OSEA2012 Conference to Address Oil & Gas Industry Challenges and Innovations (Singapore)

OSEA2012 International Conference, the region’s foremost platform where leaders and experts in the Oil & Gas industry congregate, will return to reveal an exciting line up of conference tracks from 27 to 30 November at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore.

The four day OSEA2010 International Conference was attended by over 200 speakers and delegates from 30 countries/regions. Refreshed for 2012, the Conference is structured into four tracks that delve into important topics such as the global outlook and its impact on Asia, commercial trends and challenges, revolutionary technological innovations in Offshore Development & Production, Offshore Safety Management, Natural Gas & LNG Developments, as well as a Technical Programme focusing on facilities engineering, enhancing production operations, and energy management and sustainability.

Spotlight on Commerical Challenges, Technological Innovations

As more and more sources of oil and gas are found offshore of countries such as China, India, Indonesia and Vietnam, the need to further improve the techniques, technologies, and health, safety and environmental sustainability measures currently used by the oil and gas industry in Asia is becoming more important than ever.

The OSEA2012 International Conference will uncover the latest ideas and innovative techniques that can optimise production and streamline costs, initiate discussions on ground-breaking technologies and their applications, and shed light on how such techniques and technologies can help advance business operations. The Conference will also impart to participants practical advice and tips to resolve current offshore production, HSE and technical challenges.

Renowned speakers from leading O&G giants

Leaders and practitioners of many of the world’s leading companies from the oil and gas industry will be speaking at the OSEA2012 International Conference. Confirmed speakers include Keith Lewis from the Subsea Well Response Project (SWRP) – a non-profit joint initiative of nine major oil and gas companies, BG Group, BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, Petrobras, Shell, Statoil and Total who will speak on enhancing the international well incident response capabilities.

Thomas Jamowski of Herrenknecht Vertical will focus his presentation on discussing the automated offshore deep-drilling rig used for the first time in the North Sea. Saleh Al-Rasheedi of Kuwait Oil Company will share his views on the benefits of a “Reservoir Analysis Tool” that has been developed by the company to improve reservoir management and bring wells back on production as part of their well depletion-containment strategy, amongst many others.

“I am pleased to be able to share SWRP’s collaboration on the new integrated intervention system at OSEA2012 International Conference. Preparedness is extremely important in any operation and to be able to speak about SWRP’s work at this important event will further enhance this industry-led initiative,” says Mr. Keith Lewis, Project Manager, SWRP.

“The OSEA2012 International Conference is a relevant stage to share new technologies, approaches and innovation to engage peers, industry and government leaders from the region. I am excited to be presenting Kuwait Oil Company’s work on new developments in optimising production with fellow colleagues from the industry,” comments Mr. Saleh Al-Rasheedi, Reservoir Engineer, Field Development Group, Kuwait Oil Company.

The OSEA2012 International Conference is held concurrently with the OSEA2012 exhibition and provides an invaluable platform for discussion on commercial challenges and technological innovations. Established since 1976, OSEA is Asia’s most important business technology event, which gathers key companies from around the globe in an extensive showcase of products, solutions and technologies for the Oil and Gas industry.

Press Release, August 02, 2012