Confirmed Distinguished Speakers at DAP 2012:
Mohamad Johari Dasri
VP, Production Malaysia,
PETRONAS Development & Production
Baris Sitorus
VP Project Management
Wallace Pescarini
Vice President, Deepwater Operations
Schlumberger Oilfield Services
Hans Schwing
Vice President- SE Asia New Ventures,
Murphy Oil
Le Thi Hoang Mai
Viet Nam Administration of Sea and Island
K.Asdakorn Limpiti
Vice President,
Strategy and Capability Development Division, PTTEP
Richard Ward
President of Asia Pacific,
Baker Hughes
Brett Smith,
Managing Director – Australia,
Oceaneering International Inc
Ben Gedge,
S E Asia Business Development Manager,
Jason Waldie,
director for DW’s Asian business,
Ta Hong Thai,
Partner, Tax & Corporate Services,
KPMG Limited
Tony Nguyen,
Managing Director,
EP Legal
Markus Voege,
VP – Operations and Production,
Drydocks World
Rudisham Marjohan,
Area Sales Manager,
Framo Eng
Shreenaath Natarajan,
Technical Directo,
2H Offshore Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd
Dr Philippe Guibert (Nga Doan),
Regional Medical Director,
SE Asia International SOS Vietnam
Rajeev Goyal,
ASEAN C & P Business Development Director,
Paul Aston
Hloman Fenwick Willan LLP
Chanaka Kumarasinghe
Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
Deepwater Asia Pacific Awards!
The inaugural Deepwater Asia Pacific Awards is designed to identify and reward those companies who have demonstrated an unparalleled ability to succeed and have continually set standards of excellence. Under the guidance of DAP, we will set five prizes, aiming to recognize and honor the excellent efforts and accomplishments of oil companies, subsea system suppliers, drilling companies as well as outstanding equipment contributors in oil sector.



    Deepwater Asia Pacific Market Overview:

  • Asia's place in the world of offshore oil and gas exploration and production is growing in importance as industry activity in the region continues to gain momentum. Total regional capital expenditure will exceed $90 billion during the period 2012-2015. Whilst, Vietnam Oil output will continue to edge higher over the next few years as production from new fields and oil output are expected to peak in 2015, at 407,530 b/d.
  • Over the course of two decades Vietnam emerged as an important oil and natural gas producer in Southeast Asia. Vietnam has boosted exploration activities,
    allowed for greater foreign company investment and cooperation in the oil and gas sectors, and introduced market reforms to support the energy industry. These measures have helped Vietnam to increase oil and gas production.
  • PetroVietnam intends to award exploration licenses for 9 blocks in the offshore basin by mid-2012. A limited bidding round was held in 2008 for 7 blocks and subsequently signed 4 PSCs were signed. Between 2009 and 2010, another 19 PSCs were signed on an ad hoc basis.
  • The offshore sector is one of the most complex businesses in the world. Very many, high diverse companies-from super majors to small service providers-have to work together seamlessly to maximize the output and the undergoing increasing complexity would very well trigger a new round of industry consolidatio

Partial Projects in South East Asia:

Project Year Nation
Rajasthan Block, Barmer 2009
Gajah Baru Field 2011
Kashagan Offshore Oilfield 2012
Gumusut-Kakap Deepwater Oil and Gas 2012
Wortel Gas Field 2012
Su Tu Trang (White Lion) Field 2012-2015
Su Tu Nau (Brown Lion) Field 2012-2015
Hai Su Trang (White Sea lion) Field 2013
Hai Su Den (Black Sea lion) Field 2013
Manora Oil Field 2014

Our 7 Takeaways from DAP 2012:

  • Meet the utmost oil and gas decision makers, offshore operators, service providers, contractors, and key figures from across South East Asia and develop future business partnerships
  • Interact with international oil majors and leading offshore EPCs to shape a best entry strategy
  • Build new relationships with key clients and strengthen your existing presence in the sector
  • Gain direct, firsthand experience from respected C-level representatives from the world major petroleum operators, suppliers and legislators.
  • Analyze Vietnam’s deepwater reserves and its offshore E&P technology import requirements
  • Discover demand for technology imports and offshore infrastructure investment
  • Identify the latest developments in the region’s petroleum industry

See What Your Peers Said:

“Very professional organizers, good questions and knowledgeable topics.”
-- Executive Advisor to the Head, BPMIGAS

“Interaction between delegates was great – gave plenty of opportunity to promote conversations.”
-- General Manager, FMC technologies

“Excellent knowledge and understanding of this aspect of the industry, capable speaker with the ability to pass his knowledge to the audience.”
-- Executive Vice President, PTTEP

“This Conference was an excellent means to network as well as obtain information from the professionals and experts in the field.”
-- Vice President, Schlumberger