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TALK ON MALAYSIAN OIL & GAS DEEPWATER DEVELOPMENT THE EXPERIENCE THUS FAR BEM Approved
(Organised by Oil, Gas and Mining Technical Division, IEM)
CPD/PDP HOURS: 2 Ref No: IEM 09//HQ/032/T

Date : Time : Venue : Speaker : SYNOPSIS

19 MARCH 2009 (THURSDAY) 5.30 PM to 7.30 PM ( Refreshment will be served at 5.00 am.) 2nd FLOOR, IEM CONFERENCE HALL, BANGUNAN INGENIEUR, PETALING JAYA Ir. AHMAD BIN SEDEK

It is anticipated that there will be less commercially viable oil & gas fields in the Malaysian shallow water. As such, there is an increased push towards developing fields in the deep (200-1000m water depth) and ultra-deep (more than 1000m water depth) water. In line with this shift, Petronas has set the tone by stating its ambition to make Malaysia as the regional deepwater hub and, along with its Production Sharing Contractors, has set the ball rolling by the successful project execution of and oil production from Kikeh Deepwater Development. The presentation intends to share presentor's general experience in the deepwater projects, which covers background, introduction to technologies, challenges/opportunities, and Kikeh development examples.

BIODATA
Ir. Ahmad Sedek hold a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, USA. He has 17 years working experience in the oil & gas industry (upstream) working with major multinational companies such as Esso Production Malaysia Inc. and Technip, a leading oil & gas engineering contractor. As a Principal Engineer with Technip, Ir. Ahmad was involved, among othes, in the execution of the EPCIC contract for Kikeh Dry Tree Unit(DTU), a major component of the overall Kikeh Deepwater Development, the first deepwater development of its kind outside Gulf of Mexico. He spent the next 2 years as the Business Manager with Technip, before shifting back to engineering with ConocoPhillips, where he will work on what is to become Malaysia 3rd deepwater project, the Kebabangan Cluster development. For information, the Gumusut-Kakap development is Malaysia 2nd deepwater development. (Note: Ir Ahmad is making the presentation on his own, and is not representing any of his past or current employers) ENGR. MUHAMAD APANDI OSMAN Chairman Oil, Gas and Mining Technical Division
Announcement to note: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Talk is STRICTLY for IEM members only (walk in) Limited seats available on a "first come first served" basis. (maximum 110 participants) No telephone and/or fax reservation will be entertained. Latecomers will not be allowed entrance, if the lecture hall is full. Please bring along this flyer and membership card for confirmation of attendance (CPD purpose).

For IEM members, membership cards MUST be presented for identification purpose. Members who fail to show their membership card will be charged a fee of RM20.00. FUNDS FOR IEM NEW BUILDING Kindly be informed that IEM will be charging participants RM10.00 administrative fee to evening talks organized by IEM. The fee would be used for overhead costs, building maintenance expenses as well as to support the purchase of the new building. Students are however exempted. Your understanding is greatly appreciated.

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