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GUIDE CHEVRON & THE PROTESTORS

SUMMER 2013

MR. FANNING THE CHAIRMAN

POLAND SHALE COALITION

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EDITORIAL

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CONTENTS

16 p/8

OP-ED Caught flatfooted

p/9

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

p/10 Publication Partners p/12

CLEANTECH PAVILLION

p/13

Indicators

Wells to date Market overview Analyst’s comment Commodities pricing Share prices

p/15

New EU Shale Gas Restrictions*

p/16 NO ENTRY: PROTESTERS AT A CHEVRON SITE IN SOUTH EASTERN POLAND

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THE EXPENDABLES Chevron Protesters p/20 Mr. Fanning Interview Chairman San Leon Energy


CONTENTS

20 p/22 Ms. Klaber Interview with Former CEO Marcellus Shale Coalition p/2 4

SERVICES Directory

INTERVIEW WITH CHAIRMAN OF SAN LEON ENERGY OISIN FANNING

Drilling Completions 3rd Party Services

68

p/38

Expert’s Corner* Apex Contracting

Water, wells & nitrogen

p/56

Unconventional HYDROCARBON LICENSING IN THE EU-27 Data set

p/68

SHALE GAS INVESTMENT GUIDE LAUNCH PARTY PICTORIAL

PICTORIAL Shale Gas Investment Guide Launch Party

p/72 WELLHEAD Former CEO Marcellus Shale Coalition Kathryn Klaber Speaks out *Advertorial

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OPINION

BY WOJCIECH KOSC

Caught

flat-footed

The effort to produce gas from shale is waiting for somebody to find a sweet spot. Before this happens, the public needs better information about what’s going on. We aim to play our part.

I WAS IN SOUTHERN Poland in late August, reporting on anti-shale protesters. Coincidentally, Reuters released a bit of news at the time, announcing that Lane Energy/ConocoPhillips elsewhere in Poland managed to flow gas from shales at a rate of 8,500 cubic meters per day, unaided. For this reason, I had the opportunity to see how anti-shale gas protesters in Żurawlów reacted to the news of gas actually flowing in a north Poland county. When the Lane Energy news got through to the protesters, via a TV news crew that showed up to get their comments, their reaction was quite diplomatic. C a l m l y, a wom an named Małgorzata Jabłońska, explained that if everyone up north is okay with shale gas, it should be extracted. The people from Żurawlów, who are sometimes portrayed in the media as a hostile opposition, aren’t necessarily against shale gas. They acknowledge that it may be a possible answer to Poland’s energy woes. However, based on the conversations I had there, I have come to think most believe that no exploration should take place without operators’ full cooperation with their local communities. On this front, the Żurawlów

As founder of Poland Shale Coalition, we will support an enormous effort informing the Polish public about the risks and benefits of unconventional gas

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people feel slighted (see feature story, p. 16). When the shale gas fever gripped the Marcellus play in the northeast US, the industry was also facing the challenge of winning the public’s acceptance. “We were caught flat-footed over how to address residents’ most basic questions. Add in a few early accidents and the fast pace at which this industry operates and we, as an industry, found ourselves playing catch-up and digging out of a hole,” said Kathryn Z. Klaber, former CEO of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, an industry organization that has succeeded in engaging local communities (see interview, p. 22 and Ms. Klaber’s commentary on p. 72). Shale gas production will not take off in Poland until regulatory foundations have been established and a public engagement effort has been rolled out from Łebień to Żurawlów. To that end, Cleantech Poland has founded the Poland Shale Coalition (Fundacja Polska Koalicja Łupkowa), an organization open to anybody. Partly through the Shale Gas Investment Guide, and partly through organized outreach in the countryside, Cleantech Poland will support this effort - getting the facts out to the public. Please read my interview with Oisin Fanning, chairman of San Leon Energy and founding member of PSC, on page 20. It might seem that establishing a coalition before any production has actually taken place is putting the cart before the horse. Three years into development, if there’s no gas, then why bother winning public acceptance? We think different. Now is the time to reach out.


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EDITORIAL

SHALE GAS

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GUIDE

EDITOR IN CHIEF

dynamic

WOJCIECH KOS´C´

PUBLISHER PARKER SNYDER

industry

ART DIRECTOR HUNTER DIAMOND

GRAPHIC DESIGNER OLA FORYS´

PRINCIPAL ANALYST TOBIASZ ADAMCZEWSKI

KEY ACCOUNTS MAJA SOBIESZCZAK

WRITERS

HUNTER DIAMOND, PAUL GARRETT ANDREW HOBBS, STANISŁAW KOCZOT, JAKUB KOCZOT, KEITH LUKE, NIKOLAY MARCHENKO, NICHOLAS NEWMAN, GREG PENFOLD, SONJA VAN RENSSEN, . CLAUDIA PEREZ RIVAS, DOMINIC SWIRE, ALICE TRUDELLE, JUDE WEBBER

Dear Colleague, Here’s a little history.

PHOTOGRAPHY

In 2011, equity investors in New York and London were throwing money at Polish shale. Soros, Blackstone, Fidelity (and a bunch of high net worth individuals) took out large positions in the independents operating exploratory acreage in Poland. Today, long after the bubble burst, many of those independents are trading at or above cash.

PUBLISHED BY

Power is shifting away from foreign-owned operators to the national oil companies. One foreign industry participant, at a presentation led by the chief geologist Piotr Woźniak, saw a slide with a chart of the concessions the Polish government is likely to “reclaim” in the coming years. Equity investors, once red hot about Poland, are talking enthusiastically about tight gas in Ukraine and Romania or have simply moved on.

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EDITORIAL CONTACT WOJCIECH@CLEANTECHPOLAND.COM (+48) 602 458 099

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GENERAL REQUESTS

Where do we go from here? We go forward, and we go together. That’s why Cleantech Poland has founded the Poland Shale Coalition. You don’t start a coalition when things are going well. You start a coalition when everyone has written off the future of what may one day be a dynamic, thriving industry. The PSC is organized as a foundation, and is open to anyone. Including you. Come join us.

INFO@CLEANTECHPOLAND.COM

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Partners

To become a partner for the magazine, please contact the publisher The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) is a business organization that serves and promotes its member companies. AmCham fosters positive relationships with the government and promotes the free market spirit for the benefit of business. Ul. Emilii Plater 53, 00-113 Warsaw www.amcham.com.pl Cleantech Poland is a consultancy for sustainable business. Cleantech Poland provides services to the upstream oil and gas sectors. The Shale Gas Investment Guide/Poland is part of a portfolio that includes the magazine Cleantech. Ul. Pustelnicka 48/22 04-138 Warsaw info@cleantechpoland.com

Poland Shale Coalition is an industry organization open to anyone. The Poland Shale Coalition, founded in 2013, aims at education and outreach. Founding members of the Poland Shale Coalition receive priority outreach in their concession areas. ul. Rzymowskiego 53, Warszawa, 02-697 PolandShaleCoalition@cleantechpoland.com

PwC PwC provides oil and gas companies with services in assurance, advisory and tax & legal. A global services company, PwC has been in Poland for 20 years and counts many of the largest oil and gas companies as clients. Al. Armii Ludowej 14, 00-638 Warsaw www.pwc.pl SSW SSW provides comprehensive tax and legal advisory services. SSW, whose main practice areas are energy and natural resources, advises investors on the business implications of the government’s royalty proposal. Rondo ONZ 1, 00-124 Warsaw www.ssw.pl

COMPANY INDEX A Abbot Group 29, Acoustic Geophysical n

(Viking) 29, AECom 29, Apex Contracting 29, Archer Well - Allis Chalmers 29, Argo Geological Consultants 29, Arnco 30, AVISHIP 30 n B Baker Corp 30, Baker Hughes 30, Balance Point Control BV 30, Baltic Ceramics 30, BDP International  31, Bentec 31, Bireta 31, Blackstone 9, Brenntag 31n C C.A.T. 31, C.H. Robinson 31, Caterpilar 32, CB&I 32, CDM Smith 32, Chevron 17, Champion Technologies 32, Cleantech Poland 32, ConocoPhillips 8, 18, Continuous Control Sols (CCS) 32, Core Laboratories 34, Cuadrilla Resources 18, n D DBM Services 34, dGB Earth Sciences 34, Discovery Drilling Equipment 34, DNV 34, DOW 34, Dow Corning  35, DOW Microbial Control 35, Drill-Lab (PGNiG) 35, Drilltech 35, Duon 35 n E Efir Energy LTd 35, EkoTech Energy 36, Energy Specialists Plat (ESP) 36, Ensign 36, EurMidstream 36, Exalo

Want to see if your company was mentioned? Here's our index to help you out.*

Drilling 36, Expro 36 n F Fairstar Heavy Transport 37, Fidelity 9, Fugro 37 n G GE Oil & Gas 37, GAZ-System 14, Geo-Microbial Tech (GMT) 37, GEO-Data 37, GeoDynamics Research 37, Geofizyka Kraków (PGNiG) 40, Geofizyka Torun (PGNiG) 40, Geokrak 40, GeoLog 40, Geomage 40, Geotrace Data Int Services 40, GL Noble Denton 41, Global Geophysical 41, Golder Associates 41, GSE Environmental 41n H Halliburton  41, Hardbanding Solutions 41n I IHS 42, ILF Consulting Engineers 42, IP Group 42, INiG (PGNiG) 42, Inwatec 42, ION 42, ITS (Int Tubular Serv) 44 n J JSH Drilling, Ltd. 44 K KCA DEUTAG 44, Kidova 44 n L Lane Energy n 8, 18, 20, Lemitor 44 n M Marcellus Shale Coalition 8, 22, 23, Maxi Cargo 44, Meehan Drilling 46, MI-SWACO 46, MND Drilling 46, Multi-chem 46n N NADRA Group 46, National Oilwell Varco 46, Navigant 47, Neste Jacobs

47, NOKE 21, NTS Construction 47, NuTech Energy 47n P Pace Global Energy 47, Packers Plus 47, Pangea 48, PanTerra Geo 48, PBG Geophysical 48, Perekop Bromine 48, Perforator 48, Petrofac 48, PFC Energy 50, PGNiG 14, 21, Poland Shale Coalition 8, 9, 20, PP- Eko 50, Pruitt  50, ProChem 50, PwC 50 R Rodelta Pumps 50 n S San Leon Energy 8, n 20, Schlumberger 51, SERAFIM 51, SGS 51, SIMCO International 51, Spirit Technologies 51, Soros Fund Management 9, Sumitomo Europe 51, Superior Energy Services 52 T Tata Steel Group 52, Tebodin 52, n TECH-POMP 52, Tenaris 52, TPS - Technitube Röhrenwerke52, Trinity Corporate Services 54 n U United Oilfield Services 54, URS 54, US Steel 54 n V Vallourec 54, Veolia Water Systems 54 n W Weatherford 55, Weir Oil & Gas Division 55, Wellynx 55, Workstrings 55

* Please see the Services Directory for a list of companies operating in the EU-27

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GUIDE

Country

HU

PL

PT

RO

SK

SI

ES

UK

# of companies # of licenses # of wells

5 10 7

27 106 48

3 8 1

10 21 -

6 8 -

2 1 1

28 46 -

61 188 4

I ND I CA T O R S

W E L L S T O D AT E

A N A LY S T ' S V I E W

ACTIVE EU - 27 COUNTRIES

HU

PL

PT

RO

SK

SI

ES

UK

# of companies # of licenses # of wells

5 10 7

27 106 48

3 8 1

10 21 -

6 8 -

2 1 1

28 46 -

61 188 4

SOURCE: CLEANTECH POLAND

UNCONVENTIONAL OIL AND GAS

Country

(HU) Hungary, (PL) Poland, (PT) Portugal, (RO) Romania, (SK) Slovakia, (SI) Slovenia, (ES) Spain, (UK) United Kingdom

