SINGAPORE, August 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
19th Asia Upstream 2013
2nd - 4th October 2013, Singapore
Exploration, Development, Production: New Ventures, Bid Rounds, Investment, Service/Supply
With many countries opening new frontiers, wider business opportunities for the growing number of independents and fast-expanding state oil companies, Asia and Australasia have proven themselves to be a central pivot in the global oil and gas game, which is critical to the economic future of the region.
The 19th Asia Upstream 2013 Conference will reveal the new exploration, production and development business opportunities in this large and growing market. The 19th Asia Upstream Conference, (part of the annual Asia Oil Week, and a long-standing senior-level event in the regional calendar) on 3 and 4 October 2013 at the Goodwood Park Hotel in Singapore, focuses on Asia's oil and gas game, emerging frontiers and upstream potential.
The key potential lies in upstream opportunities: Gas-LNG projects, the deepwater futures, government policies, new bid rounds and acreage opportunities, risks and investments, new frontier potential in shale gas/oil and CBM-CSM, and Australian companies in Asia's upstream market.
On October 2nd, prior to the Conference, during the 22nd Asia Petroleum Strategy Briefing, presented by Dr. Duncan Clarke, Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners provides an in-depth examination of the competitive upstream oil and gas-LNG strategies in Asian exploration and development.
Update: KrisEnergy, Singapore Stock Exchange, CoreLab, Scotia Bank, BNP Paribas have joined as Sponsors for the Conference. Moyes & Co, Preng & Associates and OFS Portal act as supporting Sponsors.
Numerous governments and leading oil/energy companies have confirmed with 30-plus presentations.
New Speakers Include:
- Australia's 2013 Offshore Acreage Release for Petroleum Exploration: Dr Thomas Bernecker, Senior Geoscientist, Acreage Release & Promotion Basin Resource Group, Geoscience Australia
- Western Australia: 2013 State Acreage Release: Richard Bruce, Exploration Geologist, Department of Mines and Petroleum, Western Australia
- Unconventional Gas In China: Randeep Grewal, Chief Executive Officer, Greka Drilling, Hong Kong
- Myanmar's Oil & Gas Landscape: Awards Process & Contracts James Finch, DFDL Mekong Group/ Mynmar Thanlwin Legal Services, Yangon
Also hear from: Singapore Exchange, Cairn India, Repsol, KrisEnergy, Mubadala Petroleum, Global Pacific & Partners, Roc Oil, Horizon Oil, Hydra Energy, Coastal Energy, Schlumberger Business Consulting, Deloitte Petroleum Services, Standard Chartered Bank, Talisman Energy, Ephindo Energy (Indonesia), Nido Petroleum, New Guinea Energy, Japex, International Oil & Gas Strategies, Salamander Energy, Global Offshore Exploration, Petrofac, Moyes & Co, Credit Suisse, MEO, International Energy Solutions
Including Additional Country Presentations: Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources (Indonesia), Petroleum Resources Unit (Sri Lanka), Ministry of Economic Development (New Zealand), Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (India), PNOC Exploration Corporation (Philippines), Autoridade Nacional do Petroleo (Timor Leste)
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