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Kevin Hardy & Dr. Osvaldo Ulloa

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Tel: (561) 732-4368; Fax: (561) 732-6984 ust back from London and the Oceanology International exhibition put on at Excel

London, and without hesitation it is clear to see that Reed Exhibitions retains the

PUBLISHER honor of putting together the largest, best and most in? uential subsea business and

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Jtechnology conference and exhibition in the world. By the numbers show manage- ment reports 7,400 unique attendees, representing 90 countries, with many revisiting through the week for a total attendance of 13,789.

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But the real story was not simply the standard booth and conference fare: the real eye- opener in London was a palpable feel of optimism that I have not seen in a couple of years.

Managing Editor

As the price of energy stabilizes, it’s clear that projects long dorment from the oil majors

Eric Haun are gearing back up. Make no mistake, the business of discvoering and recovering energy in the offshore sector is changed forever, the ‘new norm’ if you will, as companies seek

Contributing Writers innovative solutions to install, maintain and manage a complex industrial operation under

Capt. Edward Lundquist, USN (Ret.) water. But visiting OI, and my recent interviews with many industry leaders – particularly

Elaine Maslin, Aberdeen

Tom Mulligan, Ireland

Gael Bodénès, CEO, Bourbon Corporation, who sees signs and is banking on an off-

Claudio Paschoa, Brazil shore recovery in 2019 – there are clear signs that collectively we emerge from the abyss.

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Bourbon is an interesting company to watch as it literally is reinventing itselft under the

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Production & Graphic Design a Smart Shipping program to reduce crew, costs and increase performance. It’s about build-

Nicole Ventimiglia ing partnerships with industry partners, locally and globally. Finally, it’s about changing culture and communication.

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Last, but certainly not least, I am thrilled to welcome Elaine Maslin to the MTR editorial

Mark O’Malley fold. Elaine needs no introduction in these pages, as many of you have followed her work in other titles for many years. She is a strong addition to our global editorial team with


Esther Rothenberger keen insights on the upstream offshore and renewables markets.

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