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Cavendish Group, publishers of Marine and Offshore Technology for China and India, are delighted to produce Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology- Brazil , an official journal for the Brazilian Marine, Maritime and Offshore sector.

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These organisations and associations include brazilian maritime authority

Cavendish Group, publishers of Marine and Offshore Technology for China and India, are delighted to produce Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology- Brazil, an official journal for the Brazilian Marine, Maritime and Offshore sector.

Since the economic crises and mismanagement which plagued the 1990s, throwing 40,000 people out of work, the Brazilian shipbuilding industry is coming back to life. The joint venture between Keppel Fels Ltd and the PEM Setal Group marked the revival of Brazilian shipbuilders. This renaissance owes its start to changes in the local Oil and Gas Industry. In the past 10 years, Petrobras has shifted from shallow offshore fields to deeper water and the discoveries made in the Campos Basin have led to the building of new drilling platforms, oil-production ships and tankers. In order to develop the Barracuda and Caratinga fields, at least 40% of the ships and equipment, worth $1 billion, will be made in Brazil. Furthermore, with tax incentives for local industry, extension on the length of loans from the merchant marine fund and a drop in interest rates, Brazil is set for a huge revival. It is now proving to be an ideal base to serve South America’s oil industry as well as fields in North Africa.

Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology- Brazil is well placed to provide neutral, independent information on state-of-the-art technologies and services which the Brazilian Marine, Maritime and Offshore sector is dependent on to ensure it meets its goals and objectives. First class editorial and high precision/quality of readership are guaranteed through coordinating efforts with the influential and authoritative organisations who are shaping and defining this industry sector.


These organisations and associations include brazilian maritime authority

These organisations and associations include:-

Brazilian Maritime Authority

Brazilian Shipbuilders Association

Sindicato Nacional das Empresas de Navegacao Maritima (SYNDARMA)

Instituto Brasileiro de Petroleo

The South American Energy Council

Departamento de Gas Natural

Departamento de Politica de Exploracao e Producao de Petroleo


These organisations and associations include brazilian maritime authority

Published in both English and Portuguese, in a format that combines attractive design with the very highest production standards, Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology- Brazil has a 70 % editorial content discussing Western Technology, Expertise and Best Practice through a series of dedicated case-studies, reports and articles.As the only Government endorsed journal in this sector, Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology- Brazil is poised to unlock new opportunities for your company throughout China.

Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology- Brazil will endeavour to showcase state of the art solutions, combined with strong editorial content produced in cooperation with organisations like IMCA, OCA, UKOOA, IMO and The Society of Petroleum Engineers. Each quarterly issue will look to include the following topics:-

Ship Design, Engineering & Construction

Offshore Design, Construction & Engineering

Operation and Management

Dredging Equipment

Drilling Solutions

Health, Safety and Environment

Supply, Transportation and Logistics

Navigation and Communication

Port and Terminal Construction and Facilities

Marine Engineering and Equipment

Consultancy Services

Subsea Engineering


These organisations and associations include brazilian maritime authority

  • Published on a quarterly basis and distributed to a projected readership of 60,000, Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology- Brazil is sent by name and job-title to the following decision-makers and specifiers:-

  • CEOs/Owners/Presidents/Managing Directors

  • Senior Engineers/Surveyors/Naval Architects

  • Ship Builders, Ship Owners, Ship Operators

  • Directors of Operations/Supervisors

  • Project Heads/Heads of Procurement

  • Safety Officers and Engineers

  • The precision and quality of circulation coupled with the influence and authority of the journal makes Marine Engineering and Offshore Technology the ideal vehicle to bring Buyer and Seller together.

Readers includes key decision makers from:-

Fels SetalPetrobras

Angra Dos ReisComgas

Maua ShipyardTranspetro

Petroleo IpirangaPetroleo Brasileiro


These organisations and associations include brazilian maritime authority

Discounts are available for serial bookings at the following rates:

2 Issues: 10% 3 Issues: 12.5% 4 Issues: 15%


These organisations and associations include brazilian maritime authority

For further information, please contact

Guillaume Massey

Publishing Director

Tel: +44 (0) 207 758 3020

Fax: +44 (0) 207 758 3001

[email protected]

Published by Cavendish Group International Ltd


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