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update on 2011-05-10
The event is expected to attract over 22,000 visitors from 60 countries and regions. Some 1,400 companies from 50 countries are expected to take up the exhibition space available, which includes the conference halls, banquet hall and ballroom on Level 3. This amounts to more than 17,000 sq m of space within the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
These companies will showcase technology in the fields of exploration, production, and transportation within the oil, gas and petroleum industry. The exhibitors will be displaying marine equipment, offshore well equipment, sub-sea technologies and reservoir evaluation, just to name a few.
Eight international group pavilions are expected to participate, including Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Norway, The Netherlands, UK and US.
Running alongside the event will be the Subsea Asia conference held once again on June 2, 2011 at the KLCC Convention Centre. The conference will be the sixth edition of successful technical programmes organised in Malaysia by the industry’s leading association, Subsea UK. Previous editions have been held each year since 2006 drawing presenters and delegates from around the region.
The conference will again bring together the major industry players from around Asia and beyond. The focus will be on dissemination of new and existing subsea technology and most importantly, the exchange of ideas and practical knowledge.
Since its inception in 1989, the OGA series has grown an average of 204 percent, becoming a mirror of the investments into Malaysia. From an initial exhibition space of 5,000 sq metres, it increased to 17,000 sq metres. In addition, visitor numbers grew from 8,000 to nearly 22,000.
OGA 2009 attracted 1,337 exhibitors from 49 countries and saw 21,787 visitors from 57 countries. International pavilions that participated included Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, UK and US.
This year’s installation is fully supported by the Government of Malaysia and SIRIM and is endorsed by Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE).
June 1 – 3, 2011
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia