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British Subsea companies urged to consider opportunities in Asia


Published Nov 24, 2015
Neil Gordon - Subsea UK chief executive

The potential for British expertise in the subsea hubs of Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia will be explored at the fifth annual Subsea Asia conference this week.

Organised by industry body Subsea UK and sponsored by Wood Group Kenny (WGK), the event takes place at the Dharmawangsa Jakarta Hotel, Indonesia tomorrow (Tuesday 24th November).

Subsea Asia provides a platform for suppliers in the offshore industry to meet potential clients and showcase technology and expertise that can meet the demand in Asia – a region which continues to grow despite the lower oil price.

Neil Gordon, chief executive of Subsea UK, said: “At a time when output from mature wells is declining and Asia’s need for energy is at its highest, operators are being pushed to explore more difficult fields in the search for oil and gas.

Tags: Subsea UK




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