Risk in Offshore E&P and Crises Management
|Event Date/Time: Jan 27, 2011||End Date/Time: Jan 28, 2011|
Offshore exploration and development projects present a wide variety of risk. Political, environmental, health and safety, commercial, geological and strategic risks all play a part when deciding whether to explore a new area.History of reserves additions shows that onshore exploration efforts are running out of steam. In contrast, deepwater (DW) and ultra deepwater (UDW) combined are becoming the predominant source of new oil and gasdiscoveries.
Uncertainties of oil and gas prices, changes in regulations, demand, technology, competitive conditions are pushing the industry to concentrate their efforts in frontier deepwater and ultra deepwater basins.Without the valuable energy contribution from offshore fields, energy prices will soar, importation increase, and security decrease.
This premium forum will allow you to understand the challenges associated with implementing exploration projects and will give an in-depth look at managing your portfolio to minimize risk in Offshore Exploration. It offers a unique networking opportunity with all major Offshore Exploration leaders that will share experiences, knowledge and solutions for a better Crises Management coordination between the Industry and Government bodies.