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The 15th Offshore Asia Pacific Conference was launched at Kuala Lumpur.
From January 15th to 16th,hosted by CDMC Events Group, Guided by Malaysian Petroleum Industry Association,the 15th Offshore Asia Pacific Conference was launched at Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
In response to the national "One Belt and One Road" policy, actively implementing the "Going Global" strategy for offshore industry ,this conference aims to build a platform for offshore oil and gas exchanges between China and Southeast Asia. The conference brought  representatives from China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, More than 350 industry leaders and experts in the oil industry from Angola, Brazil, India, the United Kingdom, the United States and other countries. 
Important speakers at a glance
Prahoro Nurtjahyo, Senior Advisor for Investment and Development
of Infrastructure, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
(ESDM) Indonesia
Thom Payne, Director, Douglas Westwood
U Than Minn, Deputy Managing Director,Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE)
Megat Zariman Abdul Rahim, Vice President, Commercial Offshore
Marine Services, Bumi Armada Berhad
Hernando Caceres, Country Manager Malaysia, DNV GL
Gde Pradnyana, Vice Chairman of Oil and Gas Section, TheIndonesian Institution of Engineers
Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha, President, Malaysian Oil & Gas ServicesCouncil (MOGSC)
Yan Bastian, Upstream Project Investment, Pertamina
Delcio Henjengo, Senior Oil and Gas Industry Professional, Angola
Gianluca Orlandi, Project Manager, Bumi Armada Berhad
Ken Dai, Director of Product Marketing Dept., Hytera
Zahar Mohd Hashim Zainuddin, CEO, Sabah InternationalPetroleum
Zakwan Hakeem, Business Development Manager | Subsea AsiaPacific, TechnipFMC
CHEN Yunxiang, Chairman of Business & Finance Committee,
Malaysia China Chammber of Commerce


Issues on the conference–-
Offshore Projects Prospects and Future Opportunities inIndonesia: How to Deal with the Challenges;
Offshore Asia: Market Outlook & Key Trends;
The Opportunities and Challenges In Building New OffshoreExploration Plan Under New Energy Advocating Policies;
FPSO Redeployment: Opportunities and Challenges;
Energy Transition Outlook: A Global and Regional Forecast of theEnergy Transition to 2050;
The Great Future for Offshore Oil and Gas in SoutheastAsia: Where Challenges and Opportunities Coexist;
Concept Selection for Deepwater Production Platform inBenign Environment;
Catalysing Regional Growth in Oil & Gas;
Economic Analysis on SEA Offshore Asset: Challenges andOpportunities;
Oil and Gas Industry in SubSaharan Africa;
Shift the Offshore Future Oil and Gas Industry viaTechnical Evolution: Searching the Best-Fit DigitalizationTechnology;
Successful Conversion Of An Existing Moss-Tank LNG CarrierInto Malta’s First FSRU;
Hytera Critical Communication Solution for Offshore Oil & GasIndustry;
FPSO RATU NUSANTARA: Challenges Then and Now;
Effective Measures for Better Projects Managements ofOffshore Oil and Gas Projects;
Business Opportunities within the “Belt and Road” Initiative;
The participants discussed in depth the development trend of the oil and gas industry in the Asia-Pacific including Malaysia, Indonesia and Southeast Asia, the orientation of the policy and the prospect of cooperation in the future. Guests at the conference held a positive attitude towards the upcoming rally in oil prices and said they would optimistically respond to the opportunities and challenges of the industry. 2018 will be the year in which some deep-water projects will restart. For the deep-water industry practitioners, it not only brings new opportunities but also faces new challenges.

After the first day of the conference,the organizers carefully prepared a gala dinner for the guests. While enjoying Malaysian cuisine and fine wines, deputies not only delight their body and soul but also enhance their friendship. During the entire dinner, the atmosphere with all delegates involved, was warm and active.
From January 17 to January 18, the organizers led a delegation of China's marine industry enterprises to conduct an in-depth study of Malaysia's local offshore oil and gas benchmarking companies and institutions - MPRC , Bumi Armada Berhad, Sapura Energy Berhad, MISC, MIDA, MOGSC .
During the 15th Offshore Asia Pacific Conference, a number of media co-reported help promote the branding of the conference. Both domestic and foreign media conducted co-operation reports the conference. Upstream, iiicorp, Maps & Globe Specialist ,and etc. The Organizing Committee established a bridge of communication for important guests and industry media, and recommended and arranged more interviews for both parties at the scene.

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