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2nd Annual

Asia
DO NOT FEAR RISK.

InterContinental Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

All EXPLORATION,
all GROWTH is CALCULATED

25th 27th November 2013

A NON

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A great opportunity for oil and gas majors in this region to redefine their regional needs.

Featuring Keynote Addresses, Expert Presentations and Case Studies by:


Mohammad Nazmi Custodian (Pipeline Integrity)
Petronas, Malaysia

Vijay Vijayaraghavan Technical Lead Materials


and Corrosion
Inpex, Australia

Tarun Purohit Engineering Manager


Petrofac, Malaysia

Leong Weng Fei HSE Director


Baker Hughes, Malaysia

Kaushik Mukherjee Principle Engineer Group


Technology Solutions
Petronas, Malaysia

Zelio Moniz Inspection and Measurement Officer


National Petroleum Authority, East Timor

Dr. R. M. Chandima Ratnayake Associate Professor of


Mechanical Engineering
University of Stavanger, Norway

Mohamed Saif Senior Asset Integrity


Management Engineer
Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia

Karyadi Junedi Senior Structural Engineer


Pertamina, Indonesia

Alyn Jenkins Principal Integrity Management Specialist


Schlumberger, UK

Muhammad Khalid Owais Senior Petroleum Engineer


Qatar Petroleum

Marco Westra CEO


Metocean Consult, Netherlands

Murali Venkataraman Global Process Manager


Shell, India

Pradip Mukhopadhyay Head of Maintenance Planning


Hindustan Petroleum, India

Rolf Gubner Chairperson for Chevron-Woodside


Corrosion Engineering and Director of Corrosion Centre
for Education, Research & Technology
Curtin University, Australia

Senior Representative
China Shipbuilding Trading

Rehan Ahmed Chapter Chair


Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC), Qatar
Nazim Rosli Offshore Facility Manager
Bumi Armada, Malaysia
Mahendraraaj Jayakumar Field Engineer Offshore
Installation
SapuraKencana Petroleum, Malaysia
S. C. Liew Deputy General Manager Sales
Hempel, Singapore
Alex Elpianto Kajuputra Principle Engineer for
Structural Integrity
Petronas, Malaysia

Featured Facilitators for Optional Post-Conference Courses:


Course II: Lifespan Extension of Assets
This course focuses on maintaining asset integrity on an aging platform. The rise in
ageing assets in a mature Oil & Gas industry is a prominent issue which operators,
service providers and regulatory bodies have considered an industry priority for a long
time. This course will be focusing on maintaining the integrity of existing infrastructure
and the practical implementation of Risk Based Inspection (RBI) and auditing of asset
health to enhance the lifespan

Course I: Techniques for Lift and Installation of Equipment


This course has been developed to provide practical guidance on lifting and manual
handling for engineers working with equipment on platforms. It offers practical
knowledge and training on how to lift an array of objects ranging from small light loads
to moving very large items.
The sessions will be focusing on numerical guidelines for lifting and lowering loads,
reaching and principles of safe manual handling (planning the lift, lifting techniques and
moving the load).

Workshop Trainer:
Colin Sample Equipment Reliability and Lubrication Management Consultant
Reliability Improvement Services, United Kingdom

Workshop Trainer:
Jeremy Marianayagam Structural Discipline Engineer
ConocoPhillips, Norway

Organisations are Attending this Programme to Gain Practical Insights on:


Designing a highly optimised offshore structure to reduce cost and maximise
production rates
Reviewing new codes and standards and identifying how it affects your facilities
maintenance procedures and offshore operations
Extending the life cycle of aging offshore facilities and ensuring its reliability in the long run
Mitigating, controlling and preventing corrosion of your facilities with proven
technologies

Platinum Sponsor:

Associate Sponsor:

Elevating the safety standards at your platforms to ensure LTIs are eliminated
Putting in place cost efficient maintenance and offshore platform operations
Ensuring that your facility is ready to react to disasters with a good emergency
response programme in place
Planning your platforms commissioning in the most safest and cost efficient way

Bronze Sponsor :

conferences

Supported By:

