SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition 2017

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The SPE/IATMI Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition (APOGCE) will be held in Bali, Indonesia, from 17-19 October 2017. The current unpredictability of oil prices globally continues to push the industry to leverage on cutting-edge innovations, improve proficiencies and focus on synergistic partnerships to ensure continuous sustainability. In consideration of the current situation, the theme of the conference is Energy Resilience through Efficiency, Collaboration and Technology. APOGCE 2017 will encapsulate the need for the industry to focus on a sustainable operational blueprint, innovative technological applications and cost-effective measures. This premier three-day event offers an opportunity for energy professionals to convene and discuss current technical topics related to the energy industry with subject-matter experts from across the region and beyond. The strong conference programme will address industry challenges, seek solutions and share new perspectives on critical topics including rejuvenating exploration and development, sustainable marginal and brownfield production, asset integrity management, leveraging LNG for growth, and new development opportunities, through 10 executive plenary, panel and special sessions. In addition to the high-quality technical content of the 35 technical sessions featuring over 400 technical presentations, the programme will explore and discuss significant regional oil and gas projects through exclusive case studies. We would like to thank you in advance for your participation. On behalf of the 2017 APOGCE Technical Programme and Conduct Committees, we look forward to welcoming you at APOGCE in Bali, Indonesia. Together we can make this a successful event. See you there!

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