26-28 June, 2018Seoul & Busan Korea

Country session

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Malaysia Session

말레이시아 국기
Malaysia is one of the fastest growing economies in the Asia Pacific region boasting large reserves and a growing talented workforce. The country’s flourishing oil and gas (O&G) industry has created robust market opportunities for businesses in the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors. The world’s demand for oil is driven by Asia and its emerging market, and also bolstered by renewed optimism in the oil market, whereby the crude oil price is averaged more than US$70 per barrel. The Government is working together with PETRONAS to make Malaysia as the regional deep water oilfield services hub, targeting an annual growth of five per cent until 2020.

The country session will provide a platform for Korean O&G players to have a first-hand take on Malaysia’s plans to be the Asia Pacific hub for O&G industry. The O&G industry players could tap on the latest opportunity that have taken place in Malaysia which could be useful in charting their overseas plan.
  • Date : October 10, 2018
    Place : Room 205
  • Chair
    Mohamad Reduan Mohd Zabri (Director, Malaysian Investment Development Authority)
  • Speakers
16:40-17:00 Business Opportunities in the Oil & Gas Industry in Malaysia
Masni Muhammad (Director, Malaysian Investment Development Authority)
17:00-17:20 Malaysian Oil & Gas Industry Outlook
Samsudin Miskon (Vice President, Group Procurement, Project Delivery & Technology, PETRONAS)
17:20-17:40 (Malaysia) How to Succeed on Downturn
Ili Farhana Binti Mohamed Razman (General Manager, Business Development, KONG OFFSHORE MALAYSIA SDN. BHD.)

China Session

중국 국기
The shipbuilding technology in China has been rapidly developed under the government's leadership. The government has selected the shipbuilding as one of the top 10 developing industries as the "China's 2025" announced increasing of its share of orders for high value-added ships up to 40 percent by 2020. As of June 2018, China has become the world's largest supplier in the oil and gas by winning orders for 576,83CGT (37 ships) and China's Technip-Cosco has also awarded the contract for the floating oil production, storage, and offloading (FPSO) that will be installed in British Petroleum (BP)'s Tortue gas field development project.

This session provides the introduction of China's major shipbuilders, COSCO and BOMESC as well as information on offshore plant, case studies and its visions in the industry.
  • Date : October 11, 2018
    Place : Room 205
  • Chair
    Ryu Ji Sung (China Representative, COENS)
  • Speakers
11:00-11:30 New building FPSO Challenges for UK North Sea
Luo Ziliang (Chief Designer & Design Section Manager, COSCO)
11:30-12:00 Electrical Building Business
Stefan Wipraechtiger (Senior Design Manager, BOMESC)