Understanding The Journey To Decommissioning
15 Jan 2018 — 16 Jan 2018
The Decommissioning of unused oil and gas infrastructures is a complex process undertaken after the asset’s ‘glory days,’ when ageing facilities can no longer justify their intended or current purpose. While some countries have been performing decommissioning for many decades, Malaysia is just beginning to see the need for a greater understanding for this procedure. With over 300 fixed offshore platforms in the country of which more than half are approaching the end of their intended service life, reality is starting to sink in that many of these platforms may have to be removed or dealt with in the near future. To date, only a handful of fixed offshore platforms in Malaysian waters have been decommissioned and so far, performed without a proper governing localized regulatory framework.
To address these issues, join us for this special event on “Understanding The Journey to Decommissioning - Malaysia’s roadmap to cost efficient solutions: lessons from global industry leaders”, organised by the British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (BMCC) Energy Committee and the Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council (MOGSC)
This is a paid event at RM150.00 nett for BMCC or MOGSC Members or RM300.00 nett for non-members.
Kindly RSVP by the 29th December.
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