Join our Study Tour to Malaysia and Australia

Given the market prospects in Malaysia and Australia we invite you and your company to join our study tour to Kuala Lumpur and Perth. The study tour will be organized as part of our visit to Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference in February.

Published: 20 December 2012

Location: Kuala Lumpur & Perth
Time: 12.02.2013 - 22.02.2013

Considering the high level of activity in these areas NCE Subsea organizes a study tour to Malaysia and Australia. The tour will be taking place in conjunction with Australasian Oil & Gas, held in Perth 20. – 22. February 2013.

Who can participate?

Participation in the study tour is open to everybody interested in joining, but is organized particularly to accommodate partners and members in NCE Subsea. Non-members are charged a differentiated price for the study tour.

More information about AOG 2013 (new window).

Why participate?

Go to listing on our Events Calendar for some highlights from the program, practical information, details on cost and registration. Register for participation by Monday 21.January.

Questions?

For any further questions about the study tour, please contact CEO Trond Olsen on trond.olsen@ncesubsea.no or phone +47 481 08 864.


About the Malaysian and Australian markets

In Malaysia there are currently more than 100 producing fields, and they have found additional 300 fields yet to be developed. Authorities’ ambitions are to be the #1 oilfield service hub in Asia by 2017, thus creating 40.000 new jobs by 2020. Their way forward is to attract major international service companies and to develop local champions in size and technical expertise. This strategy is well known from the development of the Norwegian oil service industry.

INTSOK’s annual market report, delivered by Rystad Energy, states that Australia is ranked as a top 30 producer of oil and gas globally. Australia has no prescriptive local content policy in place for the oil and gas sector. The Australian subsea market is expected to be US$ 3,2Bn in 2013, only overtaken by Angola, Brasil, GoM, Norway and UK.