The Unconventional Gas Conference – Minimising Environmental Impact, Moving Development Forward

Organization: Global Insight Conferences

Venue: Hotel Russell

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 26, 2013 / 8:30 am - (GMT) End Date/Time: Sep 26, 2013 / 5:30 pm - (GMT)
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Join 22 leading practitioners from organisations including Talisman Energy Poland, Hutton Energy, Breitling Oil and Gas, European Commission, Aurora Petroleum, WWF International, Institute of Directors and Dart Energy Ltd at The Unconventional Gas Conference – Minimising Environmental Impact, Moving Development Forward on 26th September in London. Discover how those at the industry forefront are engaging stakeholders and tackling misinformation on the environmental impact of unconventional gas:

Hear how 22 senior players are overcoming planning, cost, regulatory and communication hurdles to move the development of unconventional gas forward and drive shale gas closer to commercialisation within the UK.

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Engaging Stakeholders & Tackling Misinformation On The Environmental Impact Of Unconventional Gas: Realising Responsible Development By Overcoming Planning, Cost, Regulatory & Communication Hurdles A One-Day, Industry-Led Conference & Networking Event, 26th September 2013, Central London - Private Venue 22 Real-World Operator & Stakeholder Views On Moving Development Forward. One Day. Unquestionable Quality. Unbeatable Value:

  1. Fracking Facts, Not Fiction: Tackling misinformation around the environmental and human health risks of hydraulic fracturing  
  2. Winning Hearts & Minds: From exploration to well closure; best-practice communication strategies which put minds at rest by directly addressing local landowner and community concerns  
  3. Managing Environmental Risks & Impacts: Exploring the latest scientific evidence on monitoring and preventing water contamination and methane leakage  
  4. Negotiating Planning & Permitting: Successfully complete planning applications which bring development forward and alleviate the concerns of stakeholders  
  5. 3 Regulatory Views: Safeguarding against environmental impacts, what’s to come and how it will affect development  
  6. Moving Development Forward: Avoiding production pitfalls and realising responsible development  
  7. Tackling Public, Media & NGO Concerns Head On: Mitigating public backlash by clarifying misconceptions and responding to the concerns of stakeholder groups
  8. Unlocking EU Government Buy-In: Interacting with policy makers to safeguard the environment without penalising production  
  9. Gaining Investor Confidence: Getting projects moving and gaining investor buy-in by addressing concerns

PLUS! ● 5 Lunchtime Networking Debates: A) Developing The Service Industry B) Technological Innovations C) Shale Gas Lessons From America & Canada D) Planning & Permitting E) Previous Energy Development Experiences

2 Double Perspectives – Planning & Permitting and Engaging Local Communities3 Panel Discusssions - Engaging the Public At Large, EU Panel Discussion and Water Contamination ● 1 Triple Regulatory PerspectiveFacilitated Networking Open Q&A For more information, please email or download the conference brochure here:  


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