Company

-

PGNiG

8

1

Lubocino - 1, Lubycza Królewska - 1, Markowola -1, Lubocino - 2H, Opalino - 2, Wysin -1, Kochanowo-1, Borcz -1

ExxonMobil

2

-

Krupe - 1, Siennica - 1**

BNK/LNG/RG/SR

3

-

Wytowno S - 1, Lębork S - 1, Starogard S - 1

3Legs Resources

1

-

Łęgowo LE - 1

Chevron

4

1

Grabowiec - 6, Frampol - 1, Zwierzyniec -1, Kraśnik -1

Orlen Upstream

8

2

Syczyn - OU1, Berejów - OU1, Syczyn – OU2K, Goździk-OU1, Berejów - OU2K, Stręczyn-OU1, Uścimów-OU1, Dobryniów – OU1

Marathon Oil

6

-

ORZ Cyców - 01, SIE - Domanice - 01, RYP - Lutocin - 01, KWI - Prabuty - 1, BRO - NM Lubawskie - 01, SOK - Grębków - 01

Eni

3

-

Bągard - 1, Stare Miasto - 1, Kamionka - 1

San Leon

8

-

Siciny - 2, Belvedere - 1**, Chopin - 1**, Lelechów SL - 1, Czasław SL - 1, Lewino - 1, Szymkowo - 1, Rogity - 1

BNK

2

-

Gapowo B - 1, Miszewo T - 1

Wisent Oil&Gas

2

-

Rodele - 1, Babiak - 1

Cuadrilla

4

-

Preese Hall 1, Grange Hill 1Z, Becconsall 1Z, Anna’s Road 1 new since May 2013

large financial expenditure needs, political risk and legislative instability, companies are finding it hard to engage in massive unconventional exploration programs. The European Commission is working on a report concerning hydraulic fracturing and its environmental impact, expected in the third quarter of this year. Some countries still have moratoria imposed (FR, BG, CZ, LX), while others are either waiting for special reports (IE, NL) or have regional bans (North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany, Cantabria in Spain). Italy and Finland are not interested in exploring shale, while Austria and Denmark imposed such strict environmental regulations that made operating there practically impossible. Germany will wait on legislative initiatives until the fall elections, also putting a halt on exploration activities. Real development is only taking place in Poland with 48 wells drilled to date and the UK, where the recent BGS and DECC report, The Carboniferous Bowland Shale Gas Study estimates that there are as many as 23.3 - 64.6 tcm of resource in place. 

UK

4

POLAND

CP/3Legs Res.

Łebień LE - 1, Warblino - 1H, Łebień LE - 2H, Strzeszewo LE - 1

* Overall ** On a relinquished concession

TOBIASZ ADAMCZEWSKI P R I N C I P A L A N A LY S T

 Between environmental concerns,

Well Names

OA*

-1-

Gdańsk

Olsztyn

wells in red are ongoing

Szczecin

SOURCE: MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AS OF AUG 2013, CLEANTECH POLAND RESEARCH, DECC AS OF AUG 2013

Bydgoszcz

Poznań

MARKET OVERVIEW

WARSZAWA

IN POLAND

Łódź

CHANGE OVER TIME

Lublin

Change over time

Rigs in Poland

PP* (HHP)

August 2013

30

180,000

48

20

11

May 2013

31

180,000

44

18

10

Wells to date

Wells Wells stimulated ** horizontal ***

SOURCE: MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT BASED ON SELF-REPORTING, CLEANTECH POLAND RESEARCH

Wrocław

Katowice

Rzeszów

Kraków

Blackpool

Preston

* Pressure pumping capacity in hydraulic horsepower ** Including DFIT *** Including directional drilling

Blackburn

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GUIDE

I ND I CA T O R S PRICE OF GAS

SHARE PRICES

EUR/MWH

NCG Spot

40.50

37.50

30.00

26.90

25.76

115.67

Sep

Nov

Jan

 The price discrepancy between US and EU gas remains very high. For the price of one MWh of cheap US gas, we would only get a third of that in Europe.

PRICE OF OIL

Mar

Jul

Source (August 6, 2013)

EUR/MWh

Henry Hub, US NetConnect, Germany

8.60 25.76

Light Sweet Crude Oil (WTI) Futures Brent Crude Oil Last Day Financial Futures

WEEKLY AVERAGE $ USD / BARREL

116

May

SOURCE: EEX, EIA

22.50

112.50

107.94 105.35

100

SOURCE: NYMEX

A separate issue is how Poland could use the potentially large amounts of gas from shale into use. Gas-based power has only been coming online quite recently in Poland (mostly within the last decade) and, to date, less than 10 percent of the power in Poland is generated from natural gas. There are plans, however, to increase the use of the resource are already written into the country’s energy strategy. As many as 18 new gas-fired power plants are undergoing permitting procedures or are under construction now. Currently there is 934 MWe (electric) of installed gas-fired power capacity, primarily owned by Poland’s gas utility PGNiG. Before these new capacity goes online, economics of generating energy from gas will have to be looked into. The biggest obstacle with using gas as a nominal power source is its price (see chart on top of this page). With planned new power and the need to liberalize the gas market, much investment will be needed in Poland’s gas transmission and distribution systems. GazSystem, the country’s gas transmission system operator, has planned for the construction of 1,000 kilometers of new transmission pipelines between 2014 and 2018, at a cost of roughly PLN 5 billion (USD 1.6 billion), as well as looking into building infrastructure to connect with Slovaka and the Czech Republic. Gaz-System is also completing its Świnoujście LNG terminal project by the Baltic sea. While the investment is said to cost approximately 2.7 billion PLN, there exists little doubt that it is necessary. Upon completion, the terminal will be able to supply 5 billion m3 of gas per year with a possible increase to 7.5 billion m3 in the future. That would mean annual gas consumption’s increase by 50 percent.

HIGH METHANE GAS

84

Sep

Nov

Jan

Mar

May

Jul

 The spread between WTI and Brent has narrowed as demand for US domestic oil increased over the last quarter. The EIA reports that recently improved pipeline networks and crude-by-rail links facilitated direct delivery from production areas to refining centers, which helped move the shale-related oil glut.

PRICE OF COAL 104

STEAM COAL FUTURES

Rotterdam Coal Central Appalachain Coal

$ USD / TONNE

94.00 75.65

77 50

58.94

Sep

Nov

Jan

Mar

May

Jul

 Since the early 2011 peak price of approx. 150 USD/tonne for Central Appalachian coal, prices have tumbled by over 60%. Lower than predicted demand from China and higher Chinese domestic output of the energy resource led to overproduction and a price drop.

SELECTED INDEPENDENTS OPERATING IN POLAND AND THE UK

Company

Ticker

Currency

share price

3LEG Resources BNK Petroleum Dart Energy LNG Resources San Leon Energy AJ Lucas Group

(3LEG:LN) (BKX:CN) (DTE:AU) (LNG.V) (SLE:LN) (AJL:AU)

£GBP (p) $CAD $AUD $CAD £GBP $AUD

28.75 1.21 0.14 0.015 5.7 1.56

SOURCE: LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE, TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE, AUSTRALIAN SECURITIES EXCHANGE

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Aug 12, 2013

% Change

% Change

% Change

-1.71 34.44 40.00 -25.00 10.68 77.27

-25.32 14.15 0.00 -40.00 -44.39 87.95

-87.77 -59.12 -44.44 -94.74 -71.85 0.00

(in one month)

(in one year)

(in two years)

SOURCE: NYMEX, ICE

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EXPERT OPINION

New EU restrictions proposed A proposed draft law of a forthcoming EIA directive related to environmental impact assessments may impose restrictions on shale gas exploration. PIOTR SPACZYNSKI, PARTNER, AT TORNEY AT LAW, S SW LAW FIRM ANNA PIOTROWSK A, AS SOCIATE, S SW LAW FIRM

A

In short, the amended EIA Directive’s aim is to update the current legislation relating to environmental impact assessments by improving the procedures and verifications related to EIA reporting. The EIA Directive also seeks to include participation and public consultations in the proceedings and make obligatory an EIA for all activity related to exploration, evaluation and production of shale gas. The proposed EIA Directive recognizes that the current procedure is too complicated and time-consuming. Therefore the draft introduces new mechanisms on how the EIA reports should written and verified. The experts who check the environmental reports shall have, based on their qualifications and experience, the necessary technical expertise to carry out the verification in a scientifically objective manner and in total independence from the operator and competent authorities. The proposal seeks to strengthen the role of the public at all stages of the procedure by making the public aware of projects to be undertaken. Members of the public would be entitled to institute a legal challenge, including applying for an injunction, by initiating legal proceedings within three months after the competent author-

ity announces a formal decision. As a consequence, projects shall not commence until a certain time passes for public comment. The EIA Directive in its draft form would have a significant impact on shale gas activities. To justify the additional burden placed upon operators, the draft und lines that the current provisions do not take account of how much unconventional oil and gas is being produced. This means that despite their environmental impact, the

ADVERTORIAL

planned September vote on whether to include shale gas fracking in an update of the EU Environmental Impact Assessment Directive (“EIA Directive”) was postponed to a later session. However, a draft of the proposed directive was made public, which allows us to make a preliminary assessment of its impact on unconventional oil and gas. production of shale gas would be listed in Annex I (ie, subject to a mandatory EIA Directive). With respect to environmental provisions in Poland, this draft directive is much more rigorous when it comes to mitigating environmental impact through procedures around EIAs. It is worth mentioning that the Polish EIA provisions have been modified recently to exclude exploration and production of onshore oil and gas

Should this directive be enacted in its proposed form, the Polish legislation would have to be amended to ensure it is compliant with EU law. relevant projects are not subject to mandatory EIA because they fall under the current thresholds for public comment. In accordance with the precautionary principle, and as requested by Parliament in its resolution of 21 November 2012, the draft proposes that unconventional oil and gas projects be systematically made subject to an EIA, regardless of the quantity produced. Exploration, evaluation and

from the obligatory EIA procedure (except from specific cases such as shale wells that go deeper than 5,000 meters or those that are drilled on environmentally sensitive locations). Should this directive be enacted in the proposed form, than the Polish legislation would have to be amended to ensure it’s compliant with EU law.

