The 4th Unconventional Hydrocarbons Summit 2012 (UHS2012)
|Event Date/Time: Nov 29, 2012||End Date/Time: Nov 30, 2012|
China holds up to 30 trillion cubic meters of shale gas resources. Chinaâ€™s goal is to realize that 12% of natural gas production comes from shale gas wells by 2020. In this case, China will have to learn how to well test and explore shale gas and thus realizing ideal production. In 2009, China began its first venture into developing shale gas with the help of Royal Dutch Shell. In September 2010, China Petroleum Corp, better known as Sinopec, signed a deal with Chevron to develop shale gas targets near Guiyang City. Sinopec is hoping to increase production from unconventional sources like shale gas and coal bed methane to approximately 2.5 billion cubic meters within the next five years. In the middle of October 2010, CNOOC announced a deal with Chesapeake Energy purchasing one-third of their shale assets in the prospective Eagle Ford shale play, located in South Texas.
Therefore, we wish 4rd Annual Unconventional Hydrocarbons Summit will be a splendid stage for you to learn the latest market trends and share experience with those decision makers from IOCs, NOCs, consultancy, equipment & technology suppliers and many more.
UHS 2012 will mark several highlights:
ï¬ Exploring Unconventional Market Potential & Goldmine from the Perspective of E&P Giants
ï¬ Bridging Technical Gap based on the Case Study of CBM & Shale Gas E&P.
ï¬ Master Class: Deep Insights into Chinaâ€™s CNPC, CBM, E&P Cases.
ï¬ Transforming Technical Breakthrough into Ideal Commercial ROI
ï¬ Specific Workshop: Highlighting Sophisticated Horizental & Hydraulic Fracturing
You can hear from the following eminent speakers:
ï¬ Oil & Gas, Ministry of Land and Resources, P.R.C
ï¬ Oil & Gas Division, Energy Bureau of NDRC
ï¬ Shanxi Energy Industries Group
ï¬ Huabei Oilfield Company of CNPC
ï¬ PetroChina CBM Co., Ltd
ï¬ New Energy Research Institution, RIPED (CNPC)
ï¬ Sinopec Exploration & Production Research institute
ï¬ China University of Geosciences
ï¬ Shell China E&P Co.
ï¬ Weatherford Laboratories
ï¬ Baker Hughes
ï¬ Enviro Energy
ï¬ Shell Global Solutions
ï¬ Polish Geological Institute
ï¬ State Key Laboratory Of Oil and Gas Reservoir Geology And Exploitation