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AOG 2015

LEADING PROCESS CONTROL COMPANIES

COMING TOGETHER FOR AOG 2015 The world’s leading oil and gas industry process control specialists are coming together in Perth next year for the annual Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition and Conference (AOG).

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orld-famous names in instrumentation and control, such as Endress+Hauser, Fastwave Communications, Krohne Oil & Gas, Pepperl+Fuchs, Prochem, Samson Controls, Yokogawa, Weidmüller and Weir Oil & Gas, will be displaying their latest technology breakthroughs at AOG 2015, which will be staged at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre over three days from 11-13 March. Instrumentation, control and automation, as well as non-destructive testing and condition monitoring, will also feature in separate specialist zones at AOG 2015, with strong content support being provided by the Institute of Instrumentation Control and Automation (IICA) and the Australian Institute for Non Destructive Testing (AINDT). A major stream on new trends in flow assurance will be held on day 1 of the conference. The day-long stream will include the following presentations: • ‘Designing Robust MEG Distribution Systems for Offshore Gas Condensate Developments’, by Jeff Zhang and Paul Oakley from Wood Group Kenny. • ‘Reducing the Cost of Hydrate Management by Under-Dosing Thermodynamic Inhibitors’, by Professor Eric May, Winthrop Professor from The University of Western Australia. • ‘Challenges in Offshore Methane Hydrate Production’, by Tzuu Shing Ng, and Lars Noekleberg from OneSubsea. • ‘Subsea Processing Drivers, Technical Constraints and Production Recoverability for Longer and Deeper Gas Field Developments’, by Terry Woods from INTECSEA. • ‘Dynamic Simulation of Subsea Multiphase Pumping System and its Implication to Optimize Full System Operability’, by Dianita Sandy from FMC Technologies. • ‘Artificial Lift Selection in Deep-Water Oil Field in Western Australia’, by Luca Letizia from OneSubsea and Tim Nallipogu from Woodside. “We are really excited about our close working relationship with the IICA and the AINDT in establishing the Instrumentation Control and Automation Zone at AOG in 2015 and we are pleased to see so

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many of the big names in that sector of the oil and gas industry participating in our exhibition and conference,” AOG Event Director at Diversified Communications Bill Hare said. “We are looking forward to a record-breaking event in 2015 and have added a number of new innovations to the AOG 2015 program as we look to help build capabilities for the future of the Australian oil and gas sector, through bringing together key thinkers and achievers from around the globe.” AOG 2015 will once again be a key event on the world oil and gas calendar, with a significant amount of individual global participation and major international pavilions on show in 2015. It has been bringing together global and local oil and gas industry leaders and providing a showcase for technical and technological breakthroughs in Perth for over 30 years. As Australasia’s largest oil and gas industry event, it is expected to attract over 600 exhibitors from more than 20 countries and to bring more than 15,000 visitors, exhibitors and delegates from around the world to the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre from 11-13 March 2015. For more details on AOG 2015, visit the event website at http://www.aogexpo.com.au/.

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