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BP Subsea & Environmental specialist to chair USV Conference

Peter Collinson, BP's Senior Subsea and Environmental specialist in Upstream Technology is to chair the 2020 Seawork Commercial Marine Conference on USVs.

With a background in marine ecology, corporate crisis response, enterprise risk management and maritime and satellite technology. Peter holds a PhD in Marine Ecology and is a Fellow of ImarEST and a chartered Marine Scientist. Regarding ‘MAS’ he is still seeking the robotic ‘swiss army knife of the sea’!

A must for all who wish to explore the challenges, changes and emerging opportunities in today’s and tomorrow’s commercial marine and workboat sector, the Seawork Commercial Marine Conferences will deliver updates and insights in the fast moving USV (Unmanned Surface Vessel) and Hybrid propulsion markets.These half day conference sessions will be run on the following dates:

Wednesday 10 June 2020 - Morning Session - USV Conference

Thursday 11 June 2020 - Morning Session - Hybrid Propulsion Conference

Visit here to see latest details of the speakers. The full Conference Programmes for 2020 will be announced in the New Year.

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