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C O M M U N I T Y R E L AT I O N S

The Expendables Chevron put on hold their plans to drill a well on the Grabowiec concession. Protesters, camping out 24/7, are live-blogging their opposition from a hayfield. What’s the fuss all about? BY WOJCIECH KOSC PHOTOGRAPHY BY SZYMON SZCZESNIAK

Emil Jabłoński: let companies drill where people don’t mind it

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FEATURE

“Our experiences with the other communities in which we are operating have been positive” - Grazyna Bukowska, Chevron Spokeswoman

“WHO’S IN THAT CAR? Quickly,

take down his license plate number!” I can hear someone shout from a makeshift campsite in the rural landscape of Żurawlów, in south east Poland. It was only a stranger, and he seemed to care little about shale gas exploration. But even the sight of an unexpected visitor kept a dozen or so campaigners on high alert. They’ve learned that strangers mean trouble. I’ve arrived in southeastern Poland to talk to a group calling themselves “Occupy Chevron” who have been preventing the US oil and gas major f rom e nte r i ng t he Gr ab ow i e c concession. Security guards, employed by Chevron, are camping next to the site. The two sides are watching one another. According to t he Żuraw lów objectors, a few months ago, locals were caught flat-footed when Chevron arrived to the concession to start operations. “Our kids were on their way to school and alerted us. Phone call followed phone call and soon the entire village was here,” said Małgorzata Jabłońska, a Żurawlów villager and the wife of Emil, the local administrator, or sołtys. After a standoff that lasted several hours, Chevron left the site. According to protesters, the company had no other

choice, being unable to produce documentation that gave them permission to enter the site, such as a land reclamation plan or a permit to transport equipment on a road with a

driven to the site, had to leave on flatbeds. After the standoff, the Żurawlów people decided to go on a 24/7 watch to protect their land, they say.

load bearing capacity no greater than 5 tonnes. “ We a s k e d t h e m a b o ut t h e reclamation plan and other documents, one by one, and they had none,” said Andrzej Bąk, a power engineer who handles documentation of the protest and communication with officials. He notes that the equipment that was

INTERNET & HAY BALES Mr. Bąk shows me around the campsite. It’s spare in terms of amenities, and water has to be carried in bottles. The protesters sleep on hale bales (“They’re super hard,” one protester joked). The tent is about five meters by ten meters in size. But it’s more than just pitchforks these protesters are using as weapons of engagement. Just outside the tent, an internet-connected camera broadcasts video on a blog set up on tumblr.com. At a small table, Mr. Bąk is busy uploading the most recent pictures. On the blog, there are updates posted on a regular basis, including a letter of support from an outspoken antifracking activist and member of the European Parliament, Jose Bove. Articles about anti-shale gas activism across the world can be found alongside links to articles that highlight what protesters say are the environmental dangers of hydraulic fracturing. Anti-shale conference in the European Parliament, reads one headline. Gas from Polish shales will be eight times 

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“If we could have talked to Chevron and engaged with them, it may be different now. But we didn’t like being treated as nobodies. We didn’t like being ignored”

Andrzej Bak working at his computer at the protest site. A few weeks after this photo was taken, a local daily reported that Chevron didnt have a valid concession for drilling in Żurawlów. Chevron wasn’t available for comment on this particular development at the time of press.

Emil Jabłonski, Sołtys of Zurawłów

more expensive than conventional!, reads another. Can fracking contaminate drinking water? Still another: Solidarity with the Balcombe protesters! Balcombe is an English village where a UK operator, Cuadrilla Resources, has faced organized protests from antifracking activists. Much like in Poland, the UK government has voiced strong support for companies’ efforts to prove up UK shale gas potential, considered to be the largest in Europe. As in Poland, production of shale gas is seen as an important way to address energy demand while reducing dependence on imports. IGNORED, OFFENDED At the protest site in Żurawlów, Emil Jabłoński, the local sołtys (village administrator), tells me that the protest isn’t against shale gas as such. “If we could have talked to Chevron and engaged with them, it may be different now. But we didn’t like being treated as nobodies. We didn’t like being ignored,” he said. Mr. Jabłoński is referring in part to a January 2012 meeting that was supposed to be a discussion about Chevron’s plans for the Grabowiec concession, but quickly disintegrated, as Chevron representatives walked out. 18 | SHALE GAS INVESTMENT GUIDE | SUMMER 2013

No one went home happy. “I understand that shale gas could be a very good thing for Poland and I say let companies drill where people don’t mind it,” Mr. Jabłoński said in reaction to the news about unaided gas flow from the Łebień well, operated by ConocoPhillips and Lane Energy. “But we don’t need industry here because we’re farmers working on Poland’s best soil,” he said. Look at an agricultural map of Poland and you’ll find the area is rich

Not gonna give up; will Chevron?

in chernozem soils, with a high humus content, resulting in high fertility and big agricultural yields. Żurawlów sits in this particularly fertile belt. Nearly all of the protesters are farmers, operating on tens of hectares of land. The size of their farms is above the Polish average, as Poland is a country dominated by small farms often less than a few hectares. Mr. Jabłoński, for example, grows rapeseed, beetroots and wheat on 50 hectares. Today, the Żurawlów protests are in


FEATURE

their fourth month. When prompted to state what they want as an outcome, they say their goal is to get Chevron’s Grabowiec concession canceled (and the company’s other concessions: Zwierzyniec, Frampol, and Kraśnik) on the grounds that exploration poses a risk to drinking water, which is protected by domestic and international law. The protesters also claim that certain boundaries on licenses held by Chevron weren’t correctly marked off prior to commencing operations, and that the US company doesn’t have a valid permit for storing waste in rock mass. Lastly, they allege that someone’s water was contaminated following Chevron’s seismic works on a different location in the Grabowiec concession. DEVELOPMENT’S ON The ministry of environment has said these allegations are incorrect. In a written reply to the protesters from June 2013, the ministry said that drilling and other mining works don’t impact water reservoirs that are typically 100 to 150 meters deep while shale rock formations are several thousand meters deeper. “Exploratory drilling for shale gas is a routine operation, and the technology was

developed many years ago,” the ministry wrote to the protesters. The ministry also said that no drinking water on the Grabowiec concession showed any contamination due to seismic projects. As for determining whether they had legal access to enter the land, the matter belongs to local authorities, the ministry said. “We’re not giving up on the issue,” Mr. Bąk said, as he looked at the ministry’s document on his computer. Neither is Chevron giving up on their Polish plans. Referring to what’s going on in Żurawlów, Chevron’s spokeswoman Grażyna Bukowska, wrote that the protesters are a minority group in a society that’s otherwise very supportive of shale gas development. “We believe the views expressed by a minority of opponents don’t reflect the opinions of the broader community. According to the latest CBOS survey from June 2013, 78 percent of Poles support [shale gas], five percent more than in August 2011. Our experiences with other communities in which we are operating have been positive,” Ms. Bukowska wrote in an e-mail to the SGIG. Ms. Bukowska declined to answer specific questions, like whether the

company did or did not have valid documents to enter the Żurawlów site in June. “All concessions are valid,” Ms. Bukowska said. In an interview with Rzeczpospolita, a Polish daily, Chevron’s country manager John Claussen reiterated the company’s longstanding interest in Polish shale gas. “We take a regional view, as we’re operating in Lithuania and Romania as well, but Poland is the most important for us,” Mr. Claussen said. “Currently, we finished drilling our fourth exploration well. The fact that we are working in a safe and responsible manner was confirmed by the results of checks from authorized agencies. We were controlled by the Supreme Control Chamber, which confirmed that it has no objections to our work. We were controlled by the District Mining Office six times. We also received positive feedback from the Regional In s p e c t or at e of E nv i ron m e nt Protection,” Ms. Bukowska wrote. In Żurawlów, the protesters say they have found a new angle to pursue to get rid of Chevron. “We’re going to c h a l l e nge t h e v a l i d it y of t h e concessions, as granted without tenders, which is against the EU regulations,” Mr. Bąk said.

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INTERVIEW

Mr. Fanning Oisin Fanning, the chairman of San Leon Energy, believes the Poland Shale Coalition will play a key role. “Anything that is going to promote shale gas here is absolutely worth doing.”

“The Polish shales are simply difficult for E&P. On the other hand, there have been much bigger problems that the oil and gas people have managed to solve” Professor Jerzy Nawrocki

BY SGIG PHOTOGRAPHY BY SZYMON SZCZESNIAK

What was your reason for becoming a founding member of Poland Shale Coalition (PSC)? Poland’s no different to any other potential shale gas market. Anything that is going to promote shale gas here is absolutely worth doing. I think that the Poland Shale Coalition needs to push the shale gas agenda within Poland and also abroad. We need to work to change the environment we’re working in as operators. There’s a problem with the pace at which the development is happening, changes of the regulatory regime plus political aspects that confuse international markets. There’s been some bad press about how Poland has been handling its shale gas effort plus some controver20 | SHALE GAS INVESTMENT GUIDE | SUMMER 2013

sies about operators’ approach to local communities. To address these, don’t we need an organization to advocate and educate? I don’t much think that community outreach is key, however, because the communities I‘ve worked with had no issues with shale gas and with us specifically. But let me give you an example of a community approach we prefer. When we were starting our seismic campaign we went down on the ground and signed five thousand two hundred contracts with local farmers to access their land. Not only did it give us and them strong footing for our work, but we got to know them. When we showed up with equipment, they knew who we were, and what we planned to do. No one batted an eyelid when we came. You cannot

operate in any country without approval of the local people. You might call that public relations but I call that common sense. What’s more, they told us that they learned more from us about shale gas than from the government. San Leon was optimistic about pressure tests done in wells in Siciny. Lane Energy flowed gas from the Łebien well. Does that mean Polish unconventional gas is awakening from the lull that lasted 12 months? I’m optimistic as ever about Polish unconventional gas. Lane Energy did flow gas unaided and that means no less than the gas is there. I don’t care about the flow rate now. The gas is there. It’s a very good result for Lane and for the entire shale gas industry in Poland. 


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“You cannot operate in any country without approval of the local people. You might call that public relations but I call that common sense” - Oisin Fanning, San Leon Energy

That’s all well and good, but with such an unimpressive number of wells drilled to date, Poland’s still not in position to look forward to commercial production, is it? Poland needs to improve on couple issues, and one of them is that it needs to speed up the drilling rate. In America, the number of wells in any given play was 65 on average a month. In Poland, we don’t even have that many wells in the entire Baltic Basin. Why has the drilling been going on so slowly? This is due to the slow rate at which the regulatory regime has been changing. The changes themselves aren’t clear: you don’t know when a new tax will come up, and how much it will be. You don’t know for sure whether or not NOKE [a proposed state-owned participant] will take over stakes in concessions. If yes, we have no idea when. All this is causing the development to slow down. Now, I want to be understood correctly: no one expects Poland to change its laws overnight. We know that only a few years ago Poland’s oil and gas regime was really serving one company, PGNiG. Suddenly, Poland had to move quickly toward a situation where pretty much every international player came here and started operations. Some of them have left by now, but not all and you can be sure that even those who have left are watching what’s going on here. In our view, because San Leon is an independent company, you should be adapting to changes better than majors. Is that true?

The chairman of the LSE listed explorer San Leon Energy, has joined the PSC as its founding member

Majors absolutely don’t have to be here. They have a lot of money and people. They don’t have to drill here because they can drill anytime anywhere. The problem is that if they’re leaving it gives Poland bad press abroad, which I think is completely unnecessary. I am sure though that once someone hits a sweet spot, they’ll be back again. That’s assuming sweet spots are to be hit at all. Let me get that clear: I am absolutely certain that Poland will flow shale gas. I have no doubts about it whatsoever. Poland does have huge reserves of shale gas. I think it’s nonsense to say that Poland is so much different to the US. No, Polish shales are no more different to the Barnett or Marcellus than any shales anywhere in the world. All you need to

do is to do more drilling. In two years shale gas will be proven up. Are Polish shales really absolutely no different than the US ones? Every single play in the United States is different, they have different TOCs [total organic carbon], different depths, different clay contents, etc. It’s all about unlocking the recipe to get Mother Nature to release her bounty. Intensity of drilling will solve this. That will absolutely happen in Poland. I also think that – even with a small number of wells drilled to date – companies have by now figured out what it’s going to take to keep the fracks open. It was an important technological issue and I think that it’s going to take a ceramic proppant scenario to push development forward.

