December 3, 2018
INSP is International Sourcing Program.
Dateline 2018-10-09, Malaysian Reserve:
MALAYSIAN companies have recorded a total RM397.9 million of export potential via the International Sourcing Programme (INSP) at the 4th Malaysian Oil and Gas Services Exhibition and Conference (MOGSEC) 2018 that was held between Sept 25 and Sept 26, 2018.
The exhibition saw the participation of 34 Malaysian oil and gas (O&G) companies that were eyeing export markets including the United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Turkey, Myanmar and Vietnam.
Malaysia External Trade Development Corp (Matrade) CEO Dr Mohd Shahreen Zainooreen Madros (picture) said in a statement the export potential was configured through 86 meetings organised under the INSP.
“The INSP helps a great deal for local companies as they get to meet with the foreign buyers in their home country, giving them a competitive advantage in terms of cost,” he said.
He added that foreign buyers at the INSP this year were sourcing various Malaysian O&G services including equipment and parts, rig cooling services, well-testing support equipment services, vessel monitoring systems, remote monitoring, manpower supply and services, transportation and logistics, services gas, as well as saturation logging and simulation studies.
September 4, 2018
I”ve been asked to spread the word. Please register soonish, so as you don’t have to line up like the other muggles.
We are looking for exhibitors as well. Give your bosses the 2016 post show report, the brochures for the Sabah and Sarawak Pavilions, SME Pavillion, and most importantly, the forms to book space and sweet sponsorship deals. IGL clients, I am looking at you.
Do come and spend some money. Please.
MOGSEC 2018 Sabah Sarawak Pavilions Application for Space
MOGSEC 2018 SME Pavillion Application for Space
MOGSEC 2018 Application for Space
MOGSEC 2018 Sponsorship Flyer
MOGSEC 2016 Post Show Report
MOGSEC 2018 Brochure
November 16, 2016
Apart from a massive Pikachu spawn in the halls, I didn’t get to see much of the exhibition.
November 10, 2016
If you parse the sentence incorrectly, you wonder why Sharifah is called the First Lady. Is her husband Mr. President now?
Dateline 2016-09-29, NST:
Since it was first held in 2012, the Malaysian Oil and Gas Services Exhibition and Conference (MOGSEC) has become a prominent showcase for the local oil and gas (O&G) industry.
Jointly organised by Malaysian Oil and Gas Services Council (MOGSC) and Malaysian Exhibition Services Sdn Bhd, the third edition of the exhibition this year promises another excellent platform for local products and services providers to showcase their capabilities.
The event will also demonstrate the country’s strategic position as a hub for O&G services.
MOGSC first lady president Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha said MOGSEC 2016 is an excellent platform for those in the industry to update themselves on technological front as it will showcase local and home-based expertise, products and services from service providers in the oil, gas and energy industries.
November 30, 2014
Dateline 2014-09-26, MalaysiaDigest:
An initiative by the Malaysia Petroleum Resources Corporation (MPRC) to set up a University Pavilion at an oil and gas event to promote direct industry-academia discussion was a success with the participation of six local universities.
This pavilion was well patronised at the three-day Second Malaysia Oil and Gas Services Exhibition and Conference (MOGSEC 2014) which ended on Thursday at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. The event saw hundreds of top executives, including those in charge of recruitment and human capital management, checking out the many booths and display areas.
December 19, 2008
There is an organization called the Association of Malaysian Oil & Gas Engineering Consultants, acronym MOGEC. Its stated objective is to
foster a closer relationship among the oil and gas engineering consultants
If you look the MOGEC members, it seems as if it is a list of big boys in the O&G consulting industry. Now, are the aims of these entities the same as say those who are starting out in the field? They might be focused on:
- protectionism of their pie.
- cooperation to improve economies of scales
- self – interest in tailoring work to suit the Procurement, Construction and Consulting arms of their respective conglumerates.
- Possibly distributing work to their overseas partners.
What about the smaller engineering companies? They have different things to worry about:
- Getting work from big boys.
- promoting their services viewed as niche markets.
- Promoting their names.
- Growing specialised services locally.
- Getting put (and knowing off) the appropriate lists to get on, and people to talk to.
- Malaysianization of their operations.
- Access to financial instruments more suited to their scale.
So, do you think that another industry body, which I propose calling MOGSEC, be appropriate, and would it get support?
Don’t get me started on MOGSC (which is pronounced mogs-see).