The 2nd Annual China Shale Gas & Oil Forum 2013
Organization: Genesis Resourcing Consulting China
|Event Date/Time: Jul 11, 2013 / 9:00 am - (GMT +8:00 hours)||End Date/Time: Jul 12, 2013 / 5:00 pm - (GMT +8:00 hours)|
Based upon our last year’s success, the 2nd China Shale Gas Forum to be held on 11-12 July Beijing. This year GRCC will invited 200+ decision makers from Government and local authorities; Oil & Gas shale majors; DEPC companies; Oil and Gas equipment manufacturers; Software systems companies; Water treatment & filtration companies; Chemicals suppliers; T & D companies; and Consulting/Investment firms. Will provide you with a precious opportunities to network with China shale gas majors and industry gurus, understand the latest technological development, innovative business models and fresh ideas. Do not miss out this opportunity to take a big slide of the market share in advance of your competitors, before China's commercial shale gas boom arrives.
China has total shale gas reserves of about 36 trillion cu m that can be explored, according to EIA, but Chinese industrial insiders said it is not that easy for the country to take advantage of these resources for several reasons. The lagged technologies, complex geological conditions, the shortage of water resources, uncompleted regulations and an inflexible industry structure are major obstacles for shale gas exploration in China. Besides, the exact amount of shale gas reserver is still under study.
-- How to successfully address the issues of water supplies and contamination associated with hydraulic fracturing -- Recognize what governments and industry can do to facilitate shale gas development in regions with specific geological and regulatory environments -- Establishing the coordination of government and major oil and gas companies for the future demands of the shale gas supply chain -- Understand how existing and future partnerships will enable cost-competitive shale gas development -- Benchmark the innovative technologies and solutions in driving down costs from world best practices -- How to make a shale gas prospect as productive as possible -- Understanding how a continuous equipment utilization program could ensure crucial ROI for service companies -- Examin the challenges in water supply, handling and disposal -- Forecasting economic variables that will determine the commercial viability of shale gas in China -- How to re-evaluate the factor of safety in the mining process of the new energy after the earthquake -- Understand properties of China Shale and best practices for optimizing your fracture designs
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