Airoga sea swift platform - Photo courtesy of Aquaterra Energy

Asia and the Golden Age of Gas


From Malaysia and Singapore to new frontiers like Myanmar, firms are looking for ways to reach first gas efficiently and cost-effectively in the face of significant challenges. Stewart Maxwell of Aquaterra Energy looks at the fundamental issues facing these potential operators, and asks whether new ways of thinking about offshore…

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Technical Director -

As a member of Aquaterra Energy’s Executive team Stewart is responsible for driving technical innovations across all parts of the business, as well as the Offshore Structure products within Aquaterra Energy. He has held positions in Asia Pacific and the UK throughout his career and has been involved with the analysis, design, engineering and installation of riser and conductor systems (shallow and deep water), minimum facilities platforms, bespoke offshore engineering and offshore problem solving. Before joining Aquaterra Energy, Stewart spent 13 years with the Acteon Group of companies, in various positions including Regional Director – Asia Pacific and Global Manager – Conductor Systems.  He has also worked at Nio Petroleum and Enquest, as well as establishing his own engineering consultancy in riser and conductor analysis, well integrity and project management.

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