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IMCA announces impending launch of code of conduct for members and ‘doing business without bribery’ e-learning module

Highly successful IMCA Contracts & Insurance Seminar attracts contractors, oil companies, legal and insurance firms Code of Conduct for IMCA members to be launched Q4 2018 IMCA-endorsed ‘Doing Business Without Bribery‘ e-learning module lined-up for Q4 2018 launch Two key announcements on ethics and compliance were made at the International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) Contracts & Insurance Seminar, chaired by Nathalie Louys, Subsea 7 General Counsel and Chair of IMCA’s Contracts & Insurance Committee. The half-day seminar was attended by delegates from oil companies, contractors, legal and insurance firms. Focusing on ‘Ethics and compliance – a shared challenge’, Subsea 7’s

IMCA Contracts & Insurance Seminar Attracts Impressive List of Speakers and Delegates

Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together Speakers and delegates from oil companies, contractors and the legal and insurance sectors to attend IMCA Seminar Exploring new ways for oil companies and contractors to work together on sharing risks and liabilities The programme for the International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) Contracts & Insurance Seminar, with its theme ‘Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together’, has drawn together a stellar list of speakers, and an equally impressive list of delegates, ensuring searching questions from the audience and productive networking. The half-day Seminar is being held on 20 September at the

IMCA Contracts & Insurance Seminar attracts impressive list of speakers and delegates

Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together Speakers and delegates from oil companies, contractors and the legal and insurance sectors to attend IMCA Seminar Exploring new ways for oil companies and contractors to work together on sharing risks and liabilities The programme for the International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) Contracts & Insurance Seminar, with its theme ‘Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together‘, has drawn together a stellar list of speakers, and an equally impressive list of delegates, ensuring searching questions from the audience and productive networking. The half-day Seminar is being held on 20 September at the

IMCA Announces Programme for its Contracts & Insurance Seminar Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together

Experts from oil companies, contractors and the legal and insurance sectors to share their thoughts and opinions on Working Together The share of risks and liabilities requires new ways of oil companies and contractors working together in sensible and pragmatic ways The full programme for ‘Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together’, the International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) Contracts & Insurance Seminar has been published. Being held on the afternoon of 20 September at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London, it will be chaired by Nathalie Louys, Chair of IMCA’s Contracts & Insurance Committee and Subsea 7’s General

IMCA announces programme for its Contracts & Insurance Seminar Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together

Experts from oil companies, contractors and the legal and insurance sectors to share their thoughts and opinions on Working Together The share of risks and liabilities requires new ways of oil companies and contractors working together in sensible and pragmatic ways The full programme for ‘Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together’, the International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) Contracts & Insurance Seminar has been published. Being held on the afternoon of 20 September at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London, it will be chaired by Nathalie Louys, Chair of IMCA’s Contracts & Insurance Committee and Subsea 7’s General

IMCA Staging September Contracts & Insurance Seminar

‘Seminar theme ‘Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together Three pillars of discussion – ethics and compliance; maintaining a FAIR risk allocation; and panel discussion on current issues With its theme ‘Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together’ the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) Contracts and Insurance Seminar will be held on 20 September.  An afternoon event, being held at the Royal Academy of Engineering at Prince Philip House on London’s Carlton Terrace, the timely seminar will be followed by a networking reception. Like others in the series this year’s seminar will be chaired by Nathalie Louys, Chair

IMCA staging September Contracts & Insurance Seminar

‘Seminar theme ‘Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together Three pillars of discussion – ethics and compliance; maintaining a FAIR risk allocation; and panel discussion on current issues With its theme ‘Back to the Negotiating Table – Working Together’ the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) Contracts and Insurance Seminar will be held on 20 September. An afternoon event, being held at the Royal Academy of Engineering at Prince Philip House on London’s Carlton Terrace, the timely seminar will be followed by a networking reception. Like others in the series this year’s seminar will be chaired by Nathalie Louys, Chair

Busy spring for IMCA with an extensive seminar and workshop programme

During 2016 the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) announced it had changed its seminar strategy, replacing the traditional large annual event with a series of highly focused technical seminars. These proved very successful, and a commitment was made to build on this strategy in 2017. This has resulted in seven events being scheduled for spring 2017. “Our niche events are tailored to tackle specific topics, bringing together subject matter specialists to discuss solutions to industry issues,” explains Richard Benzie, IMCA’s Technical Director. The Spring 2017 events will be held in London, Stavanger and Amsterdam. Four of the seven events relate

