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Transferring Skills and Technologies from Offshore Oil and Gas to Offshore Wind

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Marketing Director Bentley Systems, Inc

I am currently the industry marketing director at Bentley Systems with responsibility for the global oil & gas (onshore and offshore), mining and manufacturing industries. I love to volunteer...

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This whitepaper covers best practice use of software technology in the offshore energy sector for structural integrity management and the new opportunities for skills transfer from the oil and gas sector to the upcoming offshore wind sector. The whitepaper features three companies that are finding new business opportunities offshore, Keystone Engineering with in the renewable energy industry with offshore wind, ONGC in India extending the life of their offshore assets asset life & Saipem with new opportunities for decommissioning platforms. All these companies are using Bentley’s SACS technology to help them adapt to tough conditions in the offshore oil and gas markets by growing their skills, taking on new types of projects, and expanding their opportunities. Read this whitepaper to learn more.

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