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INTERVIEW

Ms. Klaber Since its inception in 2008, the Marcellus Shale Coalition has, according to its CEO Kathryn Klaber, succeeded in creating a “unified voice and focused priorities.” We interviewed Ms. Klaber in late summer 2013 to get a snapshot of her achievements as she prepared to depart the organization after a tenure lasting nearly five years. BY PARKER SNYDER P H O T O G R A P H Y BY C A R O L M O N T OYA

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INTERVIEW

“The MSC support regulations that balance the financial cost and maximize the environmental outcome” - Kathryn Z. Klaber, former Marcellus Shale Coalition CEO Traditionally, oil and gas operators have not engaged the public all that much. Why now the need for a coalition? Over the last three and a half years, we’ve succeeded in creating a strong unified voice, and we can raise that voice to decision makers. Sometimes, a company will do something on its own, but the Coalition gets everyone to act together on major policy initiatives and community outreach. It’s kind of herding cats, but in a good, productive way. What elements of your training helped you in determining a strategy and outreach effort? The first: my undergraduate degree in environmental science. I spent a decade working for an international health and safety firm. There, I got to understand how regulatory frameworks function. The second key, I worked in public policy, with senior level decision makers, as part of a regional economic development organization. The third: an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University, which exposed me to the business drivers. If I can add a fourth leg to the table, it would be my local knowledge, spending the time in the communities where we needed to be successful. The Marcellus basin grew quickly, with well counts doubling year-onyear. What was that like in retrospect? We did have a period, in 2007 and 2008, where the regulatory agency took a step back and said, let’s make sure that we have a regulatory framework to support this kind of development. The MSC supported this approach and worked with environmental regulators to modernize the oversight regime. During that period, the leasing activity was significant. After the leasing

period subsided, development took off. Today we have approximately 4,000 unconventional wells producing in Pennsylvania, which is considerable when just a few years ago we had only a few hundred producing wells. The understanding of the quality of the resource also played a significant role. That’s when companies started investing for the long term. We realized even back then in the early days that the MSC was in for long-term challenges. What were some of those challenges? Rapid growth, a lack of depth in the vendor base, and issues with a weak supply chain. However, the other challenge that a previously adored fuel (natural gas) was now being perceived as a threat to renewables. At the same time a lot of the state and federal subsidies for renewables started to dry up [at the time of the financial crisis]. So there was a conflict, or a perceived conflict, with some groups. Special interest groups wanted to block the development of unconventional gas because they wrongly believed it would threaten the growth of renewables. The MSC, and many economists and policymakers, believe that natural gas and renewables complement one another. The energy pie is big enough in the United States for all fuel sources to succeed. The MSC has been active promoting industry best practices. Why is that? Early on, when we were challenged by regulatory authorities, we could have responded in a defensive mode, but we chose to take a proactive industry-led effort to raise the bar. MSC started writing recommended practices in 2010, at first internally, but beginning in 2012, we began to release those practices on our website. We received, and continue

to receive, a very positive response from a number of key stakeholders. Some media outlets begin to cite our recommended practices. Although there are a number of industry standards, such as API’s, we feel our recommended practices have an awareness of the regional issues and what’s important to people of Pennsylvania. What about lobbying? We’ve heard the MSC has been active funding such efforts. From the very first day, we knew we needed to be active lobbyists, in both the nation’s capital, Washington, DC, and Pennsylvania’s capital, Harrisburg. That was a priority from the beginning. What has changed is our understanding of lobbying. Now, it’s our mission to be involved in broader based education to a range of constituents. That means grassroots engagement in local communities. Why reach out to local communities? Elected officials are appropriately aware of the opinions of those who elected them. If you only do direct advocacy, you are asking them to be out front of their constituents. If you do only grassroots work, the tasks are too large to be handled successfully. That’s why there has to be both. There has to be broadbased education, and there has to be direct lobbying. What was one particular mistake that you made, looking back? We focused so much in the communities where development was occurring to the detriment of the places that didn’t have the resource. It was an issue of our priorities. There were whole segments of Pennsylvania who had no idea what this had to do with them. But it has a lot to do with them! The development of the Marcellus shale play means lower energy prices, and prosperity throughout the state.

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SHALE GAS

investment

GUIDE

SERVICES DIRECTORY water, waste, proppant, sand, pipe, gelling agents, biocides logistics, health, safety, environment, seismic, permitting pressure pumping, casing, cementing, coil tubing, drill bits

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DRILLING SERVICES

CO M PA N Y N A M E . . . . . PAG E

Casing & Cementing

Baker Hughes Exalo Halliburton Schlumberger

30 36 41 51

Weatherford UOS

55 54

Directional Drilling

Baker Hughes Drill-tech Halliburton Exalo

30 35 41 36

Meehan Drilling Schlumberger Weatherford UOS

46 51 55 54

Drill Bits, Fluid Systems

Baker Hughes Exalo Halliburton MI-SWACO

30 36 41 46

Pruitt UOS Schlumberger

50 54 51

Drilling Tools and Services

Baker Hughes Bentec Drill-tech Exalo

30 31 35 36

JSH Drilling Tool National Oilwell Varco Pruitt

44 46 50

Engineering and Modeling

CCS Core Laboratories (Saybolt) Geolog ILF

32 34 40 42

Wellynx National Oilwell Varco

55 46

Arnco Hardbanding Solutions

30 41

Mud Logging

Baker Hughes Drill-Lab Exalo Geolog

30 35 36 40

GEO-data Geokrak Halliburton Schlumberger

37 40 41 51

30 41 51 55

UOS

54

MWD and LWD

Baker Hughes Halliburton Schlumberger Weatherford

Pipe Supply

JSH Drilling National Oilwell Varco Sumitomo Europe Tenaris

44 46 51 52

US Steel Workstrings

54 55

Rig Contracting

Discovery Drilling Exalo KCA Deutag MND Drilling

34 36 44 46

National Oilwell Varco UOS

47 55

EkoTech Energy MI-SWACO

36 46

Apex Contracting

50

Apex Contracting CDM Smith NTS Construction

50 31 47

Hard Banding

Waste Management

UOS Weatherford

54 55

Water Hauling

Well Pad Construction

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COMPLETIONS

CO M PA N Y N A M E . . . . . PAG E Baker Hughes Exalo Halliburton Schlumberger Weatherford UOS

30 36 41 51 55 54

Brenntag Champion Technologies DOW Dow Corning Dow Microbial MultiChem

31 32 34 41 41 51

Coil Tubing

Baker Hughes Drill-tech Halliburton Exalo Meehan Drilling Schlumberger Weatherford UOS

30 35 41 36 46 51 55 54

Equipment Supply

Baker Corp Balance Point Control Bentec C.A.T. Caterpillar Discovery Drilling Drill-Lab Drilltech

30 30 31 31 32 34 35 35

Baker Hughes Halliburton Exalo Schlumberger Tenaris Weatherford UOS

30 41 36 51 52 55 54

Baltic Ceramics Weir

30 55

AECom Apex Contracting Baker Corp CDM Smith GE Oil & Gas PP-EKO Veolia

29 29 30 32 37 50 54

Casing & Cementing

Chemicals

Pressure Pumping

Proppant Supply

Water Management

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GE Oil & Gas ITS (Parker) JSH Drilling Lemitor National Oilwell Varco Packers Plus Superior Energy Services Tech Pomp

37 44 44 44 46 47 52 52

Tenaris UOS Weir Workstrings

52 54 55 55


3rd PARTY SERVICES SERVICES

CO M PA N Y N A M E . . . . . PAG E

Basin Modeling

Argo Baker Hughes GEO-Data Geokrak

29 30 37 40

Construction of Well Pads Construction of Roads

Apex Contracting CDM Smith NTS Construction

50 31 47

PWC Trinity Corporate Services

50 29

Argo ION GEO-Data Geokrak

29 42 37 40

Cleantech Poland

34

AECom CDM Smith Golder & Associates GSE Environmental

29 32 41 41

DBM Services

34

Argo Baker Hughes GEO-Data Geokrak

29 30 37 40

HAYS IP Group

42 42

Land Man

Apex Contracting CDM Smith IP Group

29 32 42

Permitting

Apex Contracting CDM Smith IP Group

29 32 42

Acoustic Geophysical Apex Contracting ION Geofizyka Krak贸w

29 29 42 40

Corporate Services

Data Services

Due Dilligence Equity Fundraising

Environmental Services

Geomage Kidova Pangea Serafim

40 44 48 51

Geofizyka Krak贸w Geofizyka Torun Geolog Geomage

40 40 40 40

Geotrace Kidova Pangea PFC Energy

40 44 48 50

Inwatec Lemitor PP-EKO URS

42 44 50 54

Veolia Water

54

Facilities Management

Geological Analysis

Human Resources

Seismic Services

Bireta

Geomage Kidova Pangea Serafim

40 44 48 51

Geofizyka Torun IP Group ION UOS

40 42 42 54

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Technical Translation

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SE R V I C E S D I R ECTORY* Abbot Group Acoustic Geophysical (Viking) AECom Apex Contracting Archer Well - Allis Chalmers Argo Geological Consultants Arnco AVISHIP Baker Corp Baker Hughes Balance Point Control BV Baltic Ceramics BDP International Bentec Bireta Brenntag C.A.T. C.H. Robinson Caterpilar CB&I CDM Smith Cleantech Poland Champion Technologies Continuous Control Sols (CCS) Core Laboratories DBM Services dGB Earth Sciences Discovery Drilling Equipment DNV DOW Dow Corning DOW Microbial Control Drill-Lab (PGNiG) Drilltech Duon Efir Energy LTd EkoTech Energy Energy Specialists Plat (ESP) Ensign EurMidstream Exalo Drilling Expro Fairstar Heavy Transport Fugro GE Oil & Gas Geo-Microbial Tech (GMT) GEO-Data GeoDynamics Research Geofizyka Kraków (PGNiG) Geofizyka Torun (PGNiG) Geokrak

29 29 29 29 29 29 30 30 30 30 30 30 31 31 31 31 31 31 32 32 32 32 32 32 34 34 34 34 34 34 35 35 35 35 35 35 36 36 36 36 36 36 37 37 37 37 37 37 40 40 40

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GeoLog Geomage Geotrace Data Int Services GL Noble Denton Global Geophysical Golder Associates GSE Environmental Halliburton Hardbanding Solutions IHS ILF Consulting Engineers IP Group INiG (PGNiG) Inwatec ION ITS (Int Tubular Serv) JSH Drilling, Ltd. KCA DEUTAG Kidova Lemitor Maxi Cargo Meehan Drilling MI-SWACO MND Drilling Multi-chem NADRA Group National Oilwell Varco Navigant Neste Jacobs NTS Construction NuTech Energy Pace Global Energy Packers Plus Pangea PanTerra Geo PBG Geophysical Perekop Bromine Perforator Petrofac PFC Energy PP- Eko Pruitt ProChem PwC Rodelta Pumps Schlumberger SERAFIM SGS SIMCO International Spirit Technologies Sumitomo Europe

40 40 40 41 41 41 41 41 41 42 42 42 42 42 42 44 44 44 44 44 44 46 46 46 46 46 46 47 47 47 47 47 47 48 48 48 48 48 48 50 50 50 50 50 50 51 51 51 51 51 51

