19th Asia Upstream 2013
Organization: Global Pacific & Partners
Venue: Goodwood Park Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Oct 02, 2013 / 8:00 am - (GMT +8:00 hours)||End Date/Time: Oct 04, 2013 / 2:00 pm - (GMT +8:00 hours)|
19th Asia Upstream Conference 2013 (2-4th October) in Singapore, reveals new business opportunities
SINGAPORE: With new bid rounds and open acreage in many countries, shale gas exploration in China and Australia and emerging upstream opportunities, Asia¹s oil and gas market is opening new frontiers, offering wider business opportunities for the growing number of independents in Asia and fast-expanding state oil companies.
At our 19th Asia Oil Week 2013 in Singapore, a landmark event for Asia¹s exploration industry, keynote speakers from all over the world and senior executives from super-majors, independents, government and national oil companies gather to interface, network and negotiate deals. They will discuss Asia¹s emerging frontiers and upstream potential over an intensive three-day programme based on key issues like upstream ventures, government policies and acreage opportunities, commercialisation, risks and investments, new frontier potential in shale gas/oil and CBM-CSM, Australian companies in Asia¹s upstream market and Asia¹s oil risks/threats and hydrocarbon future.
- Over 200 Senior Executives attend annually
- 25 Presentations
- Exhibition & Display
- Receptions, Social Functions and Networking
- The 18th Asia Upstream conference will welcome delegations attending from 20 countries including: Australia, Indonesia, India, Myanmar, Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea, China, Singapore, Thailand, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Spain, United Arab Emirates and many others
The 22nd Asia Petroleum Strategy Briefing, the longest running Strategy Briefing held in Asia, immediately prior to the conference, is presented by Dr Duncan Clarke, Chairman & CEO of Global Pacific & Partners, and takes place on Wednesday 2nd October 2013 while the 19th Asia Upstream 2013 Conference takes place Thursday 3rd October and Friday 4th October.
As Dr Duncan Clarke remarked: "Asia¹s oil and gas game is moving into new territories, with established producer countries and corporate players eyeing new strategies, and with re-discovered frontiers across this vast region, from Pakistan to New Zealand," while he added ..."Independents have opened new plays and state oil companies have shaped global exploration strategies, while licensing agencies and Ministries are now seeking more exploration dollars."
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