Europe Upstream 2008 (EU 2008)

Venue: Le Meridien Piccadilly

Location: LOndon, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jun 03, 2008 End Date/Time: Jun 05, 2008
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Our Europe Upstream 2008 is the key exploration and development event on Europe and Eurasia, stretching from the Arctic reaches to the Mediterranean, including critical relations with peripheral energy zones (Russia, Central Asia and North Africa), designed for the global oil exploration and gas-LNG industry, with key corporate and Government decision-makers and senior oil executives present ,along with players holding upstream interests across the 27 countries of the European Union.

In this special event in 2008, the only one of its kind in and on Europe, there will be 25+ Speakers from the senior executive level of Super-Majors, leading Independents, Governments, and National Oil Companies, with opportunities to Sponsor and for Exhibition. Players include Licensing Agencies, Ministries from frontier zones, Chief Executives from National Oil Companies, special Guests, plus world acknowledged specialists, and Advisors in global exploration and strategy.

Reserve your Exhibition Stands now (space is limited), finalise Sponsor positions, and register your Delegate participation soonest for this showcase event in London, the global capital for energy business in Europe.

This event is preceded by our 5th World Oil Future: Strategy Briefing, which in 2007 was attended by over 100 high-level Delegates from Corporates & Governments around the world (in Calgary, Tokyo, Beijing, Johannesburg). Capacity is limited and first priority is for early registrants. No Press. Presentations are made by leading global strategist Dr Duncan Clarke (Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners), Author of the treatise, The Battle For Barrels: Peak Oil Myths & World Oil Futures (Profile Books, London, 2007), and also Empires Of Oil: Corporate Oil In Barbarian Worlds (Profile Books, London, Sept, 2007). The Briefing provides a global perspective on world oil and gas, the shifting paradigm, resource nationalism, and the new strategies for companies and states in an altered world landscape.

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