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TECNOLOGIA MARINHA E OFFSHORE
MARINE ENGINEERING AND
OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY
OVERVIEW
Cavendish Group is delighted to produce Marine Engineering & Offshore
Technology, an official journal of the Brazilian Maritime and Offshore sector.
With a current workforce of around 50,000 people, the Brazilian shipbuilding
industry is on a growth curve. Considering the indirect jobs from the supply and
service industry, this number grows to around 230,000 jobs. To meet the demand
for drill-ships, FPSO’s, rigs and equipment for pre-salt exploration, the priority will
be given to drill-ships and rigs built in Brazilian shipyards, with emphasis on modern
deepwater drillers.
Massive investments will be made by the shipyards that are awarded the contracts.
BNDES - Brazil’s development bank and major financing institution awarded
around $70b to the Brazilian shipbuilding industry in 2010 alone. Part of this
financing is done through the FMM - Merchant Marine Fund and FGCN “Naval
Construction Guarantee Fund”. Petrobras is also negotiating a special credit program
with national banks, exclusively for financing the supply chain for pre-salt drillship
construction in national shipyards.
The demand for production rigs is estimated to be around 150 units up to 2020.
The estimate for Petrobras demand alone is for 95 units. Private O&G operators are
expected to have a demand for 55 production rigs, including 48 units for OGX
Petroleo.
To meet this demand for ships, there are 17 shipyards being built along the Brazilian
coast and the expansion and modernization of another five.
The portfolio of orders in existing shipyards registers 132 units presently under
construction; such as tankers, offshore support vessels, port support tugs, container
ships and carriers, in addition to 253 ships.
The 70% local content demand for the shipbuilding industry, 40% goes to
manpower and 30% to steel planks, leaving the door wide open for foreign and
local investors to import whatever technology they need.
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CONTENT LIST
Marine Engineering & Offshore Technology is published in both English and
Portuguese, with 70 per cent editorial content.
The magazine focuses on western technology, expertise and best practice through a
series of case-studies, reports and articles. As the only Government endorsed
journal in this sector, Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology is perfectly
placed to unlock new opportunities for your company in Brazil.
Marine Engineering & Offshore Technology showcases state of the art solutions,
combined with strong editorial content produced in cooperation with organisations
including IMCA, OCA, UKOOA, IMO and The Society of Petroleum Engineers.
From a readership survey conducted in January 2012:
86%
64%
60%
75%
73%
Suscribed to keep up to date with industry developments
and sources suppliers
Spent over 45 minutes reading each publication
Regulary referred back to previous issues
Thought the technical level of the articles was just right
Thought that the length of the articles was just right
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MARINE ENGINEERING AND
OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY
CIRCULATION
Marine Engineering & Offshore Technology has a projected readership of over
60,000 readers per quarter. The magazine is produced in both print and electronic
format, and is sent to our database of qualified recipients. In addition, the magazine
is distributed at all major tradeshows, conferences and seminars. Decision-makers
who receive the publication include:With targeted circulation and high quality editorial, Marine Engineering & Offshore
Technology is the perfect vehicle to bring buyer and sellers together.
- CEO//Presidents/ Owners/Managing Directors
- Plant supervisors / Supply Chain Managers
- Senior Engineers/ Naval Architects
Marine & Offshore Engineers/ Surveyors
- Ship Builders, Ship Owners, Ship Operators
- Directors of Operations/ Supervisors
- Project Heads/ Heads of Procurement
- Safety Officers and Engineers
Readers include key decision makers from :
Petrobras, BrasFels, Brazilian Odebrecht, BSC (Brazilian Shipping Company), BW Offshore, EBX Group,
Engevix Engenharia SA, Floatec, GVA, Modec, Noble, Pride, Prosafe, SBM (Single Buoy Mooring), Seadrill
Management AS, Sevan Marine, Sinergy Group, Teekay, Transocean, Transpetro, FMM “Fundo da Marinha
Mercante, FGCN “Fundo de Garantia da Construção Naval”
Shipyards:
EAS (Atlantico Sul Shipyard), Atlântico Sul (PE) Shipyard, Estaleiro Rio Grande
OGX Petroleo, OSX shipyard, Mauá shipyard, Atlântico Sul Shipyard, BNDES (Banco de Desenvolvimento
Social), Kingfish do Brasil Navegação Ltda
From a readership survey conducted in January 2012
Had been influenced by an advertisement
in the publication
66%
78%
Had bought as a direct result of seeing an
advertisement in the magazine
20%
Shared their copy with 4 or more people
53%
Had personal internet access at both
home and at work
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MARINE ENGINEERING AND
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PARTNERSHIP
We enjoy a good relationship with industry organisations that provide us with
feedback on previous issues, direction for future issues, and access to their
members. These organisations and associations include:
• CSEN (Sector Board for Naval and Offshore Equipment)
• The marine machinery department of ABIMAQ (Brazilian Machinery Builders
Association).
• SINAVAL (National Syndicate for Naval Construction and Repair Industry and
Offshore).
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TECNOLOGIA MARINHA E OFFSHORE
MARINE ENGINEERING AND
OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY
FEATURES
Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology 2012
Spring
Feature : Green Technology: Emissions
IT- Navigation & Communications :
Maritime ERP software solution for
shipbuilding
Bridge Systems : ECDIS
Marine Equipment : Deck Machinery
Propulsion : Automation & Drive Systems
Maintenance Repair Overhaul : Marine
coatings
Summer
Feature: Ship Building: Piping System
Bridge Systems : Voyage Data Recorders
Safety : Anti piracy
Marine Equipment : Winches & Cranes
Propulsion : Dual Fuel Engines
Maintenance Repair Overhaul : Welding
& Cutting Equipment
Autumn
Feature: Safety : Emergency response
IT- Navigation & Communications : Risk &
Asset Management
Bridge Systems : Dynamic positioning
Marine Equipment : Pumping Systems
Green Technology : Waste Water
Treatment
Ship Building : HVAC
Winter
Feature: Propulsions : Future Fuels and
Lubes
IT- Navigation & Communications : Fleet
management
Safety : Explosion Proof Equipment
Maintenance Repair Overhaul :
Lubrication Systems
Green Technology : Ballast Water
Treatment
Ship Building : Electrical Installations
Please note: Editorial schedule is subject to change without prior notice
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TECNOLOGIA MARINHA E OFFSHORE
MARINE ENGINEERING AND
OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY
AVERTISING
Our Competitive Package includes:
 Full colour presentation
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 Direct access to a targeted audience
with a respected and high profile
platform
 Formidable exposure to decision
makers and specifies in one of the
world’s fastest growing energy markets
 Bonus distribution at all major
Brazilian shipping and marine events,
conferences, trades shows and seminars
Internal Page
GBP 5,950
Half Page
GBP 3,950
Back Cover
GBP 11,950
Inner Front/
Back
GBP 8,950
Double Page
GBP 8,950
Discounts are available for serial
bookings at the following rates:
2 issues 10%
3 issues 12.5%
4 issues 15%
If you have a new technology or innovation you feel could interest our
readers, please contact our editor Sarah Berry on : [email protected]
Key Contacts:
Mr Mike Smith – Business Development Manager
Tel: +44 203 077 8748
Email: [email protected]
Mr James Stromberg - Group Director
Tel: +44 203 077 8735
Email: [email protected]
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