A N A LY S T ' S V I E W

PARKER SNYDER DIRECTOR, CLEANTECH POLAND

 It’s official. The slowdown in Poland

has caused kit to move to other markets. Weatherford sent equipment to Lithuania, moved their Poland country manager to Romania. Halliburton and Schlumberger have reassigned their country managers. Baker Hughes country manager is now based out of Germany. Poland is no longer the focus. These shifts reflect the fact that there’s little drilling activity. Equity backed UOS won its first pumping contract, although the job was basically awarded at cost. Elsewhere in Europe, drilling is slow to pick up. The UK shows the most promise; Cuadrilla is most active. (see chart) Germany could take off. Exxon has some 50 wells planned and could commence after national elections. Romania and Ukraine will move slowly along. Parker Snyder (+48) 517 469 881 Parker@cleantechpoland.com

Superior Energy Services Tata Steel Group Tebodin TECH-POMP Tenaris TPS - Technitube Röhrenwerke Trinity Corporate Services United Oilfield Services URS US Steel Vallourec Veolia Water Systems Weatherford Weir Oil & Gas Division Wellynx Workstrings

52 52 52 52 52 52 54 54 54 54 54 54 55 55 55 55

* The companies listed do business in Europe. If your company is not listed, or the information is incorrect, please contact us at info@cleantechpoland.com


S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y Construction, drilling

Abbot Group

CEE

Ul. Chłodna 11 lok. 425 00 - 891 Warsaw Poland

infohouston@ acousticgeo.com

Global

Ambassador Building Domaniewska 34a Warsaw 02-672 Poland

(+48) 228 220 051 jarek.karpiejuk@aecom.com

Poland, Iraq

Rondo ONZ, 00-124, Warsaw, Poland

Eric (+48) 503 861 695 (US) Norbert (+48) 601 999 345 (PL) apexcontracting.pl

UK, Denmark, Norway - Global

Damsgårdsveien 135 5160 Bergen Norway

(+47) 55 51 15 00 www.archerwell.com

Archer is a global oilfield service company that specializes in production drilling, unconventionals, well intervention and well integrity. Archer employs 8,300 people. The name “Allis-Chalmers” is the name of the former company, the AllisChalmers Manufacturing Company. In February 2011, Allis-Chalmers Energy merged with Seawell to form specialist drilling and well service company Archer.

Seismic services

Argo Geological Consultants

(+44) 122 429 9600

Apex Contracting provides a range of energy services, including seismic, construction and logistics for water, waste and related oilfield services. In Poland, Apex provided permitting and compensation for ION Geophysical on Poland SPAN. Apex was responsible for well pads, sound walls and roadway construction, working for clients such as Marathon Oil, Chevron and Halliburton. In Iraq, Apex is providing construction services in Kurdistan for HESS.

Integrated oilfield services

Archer Well Allis Chalmers

KCA DEUTAG Drilling GmbH Germany

AECOM is a global provider of technical and management services in transportation, facilities, environmental, energy and water. AECOM has 45,000 employees in 140 countries and 2013 revenue of $8.2 billion. If you’d like, you can follow AECOM on Twitter at @AECOM. Good to know: the Poland office was awarded a Chevron contract in 2013.

Seismic, compensation, permitting

Apex Contracting

Global

CO N TACT

Acoustic Geophysical Services provides acquisition services for land seismic projects. Viking Services B.V. (Viking) announced the completion of its acquisition of Acoustic Ventures, LLC (Acoustic Geophysical Services) in late 2012.  In a company statement, AGS said they will continue to provide seismic acquisition services in eastern and central Europe.

General services

AECom

ADDRESS

Abbot Group is an oil and gas services company based in Aberdeen, Scotland. The Abbot Group employs more than 8,000 people in over 20 countries and has two operating divisions, KCA DEUTAG and Bentec, which provide drilling and related well and facilities engineering services to the energy industry. Abbot Group has a presence in the North Sea and operates in locations such as Russia, the Middle East, Caspian Region, North and West Africa, and Asia.

Seismic services

Acoustic Geophysical (Viking)

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

SERVICES

CO M PA N Y NAME

Netherlands

Bachlaan 46 3706 BD Zeist The Netherlands

(+31) 306 959 150 info@argo-geoscience.com

Argo Geological Consultants offer geo-scientific services to the oil and gas industry. Formed in 1987, Argo consultants perform the following services: seismic interpretation, geological and geophysical mapping, stratigraphic prediction, reservoir modeling, and E&P team support. Argo Consultants can be seconded to the client office.

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CO M PA N Y NAME

S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y

Hardbanding

Arnco

Bat D3, 135 Av Pierre Semard, 84000 AVIGNON, France

(+33) 490 480 127 office@aviship.com

North America, Europe

North Lincolnshire, DN20 8UN, UK

(+44) 330 333 2611 mhiggins@bakercorp.com

Global

Ul. Rondo ONZ 1 00-124 Warszawa Poland

(+44) 203 320 4900 jens. rodiek@bakerhughes.com

UK, Germany, Netherlands

Karel Doormanstraat 4 7825 VT Emmen The Netherlands

(+31) 591 667 687 info@bpc.nl

Balance Point Control (BPC) provides hydraulic work over, snubbing, well control, engineering, wireline and rental services. Equipment includes Space Saver 385K, 340K Unit, 600K Unit, HWT 600K, Pulling Units, Casing Jack and Wireline Unit. Projects include water production shut off, straddle recovery, safeguarding a blown out well and securing a chemically contaminated well.

Proppant

Baltic Ceramics

France

Baker Hughes is an oilfield services company. Baker Hughes operates in 90 countries, providing drilling, formation evaluation, completion, production and reservoir consulting services. Baker Hughes has its headquarters in the America Tower in the American General Center in Houston. Baker Hughes Incorporated was formed when Baker International and Hughes Tool Company merged in 1987.

Balanced pressure and wireline services

Balance Point Control BV

(+44) 774 028 0302

Baker Corp provides containment, pumping and filtration equipment and services. Baker Corp provides temporary steel storage tanks to the oilfield industry. The company has 100 locations in the U.S.A. and operators internationally in Europe, Canada and Mexico. Markets include chemical, manufacturing, refining, oil and gas, construction, municipal, industrial services, environmental remediation and wastewater.

All integrated well services

Baker Hughes

Aberdeen, UK

CO N TACT

AVISHIP is dedicated to maritime transportation of project cargo, breakbulk and heavylifts. AVISHIP has a 10 year history providing lifting and maritime transport, consulting expertise and services in maritime engineering and brokerage. The company works in the energy, oil and gas industries, in projects related to civil engineering, offshore drilling and marine infrastructure.

Liquids and sludge storage

Baker Corp

Global

ADDRESS

Arnco Technology Trust, Ltd. - Arnco - does hardbanding in a history that dates to 1946 when its founder Roman F. Arnoldy developed and patented a hardfacing alloy. Arnco Technology has products to improve drill string performance and casing wear protection. Consider the product for extreme conditions in deeper, more critical, directional and horizontal extended reach wells.

Logistics (maritime)

AVISHIP

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

Poland

ul. Reymonta 7 68 - 300 Lubsko Poland

(+48) 22 654 66 14 office@balticceramics.com

Baltic Ceramics retails proppants and other products used in the extraction of hydrocarbons from unconventional oil and gas formations. Baltic Ceramics is the first proppant distributor on the Polish market, and aims to build a large production facility through both private and public funding sources.

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y

Logistics

BDP International

Europe, Middle East

Deilmannstraße 1 48455 Bad Bentheim Germany

(+49) 592 272 80 info@bentec.com

ul. Bronikowskiego 3/1 02-981 Warsaw Poland

Poland

(+48) 22 648 55 77 bireta@bireta.pl

Global

Ul. Kwasowa 5 95-100 Zgierz Poland

(+48) 61 89 36 510 www. brenntag.pl

Europe

Celle, Vorbruch 6 29227, Germany

(+49) 5141 9895 0 info@consulting-agencytrade.com

C.A.T. is a designer, manufacturer and marketer of oilfield equipment. A 20 year history, C.A.T.’s product lines include equipment for well stimulation, well workover and service, including drilling, coiled tubing, nitrogen pumping, cementing, acidizing and sand control equipment. Headquartered in Celle, Germany C.A.T. is vertically integrated: C.A.T. Construction GmbH, TACROM Service S.R.L., and TACROM Drilling S.R.L. among its sister companies.

Logistics, supply chain management

C.H. Robinson

(+48) 22 544 1721 bdpinternational.com

Brenntag is a chemical distributor headquartered in Germany. Brenntag operates a global network in 70 countries employing 13,000 and generating sales of €9.7 billion in 2012. Brenntag links chemical manufacturers to users with 10,000 products and could be market leader in Europe.

Oilfield equipment, tubing, proppant

C.A.T.

ul.Osmanska 5 02-823 Warsaw Poland

Bireta provides technical translation services up to several thousand pages per month. A project management team guides translators and proofreaders in the construction, process control, electrical, mechanical, natural gas and information technology sectors. Projects include FGD Plants, wind farms, power units, CFB boilers, Combined Cycle Power Plants, CCS plants, NOx denitrification plants, and the LNG Regasification Terminal.

Chemical distribution

Brenntag

Global

CO N TACT

Bentec is a manufacturer of drilling rigs and oilfield equipment worldwide with 125 years of history. A vertically integrated provider, drilling solutions include engineering, design and manufacturing customized drilling rigs, drilling components and electrical control systems. They can provide 24/7 field support and repair or overhaul rigs globally.

Translation

Bireta

ADDRESS

BDP provides logistics services: air, ocean and ground - through the use of subsidiaries throughout Europe. In Poland they work with POL-MARE, ul. 17 Stycznia 32 lok. 2/8 02-148 Warsaw and C.E. TRANSPORT POLAND SP. z o.o., ul. Osmanska 5, 02-823 in Warsaw. The company is privately owned and located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the U.S.A.

Rig and drill manufacturer (Europe, Middle East)

Bentec

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

SERVICES

CO M PA N Y NAME

Global

Al. Jana Pawła II 29 Warsaw, Poland

Global

(+48) 22 653 65 30 tom.sullivan@chreurope.com

C.H. Robinson is a third party logistics (3PL) providers offering multimodal transportation services and logistics solutions. In Poland, C.H. Robinson works with operators and service companies to manage air and ocean freight forwarding, customs brokerage, intra-continental distribution, documentation, and regulatory requirements.

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y Machine construction

Caterpillar

Cleantech Poland

Oostduinlaan 75 2596 JJ The Hague

(+31) 703 732 010 www.cbi.com

Global

Ul. Stawki 40 01- 040 Warsaw Poland

(+48) 225 519 300 warsaw@cdmsmith.com

Global

3200 Southwest Freeway, Suite 2700 Houston, TX USA

(+1) 713 627 3303 www.champ-tech.com

Poland

Ul. Krucza 51/31 00-022, Warsaw Poland

+48 517 469 881 info@cleantechpoland.com

Cleantech Poland (CTP) is due-diligence consultancy and media platform for sustainable business. CTP advises upstream oil and gas clients and produces the Shale Gas Investment Guide, a magazine about the development of Poland’s shale basins. CTP raises investment equity for upstream clients and advises international companies on market entry strategies.

Control systems & engineers

Continuous Control Solutions (CCS)

Global

Champion Technologies is a specialty chemical company with 3,200 employees in 100 locations in more than 50 countries delivering to upstream and midstream oil and gas markets. Champion Technologies, from its roots in West Texas, provides services in offshore/deepwater, Arctic, heavy oil, oil sands, EOR, refinery, shale gas and oil, and industrial facilities.

