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OTC 2017 will see AMOG presenting 5 technical papers over the course of conference proceedings next week (1-4 May 2017) in Houston, Texas.

You can register to attend OTC and come and see Prof Andrew Potts, Andrew Kilner, and Phillip Kurts present on topics such as; LGS Technology; Robustness Criteria for FPSO Design; Mooring Chains and Break Strength; Low Cost Quant Inspection Techniques; and Mooring Line Dynamic Behaviours.

Details are listed below.

Want to know more about AMOG's Longitudinally Grooved Suppression (LGS®) technology for drilling risers and understand how it can save both time and money, whilst improving safety? Perhaps you would like to understand the challenges and benefits of advanced modelling of in-air lifts illustrated by a full case study. Come and see AMOG's Adrian Eassom and Stuart Wales present at AOG.

AMOG is proud to have, once again, been a sponsor of the Monash Engineering Students' Society in 2017 and support the advancement of local engineering capabilities.

Director of AMOG Latin American operations, Mr Andrés Tovar, will be presenting at this year's Petroleum Exhibition & Conference of Mexico (PECOM) in March 2017. 

AMOG Consulting (Melbourne) is now accepting applications for Graduate Positions for 2018.

Each year, we look to recruit talented engineering graduates from the areas of Mechanical, Aeronautical, and Structural engineering.

If you are on track to achieve excellent academic results, look forward to applying advanced analysis techniques and design practices, and are keen to work for an organisation that is passionate about innovation, you should consider applying now.

More information can be found on our Graduate & Vacation Program page.

We are also accepting applications for Vacation work (mid-year 2017 and summer 2017-18).

The key dates for all of these roles can be found on our Apply Now page, where you can also submit your application.

Last week AMOG was in the news, supporting OMV to resume production from the Maari oil field, following the discovery of a crack in one of the wellhead platform’s 12 horizontal struts during a scheduled inspection late last year. Click here for the link to the article in Offshore Energy Today, or read on for more information.