BROA membership is open to businesses with mobile offshore units/rigs operating world wide with UK interests, as well as those who provide services to those rigs.
Full BROA membership is open to businesses owning and/or managing mobile offshore units. The current membership includes companies operating mobile drilling rigs, as well as mobile offshore rigs providing maintenance, construction and accommodation services to the offshore energy sectors (hydrocarbons and/or renewables).
Associate BROA membership is open to others providing services to those mobile offshore units.
For further details on membership please contact us.
Influence your industry:
- By attending our technical committee you will be able to influence our policy work, steering the direction of the industry and contributing to the collaborative approach of the UK’s offshore community.
- We have a dedicated team with an unparalleled breadth of specialist knowledge on all aspects of the industry.
- Members are able to access this knowledge and expertise on a one-to-one basis on any issue of concern to their business. Whether it is a quick clarification, guidance on regulation, or a complicated issue we can help.
- Access our contacts; we have excellent links to government and regulators and can use our unique position to facilitate meetings with key individuals including port state control and the MCA.
- BROA members also have access to guidance and information from the UK Chamber of Shipping.
News, guidance and analysis on our website:
- Access member-only web content and topic-specific briefings, updates and papers.
Knowledge sharing and networking:
- The technical committee usually meets two or three times per year, with an Annual Meeting and Dinner taking place in London each December and other meetings being held in Aberdeen.
- BROA members can also access the wide range of functions, policy seminars and thought leadership events held by the UK Chamber of Shipping throughout the year.