Skip to main content

The Singaporean subsidiary of oil services group OEG Offshore is to exhibit for the first time at OSEA 2010, Asia's largest oil and gas industry conference.

OEG Asia Pacific PTE Ltd (OEG APac) – which specialises in the design, build and rental of cabins and cargo-carrying units for the offshore oil and gas market – will be one of more than 1,500 companies showcasing their services and products from Tuesday until Friday (30 November – 3 December) at Suntec Singapore in Singapore.

Attending the four day event will be the Singapore base's management team, including OEG APac's regional director John Aw, operations manager Daniel Lim, general manager Selvi Tamil and newly appointed technical manager Jun Yuan Choong, who joins the firm with almost ten years' experience in the oil and gas industry.

John Aw, regional director, said: “OSEA is widely recognised as Asia's largest and most established oil and gas event and is a fantastic opportunity for OEG APac to let potential customers know about the quality services and products it can provide. Having won a number of contracts this year providing modules to varied regions of Southeast Asia, OEG APac has demonstrated its ability to deliver within tight deadlines to a geographically large client base.

“OEG APac's reputation for delivering quality modules and containers on time and on budget continues to grow in Southeast Asia. After a successful year we are confident that 2011 will be a productive one, even more successful than the past twelve months. 

“By exhibiting at the four-day event, we hope to use this excellent networking opportunity to forge new partnerships and business relationships, and build on our expanding status as a significant player in the region's offshore container industry.”

OEG Apac will be exhibiting at stand 4M4-07 at OSEA 2010.