Event Date: 19-21 November 2012
Location: InterContinental Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Oil and gas is being increasingly exploited from mature provinces where the producing and transporting installations are of significant age compared with their original design life. The economics are still favourable for many facilities producing sub 10,000 boe per day or where the primary role is now one of collection and transport from more recent subsea tie-ins. 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.
Ninety per cent 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 and asset integrity, to decommissioning. 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.

The event is proudly supported by Malaysian Structural Steel Association and Universiti Teknologi Petronas.

Click here to view the Letter of Support.

Tailor-make your own programme by selecting from any of these streams:

Stream I  : Offshore Structures Design and Optimisation
Stream II  : Asset Integrity and Reliability
Stream III : Decommissioning

Stream I  : Offshore Structures Design and Optimisation
Stream II  : Asset Integrity and Reliability
Stream III : Decommissioning

Choice of three post conference interactive courses:
Course I: Formulation of Local Offshore Structures Engineering Standards
Course II: Asset Integrity and Reliability: Risk Based Inspection
Course III: Decommissioning Planning

More details about the streams YOU can choose:

Stream One
Offshore Structures Design and Optimisation
This stream will discuss optimisation strategies into the design of offshore structures to improve production and product quality in a cost effective manner

Stream Two
Asset Integrity and Reliability
Maintaining the structures with various AIM strategies to ensure reliability and safe operations of structures is the focal point of this stream

Stream Three
Plan your future decommissioning with expert insights and case studies from mature markets so that your decommissioning can be carried out smoothly and cost efficiently

For updated brochure or registration, please contact Ms Cherrie at CherrieK@marcusevanskl.com.

General enquiries

Cherrie Koay - Marketing Executive
Marketing Executive

Suite A-20-1, Level 20, Hampshire Place Office
157 Hampshire, 1, Jalan Mayang Sari,
50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

+603 2723 6662
Fax: +603 2723 6699
Email: CherrieK@marcusevanskl.com

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