- Diving and Manned Submersibles
- Environmental Forces (SUTGEF)
- Marine Renewable Energies
- Ocean Resources
- OSIG (Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics) and ECOSIGG
- SUT - Policy Advisory
- Salvage and Decommissioning
- Subsea Engineering
- International Underwater Vehicles and Robotics Group
- Underwater Science Group
- Young Professionals International
Subsea engineering and operations embraces all aspects of engineering and related operations in the development of the subsea hydrocarbons industry below the surface of the sea. The aim of the Committee is to establish subsea engineering as a recognised discipline of engineering and to examine the needs for education, training and standards.
- To provide a forum for the development of subsea engineering technology and to identify those areas where research effort is likely to prove most cost–effective.
- To promote and encourage scientific research and development in subsea operations.
- To provide a forum to discuss and encourage co–operation and co–ordination within all branches of subsea engineering and operations, and to liaise with engineering institutions.
- To establish itself as a recognised authority for information on the present and future capabilities of subsea engineering and operations, and to disseminate this information.
- To promote and support education and training in subsea engineering
- To oversee the Subsea Engineering Specialisation Assessment Panel.
This Panel provides the peer review process for admission onto the Register of SUT Accredited Subsea Engineers.
For details on the Subsea Target initiative which is providing resources aimed at tackling the skills shortages facing the subsea industry please click here, and for details on Subsea Online Learning please click here.
Membership is encouraged from engineers working in the following areas: academic and research establishments, equipment manufacturers, major oil/gas companies, major engineering contractors, subsea engineering companies, consultants, offshore support companies, Government departments [MOD(N), DTI (OSO)], and, regulating authorities.
For further information, please contact:
The Executive Secretary
Society for Underwater Technology
2 John Street, London WC1N 2ES
+ 44 (0)20 3405 9035