Day One

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Monday 25th November 2013


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0830

Registration and Morning Coffee

0900

Opening and Welcome Remarks from the Chair

Tel:
+603 2723 6611
Fax:
+603 2723 6622
E-Mail: MichelleY@marcusevanskl.com

Rehan Ahmed Chapter Chair


Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC), Qatar
0915

Plenary One Improving Safety and Reliability of Offshore Structures by Integrating Corrosion Management into the Overall Asset Management System
Rolf Gubner Chairperson for Chevron-Woodside Corrosion Engineering and Director of Corrosion Centre for Education, Research & Technology
Curtin University, Australia

1000

Plenary Two Developing Risk-Based Underwater Inspection Strategy: A Case Study of Pertamina Hulu Energi ONWJ
Karyadi Junedi Senior Structural Engineer
Pertamina, Indonesia

1045

Coffee and Networking Break

1115

Plenary Three Capitalising on Offshore Deepwater Semi-Submersible Units for Enhanced Oil Recovery
Senior Representative
China Shipbuilding Trading

1200

Plenary Four Incorporating Effective Material Management Strategies for Enhanced Asset Integrity and Efficient Vendor Management for Offshore Commissioning
and Operation
Murali Venkataraman Global Process Manager
Shell, India

1245

Networking Luncheon
STREAM TWO
ASSET INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT

STREAM ONE
OFFSHORE STRUCTURE DESIGN
1400

Chairpersons Opening Remarks

1400

1410

Case Study:

1410

Managing Upstream Process Safety (PS) in the Oil and Gas Industry
Safeguards and Prevention Strategies Post Macondo
Employing effective strategies to improve on-site safety
Responding to the inherent challenges that Process Safety compliance has on ongoing operations
Rationalising the need for prevention strategies to avoid fatal catastrophes

Mohamed Saif Senior Asset Integrity Management Engineer


Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia

Expert Presentation:
Recognising the Design Considerations for the Structural Interface Hull and
Topsides in FPSOs
Identifying the most common topsides foundation concepts applied on FPSOs
Discussing the consequences of each configuration for the layout of the unit, the
design of the hull structure and the topsides
Incorporating practical fabrication techniques to cover the functional services of FPSOs

Expert Insight:
Extending the Service Lifespan of Ageing Oil and Gas Offshore Production
Platforms through Life Extension Inspection Strategies
Optimising reliability of platform through Critical Asset Performance Standards (CAPS)
Benefitting from integrity management systems and manpower to operate the
platform beyond its design parameters
Determining functionality of structures through inspection strategies to
determine the health condition of assets

Leong Weng Fei HSE Director


Baker Hughes, Malaysia
1450

Chairpersons Opening Remarks


Mohamed Saif Senior Asset Integrity Management Engineer
Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia

Senior Representative
China Shipbuilding Trading

1450

Expert Presentation:

Nazim Rosli Offshore Facility Manager


Bumi Armada, Malaysia

Monitoring the Overall Health of the System and Equipment to Build a


Reliable and Efficient System
Exploring advanced non-destructive testing techniques for pipelines
Managing deepwater seismic waves on offshore platforms through subs-surface
geological technologies
Highlighting the best practices and methods of asset inspection and monitoring
to keep track of the health of the structure

1530

Coffee and Networking Break

Zelio Moniz Inspection and Measurement Officer


National Petroleum Authority, East Timor

1600

Expert Presentation:
Developing Strategies for Reservoir Facility Management of Offshore
Platforms in the Oil and Gas Industry
Assessing the challenges in parameter estimation of models for offshore oil and
gas production optimisation
Benefitting from the continuous improvement initiative to optimise oil recovery in
carbonate fracture reservoir
Setting rules based on early engagement with designer, yard and owner to
ensure that safety standards can be met

1530

Coffee and Networking Break

1600

Case Study:
Capitalising on Corrosion Inhibitor Qualification, Verification and Integrity
Management to Monitor Asset Health
Analysing Corrosion Inhibitor Testing, determining when inhibitors are needed
and ensuring if they are tested correctly
Optimising Corrosion Inhibitor monitoring through proper deployment
Incorporating strategies for successful Corrosion Inhibitor Performance Management
How can we improve inhibitor qualification?

