OTC Asia

OTC ASIA 2020

17 – 19 AUGUST 2020 | KUALA LUMPUR CONVENTION CENTRE, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

EXCELLENCE IN ASIA


Creating a Sustainable Energy Equation –
The Next 50 Years

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Conference Programme

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1030
  1. Foyer, Level 3
    30 mins
    • ePoster
    The current presentation date and time shown is a TENTATIVE schedule. The final/confirmed presentation schedule will be notified/available middle of February 2020.
0830
  1. Conference Hall 1, Level 3
    510 mins
    • Development Programme
    The Teachers Workshop invites 50 local high school science teachers to learn how to teach energy topics in a hands-on, innovative way. Educators will receive comprehensive, objective information about ...
1230
  1. Grand Ballroom, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Breakfast/Luncheon
1530
  1. 30 mins
1600
  1. Plenary Theatre, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Panel
    Many new projects and technology developments have taken place in recent years, such as gas FPSO, floating LNG, small scale gas processing plants, monetisation of highly contaminated natural gas field ...
  2. Banquet Hall, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Country
    In this Thailand Country Session, the panellists will discuss: Technical achievements: WHP topside re-utilisation, which is an unique technology developed in the Gulf of Thailand Opportunities and off ...
1700
  1. 60 mins
    • Networking Events
    • Recognition Programmes
    OTC Asia recognises innovative technologies with the Spotlight on New Technology®  Award. This recognition programme is exclusively for OTC Asia exhibitors. The programme recognises the latest and mos ...
1730
  1. Exhibition Halls
    90 mins
    • Networking Events
0900
  1. Room 410, Level 4
    90 mins
    • Technical Panel
    The key focus of this session is the present realities of seabed mining and the challenges arising from them. Cutting-edge technologies and environmental impact assessments required for subsea mining ...
  2. Plenary Theatre, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Panel
    At the heart of digital transformation is the use of digital technology to generate, collect and analyse data to drive business decisions and capture value. Utilising data is not new to offshore oil a ...
  3. Banquet Hall, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Panel
    Most companies believe that climate change is a reality and have developed strategies to address it. But are they covering all the key issues and risks? Our panellists will address: • Strategies for m ...
1100
  1. Plenary Hall, Level 1
    90 mins
    • CEO/Plenary
    The energy sector has witnessed increased application of new technologies, formed new collaborations, and enhanced business models to remain relevant and resilient in a dynamic energy landscape. Incre ...
1230
  1. Grand Ballroom, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Recognition Programmes
    • Breakfast/Luncheon
    The OTC Asia Distinguished Achievement Awards, modelled after the prestigious awards at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), recongises major technological, humanitarian, environment, and leaders ...
1400
  1. Room 410, Level 4
    90 mins
    • Technical Panel
    Drilling and well services represent a major share of an operator’s expenditure; both for well construction as well as in the lifecycle of field operations. Studies by McKinsey and Rystad Energy have ...
  2. Plenary Theatre, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Panel
    FPSO solutions are expected to continue to expand as a major offshore oil and gas production approach for the industry in the near future. FPSO solutions are versatile as they can be utilised in deep ...
  3. Banquet Hall, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Country
    Malaysia has been a highly preferred investment destination for many years.  This can be attributed to its attractive tax policies, competitive investment incentives, highly-skilled workforce, and its ...
1600
  1. Plenary Theatre, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Panel
    In 2020, decommissioning of idle iron is coming to the forefront. International oil companies and national oil companies are moving forward with their decommissioning plans, producing budget forecasts ...
  2. Banquet Hall, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Panel
    There is a large and growing gap in the capabilities of professionals involved in the exploration and production of oil and gas needed to provide energy sufficient to sustain economic growth. This cap ...
0830
  1. Conference Hall 1, Level 3
    540 mins
    • Development Programme
    The Next Wave programme is tailored for energy professionals under the age of 36 or with less than 10 years working experience in the energy industry. Between 150-200 professionals are expected to par ...
0900
  1. Plenary Theatre, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Panel
    Deepwater fields have huge volumes of reserves globally and remain challenging at various phases of exploration, development, production, operation and decommissioning. Exploitation of resources in de ...
  2. Banquet Hall, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Country
    The success of exploring within and sharing of petroleum resources from an overlapping continental shelf claimed by two countries involves thorough discussions and agreements over a long period of tim ...
1100
  1. Plenary Theatre, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Panel
    The fourth industrial revolution, the rise of unconventionals, the new energy-trading map, and the changing nature of demand and supply, all pose challenges and opportunities for industry players. Wha ...
  2. Banquet Hall, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Country
    Canada is the world’s sixth largest energy producer and the fifth largest net exporter. In 2018, Canada’s oil and gas domestic exports totalled over C$119 billion. As the world shifts towards a low ca ...
1230
  1. Ballroom 1, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Breakfast/Luncheon
  2. Ballroom 2, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Breakfast/Luncheon
1600
  1. Plenary Theatre, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Panel
    Asia’s renewable energy sector has been growing steadily over the last few years. Rapid urbanisation and industrialisation throughout the region has caused an acceleration in the rate of energy consum ...
  2. Banquet Hall, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Country
    Indonesia’s increasing energy consumption resulting from encouraging economic growth, urges the country to sustain its oil and gas production originating mostly from maturing fields and to discover ne ...
1730
  1. Conference Hall 2, Level 3
    90 mins
    • Networking Events

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