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22 - 25 MARCH 2022
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

OTC Asia Live: A Sneak Peek Into OTC Asia 2022!

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OTC Asia Live: A Sneak Peek Into OTC Asia 2022!

OTC Asia Live

Preview the comprehensive and multidisciplinary content of OTC Asia through curated live broadcasts, OTC Asia Live.

OTC Asia Live broadcasts feature conversations with industry experts and educational programmes highlighting the younger generation’s contribution to the offshore energy and resources sector.

 

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Executive Dialogue

The OTC Asia Executive Dialogue interviews are exclusive one-to-one interviews with the industry's top leaders on significant trends, technology breakthroughs and innovative business strategies.

 

Executive Dialogue

The OTC Asia Executive Dialogue interviews are exclusive one-to-one interviews with the industry's top leaders on significant trends, technology breakthroughs and innovative business strategies.

Executive Dialogue

The OTC Asia Executive Dialogue interviews are exclusive one-to-one interviews with the industry's top leaders on significant trends, technology breakthroughs and innovative business strategies.


 

Executive Dialogue

The OTC Asia Executive Dialogue interviews are exclusive one-to-one interviews with the industry's top leaders on significant trends, technology breakthroughs and innovative business strategies.


 

Executive Dialogue

The OTC Asia Executive Dialogue interviews are exclusive one-to-one interviews with the industry's top leaders on significant trends, technology breakthroughs and innovative business strategies.


Executive Dialogue

The OTC Asia Executive Dialogue interviews are exclusive one-to-one interviews with the industry's top leaders on significant trends, technology breakthroughs and innovative business strategies.


Panel: A Vision of the Offshore Petroleum Industry in 2050

The most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report1. has clearly identified global warming and associated climate change as an existential threat that can be mitigated by reducing emissions of greenhouse gasses.  Offshore technologies will help shape the petroleum industry in the coming 28 years as it moves towards carbon neutrality (no net green-house gas emissions to the atmosphere).
 
The future the offshore petroleum industry will depend on political, commercial and technological factors.  There is also an interdependency between each of these factors, for example science and technology, through climate modelling, has already been the driver in setting the political agenda around climate change.  Technology and technology development will continue to hold centre stage in the future.
 
Relevant technologies include CCTUS (carbon capture, transport, utilisation, sequestration), blue hydrogen and ammonia transport and production, power generation to grid, and fugitive methane emission reduction and renewables.


 

University R&D Showcase

This University R&D live session features the China University of Petroleum showcasing their research project titled “A Flowback Analysis Method of Estimating Fracture Properties in Shale Reservoirs”.

University R&D Showcase

This University R&D live session features the University of Nottingham showcasing their research project titled “The Capture Value Problem for Offshore Wind - and a Possible Solution Based on Air Compression”.

University R&D Showcase

This University R&D live session features the China University of Petroleum showcasing their research project titled “Process Simulation and Optimisation for Acid Gas Removal System in Natural Gas Processing".

University R&D Showcase

This University R&D live session features the University of Nottingham showcasing their research project titled “An Integrated Simulation-Optimisation Strategy of Triethylene Glycol Natural Gas Dehydration System”

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