Oil & Gas Communications South East Asia 2010: ‘Redefining the Digital Oilfield Onshore, Offshore, Deep & Ultra-Deepwater’ (O&GCSEA2010) brings the GVF & EMP Oil & Gas Communications Series to its landmark 10thevent and also the third annual conference in the Series for the South East Asia region.
Over two days O&GCSEA2010 will examine a combination of satellite-based communications, and integrated satellite-terrestrial hybrid communications solutions, to which the oil & gas industry upstream segment (and downstream segment) turns to play a vital role in providing the essential connectivity and access to vital networking applications.
The conference will take place at the Crowne Plaza Mutiara Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, over 23rd and 24th November, and will feature an extensive dialogue around key issues on the current regional oil & gas upstream exploration and production (E&P) – and downstream refining and distribution – communications and applications networking agenda. This will include a number of new topic areas brought to the top of the energy industry agenda by recent events in various parts of the global ‘oil & gas patch’, and in the wider international economy.
These additions to the list of applications and connectivity imperatives to be featured on the conference agenda will feature the ICT aspects of:
- Safety systems provision on oil & gas installations at sea;
- Pollution prevention and oil spill control from offshore infrastructure;
- Implications for E&P ICT in certain regions of the oil & gas patch arising from deep-water drilling moratoria in other hydrocarbon extraction ocean regions;
- The enhanced application of satellite-based security provisions related to the use of ‘Cloud’-based data traffic networking
These additions render even more compelling the reasons for an annual event which serves to facilitate a detailed ICT-oriented dialogue at the crucial interface of the demand for cutting-edge, cost-effective, communications solutions by the energy vertical and the supply of those solutions by the satellite communications industry.
Other aspects of the conference dialogue will include:
- The Satellite Operators’ Capacity-versus-Demand Dynamic: Developing Fixed & Mobile Service Market Strategies for Asia’s Oil & Gas Patch
- End-to-End Networking Solution Deployments: First, Last & the All the Miles In-Between with Integrated Satellite and Terrestrial Services for Asia’s Offshore Drilling Environment
- Revenue Stream Maximisation from Oil & Gas Vertical Customers: Matching the Vendor Offering to the Customer Requirement
- Commercial Applications in the Oil & Gas Sector Context: Helping Developers Get on the Satellite Wavelength!
- Interactive Distance Learning for the Upstream Team: Delivering Corporate Training to Increase Productivity in the Oil & Gas Sector
- Signal Interference Mitigation for Oil & Gas in South East Asia: Equipment Installer Certifications, Spectrum Security & Type Approvals
- The Acceleration & Compression Factor: Matching Evolving Technologies & Satellite Link Efficiencies to Oil & Gas Customer Requirements
- The Dynamics of the Oil & Gas Communications Technology Market: VAS in Project Deployment Case Studies
- Automation Upstream/Automation Downstream: Satellite-Based Networking Efficiencies from Digital Oilfield to Digital Refining and the Distribution Chain
- GVF Satellite Installation New Training Dynamics for Oil & Gas Communications in South East Asia
- Oil & Gas Communications and Social Responsibility: Merging Community & Profitability in the Patch
Leaders and experts from the oil & gas sector as well as the communications and commercial applications sectors will gather in one high-level forum, creating opportunities for companies in the oil & gas vertical to call upon all ICT solutions providers – terrestrial wireline, wirelesss, and satellite in the communications field, together with developers/vendors in the digital applications field – to match their offerings more closely to the specific demands and requirements of the onshore, offshore and deepwater ‘oil & gas patch’, and beyond. Such ICT solutions not only make E&P activities more efficient and cost-effective, but are also an ideal fit for streamlining supply chain management and refining processes, leveraging off information gathering from all data points along the supply chain, from production to delivery to the petrol pump. With reliable information sharing and collaboration between points on the supply chain, analysts, operators, and managers can optimize their communications and get product where it needs to be, when it needs to be there.
For further information on GVF Oil & Gas Communications South East Asia 2010 please visit the conference website at www.uk-emp.co.uk/3rd.O&G. SEAsia.2010/ or contact Martin Jarrold at firstname.lastname@example.org or Paul Stahl at email@example.com. Conference sponsorship options to support the Kuala Lumpur programme are still available, and details of the various benefits packages are available by email from Paul Stahl.