Marco Westra CEO


Metocean Consult, Netherlands
1645

Expert Presentation:
Benefitting from Methods and Recent Trends in Offshore Pipeline Start-Up for
the Oil and Gas Industry
Incorporating the recent developments in shore approach pipeline start-up method
Capitalising on the shallow water pipeline start-up methods for enhanced returns
Mitigating the challenges in deepwater pipeline start-up methods

1730

Alyn Jenkins Principal Integrity Management Specialist


Schlumberger, UK
1645

Expert Presentation:

Mahendraraaj Jayakumar Field Engineer Offshore Installation


SapuraKencana Petroleum, Malaysia

Assessing the Inherent Challenges of Managing Ageing Assets and


Enhancing Pipeline Integrity
Adopting new technologies to enhance maintenance procedures
Leveraging on cutting edge maintenance strategies to improve pipeline health
Evaluating the importance and effects of choosing the correct maintenance
strategy on the pipeline reliability

Closing Remarks from the Chairperson and End of Day One

Mohammad Nazmi Custodian (Pipeline Integrity)


Petronas, Malaysia
1730

Closing Remarks from the Chairperson and End of Day One

Day Two

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Tuesday 26th November 2013


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0830

Registration and Morning Coffee

0900

Opening and Welcome Remarks from the Chair

Tel:
+603 2723 6611
Fax:
+603 2723 6622
E-Mail: MichelleY@marcusevanskl.com

Rehan Ahmed Chapter Chair


Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC), Qatar
0915

Plenary One Addressing and Responding to the Challenges in Offshore Structures and Risers Due to Splash Zone Corrosion
Rehan Ahmed Chapter Chair
Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC), Qatar

1000

Plenary Two Devising Effective Strategies for Green-field Investments in Untapped Regions: Key Developments, Challenges and Project Specific Technological Solutions
Colin Sample Equipment Reliability and Lubrication Management Consultant
Reliability Improvement Services, United Kingdom

1045

Coffee and Networking Break

1115

Plenary Three Leveraging on Remote Mobile Support Solutions for Offshore Platforms: Innovative Wireless Detection and Damage Diagnosis Systems
Vijay Vijayaraghavan Technical Lead Materials and Corrosion
Inpex, Australia

1200

Plenary Four Devising Effective Project Management Strategies to Achieve On-Time Production Targets
Dr. R. M. Chandima Ratnayake Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
University of Stavanger, Norway

1245

Networking Luncheon
STREAM TWO
ASSET INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT

STREAM ONE
OFFSHORE STRUCTURE DESIGN
1400

Chairpersons Opening Remarks

1400

1410

Expert Insight:

1410

Exploring the Key Strategies to Manage Expectations for an Offshore


Jackets Performance over Well Life
Understanding new challenges from well engineers
Building a system to capture global lessons learned
Investing in Innovation to have in-situ jacket strength model
Making space in Jackets design to address life & load expansion challenges

S. C. Liew Deputy General Manager Sales


Hempel, Singapore

p Panel Discussion:
Optimising Critical Performance Standards for Platform Structures in the Oil
and Gas Industry
Standardising facilities and design for easy and uniform performance
measurement
Employing structure designs that are easily decommissionable to save costs in the
long run
Augmenting performance through strict assessment of KPI adherence on platform

Expert Insight:
Enhancing Asset Integrity through High Performance Coatings for the
Upstream Sector in Oil and Gas
Mitigating corrosion through extensive corrosion protection technologies for
harsh temperature environments
Capitalising on water-bourne, acrylic dispersion paint systems on hot dip
galvanised steel, aluminum and stainless steel in a mildly corrosive environment
Benefitting from cathodic protection to mitigate local mechanical damage

Muhammad Khalid Owais Senior Petroleum Engineer


Qatar Petroleum
1450

Chairpersons Opening Remarks


Pradip Mukhopadhyay Head of Maintenance Planning
Hindustan Petroleum, India

Kaushik Mukherjee Principle Engineer Group Technology Solutions


Petronas, Malaysia

1450

Expert Presentation:

Panelists to be Advised

Capitalising on Strategies for Preservation and Lifespan Extension of


Pressure Vessels
Evaluating effects of condensate corrosion in processing plants and best
prevention techniques
Capitalising on wireless corrosion monitoring systems to control internal
corrosion in assets
Adopting cathodic protection systems to allow structure corrosion control

