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AMOG Technology's LGS® is set to be deployed off the coast of Australia, as part of Phase 1 of a multi-million dollar contract. Designed to reduce drag and suppress vortex-induced vibration on subsea infrastructure, this will be the first time that buoyancy modules incorporating this technology are applied to a shallow-depth field.

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.

The 9th Annual ProSafe Conference is on again - looking at implementing process safety excellence initiatives for maximum risk control and incident prevention. As leaders in the provision of safety engineering and safety management services to high risk industries, AMOG's Chris Van Berendonck will be at ProSafe 2017 to answer any questions you may have on

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.

Late last month, AMOG's Dr Hayden Marcollo and Gary Farrow presented technical papers at the 36th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE) conference in Trondheim, Norway. Their presentations covered drilling riser case studies, fatigue performance of offshore mooring chains, and a new wave energy converter.

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.