the North Sea.
The Dutch Offshore & Maritime industry will play a key role in shaping the North Sea, be it in offshore wind, maritime transport, food supply, CO2 storage, removal or re-use of offshore infrastructure, energy transport and storage, and protection of precious bio-diversity.
The objective of the symposium is to actively contribute to the debate around the future use of the North Sea. It is KIVI’s mission to share knowledge and facilitate the engineering power that is embedded in the Dutch Offshore culture.
Speakers from governmental bodies, NGOs, Offshore Energy companies, suppliers and academia are invited to share their views in presentations, followed by interactive discussions and audience questions.
Saskia Bruines, Wethouder Onderwijs, Gemeente Den Haag
Marjan van Loon, CEO, Shell Netherlands
Sandor Gaastra, Director-General for Climate & Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs & Climate
Ab van der Touw, Board member, TenneT
David Molenaar, Managing Director, Siemens Gamesa
Simeon Tienpont, Boat Captain, Multiple winner America’s Cup
Frank Koopman, Global Director Marine Site Characterization, Fugro
Nils van Nood, Managing Director, GustoMSC
Wim van der Velde, CTO, Seaway 7
Bas Buchner, President, MARIN
Jacqueline Vaessen, General Manager, Nexstep
Edwin van de Brug, Regional Manager, Van Oord