Oil & Natural Gas Special Interest Group
A community for process professionals
21 May 2012

SONG - calling oil and gas engineers in Norway

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IChemE's Oil & Natural Gas Special Interest Group (SONG) invites Norwegian engineers to join its community, participate in technical talks online, and attend networking events in Oslo.

SONG committee member Chris Cooper is a Flow Assurance engineer by trade, who has recently moved to Oslo as part of Xodus Group. Having settled into Norwegian life and his new role, he's keen to establish a link to SONG in Norway, grow the community, and provide networking opportunities locally.

SONG has an international membership drawn from the whole spectrum of businesses involved in oil and gas production and processing, including onshore and offshore operations. SONG’s subject area extends from the hydrocarbon reservoir to the point where oil and/or gas are available as saleable primary products, ready for transport by pipeline or tanker.Oil platform

The group holds regular evening events in the UK and Malaysia, some of which are broadcast live online (via GoToWebinar ®) for those unable to attend in person. Members have access to an archive of recorded presentations, to replay on demand.

The next event takes place on Tuesday 12 June 2012, with a talk by Mohamed Ould-Bamba of Technip on ‘The Challenges of Qatar Mega LNG Projects’, commencing at 18:00 BST / 19:00 CEST. If you’d like to attend this event via web broadcast from your office or home computer, then please register online.

Alternatively, if you’re local to Oslo and would like to join Chris Cooper and others attending a live web broadcast of the event at the Xodus Group offices, then please email Chris. Refreshments will be provided, plus the opportunity to network with fellow individuals in the industry.

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