1530

Coffee and Networking Break

Pradip Mukhopadhyay Head of Maintenance Planning


Hindustan Petroleum, India

1600

Case Study:
Incorporating Recent Developments in Pile Design Engineering and
Installation A Regional Experience
Developing the design of offshore deep foundations the science and empiricism
Evaluating the effects of soil ageing and stiffness modification on the integrity of
the existing structures
Implementing the performance-based design and installation: Assimilation of
regional experiences and calibrations

1530

Coffee and Networking Break

1600

Correlating your Companys HSE Performance with Asset Integrity and


Asset Life Extension Strategies for a Holistic Approach towards Asset
Integrity Management
Implementing asset integrity and system assurance strategies to ensure reliability
of assets
Ensuring a longer life cycle for assets by structural integrity management and
developing a technology qualification strategy
Acquiring the available technologies for monitoring of assets

Kaushik Mukherjee Principal Engineer Structural and Civil Integrity


Petronas, Malaysia
1645

Alex Elpianto Kajuputra Principle Engineer for Structural Integrity


Petronas, Malaysia

Expert Presentation:
Optimising Offshore Structural Designs to Enhance Returns: A Case Study
on ConocoPhillips, Norway
Benefitting from the NORSOK Specifications (Norwegian Requirements for
Offshore Design)
Incorporating strategies to assist in complying with company requirements
alongside carrying out operations
Capitalising on innovative technologies for Jacket and Topside Design

1645

Introducing Critical Asset Performance Standards for the Oil and Gas
Industry in Asia
Responding to rising environmental and safety regulatory requirements through
the development of maintenance strategies to ensure the integrity of safetycritical equipment and meet regulatory requirements
Evaluating new developments in terms of API codes and standards for
offshore structures
Reviewing various codes available worldwide that can be implemented locally to
increase the safety standards

Jeremy Marianayagam Structural Discipline Engineer


ConocoPhillips, Norway
1730

Expert Presentation:

Closing Remarks from the Chairperson and End of Day Two

Tarun Purohit Structure Engineering and Maintenance Manager


Petrofac, Malaysia
1730

Closing Remarks from the Chairperson and End of Day Two

w Post Conference Courses

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Wednesday 27th November 2013


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COURSE I: TECHNIQUES FOR LIFT AND INSTALLATION OF EQUIPMENT

COURSE II: LIFESPAN EXTENSION OF ASSETS

Session One:
Topside and Subsea Facility Components
Managing the offshore production challenges and field development issues
Leveraging on Topside Modular construction techniques, the necessary components
and their functions
Understanding the subsea design components and engineering necessary
for construction
Capitalising on the latest designs and advances in flowlines, well templates and
riser systems for effective EOR

Session One:
Asset Integrity Management from a Regulatory Perspective
Discussing the evolvement of the regulations and governing integrity management
of oil and gas assets
Leveraging on applicable strategies to incorporate international codes and standards
Assessing the Safety Integrity Levels (SIL) on platforms its application and verification
Capitalising on the best practices for integrity performance management the
health status of assets and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Session Two:
Operations, Risks, Costs and Regulations
Managing production decline through injection and pressure support
Evaluating the capital and operating cost components and issues
Incorporating technologies that can better manage corrosion issues, platform
stability and hydrodynamic systems
Session Three:
Improving Capacity of Oil and Gas through Innovative EOR Technologies
Selecting the latest technology to maximise productivity and efficiency through
improved design process and installation techniques
Leveraging on the necessary tools to make the right decision when selecting and
procuring the technology of choice
Guidelines and key indicators to make the right choice for a given project
Session Four:
Subsea Processing and Pumping of Well Fluids
Leveraging on deep offshore development technologies to enhance subsea gasliquid separation
Benefitting from the High Boost Pump technologies to recover deepwater oil and gas
Capitalising on weather-resistant coatings to offer cathodic protection and mitigate
local mechanical damage
Workshop Trainer:
Jeremy Marianayagam Structural Discipline Engineer
ConocoPhillips, Norway

