Show Brochure

Held in conjunction with:
The 10th International Oil and Gas Exploration,
Production and Refining Exhibition
Oil and Gas Production using Subsea and Deep water Systems
Conference :
4 - 5 November 2015
Exhibition :
4 - 7 November 2015
Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran, Jakarta - Indonesia
Conference Organiser:
Exhibition Organiser:
Indonesia Pushes for Deep
Water Exploration
The Indonesian government is encouraging oil and gas production companies to increase exploration activity
in deep-water blocks. With independent authorities estimating that approximately 60% of Indonesia’s
potential 106.2 billion-barrel reserves are located in known offshore basins, the potential to significantly
increase production is apparent.
Challenging underwater environments call for specialised technology and in recent years the upstream
petroleum industry has seen a large increase in the development of tools, equipment and services required
for Subsea operations. This is particularly welcome in Indonesia, where recent discoveries of hydrocarbons
in Muara Bakau Block and the Kutai basin suggest that opportunities for companies active in the region’s
Subsea sector are now plentiful.
A vast nation, comprising of more than 17,500 islands, Indonesia is abundant in natural resources. It has a
long history of both onshore and shallow water exploration activity, but deep water is where the future of
Indonesia’s oil production lies. As a result, the country provides an excellent opportunity for companies
looking to supply Subsea equipment and services to the numerous exploration and production companies
active in this region.
The Subsea Asia Conference
Taking place 4th-6th November, the Subsea Asia conference will be the tenth
technical programme run in Asia by the world’s leading Subsea association,
Subsea UK. Incorporating an Ice Breaker reception and a series of technical
presentations and workshops, the conference will draw Subsea experts to
Jakarta from across Indonesia and beyond. The aim will be to discuss the latest
developments and challenges related to Asia Pacific Subsea operations.
Companies represented at the last conference programme included Technip,
FMC, GE Oil & Gas, SMD and Tracerco.
The Subsea Asia Exhibition
Complementing the Subsea Asia conference will be the Subsea Asia exhibition.
This will feature companies that specialise in supplying Subsea related products
and services to those operating in the South East Asian region. The exhibition will
be open to trade visitors from the 4th – 7th November.
Subsea Asia will, for the first time, run alongside the hugely successful Oil and
Gas Indonesia Exhibition. This event has been taking place since 1995 and last
time attracted 8,815 visitors and 777 exhibiting companies.
Subsea Asia 2014
Facts & Figures*
Visitor Profile:
•Subsea Professionals and Managers
Space Occupied: Participating Companies: Participating Countries: International Exhibitors: National Exhibitors: As a guide, exhibitors can expect to meet:
•Mechanical and Structural Engineers
•Chemical and Process Engineers
•Electrical Engineers
•Project Management Professionals
•Flow Assurance Engineers
•Controls Engineers
•Marine and Installation Engineers
•Petroleum Engineers
Conference Delegates: 122
Exhibition Visitors: 2,478
Exhibitors: 182
Total Attendees: 2,782
*Figures taken from the Malaysian event
Exhibitor Profile
A diverse collection of Subsea technology, services
and equipment will be on display at Subsea Asia 2014
• Acoustic Positioning
• Crane Barges/Heavy Lift Vessels
• Process Control and Monitoring
• Diving Services
• Risk Analysis Consultancy
• Engineering Design
• ROVs
• Subsea Processing/Pumping Suppliers
• Sonar
• Flowlines, Flexibles and Pipelines
• Subsea Construction
• Health,Safety and Environment
• Subsea Control Systems
• Inspection, Repair and Maintenance
• Survey Services
• Marine Consultancy
• Trenching and Evacuation Services
• Metering Equipment and Systems
• Valve Manufacturers
• Personnel/Training Systems/Consultancy
• Video/Photographic Systems
• Pig Launchers/Traps/Receivers
and Accessories
• Well Intervention Services
• Pipe Laying/Cable Laying Services
• Chemical Suppliers
• Subsea Umbilicals/Power Cables
• Wellhead and Christmas Trees
Targeted Visitor Campaign
Subsea Asia 2015 will be promoted throughout the ASEAN region
via extensive targeted visitor promotion campaigns designed to
reach the people that count.
• Personal visits to all major oil producers and
government ministries
• Strategic, targeted use of complimentary visitor tickets
• Direct mail campaigns to an extensively researched
customer database
• An aggressive press campaign incorporating daily and
weekly press advertising and editorial coverage
The Venue
The Jakarta International Expo,
Kemayoran, is a purpose built
exhibition Centre that offers
some of the most up-to-date
exhibition facilities available
in South East Asia, making it
Indonesia’s premier exhibition
Exhibit Options
Space and stand services
Space with walk-on package
NB: A walk-on stand is not necessarily a corner stand
1. Inside Space Only
USD 390 per sqm
Allows the flexibility to build your own stand
2. Space and Stand Services
USD 445 per sqm
Includes space, walls, fascia, carpet, lighting, one upright chair
and one information desk
3. Space with Walk-on Package
USD 455 per sqm
Includes space, walls, fascia, carpet, lighting, a selection of
furniture and a power socket
The Organisers
PT Pamerindo Indonesia organise the Subsea Asia exhibition.Pamerindo is a member of Allworld Exhibitions, which has been
organising trade shows for over 40 years. Other trade shows in Allworld’s petroleum industry group include:
• GEO (New Delhi)
• GEO (Bahrain)
• KOGS (Kuwait)
• 3P Arctic (Norway)
• MEOS (Bahrain)
• Middle East Petrotech (Bahrain)
• MOGSEC (Kuala Lumpur)
• OGM (Myanmar)
• OGA (Kuala Lumpur)
• Oil and Gas Indonesia (Jakarta)
• OSEA (Singapore)
Conference Organiser:
Exhibition Organiser:
Asia Co-ordinator:
Worldwide Co-ordinator:
Trish Banks
: +44 (0)845 505 3535
: [email protected]
Website :
Maysia Stephanie
: +6221 2525 320
: [email protected]
Website :
Violet Lee
: +65 6233 6777
: [email protected]
Alex Pout
: +44 (0)20 7840 2137
: [email protected]
Website :