The conference will carry forward its topical theme “COMMITMENT, SYNERGY, EXCELLENCE” for the 2020 edition, underlining the importance of industry’s quest for excellence in disaster mitigation. The Preliminary Conference Programme for 2020 will focus on PERTINENT TOPICS IN THE BACKDROP OF THE GLOBAL INDUSTRY MOVING INTO MORE STRINGENT ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS AND THE INCREASING PUBLIC SENSITIVITIES TO OIL SPILL DISASTERS. Showcasing industry case studies from across the world, the summit agenda would also stimulate learning through panel debates, technical presentations and keynote sessions that ensure that attendee’s leave with the skills and knowledge required in overcoming the challenges & risks faced by operators & stakeholders.
Attracting a diverse and eclectic mix of speakers, delegates and attendees, the conference would build upon the existing knowledge of experts, facilitating the discussions on key issues, while simultaneously meeting the strategic objectives of the region.
Showcasing, 60+ SPEAKERS & 400+ ATTENDEES FROM OVER 200+ ORGANIZATIONS, OSI 2020 WOULD HOST THE TOP REPRESENTATIVES from the governments, heads of regulatory bodies & nodal agencies, C-Level Executives from Oil Majors, Ship-Owners, Port Authorities, Maritime & Pollution Control Boards, Intergovernmental bodies like UNEP, IMO and IOPC Funds, Global Spill Response & Salvage Companies, Classification Societies, P&I +H&M clubs, Training Institutions, Spill Control Associations & associated partners.
The key takeaways from the congress would complement various existing initiatives of the regional stakeholders, ensuring the regions environment & maritime zones remain clean, safer & sustainable for future generations. THE CONCURRENT EXHIBITION WOULD SHOWCASE LEADING NATIONAL, REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS DISPLAYING THE LATEST IN EQUIPMENT, TECHNOLOGY, SERVICES & SOLUTIONS for the industry. It would also continue to serve as a niche-networking forum, providing the opportunity to meet and interact with the leading experts, trade partners, researchers, colleagues and friends from academia, making it the most important event for those involved in managing spill.
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