AMOG and Matrix Composites & Engineering Ltd, in association with the National University of Singapore, would like to invite you to attend a technical lecture on the Matrix LGSā„¢ system and its application in the oil & gas industry globally. The lecture will detail the history of the technology development together with its testing regime and associated performance.

One of the biggest problems in offshore drilling is Vortex Induced Vibration (VIV) and drag on the drill string during high current events. Once the current gets too great, drilling stops and costs mount. Longitudinally Grooved Suppression (LGSTM) technology has been designed to keep rigs drilling. The secret lies in its revolutionary profile, which reduced the vortices that form around riser strings and, hence, reduces drag.

AMOG's Dr Hayden Marcollo and Matrix' Peter Pezet will be presenting.


When: 28th September 2016

Time: 6pm for 6:30pm start (estimated finish time is 8pm)

Where: National University of Singapore Engineering Auditorium (click here for directions)

To RSVP, please email Matrix directly