Full programme announced for key IMCA contracting seminar

The full programme for the International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) 2016 Contracts and Insurance Seminar – ‘Contracting in the new era’ – being held in London on Wednesday 25 May, is online on the IMCA website at www.imca-int.com. The half-day event at No 4 Hamilton Place focuses on the deterioration in contracting terms in the post-Macondo and post-$100 barrel oil business environment. “In the early 1990s, in the face of prolonged low oil prices, a new mantra emerged – CRINE, Cost Reduction Initiative New Era, it saw operators and contractors working together to find new contracting models which would allow

IMCA Contracts & Insurance Seminar to Explore ‘A Dark Period in Contracting Terms’

IMCA’s 2016 Contracts & Insurance Seminar, being held in London at No. 4 Hamilton Place on Wednesday 25 May, will focus on the deterioration in contracting terms in the post-Macondo and post-$100 barrel oil business environment. In particular, the seminar will consider the potential risks of unlimited liability – for pollution, damage to work and consequential losses – and their impact on the marine contracting world. “Unlike our industry’s past response to challenging times, such as in the CRINE era twenty years ago when oil companies and contractors worked together to find better and more efficient ways of contracting, the

IMCA Contracts & Insurance Seminar to explore 'A dark period in contracting terms'

IMCA’s 2016 Contracts & Insurance Seminar, being held in London at No. 4 Hamilton Place on Wednesday 25 May, will focus on the deterioration in contracting terms in the post-Macondo and post-$100 barrel oil business environment. In particular, the seminar will consider the potential risks of unlimited liability – for pollution, damage to work and consequential losses – and their impact on the marine contracting world. “Unlike our industry’s past response to challenging times, such as in the CRINE era twenty years ago when oil companies and contractors worked together to find better and more efficient ways of contracting, the

IMCA publishes Renewables Contracting Principles

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has published a variety of guides, templates and discussion documents aimed at raising awareness on contracting issues, promoting discussion and providing tools that may be useful for its contractor members, their clients and sub-contractors, the latest is the series is ‘IMCA Renewables Contracting Principles’ which can be downloaded from the Safety and Legislation section of the IMCA website at www.imca-int.com. “Each of our Contracting Principles’ documents (of which there are now five in addition to a discussion document and other associated documentation) is published as an aide to clients and contractors alongside their in-house

IMCA's Contractual Relevance – Lessons Learnt event

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has, over the years, published a variety of guides, templates and discussion documents aimed at raising awareness on contracting issues, promoting discussion and providing tools that may be useful for its contractor members, their clients and sub-contractors. In recent years it has held an annual contracting event aimed at updating members, and their clients, on key issues. The latest in this series ‘Contractual Relevance – Lessons Learnt’ will be held on the afternoon of Tuesday 21 May onboard HQS Wellington, Temple Stairs, Victoria Embankment, London. “In the past this has been an ‘invitation only’

IMCA publishes new contracts

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has published the updated Contract for the Provision of ROV, Support Vessel and Associated Work (based on BIMCO Supplytime 89) – IMCA R 013 Rev, 1 and a new second publication based on BIMCO Supplytime 2005 (IMCA R 017), which is used by many IMCA members. Both set out relevant additional clauses and variations relevant to ROV operations. Each IMCA member is free to enter into whatever contracts it deems to be in its own interests. In publishing this contract, IMCA is aiming to raise awareness on contracting matters among IMCA members and their

IMCA's Marine Construction Contract revised and re-issued

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has published a variety of guides, templates and discussion documents aimed at raising awareness on contracting issues (including liability and insurance), promoting discussion and providing tools that may be useful for its contractor members, their clients and sub-contractors. All are subject to revision to ensure usefulness to all stakeholders and that it just what has happened to a key document – ‘IMCA Marine Construction Contract’, with revision to others relating to offshore survey and ROV work in the pipeline. All are designed to aid clients and contractors alongside their in-house standard contracts and other