NSC and MES support the 5th International Congress “Hydraulic engineering structures and dredging” as sponsors
The business representative will report on the implementation of large-scale offshore projects
The Northern Shipping Company JSC (NSC) and the Marine Engineering and Shipping JSC (MES) are supporting the 5th International Congress “Hydraulic Engineering Structures and Dredging” as sponsors.
The Congress business program includes the report of Andrey Khaustov, Director General of MES, on the implementation of large-scale offshore projects in accordance with strict international requirements and standards.
MES offers a full range of services from the planning phase (concept and technical-economic assessment) to the commissioning, start-up and adjustment of offshore and oil and gas projects. The company also performs underwater engineering work at depths of up to 3000 meters involving ROVs of different classes and purposes. The company operates its own fleet of specialized units.
NSC carries out dredging works with its fleet of seven specialized vessels. In recent years, NSC has carried out projects in Russia, including the Arctic, as well as the Baltic States, Europe, the Middle East and on the African coast of the Atlantic Ocean.
The 5th Dredging Congress is hosted by PortNews, Russia’s leading industry-focused media group, in partnership with FSUE Rosmorport and FSUE Hydrographic Company.
The event will be held from February 16 to 17, 2022 at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, Moscow.
The congress will be held with the support of the Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport (Rosmorrechflot), Rosatom and the International Association of Dredging Companies (IADC).
The Congress combines the 9th International Dredging Companies Forum (held annually since 2014) and the 5th Technical Conference “Modern Solutions for Hydraulic Works” (held annually since 2018).
The event will take place in a mixed in-person / online format. There is a charge for participation.
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