10th Annual Maghreb, Mediterranean-MidEast Upstream Conference 2013
The 10th Annual Maghreb, Mediterranean-MidEast Upstream Conference will take place on the 4th & 5th June 2013 and we are pleased to invite you to participate to this prestigious event taking place in Paris, France. The Maghreb, Mediterranean & MidEast oil, gas and energy landscape, through its significant exploration and production plays, acreage leasing, investment portfolio, hydrocarbon potential and joint venture interests continues to shape the dynamics of the global upstream industry.This international senior-level Conference brings together Key Government, National Oil Companies and Corporates as well as industry players to highlight new discoveries and production developments, gas-LNG finds, state oil/gas policies, investment opportunities and the regions energy game to allow for expansion and growth.
www.petro21.com th 3rd - 5th June 2013 L’Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe, Paris, France 10th Maghreb-MidEast Strategy Briefing - 3rd June 2013 Separately Bookable 10th Maghreb, Mediterranean - MidEast Upstream Conference - 4th - 5th June 2013 50th PetroArabian-PetroAfricanus Dinner - 4th June 2013 “Future energy potential in North-Africa, the Mediterranean and Middle East” Contributing Sponsor Supported By th 4rd - 5th June 2013 Confirmed Speakers Dexter Krol New Business Development Manager, Upstream International Shell International E&P Brian O’Cathain Chief Executive Petroceltic International Hazem Al-Ramini Director of Petroleum & Oil Shale Natural Resources Authority, Jordan Mustafa Akbaba Head of Department Natural Gas Operations Botas Petroleum Pipeline Corp, Turkey Haddou Jabour Promotion & Partnership Manager ONHYM, Morocco Wadie Habboush President & Chief Executive Officer Habboush Group Ahmed Salem Ould Tekrour Director General of Petroleum Ministere du Petrole, de L’Energie et des Mines, Mauritania Dr Sohbet Karbuz Director of Hydrocarbons Mediterranean Observatory For Energy (OME), Paris David Taylor President, CEO & Director Cygam Energy Dr. Naji Abi Aad Chief Operating Officer PetroLeb, Lebanon Bernhard Cociancig Chief Executive Officer, International MND Peter Wallace Managing Director Global CSS Ltd, Cyprus Bob Lambert President & Chief Executive Officer Petra Petroleum Ing Roberto Pirani Chairman White Stream Pipeline Company Ltd Francis Ghilès Senior Research Advisor Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB), Spain Ravi Suri Regional Head for Project & Export Finance, Middle East, North Africa & SA & Europe Standard Chartered Bank Jeff Waterous Independent Adviser Bahrain Robert E Jones Regional Director, Mediterranean and North Africa Cairn Energy plc Bijan Khajehpour Senior Associate Menas Associates Dr Duncan Clarke Chairman & CEO Global Pacific & Partners Mathios Rigas Luay Al-Khatteeb Chief Executive Officer Executive Director Energean Oil & Gas, Greece Iraq Energy Institute Georges Pelaghias Executive Director European Rim Policy & Investment Council, Cyprus Mehmet Ogutcu Founding Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Global Resources Corporation Yasser Tousson Managing Director, Finance Apache Yannis Grigoriou General Manager Exploration & Production of Hydrocarbons Hellenic Petroleum, Greece Faiz Shahab Chief Exploration & New Ventures Officer MEDCO Energi Dr Neil Hodgson New Ventures Manager Spectrum ASA Imed Derouiche Country Manager Petrofac, Tunisia Ali Alwash Deputy Expert State Company for Oil Projects, The Ministry of Oil Iraq Program Updates: www.petro21.com Separately Bookable 10th Maghreb-MidEast: Strategy Briefing: Monday 3rd June 2013 Presentations are by Dr Duncan Clarke (Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners), a leading advisor, thinker, writer and strategist on Africa, and author of Africa’s Future: Darkness to Destiny (Profile Books, London, 2012) and the widely-acclaimed Crude Continent: The Struggle for Africa’s Oil Prize (Profile 2010), the first and only Africa-wide oil-gas historiography (and TV FilmDocumentary by CNBC-Africa). Other books include The Battle For Barrels (Profile, 2007) and Empires Of Oil (Profile 2007). A F R I C A’ S F UTURE Darkness to Destiny How the past is shaping Africa’s economic evolution Participants benefit from unique knowledge and Delegates receive online access via www.petro21.com to all Presentations. “Richly detailed … indispensable for anyone interested in global trends in the 21st century.” Ian Morris, author of Why the West Rules – For Now DUNCAN CLARKE Right of Admission Reserved, by Global Pacific & Partners. | No Press. Composite to show position of gold foil on front and spine. Gold foil is set to overprint. 