Canadian Offshore Resources Exposition

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October 7-9, Halifax, Nova Scotia 'Technological Advancements in Canada's Hydrocarbon Frontiers' This year's Canadian Offshore Resources Exposition (CORE) and Marine Supply Show, and its associated Conference, will take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 7 to 9. The Conference, with the theme "Technological Advancements in Canada's Hydrocarbon Frontiers," will be held in the World Trade and Convention Centre, and the exhibits will be in Ocean Terminals 33 and 34 in the Port of Halifax, plus an outdoor exhibition area adjacent to Terminal 34.

Attendance is expected to exceed 4,000 from manufacturing and primary resource industries, the military, government, and education.

This audience is made up of executive and operations management, engineering, production managers, plant superintendents, designers, specifiers, and purchasing personnel. The 1985 CORE had about 450 exhibitors.

This sixth annual exhibition and conference will cover the research and development of the oil and gas industry in Atlantic Canada, the Arctic Islands, and the Beaufort Sea. Atlantic Canada is one of the world's great oil and gas reservoirs. CORE is produced and managed by Industrial Trade Shows Inc. of Toronto, and sponsored by the following groups: Atlantic Provinces Economic Council; Canadian Ocean Industries Association; Cape Breton Offshore Trade Association; Canadian Petroleum Offshore Operators Division; Newfoundland Ocean Industries Association; Offshore Trade Association of Nova Scotia; Oilweek Magazine; Canadian Institute of Mining Petroleum Society, Nova Scotian Section; and Halifax Board of Trade. The 1986 Conference chairman is William Riley.

Conference Agenda Tuesday, October 7 9:30 am—Keynote Speaker: The honorable Joei Matheson, Minister of Mines & Energy, Government of Nova Scotia Session 1: Frontier Update Chairman: Kenneth Farquharson "Beaufort: Amauligak—Gulf Canada Corporation," Robert Bleaney "Grand Banks: Technological Hurdles at Hibernia Mobil," James Kelly "Scotian Shelf: Hunt for Oil—Petro- Canada," N. Mclntyre "Summary: Changing Regulatory Regimes on Canada's Frontiers," M.E. Taschereau, COGLA 12:30 pm—Luncheon Principal speaker: Hon. W. Marshall, President of the Council & Minister Responsible for the Petroleum Directorate Session 2: Advances in Canadian Technology I Chairman: Wynne Potter 2:30 pm—"Small Water Area Twin Hull (SWATH) Vessels for Offshore," by A. Eyres, Eyretechnics "Iceberg Management Techniques," by Frank Smith, Nordco "CSA Offshore Structures & Standards Codes," by Peter Adams, CFER "Institute for Marine Dynamics (Ice Tank)," by Norman Jeffrey "Canadian Marine Machinery Control System," by Capt. (N) R.

Preston, DND 5:00 pm—Adjournment Wednesday, October 8 Session 3: Advances in Canadian Technology II Chairman: C. Andrew Parker 9:00 am—"Results of Hibernia G.B.S. Model Tests," by John Henley, Mobil "Underwater Rover," by Philip Nuytten, Can Dive Services "Flexible Riser Systems for Production in Severe Seas and Ice," by Peter Gibb, CanOcean "Search & Rescue in Atlantic Canada," by Major Gen. L. Ashley, chairman, ICSAR "Advances in Safety Systems for Canadian Offshore Industries," by Larry Prather, Husky/Bow Valley 12:00 Noon—Luncheon Principal speaker Hon. Premier John Buchanan (PC,QC), Government of Nova Scotia.

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