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Finding ways to do more with subsurface, drilling and production data

Doing more with data - Kuala Lumpur, October 24-25, 2012

Finding Petroleum / Digital Energy Journal is running 2 one day conferences in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on October 24 and 25 on doing more with drilling and subsurface data.

These 2 events will present the most exciting new technology to help manage and work with all aspects of data in the upstream oil and gas industry.

The conferences are for people who want to learn about new ideas and new technologies to make their data work harder, to improve efficiency and safety of drilling, ability to find new reservoirs and extend existing ones, and maximise production.

The events are scheduled to follow with the Energistics National Data Repositories conference in KL on October 21-24.

Attendance is free - register now to secure your place.

October 24 - Doing more with drilling data

October 25 am - Doing more with subsurface data


October 25 pm - Getting data tools implemented faster

 

The aim is
(i) to make it easier for people working in KL oil and gas companies and service companies to find out more about the latest new technology to help manage data, and
(ii) to provide technology companies attending the National Data Repositories event with a chance to meet a local audience during the same trip.

The events will be free to attend.

For days 1 and 2, we will look for financial contributions from speakers - in the range 14600 MYR / USD 4760 / GBP 3000 for a morning slot and MYR 9750 / USD 3200 / GBP 2000 for an afternoon slot. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

For enquiries about sponsorship and speaking please contact our sales manager John Finder on +44 208 150 5292, e-mail jfinder@onlymedia.co.uk

 Further information about our plans /structure for each event is on the respective event page.

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