Oil and Gas Thailand 2011 Exhibition


Thailand would be hosting its very own Oil and Gas event known as ?Oil & Gas Thailand 2011? incorporating ?Offshore Thailand 2011? from 8-10 Sept 2011 in IMPACT Convention Centre, Muong Thong Thani, Bangkok.
Oil & Gas Thailand 2011 is the only specialized oil & gas event in Thailand that brings together an international congregation of both upstream and downstream oil and gas companies and also its supporting industries gathered in the capital city of Bangkok, Thailand to showcase the latest developments in the oil and gas industry. 
This international oil and gas event also feature a 500 sqm Singapore Pavilion supported by the Singapore Industrial Automation Association (SIAA) which will also be showcasing the latest oil and gas products from Singapore!
Fireworks Exhibitions and Conferences which have organized successful international Oil & Gas events such as ASEAN Oil & Gas Expo (AGEX) 2010, Malaysia and Indonesia Oil & Gas Expo (IGEX) 2010, Jakarta is the organizer of this premier Oil and Gas event.
Highlights Of Oil & Gas Thailand (OGET) 2011:
o Oil & Gas Networking Nite
o Refinery Facility Visit (Subject to availability)
o Oil & Gas Technology Seminars
o Oil & Gas Conference themed ?Driving The Thailand Oil & Gas Market Ahead.?
Some Insights Into Thailand?s Oil & Gas Industry
Rayong province is located relatively close to Thailand's offshore gas fields in the Gulf of Thailand and to major gas consuming centres such as Bangkok. This led to Thailand's three major offshore gas pipelines being constructed through the region. Partly as a result, the province, and particularly the Map Ta Phut industrial complex, has grown into one of the world's biggest petrochemicals hubs. Construction work began on gas separation plants there in the 1980s as a way of producing fuels that could replace crude oil imports. PTT completed its first 4bn cubic metre (bcm) gas separation unit in Rayong province in 1984 in order to provide feedstock for nearby petrochemicals plants and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for households. The next three separation units, completed between 1991 and 1996, were designed to cope with rapidly increasing demand for LPG and have a combined capacity of 9.4bcm. A fifth unit, significantly larger than the earlier units at 5.5bcm, was added in 2005 to provide additional ethane, propane and LPG for the petrochemicals industry. Since the first five separation plants came onstream, however, rising demand for feedstock from petrochemical works and residential customers has put pressure on the existing infrastructure. As a solution, PTT started work on an ethane separation plant to improve production at units two and three, and began building a sixth gas separation plant with a capacity of 8.3bcm.
Map Ta Phut Industrial Complex in Rayong is one of the world's biggest petrochemicals hubs!
Thailand?s Map Ta Phut industrial complex, has grown into one of the world's biggest petrochemicals hubs housing all the main refineries.
Currently more than 73% booths have been sold! So do book fast to secure more strategic locations at this international Oil and Gas technology event!