Equity fundraising, commercial due dilligence

(+1) 309 675 1000 www.cat.com

CDM Smith provides services in water, environment, transportation, energy and facilities. An engineering and construction firm, CDM Smith is employee-owned with its headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the U.S.A. In Poland, the company provides environmental, construction and project management services to the oilfield and power sectors.

Chemicals

Champion Technologies

100 NE Adams Street Peoria, Illinois 61629, USA

CO N TACT

CB&I is a large multinational conglomerate engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company. CB&I specializes in projects for oil and gas companies. According to one of the founder’s heirs, “Chicago Bridge & Iron isn’t in Chicago, doesn’t build bridges and doesn’t use iron.” CB&I employs approximately 50,000 persons.

Consulting, engineering, construction, permitting and operations

CDM Smith

Global

ADDRESS

Caterpillar provides equipment and services to the oil and gas industry including gas compression, land and offshore drilling, well servicing, work over rigs, mechanical drives for cranes, fire pumps, fracturing, pressure pumps, generator sets, power modules. Claims to be one of the market leaders in gas compression, drilling, and well servicing products.

Technology, procurement and construction

CB&I

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

Global

11275 Aurora Ave Des Moines, IA USA

(+1) 515 278 9655 bshcharansky@ccsia.com

CCS provides the design, implementation and commissioning of control systems for industrial turbines, compressors and process applications. CCS turbo machinery systems control gas turbines, steam turbines, expanders, compressors, pumps and generators for use in speed control, load control, surge prevention control, among other processes.

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28th - 30th January 2014 Vienna, Austria

Exploring, producing & commercialising shale gas in Europe OUR PAN-EUROPEAN SPEAKER FACULTY INCLUDES: Ian Roche, Managing Director, Aurora Petroleum

REASONS TO BE IN VIENNA NEXT YEAR:

Klaus Angerer, General Manager, BNK Petroleum

l Network with the most influential people in the industry, with over 150 key representatives from regional governments and E&P companies

Andras Jenei, Senior Energy Advisor, Ministry of National Development of Hungary

l Pan-European: Government & operator representation from all key EU countries including UK, Ukraine, Hungary and Germany

Jim Marshall, Business and Policy Advisor, Water UK

l Co-located with the 7th European Gas Conference: Understand how unconventionals fit in the future European energy mix

Michael Gessner, Director, Ministry of Economy and Energy North Rhine Westphalia Axel Bree, Head of Division, Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

l Stakeholder engagement focus day: Gathering the most influential thought leaders involved in permitting, planning and community communication l Learn how to commercialise shale gas reserves and explore shale gas as an attractive investment opportunity

Exclusive offer to Cleantech Poland readers use marketing code CTP1 for a 10% discount

Book by 20th September

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y Reservoir description and management, production enhancement

Core Laboratories

02-797 Warsaw Poland

(+48) 693 131 693 info@dbmservices.pl

India, Texas, Netherlands

Nijverheidstraat 11-2 7511 JM Enschede The Netherlands

(+48) 693 131 693 info@dbmservices.pl

Global

Hanover Square 16 Hanover Square London – W1S 1HT

(+44) 207 408 9494 info@discoveryde.com

Global

Ul . Skrzetuskiego 16A Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 22 543 97 60 www.dnv.com

Stiftelsen Det Norske Veritas ( DNV ) is a classification society organized as a foundation, with the objective of ”safeguarding life, property, and the environment.” The foundation was established in 1864 in Norway to inspect and evaluate the technical condition of Norwegian merchant vessels. DNV describes itself as a provider of services for managing risk.

Chemicals including lubricants and gelling agents

DOW

Poland

Discover Drilling is a private equipment and drilling rig manufacturing company in the oil and gas industry. Headquartered in London, with offices and representations in most major oil regions of the world including US, Canada, Middle East, Northern Africa, Russia and South East Asia. Discovery is a new name in the industry, after the company was formed by private investors on the basis of some rig/component building assets purchased in late 2008.

Consulting, risk management

DNV

saybolt.poland@corelab.com

dGB Earth Sciences is a privately owned company providing seismic interpretation solutions to the oil and gas industry since 1995. dGB operates a freemium business model. They make money by giving their software away for free, and having clients pay for commercial plug-ins and customer support.

Drilling rigs and equipment

Discovery Drilling Equipment

Herengracht 424, 1017 BZ Amsterdam The Netherlands

CO N TACT

DBM Services, a company named after its two managing partners: Dorota Flint and Marek Cibor - and Bill Flint the President - provides facilities management services to Halliburton, and aims to expand across segments including HSE, contract management, procurement, project handover, closeout and testing/commissioning.

Seismic analysis

dGB Earth Sciences

Global

ADDRESS

Core Laboratories provides reservoir description, production enhancement, and reservoir management services. Core Laboratories has 70 offices in 50 countries. Core Laboratories helps clients optimize their reservoir performance and maximize hydrocarbon recovery from their production fields, billing themselves as a “reservoir optimization company.”

Facilities, project management, HSE, operations and logistics

DBM Services

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

Global

Domaniewska 50A 02 - 672 Warsaw Poland

(+48) 228 332 222 easterneruope.dow.com

The Dow Chemical Company, commonly known as Dow, is an American multinational chemical corporation headquartered in Midland, Michigan in the USA. As of 2007, it was the second-largest chemical manufacturer in the world by revenue and in February 2009, the third-largest chemical company in the world by market capitalization. With a presence in 160 countries, it employs about 54,000 people and spends $1 billion annually on R&D.

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y Chemicals including emulsifiers, proppant, gelling agents

Dow Corning

Global

ul. Marynarska 15, 02-674 Warsaw Poland

(+48) 228 540 320 fwrpols@dow.com

CEE

Ul. Krośnieńska 7, 65-958 Zielona Góra Poland

(+48) 683 238 454 dl@drill-lab.com.pl

Global

Greenwell Road, East Tullos, Aberdeen, AB12 3AX, UK

(+44) 122 424 9988 drill-tech.pl

Poland

ul. Serdeczna 8 Wysogotowo k. Poznania 62-081 Przeźmierowo Poland

ir@duon.pl +48 61 664 18 50

DUON Capital Group sells and distributes natural gas and trades in electricity. The origins of the Group activities date back to 2000. Currently DUON is one of the leading private providers of natural gas in Poland. Since 2011, it also has been building its position on the market of electricity trading.

Consulting and design

Efir Energy LTd

(+48) 228 540 320 fwrpols@dow.com

Drilltech Group is a specialist drilling rental tool company whose focus is supporting complex drilling such as ERD, deepwater, horizontal and HP/HT. Drilltech supplies drill strings with high torque capabilities and Spiro-Torq, a casing wear protection and torque reduction device. Achilles certified and ISO standards on equipment.

Energy trading

Duon

ul. Marynarska 15, 02-674 Warsaw Poland

Drill-Lab has provided geological consulting and mudlogging services to customers since 1990. Drill-lab provides custom software for mudlogging to deliver real-time data during drilling both visually and numerically to operators so they know what they’re drilling into. Equipment is supplied by Petron Industries Inc. of Houston Texas.

Drilling equipment rental

Drilltech

Global

CO N TACT

Dow Corning is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Midland, Michigan in the USA. Dow Corning specializes in silicone and silicon-based technology, offering more than 7,000 products and services. Dow Corning is an equally-owned joint venture of Dow Chemical and Corning to produce silicone sealants, adhesives, silicone moldmaking rubbers, lubricants, emulsifiers and other products.

Mudlogging equipment and services

Drill-Lab (PGNiG)

ADDRESS

Dow Corning is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Midland, Michigan in the USA. Dow Corning specializes in silicone and silicon-based technology, offering more than 7,000 products and services. Dow Corning is an equally-owned joint venture of Dow Chemical and Corning to produce silicone sealants, adhesives, silicone moldmaking rubbers, lubricants, emulsifiers and other products.

Chemicals including emulsifiers, proppant, gelling agents

DOW Microbial Control

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

SERVICES

CO M PA N Y NAME

Poland, CEE

469 Puławska Street Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 22 395 52 60 office@efirenergy.com

Efir Energy Sp z o.o. is a consulting company for oil and gas E&P in Poland. Services include conceptual studies, risk assessment for new projects, field development plans and help in production agreements. Run by president Piotr Gliniak under the technical supervision of Rafał Szwarc.

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y Waste management, treatement, effluents

EkoTech Energy

Europe

Klateringerweg 6 9433 TB Zwiggelte The Netherlands

(+31) 593 33 13 30 Asperkok@bart.nl

Global

400 - 5th Avenue SW Calgary, Canada

(+1) 403 262 1361

Europe

Chaussée de la Hulpe 120, 1000 Brussels Belgium

(+32) 266 317 63 anslester@eurmidstream.com

EurMidstream is in the midstream oil and gas business from an early stage production to commercial production. Services during the testing and commercialization phases: testing involves CNG trucking and gas powered electricity generation. Commercialization involves design, construction and operation of facilities: pipelines and infrastructure.

Integrated oilfield services

Exalo Drilling

(+48) 222 755 625 info@ekotechenergy.com

Ensign Energy Services Inc. is a land-based driller and well service provider for oil, natural gas and geothermal. Since Ensign’s launch in 1987, the Canada-based company has a drilling fleet characterized by proprietary technology such as Automated Drill Rig (ADR). With headquarters in Calgary, Alberta, Ensign’s shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the trading symbol ESI.

Midstream services

EurMidstream

Aleje Jerozolimskie 96, 00-807, Warsaw Poland

CO N TACT

ESP is a team of twenty employees with a technical, economic and commercial background. All employees are experienced in the oil & gas industry or have been working in the gas sales market. Most have international experience, while some are technical specialists and/or function in management. ESP works in both the upstream and downstream oil and gas markets.

Drilling, well services, production and manufacturing

Ensign

Global

ADDRESS

EkoTech Energy is a privately company partly owned by Climate Equity Solutions. CES is an investment vehicle established in 2006 for investing in start-up companies. EkoEnergy offers technologies, products, and services aimed at the cleantech, renewable energy and waste management sectors.

General, independent consultants

Energy Specialists Platform (ESP)

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

Africa, Europe, India, Pakistan, Russia

Pl. Staszica 9 64-920 Piła Poland

(+48) 67 215 13 00 marketing@exalo.pl

Exalo, a Polish state owned services company, was formed by the merger of five PGNiG Group companies, Exalo Drilling is the largest service company in terms of the size of its drilling and workover fleet in the Polish onshore drilling market. Exalo works predominantly in Central and Eastern Europe, but has a presence in Asia and Africa, including Kazakhstan. A flotation on the Warsaw stock market is planned.

Well testing, wireline intervention, production systems

Global

Morton Peto Rd, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR31 0LT UK

(+44) 1493 600021 exprogroup.com

Expro Expro offers well flow management. They sell products and services that measure, improve, control and process oil and gas from wells. Expro’s areas of service include exploration and appraisal, subsea safety systems, drilling/completions, flowback/clean-up, production, well integrity and intervention. 40 years, 5,000 employees, across 50 countries.

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y Transport (heavy)

Fairstar Heavy Transport

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

ADDRESS

Netherlands

Floor 20 3012 CN Rotterdam The Netherlands

CO N TACT

SERVICES

CO M PA N Y NAME

(+31) 10 403 5333 fairstar@fairstar.com

Fairstar Heavy Transport is a full subsidiary of Dockwise Ltd., a provider of marine heavy transport solutions, specializing in high-value cargoes for the offshore and onshore energy and construction industries. Fairstar owns and operates four of the most modern semi-submersible heavy transport ships in the global fleet, FJORD, FJELL, FORTE and FINESSE.

