27-28 September 2010. Organized by IBC Asia Pte Ltd.
Offshore Construction: Subsea Production
Location: Singapore Mandarin Orchard
Organizer: IBC Asia Pte Ltd
Tel: 0065 650 82458
Fax: 0065 650 82407
With a booming offshore oil and gas sector in South East Asia, the Subsea Operations and Technology 2010 summit in Singapore this 27 – 28 September will look at subsea challenges and solutions for the oil and gas, EPC, logistics and marine contractor markets.
The offshore oil industry has been driven by the introduction of new technologies since its inception. The capital expenditures for subsea have been steadily increasing since 2008 and this trend will continue for the forseeable future.
The last decade has witnessed pioneering feats in subsea technology from Statoil’s Heidrun project in the North Sea, BHP Billiton’s Neptune, Petrobras Roncador field, Total’s Girassol in Angola and Shell Malampaya in the Philippines.
Subsea Challenge: Is Technology Keeping Pace With Deepwater Developments?
Safety and reliability are in the spotlight, and not without reason. The continued move into deepwater projects is posing new and increased challenges.
Post the Deepwater Horizon incident, BP has pointed out an urgent need to develop a more effective deepwater subsea intervention capability, and a need to ensure that companies work with contractors in ways that mean risks are fully understood and managed.
With 8 international case studies, Subsea Operations and Technology 2010 will showcase operational innovation, technology adoption and risk management principles impacting safety and reliability.
Join our speaker panel of top industry experts from NOCs, IOCs and Field Operators as they discuss specific operational, maintenance and technology solutions required for subsea field development in the Asian region.
With Keynote Addresses from the Government of Western Australia Department of Mines and Petroleum and BP Migas (Executive Agency for Upstream Oil & Gas Activities, The Republic of Indonesia), Subsea Operations and Technology 2010 will focus on crucial issues and challenges that the industry faces as it goes deeper, latest technological advances, cost and quality of subsea equipment, IRM, subsea intervention and processing & boosting.
The conference also features a Post Conference Workshop on “Optimising Lifecycle of Flexible Risers and Flowlines”, which will be held on 29 September 2010. A crucial component for managing flow assurance and overall subsea operations, risers and flowlines are the nerve centre of a field. This workshop will take you through the essential technical and operational benchmarks critical for optimising their performance.
7 REASONS TO ATTEND SUBSEA 2010:
- Understand new safety and reliability benchmarks put in place by regulators and field operators
- Make subsea production more reliable and profitable by adopting the right technology
- Learn the latest regulatory policies and deepwater projects of Australia and South East Asia
- Appreciate how oil and gas companies are partnering with contractors to manage deepwater project challenges
- Keep up to date with latest innovations and applications in Deepwater IRM
- Enhance subsea intervention capabilities from new technology and through learnings from global case studies
- Reduce financial risk and liability from disrupted field operations
MEET & LEARN FROM OUR PANEL OF INDUSTRY EXPERTS:
- Bill Tinapple, Executive Director of Petroleum, Government of Western Australia, Department of Mines and Petroleum
- Sinang Bulawan, Vice President Operation Support, BP Migas (Executive Agency for Upstream Oil & Gas Activities, The Republic of Indonesia)
- Jose Soto, Senior Technology Advisor, Subsea Safety Systems, Halliburton, USA
- Durga Murti, Superintendent, Asset Integrity Division, Chevron InternationalExploration andProduction
- Massimo Fontolan, Vice President Commercial North Atlantic, Saipem Ltd
- Frank Lim, Principal Director, 2H Offshore Engineering
- Franck Legerstee, Project Manager,Offshore Oil & Gas RulesDevelopment, Bureau Veritas
- Mads Hjelmeland, Area Manager, Framo Engineering Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd
- Tim Clark, Vice President Asia Pacific, Canyon Offshore Inc.
- John Macleod, Director, Nautronix
- Luke Davis, Analyst – Business Strategy and Analysis, Infield Systems
- Brett Howard, Business Development Manager, Subsea Division, Technip, Malaysia
- Graham Cheyne, Subsea Director, Expro Group
- Richard Binks, Offshore Business Director, Sonardyne International
- Dr. Arun Kr. Dev, Newcastle University Marine International , Immediate Past Chairman, The Joint Branch of RINA and IMarEST in Singapore
- Olav Brakstad, Sales Manager, ClampOn AS
- The new paradigm for safety in subsea operations
- Trends in deepwater inspection, maintenance and repair
- Developments in asset integrity management for deep sea equipment
- Case studies and new solutions on technology adoption from top field
- Project showcase on innovation and new technologies in subsea operations
- Advances in ROVs and AUVs
- Subsea boosting and processing
- Changing parameters for Integrated Subsea infrastructure and field development
Visit the Subsea Operatiobs and Technology 2010 website at www.ibc-asia.com/subseaconference for more information on the expert speaker line-up and full conference agenda.
Ms Eileen David
IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd
Tel: +65 – 6508 2458 / +65 – 6508 2400
Fax: +65 – 6508 2407
Offshore Construction: Subsea Production