Session Two:
Capitalising on the Key Success Factors to Enable Successful Integrity
Management Implementation
Incorporating structured auditing of integrity management processes
Integrating HSE and business critical equipment and Systems with the Management
of Change (MOC) process
Understanding how inappropriate modifications to an existing asset can lead to
major accidents or integrity failure examples of case studies
Session Three:
Integrity Management of Aging Facilities: Technological Advancements
Evaluating the effects of corrosion on assets and the corrosion management
systems available
Benefitting from the Pipeline Integrity Management System (PIMS) to enhance
piping lifespan
Mitigating internal and external corrosion through direct assessment
Leveraging on improved inspection management of pressure systems
Session Four:
Asset Lifecycle Integrity Requirements
Mitigating asset failure through performance management models
Leveraging on the best practices in material selection and corrosion control
Integrating project quality processes into operations
Workshop Trainer:
Colin Sample Equipment Reliability and Lubrication Management Consultant
Reliability Improvement Services, United Kingdom

Trainer for Course I: Techniques for Lift and Installation of Equipment


Jeremy Marianayagam Structural Discipline Engineer
ConocoPhillips, Norway
Jeremy Marian Marianayagam has over twenty three years of working experience in
structural design of offshore installations. At ConocoPhillips Norway, he is responsible for
structural technical solutions, concept and feasibility evaluations and cost estimations for
structural and mechanical structures. ConocoPhillips is an American company
headquartered in Texas USA. ConocoPhillips is an oil company with operations in Norway
since 1970.

Trainer for Course II: Lifespan Extension Of Assets


Colin Sample Equipment Reliability and Lubrication Management Consultant
Reliability Improvement Services, United Kingdom
Colin Sample possesses over 46 years of experience in mechanical engineering in the oil
and gas industry with 31 years in offshore platforms. He completed his apprenticeship with
ICI. He joined Marathon Oil (UK) Ltd in April 1982 and completed 31 years service with
the company in various roles in the North Sea Brae field. After retiring from Marathon and
the North Sea, Colin started his own company called RISL (Reliability Improvement Services
Limited) and where he is a senior reliability consultant attached with external oil and gas
companies embarking on a reliability improvement programme.

Course Programme Schedule:


0830
0900
1030
1100
1245
1400
1530
1600
1730

Morning Coffee and Registration


Morning Session Commences
Morning Refreshments and Networking Break
Morning Session Re-commences
Networking Luncheon
Afternoon Session Commences
Afternoon Refreshments and Networking Break
Afternoon Session Re-commences
Course Concludes

Who Should Attend:


Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, Chiefs, General Managers, Heads, Senior
Managers, Managers, Assistant Managers, Team Leaders, Superintendents,
Supervisors and Engineers from the following job areas:
Asset Integrity
Facilities
Structures
Mechanical
Inspection
Asset Management
Offshore Maintenance
Strategic Planning and Development
Offshore Reliability
Operations
Design
Project Management
Offshore Installation
HSE
Corrosion
This conference is recommended for all professionals involved in the design,
maintenance and operations of platforms, rigs, pipelines, FSO and FPSOs from the
following Industries and types of companies:
Oil and Gas Service Providers / Contractors
Oil and Gas
Offshore Integrity Management Companies

Why you Cannot Miss this Event:


The number of ageing offshore platforms has increased globally and a substantial number are
facing operation beyond their intended design life. With increasing focus on the state of offshore
installations as many approach and often exceed their original design life, there is a need for
practical and cost effective methods to assess facility condition and assist operators and
authorities in making decisions about the future investment / divestment of these assets.
Asset management programs must perform an annual assessment of their offshore structures
and should any significant change of the structural integrity of the structure be suspect, then
implementation of an appropriate repair or strengthening plan must be implemented sooner
rather than later. 90% of all offshore revenue utilises the requirement of offshore structures and
all oil operators should place top priority on the well being of their offshore structures to ensure
that it is failure free.
This conference is specifically designed to target professionals involved in the
complete life-cycle of offshore structures from conceptual design to asset integrity.
It will feature a combination of case studies and expert insights from key oil and gas players
operating in mature markets; and will facilitate discussion amongst renowned professionals from
leading oil and gas operating companies. Do not miss this opportunity to network with fellow
peers and position yourself amongst the best within the offshore industry.

