Asian Offshore Services (AOS) will be exhibiting their E-house and living quarters products on 1-3 June 2011 at the forthcoming Malaysian “Oil and Gas Asia” exhibition at Kuala Lumpur Exhibition Centre. Held bi-annually, this exhibition is now recognised as one of the largest exhibitions throughout Asia Pacific and attracts many visitors from Europe, Africa, North and South Americas, and the Middle East.

Following the major success at last year’s Singapore OSEA oil and gas exhibition, AOS has decided to exhibit their now very popular modular and single-lift E-houses. These new design E-houses compliment the design and build of the modular and single-lift living quarters and multi-purpose cabins previously designed and built for numerous major operators throughout Asia Pacific region.

On display will be a number of previous projects that show the flexibility and benefits of both modular and single-lift E-houses, and their different applications for onshore and offshore oil and gas and petrochemical projects.

Onsite throughout the exhibition, AOS will also have some of their senior management to explain the many benefits of adapting the offsite building of E-houses complete with the installation and integration of all the E&I systems prior to loadout and also the many benefits to the client particularly on ‘fast-track’ projects.

AOS management will also be around to advise clients about their capabilities to support OEM’s by offering full EPCC and system integration services into their core business for electrical and instrument equipment E-houses that include but are not limited to:

  • LV/HV switchgear, MCC, battery/UPS
  • DCS process controls, F&G, telecomms
  • Power generation system controls (turbine/recips.)
  • Gas compression stations (turbine/recips.)
  • Wellhead and chemical injection packages and control systems
  • E-house building, plus utility support systems

MD Faisal Siebel commented: “AOS continues to support regional requirements for bespoke modular and single-lift E-houses, living quarters and multi-purpose buildings for both brown and green field projects, and continues to be a market-leader in this specialist market. We hope to get an opportunity to discuss our design concepts and previous project successes with many end-users and also conceptual and detailed design companies at this forthcoming OGA exhibition.”

Please also consider checking out AOS’s website to review their wide range of support services to the oil and gas industry.