Latin American Oil and Gas (PB396)

Venue: Renaissance Houston Hotel

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Nov 17, 2003 End Date/Time: Nov 18, 2005
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Latin America has the potential to be one of the world’s major sources of oil & gas. State-owned oil & gas companies currently control the market, but are often without the necessary funds to finance exploration & development, pipeline expansion and LNG facilities. On the other hand, their constitutions and regulatory frameworks sometimes restrict opportunities for development by private companies

Attend CBI’s 3rd Annual Latin American Oil & Gas conference, November 17-18, 2003 in Houston, TX, USA. Gain the information you need as an international oil and gas developer to enter the market or improve the success and profitability of your Latin American investments. As a state-owned oil & gas company, hear what other governments have done to encourage foreign investment in the energy sector, while increasing benefits to the state and creating a mutually beneficial relationship.

Hear from Key Government Leaders, including:

Luis Vierma, Vice Minister for Hydrocarbons,
Ministry of Energy and Mines, Venezuela

Mario Requena, Vice Minister of Hydrocarbons,
Ministry of Mining and Hydrocarbons, Bolivia

Alejandro Brena, Ph.D., Director General, Natural Gas,
Comisión Reguladora de Energía (CRE), Mexico

With a Special Keynote Address by:
The Honorable Eric A. Williams, Minister of Energy and Energy Industries,
Ministry of Energy & Energy Industries, Trinidad and Tobago on
“How Trinidad & Tobago Has Created a Win/Win Environment for Private Investment”

Benefit from the Experience of 6 Case Studies
Review of the Venezuelan heavy oil projects

Brazil’s new pipelines – Expansion of the grid to metropolitan centers and thermal plants

The Pacific LNG Project – Monetizing Bolivian gas

Peru’s Camisea field – Status and schedule for delivery

The Tijuana Regional Energy Center – Creating a model for sustainable development in Mexico

Train 4 and possible future LNG expansions in Trinidad and Tobago

PLUS – Attend an In-depth, Pre-Conference Workshop – November 17, 2003

Financing Oil & Gas Projects in Latin America