21st World Upstream 2011 (WU2011)
|Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2011||End Date/Time: Sep 21, 2011|
|Registration Date: Sep 18, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 18, 2011|
Our re-branded 21st World Upstream 2011 Conference builds upon over two decades of world-class upstream events, deep industry experience, and acknowledged reputation for top quality, following on from our many years of sequentially hosting, in London, our Third Millennium Petroleum Conference (10 years), Worldwide National Oil Companies Conference (8 years), and World Oil Forum (2 years).
This unique world upstream meeting of cross-continental, corporate and government interests focuses on critical global exploration industry business issues, the shifting geopolitics in world oil/gas, with emphasis on emerging company strategies, commercial and business development issues, and exploration and development ventures and opportunities for both private and state oil companies involved in the developing worlds of Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, Australasia, and Russia-Central Asia.
The 21st World Upstream 2011 Conference is the pinnacle and extension of our core global programs held on and inside the developing world, all long-recognised as landmark meetings, including our widely-acclaimed annual foundation conferences:, Africa Upstream (17 years, Cape Town), Asia Upstream (16 years, Singapore), Latin Upstream (17 years, Rio de Janeiro), MidEast Upstream (8 years, Dubai-Geneva), Maghreb & Mediterranean (9 years, Marrakech), Australasian Energy Players (5 years, Perth), Nigerian Independents Forum (5 years, Lagos), African Gas (3 years, London), and Eastern Africa Oil, Gas & Energy (2 years, Nairobi).
Our 10th World Oil Future: Strategy Briefing provide unique Presentations and insights on the world upstream canvass the new paradigms and strategies in-play across the global oil/gas-LNG value chain, and reveal the conventional and unconventional options facing companies, as well as the rise of resource nationalism and its future, the contemporary oil crises and financing/survival issues for corporate oil players amidst the continuing global scramble for oil and gas resources and reserves.
Duncan Clarke is a leading thinker, author, writer and speaker on strategy in the world upstream in/on Africa, Asia, Latin America, MidEast and elsewhere. He is the author of several widely-acclaimed books on the world oil industry and corporate strategy, including: Empires Of Oil (2007), The Battle For Barrels (2007), and Africa Crude Continent: the Struggle for Africaâ€™s Oil Prize (2010), all published by Profile Books, London, and which on Africa was made into a TV-Film by CNBC-Africa in 2010. He has been and remains Advisor to numerous Governments, companies and institutions around the world.