Consulting/analysis

Global

Veurse Achterweg 10 2264 SG Leidschendam the Netherlands

(+31) 70 311 1422 holding@fugro.com

Fugro Fugro provides geotechnical, survey, subsea and geoscience services. Fugro was founded in the Netherlands in 1962 and is listed on the Amsterdam stock exchange of NYSE Euronext since 1992. Fugro was included in the AEX-index as of September 2008. Fugro employes 14,000 staff in 60 countries.

Water treatment, oilfield equipment

GE Oil & Gas

Global

BoulevardSaint Michel 75006 Paris, France

(+33) 148 103 007 gmt@gmtgeochem.com

Europe

Carl-Zeiss-Str. 15, 30827 Garbsen, Germany

(+49) 5131 46810 nadolny@geo-data.de

Services in mudlogging, wellsite geology, laboratory services, and core analytics partner with GeoKrak Sp z o.o. as part of an expanded suite of services (surface logging, wellsite geology, cutting & gas sampling, and isotope analytics) for the Polish market. GEO-data documents and evaluates drilling data regarding geology, drilling and hydraulic peformance.

Seismic services

GeoDynamics Research

(+48) 22 520 53 53

GMT reduces the risk of drilling dry holes by identifying positive hydrocarbon signatures at the surface. To do this they provide interpretation services. The two techniques they retail are microbial oil survey technique (MOST), where soil samples are tested for hydrocarbons and sorbed soil gas analysis (SSG) testing for the absorption of gas in soils.

Wellsite services, environmental consulting

GEO-Data

Ul. Emilii Plater 53 Warsaw, Poland 00 - 113, Warsaw, Poland

GE Oil & Gas provides equipment and services to the oil and gas industry. Products include drilling solutions: both on and offshore, subsea, enhanced oil recovery, unconventionals, LNG, power, refinery, gas storage and pipeline. 43,000 employees in 100 customers, GE is involved in the value chain from extraction to end-use.

Geochemical analysis

Geo-Microbial Technologies (GMT)

Global

Via Maioliche, 53 Leno Center -Rovereto Trento, Italy

Italy

(+39) 0464 75 00 95 info@geodynamics.it

G.D.R. GeoDynamics Research performs low frequency passive seismic spectroscopy to detect and monitor hydrocarbon reservoirs in exploration areas and developed fields based on GeoSpectra IPDS速, which stands for infrasonic passive differential spectroscopy. The evolution of passive seismic spectroscopy at low frequency started in 1995, and the GeoDynamics Research group was founded in 2003 in Italy.

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EXPERT'S CORNER

Apex Contracting Water, Well Pads, Nitrogen SGIG talked to Norbert Szczepanski about Apex Contracting’s enlarged scope of services, the Poland based construction company offering services in Central Europe and Iraq. INTERVIEW WITH NORBERT SZCZEPANSKI

“In addition to ponds, we’re producing steel water storage tanks that hold 18,000 barrels of fluid for freshwater or flowback. “

SGIG: Apex Contracting is growing, so what are some services you’re offering? NS: We’re offering a wide range of integrated services that includes well pad design, well pad construction, road construction,, impoundments, permitting, landsman services, seismic drilling, water hauling and storage, acoustic barriers, communication services, nitrogen lift systems and logistics. SGIG: So who’s running the show now? NS: Eric Bollard is the President, Bartek 38 | SHALE GAS INVESTMENT GUIDE | SUMMER 2013

Chodorowski is the Managing Director and I’m in charge of Research and Development. We’re expanding our reach and with that will come more opportunity to hire qualified management. SGIG: How does the new, enlarged Apex Contracting measure up? NS: We worked for ION Geophysical and for Viking on a massive seismic project. We built three well pads. Two for Marathon and one for Chevron, in cooperation with CDM Smith. We’re renting acoustic barriers 

“We’re offering a wide range of integrated services” Norbert Szczepanski


“Apex can design a well pad with all the necessary acoustic barriers pre-mounted to reduce cluster during drilling and fraccing. ” Norbert Szczepanski across the country and Eric and a few of our construction supervisors are running a crew in Kurdistan building a pad for Hess. Apex Contracting did these jobs with no accidents - incident free operations - and the clients are eager to work with us again.

storage and transport. We’re filling the gaps and we’re doing it safely.

SGIG: So that means that all of the design services, for the pond, the walls, and roads will be handled by Apex Contracting? Apex can design a well pad with all the necessary acoustic barriers pre-mounted to reduce cluster during drilling and fracing. We construct the roads and the pad with local subs and engage the local community to guarantee seamless production. We have the best crew in Poland to lay dura-base or concrete plates. We can set up hi-speed communications and service the wells with nitrogen generators, water

SGIG: What about water storage? In addition to ponds, we’re producing steel water storage tanks that hold 18,000 barrels of fluid for freshwater or flowback. We’re currently the only company in Europe with such tanks and looking forward to getting them set up this month for our first client.

ADVERTORIAL

SGIG: You guys are building well pads on your own now? NS: We are grateful to CDM Smith, but we decided to work for ourselves. We would like to work directly with the client to provide a better level of customer service. We are going to provide a full back office of design services through WAG, World Acoustic Group. We’re offering integrated acoustic and water storage designs and

rentals. A one stop shop for safe, efficient products.

SGIG: Who can the client contact for your services? NS: They can call me +48 601 999 345 or Eric Bollard at +48 503 861 695 and we can meet up over lunch.

“We’re filling the gaps and we’re doing it safely with precision.”

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y

Seismic services, well logging, data interpretation

Geofizyka Kraków (PGNiG)

Ul. Chrobrego 50 87 - 100 Toruń, Poland

(+48) 566 593 101 marketing@geofizyka.pl

CEE

ul. Mazowiecka 21 30 - 019 Kraków, Poland

(+48) 126 338 110 geokrak@geokrak.pl

Global, Italy, Netherlands

2 Rubislaw Terrace Aberdeen AB10 1XE, Scotland

(+44) 782 156 9280 geologinternational.com

USA, Europe, Russia

11011 Richmond Ave. Suite 225, Houston, Texas 77042, USA

(+1) 832 7675918 www.geomage.com

Geomage is a global company that provides seismic imaging technologies and services. Using an approach involving multi-focusing, geological modeling, and reservoir characterization for a diverse range of oil and gas companies. Multifocusing may be the only method able to obtain sufficient data for geological interpretation in areas characterized by complex geology, high noise or low-fold seismic data.

Technology, data integration

Geotrace Data Integration Services

Europe, India, Egypt

GEOLOG International B.V. (“GEOLOG”) is an oilfield services company that does surface logging. GEOLOG’s mud logging services are centered on the optimization of the overall drilling times and costs of each well and the acquisition of good data to improve formation evaluation. GEOLOG services national and international oil companies, both onshore and offshore, across more than 35 countries.

Seismic processing

Geomage

(+48) 122 991 200 marketing@gk.com.pl

Since 1992, providing geological services associated with deep well exploration. It offers a combined suite of services (surface logging, wellsite geology, cutting & gas sampling, and isotope analytics) with their partner firm GeoData GmbH for the Polish market. Servicing the unshore unconventionals market as it develops in Poland.

Surface logging

GeoLog

Ul. Łukasiewicza 3 31 - 429 Kraków, Poland

CO N TACT

Geofizyka Toruń provides geophysical services to the oil and gas exploration industry. The services are focused on conventional oil and gas, shale gas, geothermal deposits, and underground storage. State owned with a 50 year history, having worked in Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, and Latin America.

Geological services

Geokrak

Poland, Austria, Slovakia

ADDRESS

Geofizyka Kraków is a geophysical company that performs and analyzes seismic surveys. Geofizyka Kraków is a geophysical contractor, helping clients to explore hydrocarbon and geothermal. Services include seismic data acquisition, processing, interpretation, well logging and VSP services. State owned with a 50 year history.

Seismic services, well logging, data interpretation

Geofizyka Torun (PGNiG)

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

Global

12141 Wickchester Lane, Suite 200 Houston, Texas 77079, USA

(+1) 281 497 8440

Geotrace data integration services involves a proprietary software called Tigress. The software helps tie disparate data together and enables the data to be shared among geologists and geophysicists, petrophysicists and engineers, at every stage of the E&P workflow. Geotrace Data Integration Services is the software services and data management division of Geotrace.

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y Technical service provider

GL Noble Denton

Ul. Warowna 3/01 02 - 654 Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 224 930 135 contact@globalgeophysical. com

Global

Al. Solidarności 117/700 00 - 140 Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 226 280 980 akaniewska@golder.com

Global

Orchideengarten 30 09125 Chemnitz Germany

(+43) 725 829 201 priegl@gseworld.com

Global

Ul. Emilii Plater 53, WFC 26th Floor 00-113, Warsaw Poland

(+48) 22 470 79 00 Arne.Kvamsdal@ halliburton.com

Halliburton is one of the world’s largest oilfield services companies with operations in 80 countries. It owns hundreds of subsidiaries, affiliates, branches, brands, and divisions and employs over 100,000 people. Halliburton provides a range of integrated oilfield services such as pressure pumping, wireline, coiltubing and wastewater. Some technologies are proprietary, such as clean stream that uses UV light to treat wastewater.

Hardbanding, hard facing tool joints

Hardbanding Solutions

Global

GSE retails environmental products such as geotextiles and membranes. Headquartered in Houston, GSE has manufacturing facilities in Texas, South Dakota and South Carolina. GSE laboratories are accredited by the Geosynthetic Accreditation Institute, and the company has manufacturing facilities in Chile, Germany, Thailand and Egypt. A history of 40 years and a global sales network.

Integrated oilfield services

Halliburton

(+49) 403 614 90 glnobeldenton@gl-group. com

Golder Associates is an employee-owned company that provides consulting, design, and construction services in earth, environment, and energy. 8,000 employees operate from more 180 offices in Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, North America and South America. Golder serves the manufacturing, mining, oil and gas, power, urban development and infrastructure sectors. The company was founded in Toronto, Canada in 1960.

Lining

GSE Environmental

Brooktorkai 18 20457 Hamburg Germany

Global

CO N TACT

Global Geophysical provides seismic data processing, analysis, interpretation, and data integration. Global uses proprietary and patented technologies that are ideal for processing and analyzing the full offset, rich azimuth, reservoir grade 3D datasets that our crews collect. Global Geophysical can characterize azimuthal anisotropy along with advanced time and depth imaging to extract rock properties and reservoir characteristics.

Consulting, design and construction

Golder Associates

ADDRESS

GL Noble Denton is a technical service provider for the oil and gas industry. GL Noble Denton designs, builds, installs and operates oil and gas onshore, maritime and offshore assets to ensure safety, sustainability and superior value. GL Noble Denton are independent advisors providing consulting, design, assurance and project execution services.

Seismic services

Global Geophysical

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

SERVICES

CO M PA N Y NAME

Global

5500 W 164 TH Street, Cleveland, OH 44 142 USA

(+44) 77 474 683 45

Postle Industries designs alloys for mining, farming, agriculture, recycling and manufacturing. Hardbanding Solutions, a trade name, moved the company into drill pipe, drill collars and casing/risers. Tuffband and Duraband are two of their proprietary products, and tool joint build-up wires and a non-magnetic hardbanding are two of their strategies for toughening up oil pipe in extreme conditions.

