4 December 2017 - 5 December 2017 at Intercontinental O2 North Greenwich, London, UK
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The world’s largest gathering of international oil and gas executives, investors and financiers

Europe’s Largest and Most Influential Oil & Gas Conference and Dinner for C-Level Executives

Day 2 - Tuesday 5th Dec

Assembly Day Two: Tuesday 5th December
 
Registration and Networking Breakfast Begin at 08:00 

Global E&P           Global Gas & LNG
9:00 - 10:30 E&P in 2007 and Beyond: The Business Models Driving Success in a Transformed Landscape

Exploration budgets have been slashed since 2014 but there are indications that the money is starting to flow in E&P once again. Wood Mackenzie has said the average costs for gloabl deepwater projects have fallen by more than 20% since 2014; will this drive growth in E&P? 

 

9:00 - 10:30 Gas & LNG Outlook Resoucre Development, Monetisation,
Market Creation, Pricing

Large amounts of gas supply will come online in the next few years, combined with US shale gas, what does this mean for international gas markets and how must the industry react? LNG offers route to market solutions but the markets are sautrated and demand must be created 

 

10:00 - 10:30 In Conversation: Digital Technology Reducing CAPEX & Transforming Conventional E&P

Beyond predictive maintenance, how will digital technologies impact the upstream oil and gas industry and what are the realistic timelines for adoption from different industry sectors? 

 

10:00 - 10:30 In Conversation: Developing The Eastern Mediterranean
Gas Opportunity

Recent discoveries in the Eastern Mediterranean have the potential to
shift current market dynamics significantly with Egypt becoming a net
exporter and Israel's production exceeding domestic deman. With Cyprus and Lebanon both seeking to realise their potential, what are the realistic opportunities in the region? In Cyprus, are there opportunires for considerable savings, through collaboration, where will produced gas go and to what markets?

 

 

10.30 – 11:15: Morning Networking Break

11:15 - 12:30 Small- Cap Players: Prospering in an increasingly Challenging Environemnt

With equity market backing available but seemingly only to a select few, what are the financing options for the oil and gas industry's small-cap players and what are the business models and strategies driving success in the current operating environment 

11:15 - 12:30 Gas-to-Power: Creating Demand in an Saturated Market and a Post-COP 21 World

GTP provides a great opportunity for Producers in the developed and developing world as a market for gas, offering a number of advantages in power generation combined with environmental benefits over traditional coal and oil fired plants.  


12:45 – 14:00: Lunch

Regional Spotlights Regional Spotlights
14:15 - 15:15 Spotlight on: Africa

Africa has undergone a correction in its oil and gas industry in the last few years. Production rates are down in most major markets however, even factoring the OPEC agreement to reduce production, and political and financial risk continue to be a major factor in committing investment, Hoever, the opportunities that exist cannot be denied and there are some bright lights attracting serious attention. 

14:15 - 15:15 Spotlight on: The Caspian Region

Iran's oil and gas potential is yet to be fully realised with challenges remaining over its development but it continues to generate great interest. The Caspian region as a whole offers solutions beyond satisfying domestic demand and its developemtn remains a priority for some major players in the industry. The region has the potential to beocome a major player in European and Asian markets but how will this potential be realised and the various challenges overcome? 

15:15 - 16:15 Spotlight on: North Sea

Early 2017 has seen a flurry of activity in the North Sea with IOCs continuing their divestment strategies and some noteworthy discoveries. Will this interest continue throughout 2017 and into 2018? How do investors view the region and what are their strategies for the future? This spotlight will also address the technical and financial challendes facing the decommissioning operations taking place across the North Sea in the medium term 

15:15 - 16:15 Spotlight on: The Americas

North America shale continues to play a huge role in the global oil and gas industry however the Gulf of Mexico has attracted increased attentino from majors in early 2017 and Mexico's new contractual framework has attracted further investment. South America continues to be an attractive market and with shale development in Argentina moving forward, not to mention the repeated positive news from Guyana, the market coud be entering a time of considerable growth. 

16:15 Close of Conference
 
18:00 Awards of Excellence 

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