Business Development Opportunities:


A limited amount of sponsorship opportunities are available for this conference. These
include, but are not limited to opportunity to present case studies, exhibit, host
networking functions, and benefit from the extensive branding and marketing exposure
generated throughout the lifecycle of the event.
For further information please contact Michelle Yap on
+603 2723 6611 or email MichelleY@marcusevanskl.com

Our Business Partner

Platinum Sponsor:

China Shipbuilding Trading (Pudong) Co., Ltd., located in Pudong,


Shanghai and a former department of CSTC, is a subsidiary company of CSTC.
It is especially experienced in the supply of marine equipment, materials and
technology. Its business lines also include industrial equipment, small vessels/boats,
ship repair and construction of steel structures like bridges.
The companys customer base is made up of many renowned names in the global
maritime industry.
The main range of products includes:
main/auxiliary engines and their components
propellers, shafting systems and rudder gears
deck machinery, hatch cover systems, anchor & anchor chains
lifeboat systems
outfitting, and interior materials
The company is now deploying more resources to offer a one-stop service on
marine equipment supply. This solution is becoming increasingly popular

Bronze Sponsor :

Yiu Lian Dockyards (Shekou) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of China Merchants
Industry Holdings Co., Ltd., was founded in 1989, and in 2008, moved to the new
location at Mazhou base, Shekou, Shenzhen, China. By covering a total area of 630,
000m2, the base operates along a coastline of 3, 400m; equipped with two VLCC
dry-docks with capacities of 300, 000dwt and over 300, 000dwt respectively, and
has two floating docks, which can handle vessels of 70, 000dwt and 30, 000dwt
respectively. Yiu Lian (Shekou) now is the biggest ship repair yard in China. The
business scope of Yiu Lian (Shekou) is Offshore Engineering Repair & Conversion,
Offshore / Offshore related new-building and also general ship docking and
repairing. Our target is to become a world-class shipyard for offshore engineering
repairing, conversion and new-building.

Supported By:

among shipyards because of its obvious benefits.

Associate Sponsor:
Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB) was established in 2009 by
Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Malaysia to further strengthen Malaysias business
tourism brand and position for the international business events market. A nonprofit organisation, MyCEB serves as a central hub to assist meeting and event
planners to bid for and stage international business events in Malaysia and act as a
conduit for national product development. MyCEBs goal is to improve its rankings
as an international meetings destination within International Congress and
Convention Association (ICCA) and to grow business tourism arrivals to Malaysia.

Hempel was founded in 1915 by J. C. Hempel, who introduced his idea for readymade marine paint with vision, great enthusiasm and enterprise. Today, more than
90 years later, the company has grown to become the largest independent supplier
of marine and protective coatings in the world.
Hempels greatest asset, its thousands of employees, are spread over five continents.
They work according to a one company principle, which means breaking down
geographical boundaries without jeopardising close contact with their valued
customers. The employees work together to provide customers in over 80 countries
with great service and fast delivery of high quality paint.
Hempel has 23 factories; including a new production facility in Poland, which is
Hempels largest in Europe, 48 sales offices, two main and six regional Research &
Development (R&D) centres, including a newly expanded R&D centre in Barcelona,
and over 150 stock points strategically located around the world.
Hempel paints are tailored to meet every climate and environmental condition that
might make an impact on customers requirements. And as a global organisation, it
aims to provide customers with service based on know-how

marcus evans would like to thank everyone who has helped with the research and
organisation of this event, particularly the speakers and their staff for their support
and commitment.

Testimonials from Past marcus evans Oil and Gas


Related Events:
Great roundtable discussions and sharing of best practices.
PETRONAS Carigali
This conference has flawlessly provided an excellent venue for participants
from various organisations to share best practices and enhanced
networking. Hence it will be my pleasure to recommend others to get the
same opportunity and experience through marcus evans.
Shell Sarawak E&P, Malaysia
Well organised. Very professional. Good corporate image.
RasGas Company Limited, Qatar
Experts had a lot of practical experience to share.
Conoco Phillips Indonesia
We hereby confirm benefits gained from such events where a variety
of industry delegates and disciplines are interacting to satisfy a vast
spectrum of industry requirements.
Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia

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framework of international cooperation projects, with a focus on the ASEAN. CEERD
provides information and knowledge on current issues and developments in energyenvironment affecting Asia and the Pacific and other regions in the framework of
consultancy projects sponsored by international and national agencies and the private
sector, and through research published or presented at national, regional and
international conferences.

This competitive global environment is taken as a challenge by Malaysian Society


for Engineering & Technology (MySET) to serve the Malaysian interest & the
global interest of engineering & technology professions. MySET aims to elevate its
members to a level that they can perform at the international arena, through its
professional development programmes, networking, examinations & international
benchmarking.

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