08:00 Registration & Coffee 13:15 Light Luncheon 09:00 Minnows: Independents 14:30 National Oil Companies: Governments State oil players have dominant positions in many countries, yet opportunities have expanded in deals, bid rounds and acreage opened in frontier zones and new basins – in Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, Mauritania, Mali, Chad, and Sudan. However, the Arab Spring has had unintended consequences, and in the Middle East states – as well as the Eastern Mediterranean – emerging competitors have come to the fore, game changers worldwide have forced re-thinking, and competition has accentuated. The Maghreb/MidEast world is hydrocarbon-rich, with strong State oil players, aligned in geopolitics to world oil markets and via strategy to Europe’s gas-LNG needs, with much unexplored terrain, new oil-gas potential, which minnows and Independents have made a target zone for future opportunity. Minnows: Small Independents Independents “Born In Mena” Who’s Who: Linkages, Relationships Local Companies: Emergence Corporate Strategies: Entry, Partners Worldwide Independents: 60+ Companies Corporate Players: Strategies & Portfolio Acreage, Assets, Deals, Ventures 10:45 Morning Break 11:15 Super-Independents: Super/Majors Competition in the Middle East and North Africa remains fierce, despite risks, while crude prices and the global economic crisis has forced readjustments and changes in regimes. Yet energy investment interest remains strong, and the large firms - from Super-Independents to Super-Majors and National Oil Companies from overseas - have added to in-place portfolio in both the wider Middle East and in North African oil/gas and LNG ventures. Super Independents Large Players: ENI, ConocoPhillips, Repsol Top 33 Super Independents: Oil/Gas Players Corporate Profiles, Strategies, Core Assets New Ventures, Exploration Portfolio Super-Majors ExxonMobil, BP, Shell, Total, Chevron Portfolio Mix: Shifting Strategies National Oil Companies: Strategies Onhym, Sonatrach NOC, ETAP, EGPC, MidEast State Oil Firms: Strategies Foreign Assets: International Portfolio Future Shape: State Oil-Gas Companies CNPC-Petro-China, Sinopec, CNOOC ONGC-Videsh, Pertamina, Petronas PTTEP, Petrovietnam, PetroSA Gazprom, Rosneft, Europe’s State Firms Petrobras, Statoil - Others Growth, Cooperation, Competition North African Governments MidEast State Institutions/Entities SWF Players Chinese, Indians, Asian, Latin, Russian, Others Governments & Licensing Entities 17:00 Close of Briefing Cocktail Reception - Time: 17:00 With African Institute of Petroleum 10th Maghreb, Mediterranean - MidEast Upstream Conference 2013 Publications and Online Media CORPORATE AFRICA AFRICAN ENERGY OIL • GAS • POWER • POLICY & FINANCE 10th Maghreb, Mediterranean - MidEast Upstream Conference: 4th - 5th June 2013 th Tuesday 4th June 2013 08:00 Registration & Coffee 09:00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Dr Duncan Clarke, Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners 09:10 Session 1: Leading Corporate Players & Strategies Resource Nationalism, Instability, Competition Dr Duncan Clarke, Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners, South Africa Shell: Forging Regional Links: Sustainable Ventures Dexter Krol, New Business Development Manager, Upstream International, Shell International Exploration & Production, The Netherlands Medco Energi: Building International Portfolio: Strategy & Expansion Faiz Shahab, Chief Exploration & New Ventures Officer, Medco Energi, Indonesia Energean: Mediterranean & North African Oil & Gas Vistas Mathios Rigas, Chief Executive Officer, Energean Oil & Gas, Greece Moderator: Dr Duncan Clarke 10:30 Coffee Break & Networking 11:00 Session 2: Regional Oil & Gas-LNG Landscapes Iraq: Oil Exploration Landscape, Projects & Infrastructure Ali Alwash, Deputy Expert, State Company for Oil Projects, The Ministry of Oil Iraq Cyprus: Gas/LNG In The Mediterranean’s Energy Future Georges Pelaghias, Executive Director, European Rim Policy & Investment Council, Cyprus Iran: Regional Wildcard & Energy Conundrum Bijan Khajehpour, Senior Associate, Menas Associates Botas: Strategic Gas Developments & Turkey’s Future Potential Mustafa Akbaba, Head of Department, Natural Gas Operations, Botas Petroleum Pipeline Corp, Turkey Mauritania: Exploration & Development Opportunities Ahmed Salem Ould Tekrour, Director General