Energy Execs Op Insights Forum: Political Risk

Venue: St. Regis Hotel

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Mar 15, 2005 End Date/Time: Mar 15, 2005
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Energy Execs Op Insights Forum:
Political Risk

Breakfast and Panel Discussion of Leading Experts

March 15, 2005
The St. Regis Hotel
1919 Briar Oaks Lane
Houston, Texas
7:00 am until 9:30 am

$45/$55 at the door
$500 for a reserved table of 8

Companies are increasingly turning to overseas acquisitions to diversify their portfolio and seek asset growth. However, these cross border transactions also come with a level of political risk that operators need to assess and handle. What are these risks and how are they mitigated? Can they be effectively quantified? What are the challenges intrinsic in each country, from a price, taxation, nationalization and social perspective? How have other companies overcome these challenges?

The Energy Execs Op Insights Forum is the third in a popular series hosted by Petroleum Economist and World Oil magazines to address timely issues affecting the upstream petroleum sector. Designed for senior executives, the breakfast and networking format provides a venue for insightful dialog into a given topic in a time-efficient manner.

Please sign up today, as space is very limited.

The March 15 Forum will feature speakers who possess insightful knowledge and guidance on political risk, who include:

Fareed Mohamedi, Chief Economist and Senior Director, Markets and Countries Group, PFC Energy. In his role as Chief Economist, Mr. Mohamedi particular expertise centers on global structural changes affecting the investment environment in the energy industry. An additional area of focus for Mr. Moheamedi is the national oil companies the challenges they face.

W. Scott Young, ChevronTexaco, who oversees the Agbami Project, a $4 billion deepwater project in offshore Nigeria.

The session will facilitated by Reid Morrison, Oil & Gas Lead and Managing Director, BearingPoint, Inc.

Hosted by:
World Oil
Petroleum Economist

Generously sponsored by:

BearingPoint SGI

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