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13th Deepwater Asia-Pacific 2016(DAP2016 ) | Dec. 7-8 | Djakarta, Indonesia

The Indonesia government plans to invite bids for 14 conventional and unconventional oil and gas blocks in its first 2016 round as part of efforts to increase the country’s output,they are also carrying out geological and geophysical studies on potential oil and gas blocks that will be offered until 2019.Indonesia’s upstream oil and gas regulator,SKK Migas,approved development plans for 18 oil and gas projects from January to April,with a total investment of $1.496 billion,the projects are projected to start between 2016 to 2020,the statement said most of the projects approved are operated by Chevron Pacific Indonesia,the local unit of US oil and gas firm Chevron Corp. With the Strong Support from Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry, Indonesian National Shipowners’ Association, The Society for Underwater Technology, International Marine Contractors Association and etc, we are targeting towards 500 delegates, 30 exhibitors, 30 speakers at DAP2016.