May 17 2011 - May 20 2011 | download iCal
Based on the projects currently considered commercial, global deepwater production is expected to reach a peak of approximately 11 million boe/d in the 2010 to 2015 period. Near- throughmedium-term output will be dominated by Brazil, the GOM, and Norway, while longer-term volumes become more evenly distributed between these regions and West Africa. In Asia, the expenditure of deepwater exploration & production keeps rising as NOCs like Petronas, Petrovietnam, PTTEP and CNOOC are becoming more aggressive. The partnerships between IOCs and NOCs proved to be effective in Malaysia, Indonesia and South China Sea, and we have full reasons to expect Asia’ deepwater activities are booming. “Explore Deeper, Operate Safer” is this year’s theme of the event. 3rd Annual Deepwater Asia Congress is set to become the effective platform for all the market players to share ideas, to gain new insights and visions and to network with industry leaders. Supported by China Ministry of Land & Resources, endorsed by IMCA , CNOOC and PetroChina, 3rd Deepwater Asia Congress 2011 will bring together over 400 industry leaders and experts from more than 25 countries and continue to offer executives of offshore oil & gas industry the most informative conference on the latest development of technologies and key deepwater projects.
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