of Petroleum, Ministere du Petrole, de l’Energie et des Mines, Mauritania Spectrum: Evolving Deepwater Exploration Plays across the Mediterranean Dr Neil Hodgson, New Ventures Manager, Spectrum ASA, United Kingdom Moderator: Babette van Gessel, Deputy Chief Executive, Global Pacific & Partners, The Hague 13:00 Luncheon 14:00 Session 3: Regional Oil & Gas: Commercialisation & Investment Habboush Group: Regional Service/Supply Industry Prospects Wadie Habboush, President & CEO, Habboush Group, Iraq Global Resources: “Game-Changing” Developments In World Energy: How Will They Impact MENA? Mehmet Ogutcu, Founding Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Global Resources Corporation, Turkey Iraq Energy Institute: Iraq’s Oil-Gas Future Luay Al-Khatteeb, Executive Director, Iraq Energy Institute CIDOB: Energy Trends In The Western Mediterranean Francis Ghilès, Senior Research Advisor, Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB), Spain Standard Chartered: Middle East & North Africa Economic Investment Outlook Ravi Suri, Regional Head for Project & Export Finance, Middle East, North Africa & SA and Europe, Standard Chartered Bank, Dubai Moderator: Mike Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Oyster Oil & Gas, London 15:40 Afternoon Break & Networking th 3 - 5 June 2013 L’Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe, Paris, France 16:10 Session 4: Regional Energy Future: Gas-LNG-Unconventionals OME: Natural Gas In Mediterranean Markets Dr Sohbet Karbuz, Director of Hydrocarbons, Mediterranean Observatory For Energy (OME), Paris Onhym: Exploration in Morocco: Strategies, Potential, Opportunities Haddou Jabour, Promotion & Partnership Manager, ONHYM, Morocco Jordan: Oil & Gas Exploration, Development & Unconventional Opportunities Hazem Al-Ramini, Director of Petroleum & Oil Shale, Natural Resources Authority, Amman, Jordan Cyprus: Short & Long-Term Gas/LNG Options Peter Wallace, Managing Director, Global CSS Ltd, Cyprus White Stream: Southern Corridor Gas Supply Diversification To EU Markets Ing Roberto Pirani, Chairman, White Stream Pipeline Company Ltd, United Kingdom Moderator: Bijan Khajehpour 17:50 Close of Day 18:10 Cocktail Reception 18:00 50th Wednesday 5th June 2013 08:00 Coffee & Networking 09:00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks 09:10 Regional 09:30 Gas-LNG Investment Outlook Jeff Waterous, Independent Adviser, Bahrain Session 5: Key Independents In The MENA Upstream Petroceltic: Independent In Algeria & Italy Brian O’ Cathain, Chief Executive, Petroceltic International, United Kingdom Apache: Exploration & Production Growth In Egypt Yasser Tousson, Managing Director, Finance, Apache, Egypt Cairn Energy: Exploration Targets In The East Mediterranean Robert E. Jones, Regional Director, Mediterranean & North Africa, Cairn Energy, United Kingdom Hellenic: Greece, a new exploration area in mediterranean - mideast region Yannis Grigoriou, General Manager Exploration & Production of Hydrocarbons, Hellenic Petroleum, Greece Moderator: Edwin Bowles, President, RJ Energy 10:50 Coffee Break & Networking 11:20 Session 6: Regional Frontier Opportunities MND: Operations In Yemen and Pakistan Bernhard Cociancig, CEO International, MND, Czechoslovakia Petra Petroleum: Exploration Potential & Regional Plays Bob Lambert, President & CEO, Petra Petroleum, Canada PetroLeb: Developments In Lebanese Hydrocarbon Resources Dr. Naji Abi Aad, Chief Operating Officer, PetroLeb, Lebanon Petrofac: Operations In North Africa-Middle East Imed Derouiche, Country Manager, Petrofac, Tunisia Cygam: Emerging Junior in Tunisia & Italy David Taylor, President, CEO & Director, Cygam Energy, Canada Moderator: Bob Lambert 13:00 Close of Conference - Luncheon & Networking Copyright © Global Pacific & Partners Photo Gallery th Sponsor Opportunities Join our worldclass sponsors to showcase your company to senior level oil, gas and energy executives at the 10th Maghreb Mediterranean - MidEast Upstream Conference 2013. firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com Gold Sponsor Multiple/Shared Position Sponsor Fee: € 5,000 Benefits Include: • 2 delegate Passes to attend the Strategy Briefing and Maghreb, Mediterranean - MidEast Upstream 3rd - 5th June 2013 - PetroAfricanus Dinner Included. • Logo on brochure, website advertising, conference backdrop • Newsletter display at event or full colour Advertisement in the Conference showguide • Banner display in highly visible area through-out the conference. 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