Offshore Engineering China Conference 2012 will take place on 25-26 September at the Renaissance Shanghai Putuo Hotel, Shanghai, China. The conference is organized by UBM Conferences and is fully supported from SSNAOE.
High level speakers:
Peter HUANG, CEO, Subsea Engineering Inc.
Michael Timmcke, Engineering & Optimization Manager, Bohai Operations, Conoco Phillips
HE Changhai, Technical Director, CIMC Raffles
LI Qingping, Senior Technical Consultant, CNOOC Research Center
Muthu Chezhian, Director of Engineering, Wison Offshore & Marine
DAI Wenkai, Senior Vice President, ZPM
ZHANG Qipeng, Engineering Manager, SWS
Gijsbert de Jong, Plan Approval Office Manager, Bureau Verias Marine(China)
ZHAO Zhiming, Chief Advisor, China Petroleum &Petrol-Chemical Equipment Industry Association
Ketil Hox, Start-up Manager, Teekay Petroljarl
Jason Waldie, Assistant Managing Director, Douglas-Westwood
LIU Feng, Deputy Director, Research center for Oceans Law & Policy, National Institute for South China Sea Studies
YUE Qianjin, Professor, Dalian University of Technology
Offshore engineering will see a promising future amid the bullish crude oil price scenario, giving incentives to oil and gas operators and rig players to tap hydrocarbon reserves in deepwater areas. The need for replacing aging drilling platforms also gears up the fabrication momentum in China and elsewhere. Current trends tip to building drillships and floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) units for operations in Brazil, Gulf of Mexico, North Sea, Africa and Asia Pacific. China Offshore Engineering Symposium (COES) 2012 is designed to provide the latest information on offshore engineering with a focus on FLNG and drillship, aiming to share the knowledge of the up-to-date building concepts with the industry participants. It will address the issues on global rig demand scenario, fabrication focus, rig requirements by Chinese oil companies, capacity of Chinese yards and project financing.
Press Release, September 07, 2012