(EnergyAsia, May 27, Wednesday) — The ‘12th Asian Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Exhibition (OGA) 2009’ will be held in Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre in Malaysia from June 10 to 12.
Organisers Malaysian Exhibition Services said the event – the largest in the OGA series – has attracted more than 1,000 participating companies and will showcase over RM100 billion worth of technology and products. (US$1=RM3.5).
The exhibition will display the latest technology in the fields of exploration, production and transportation as well as marine equipment, offshore well equipment, sub-sea technologies and reservoir evaluation.
Fully supported by the government of Malaysia, SIRIM and the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE), OGA 09 is targeted to attract over 20,000 visitors.
Key exhibitors include Aker Solutions, Cameron, Delcom, ExxonMobil, Global Process Systems, M3nergy, Neural Oilfield, Olio Resources, SapuraCrest, Scomi, Shell, Siemens, Sime Darby, Tanjung Offshore, Technip, UMW Oil and Gas, and Weatherford.
Malaysian Exhibition Services general manager Alun Jones said: “According to Bank Negara, the Malaysian economy is expected to perform better in the second half of 2009 as the fiscal stimulus packages announced by the government are implemented and the effects of the supportive monetary environment kick in.
“Thus OGA 09 offers exhibitors and trade investors opportunities for establishing new partnerships and significantly enhancing their business.
“It is an excellent platform for those in the industry to update themselves on the technological front as it will showcase a comprehensive range of exhibits, including a wide spectrum of the latest innovations, precision engineering tools and equipment, as well as the latest technological advancements in the business.”
The ‘Subsea Asia Conference’ will be held concurrently with OGA 2009 on June 11. Speakers at the conference include experts from Perry Slingsby, First Subsea, Framo Engineering, NCS Survey, Deep Ocean Subsea Control Innovation and Flexlife.
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