Offshore Support Journal (OSJ) provides the global OSV industry with news and detailed coverage of the political, regulatory, technological and commercial developments as they happen.
The OSJ portfolio is designed to meet the information needs of the oil & gas executives responsible for vessel chartering, the brokers, technical, operational and executive management within the owners and operators of OSV’s and the wider supply chain of manufacturers and suppliers.
OSJ provides those working in the oil & gas industry with opinion and in-depth analysis concerning the main regional developments, technological innovation, vessel design and business news from around the world..
OSJ covers every type of offshore vessel, including platform supply vessels, anchor handlers, dive support and subsea vessels, accommodation ships, pipe-layers, cable-layers, heavy-lift ships, crewboats, construction, well intervention, survey, geophysical and support vessels.
OSJ also organise the world's foremost conference and awards for this market. First run in 2007 the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference, Awards and Exhibition now attracts over 500 delegates and 30 exhibitors each February in London.
For more than 18 years, OSJ has provided continuous, in-depth coverage of the industry, tracing the growth of offshore developments worldwide and providing its audience with information through a multiple of channels, including;
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OSJ has been providing expert analysis and insight on the OSV community since 1998.
David Foxwell, Editor
David Foxwell has contributed to numerous magazines over more than 20 years. He was editor of Boating Business for three years, and has been a regular contributor to The Naval Architect, Ship & Boat International, Fairplay, Fairplay Solutions, Safety at Sea International, Port Strategy, Dredging & Port Construction, International Boat Industry, and Boating Industry International. He also writes about naval vessels and technology.
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