The Deepwater Forum 2012 (deepwater)
Venue: Kuala Lumpur
|Event Date/Time: Jul 03, 2012||End Date/Time: Jul 04, 2012|
|Registration Date: Jul 04, 2012|
|Abstract Submission Date: Apr 09, 2012|
|Paper Submission Date: Jun 01, 2012|
Two years after the worst offshore oil spill in U.S history, Mexico's state oil company is about to test its hand at drilling at extraordinary depths in the Gulf of Mexico. If all goes as planned, Petroleos de Mexico, known as Pemex, will deploy two state-of-the-art drilling platforms in May to an area just south of the maritime boundary with the United States. One rig will sink a well in 9,514 feet of water, while another will drill in 8,316 feet of water, then deeper into the substrata.
However, Pemex has no experience drilling at such depths. Mexico's oil regulator is sounding alarm bells, saying the huge state oil concern is unprepared for a serious deepwater accident or spill. Critics say the company has sharply cut corners on insurance, remiss over potential sky-high liability.
The Deepwater Forum 2012 has been exclusively tailored to address critical deepwater equipment integrity and disaster management issues as well as deepwater operators' uncertainties. This forum will also highlight the latest technology and techniques available in the market to help you maximise your organisation profitability with incresed production rates at deeper depths.
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We are expecting 80 participants with limited seats. Since you are interested, contact Kyle Law for more info.
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