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y Human resources

HAYS

Global

ADDRESS ul. Złota 59, 00-120 Warsaw Poland

CO N TACT T: +48 22 584 5650 F: +48 22 584 5651 E: warsaw@hays.pl

HAYS is global and has operated in Poland since 2002. HAYS provides professional services in recruitment for the executive business and industrial companies. HAYS has offices in Warsaw, Gdynia, Katowice, Wrocław, Kraków, Lodz and Poznan. Hays Poland can find employees in Accountancy & Finance, Business Services, Construction & Property, Energy, Executive, IT, Manufacturing, Engineering and Sales/Marketing.

Engineering consultancy

ILF Consulting Engineers

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

Global

Osmańska 12 02 - 823 Warsaw Poland

(+48) 22 430 26 00 info.waw@ilf.com

Design and consulting services in the oil and gas field are the domain of ILF Consulting Engineers. For three decades, ILF has been involved in international oil and gas projects. Among their consulting expertise, they design upstream facilities, pipelines, underground storage, tank farms, terminals, refineries and petrochemical plants.

Seismic permitting, compensation, human resources

Poland

Ul. Elektryczna 2 00 - 346 Warsaw Poland

(+48) 604 601 050 izabela.kawczynski@ interpermit.com

IP Group IP Group was founded in 2012 to provide human resources, permitting and compensation services on a government funded seismic contract. The company has expanded into human reources to the financial and insurance markets, alongside the energy markets. IP Group puts an emphasis on American style customer service.

State sponsored research institute

INiG (PGNiG)

(+48) 12 421 00 33 office@inig.pl

Poland, Germany

ul. Pastewna25 02 - 954 Warsaw Poland

(+48) 22 642 95 66 biuro@inwatec.pl

INWATEC Sp. z o.o. was founded in 2003 from the merger of companies in environmental protection. The company’s activities relate to the purification of waste water. Industries include food (meat, fruits, vegetables, confectionery, dairies, breweries), chemicals (pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, textile, tanneries and electroplating) and sewage treatment.

Geophysical services, seismic

ION

ul. Lubicz 25A 31 - 503 Kraków Poland

Oil and Gas Institute is one of the oldest research institutes in Poland. Its 60 year history dates from November 29, 1944, when the State Petroleum Office issued a document authorizing the establishment of the Oil Institute in Krosno. In 2008, the minister of economy incorporated the oil and gas research institute. Hydrocarbons, gas engineering and petroleum engineering are their specialties.

Environmental consultancy

Inwatec

Poland

Europe, North America, South America

2105 CityWest Blvd. Suite 400 Houston TX 77042-2839, USA

(+1) 281 933 3339 info@iongeo.com

ION Geophysical is a seismic services company that provides acquisition equipment, software, planning and seismic processing, and seismic data libraries to the oil & gas industry. The company’s technologies and services are used by E&P operators and seismic acquisition contractors to generate high-resolution images of the subsurface during exploration, exploitation and production operations. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ION has offices in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, Africa, Russia, China and the Middle East.

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y Oilfield equipment and services

ITS (Parker Drilling)

No.18 Shuguang Industrial Park, Jiangyan City, Jiangsu Province, P. R. China

(+86) 523 868 2188 youqingguo@shuguang. com

Global

Minto Drive Altens Industrial Estate Aberdeen AB12 3LW Scotland

(+44) 122 429 9600 info@uk.kcadeutag.com

North America, Europe, Australia

155 avenue Roger Salengro F-92370 Chaville France

(+33)1 47 09 09 49 contact@kidova.com

Poland

ul. Długosza 40 51-162 Wrocław Poland

(+48) 71 325 25 90 biuro@lemitor.com.pl

A team of 30 specialists, operating since 1990, Lemitor has been the receipient of European Union subsidies and has purchased new equipment including a facility dedicated to consulting and a laboratory dedicated to testing. A flood in 1997 moved the company headquarters and in 1998 Lemitor opened up at its current location.

Logistics

Maxi Cargo

North America, Europe, Asia, Middle East

Since 1993, KIDOVA specializes in oil & gas, environment (soil, groundwater, air), geothermal and nuclear or hazardous waste disposal sectors: geostatistics, spatial and spatiotemporal data analysis and modeling, characterization and upscaling of porous and naturally fractured rock properties, simulation of single and multiphase flows in porous and fractured media, mesh or grid generation and optimization. KIDOVA’s services cover structural and geological modeling, research and development, consulting and expert studies. Environmental consultancy

Lemitor

(+31) 88 1307 100 europesales@its-energyservices.com

KCA DEUTAG is an international oil and gas services company with headquarters in Aberdeen, United Kingdom. It has approximately 8,000 employees and operates in more than 20 countries. KCA DEUTAG is the merger of KCA Drilling and Deutag AG in 2001. The company has regional offices in Germany, Russia, the Middle East, the Caspian region, North and West Africa, Asia, Norway and across its wider operations. KCA Deutag has 61 land rigs and 39 offshore.

Geological modeling

Kidova

Takelaarsweg 13 1786 PR Den Helder The Nederlands

CO N TACT

Jiangsu Shuguang Huayang Drilling Tool Co., Ltd. (JSH) is a joint venture which was set up by Jiangsu Shuguang Group Co., Ltd., Blue Diamond Pipe And Equipment SA (USA) and Wickander & Associates, Inc. (USA) and the holding company is Shuguang Group. The annual production capacity is 100,000 joints of drill pipe, drill collars, heavy weight drill pipes, non-magnetic drill collars, kellys, pup joints and others. The registered address is No. 18 Zhanghang Road, Baimi Town, Jiangyan City, Jiangsu Province.

Drilling, general

KCA DEUTAG

Global

ADDRESS

Parker Drilling (NYSE:PKD) provides advanced drilling solutions to the energy industry: drilling services, rental tools and project management, including rig design, construction and operations management. Parker’s international fleet includes 25 land rigs and two barge rigs in strategic markets, and its U.S. fleet includes 13 barge rigs in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Parker’s rental tools business supplies equipment to operators on land and offshore in the U.S. and select international markets. Drill pipes, drill collars

JSH Drilling Tool Co

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

Poland

Os. E. Raczyńskiego 31/13 62 - 020 Swarzędz Poland

(+48) 61 610 10 26 biuro@maxi-cargo.pl

Maxi-Cargo company operates in the field of oversize load specialist transport, including flatbed transport. Covering the EU, Maxi-Cargo’s services include oversize load transport, non-standard transport, flatbed transport, large-size transport, transport of machines, transport of construction machinery, and transport of agricultural machines.

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CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

UK

ADDRESS

40 Kilmorey Street Newry, Co. Down BT34 2DE

CO N TACT

(+353) 28 3025 2678 info@meehandrilling.com

Meehan Drilling Meehan Drilling specializes in drilling and ground engineering services in the public, commercial, domestic and agricultural sectors. Established in 1972, the company offers a range of water development, oil & gas drilling, trenchless installations and renewable energy services with a head office in Co. Louth and a base in the UK.

Drilling fluids, completions, waste management

MI-SWACO

Velkomoravská 900/405, 696 18 Lužice Czech Republic

(+420) 518 315 555 info-ds.mnd.cz

Poland

2905 Southwest Boulevard San Angelo, TX 76904, USA

(+48) 224 707 900 jerzy.wozniak@halliburton. com

Eastern Europe

41 - 49 Agiou Nikolaou NIMELI Court, Block C 3rd floor 2408, Nicosia Cyprus

office@nadragroup.com

NADRA GROUP provides exploration and development services throughout the life cycle of the field. NADRA GROUP works with production companies and governments of EU, Asian and African countries, solutions based on a study of subsoil, developed primarly in the former USSR and now used on 1/6 of the earth’s land surface.

Oilfield services

National Oilwell Varco

Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia, UK, Pakistan, Jemen

Oilfield chemical provider, owned by Halliburton, with a number of commercial, proprietary products, such as AcroClear, an acrolein based H2S scavenger and iron sulfide dissolver to remove iron sulfide in production and injection wells. Chemicals help with pipeline integrity by repairing near wellbore damage caused by iron sulfide deposits and previous acid-jobs and can be effective in removing iron sulfide based deposits on pipe or tubular surfaces thus exposing the surface area for effective corrosion inhibitor application. Geological services

NADRA Group

(+1) 832 628 9187 questions@miswaco.slb.com

MND Drilling is the largest drilling contractor in the Czech Republic, including oil, gas and geothermal exploration/ production drilling and well workovers to the drilling and completion of underground gas storage wells. Since 1999, a member of the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC). Holder of the ČSN EN ISO 9001 Quality System Certificate, the ČSN EN ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Certificate and the ČSN OHSAS 18001 Health and Safety Management Certificate.

Chemicals

Multi-chem

P.O. Box 42842 Houston TX 77242, USA

MI - SWACO offers systems and technologies for drilling, including drilling fluid systems engineered to improve drilling performance by anticipating fluids-related problems, fluid systems and specialty tools designed to optimize wellbore productivity, production technology solutions to maximize production rates, and environmental solutions that manage waste volumes generated in both drilling and production operations. M-I SWACO is owned by Schlumberger, an international oilfield services company.

Drilling

MND

Global

United States

Wierzbowa 9/11 00 - 094 Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 40 729 639 686 www.nov.com

National Oilwell Varco (NOV) is an American multinational corporation based in Houston, Texas. NOV is a worldwide provider of equipment and components used in oil and gas drilling and production, oilfield services, and supply chain integration services. NOV conducts operations in over 1,160 locations across six continents, and operates through three reporting segments: rig technology, petroleum services & supplies, and distribution & transmission.

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y Business advisory

Navigant

Europe, North America, Middle East

Neste Jacobs Oy P.O.Box 310, FI-06101 Porvoo, Finland

(+358) 10 4581200 NJ.Info@nestejacobs.com

Poland

Rynek 26, 37-500 Jarosław

(+48) 16 623 22 51 k.kolouszek @stabilizacje.net

Global

7702 FM 1960 East, Suite 300, Houston, TX 77346

(+1) 281 812 4030 info@nutechenergy.com

Global

4401 Fair Lakes Court Fairfax, VA 22033 USA

(+1) 703 818 9100 info@paceglobal.com

Pace Global is an consulting and management company in commercial, technical, financial, and regulatory due dilligence. For more than 35 years and in over 60 countries. Active in managing energy assets, energy companies, funds and financial institutions, industrial and commercial facilities, and utilities.

Open hole, multi-stage completions equipment

Packers Plus

(+44) 20 7469 1111 inquiries@navigant.com

NuTech is a privately-owned global oilfield services company founded in 1998 by oilfield professionals who pioneered Nuclear Magnetic Resonance research and development. Headquartered in Houston, Texas with over 80 employees, NuTech has offices in the US and internationally. NuTech has analyzed 45,000 wells in over 80 countries.

Consultant services, general, management

Pace Global Energy Services

5th Floor, Woolgate Exchange 25 Basinghall Street London, UK

NTS offers construction services to the oilfield. With a work history in highway construction and specializing in stabilization technologies, earthwork, roadwork, preparatory and finishing work. NTS staff has twenty years experience in implementing civil engineering construction projects.

Petrophysical, geological, well studies

NuTech Energy Alliance

Global

CO N TACT

Neste Jacobs is a technology, engineering and services company for oil and gas, petrochemicals, chemicals and biotechnology. Nestle Jacobs has 50 years experience in technology development and industrial investment projects in Europe, North and South America, Asia and the Middle East with 1000 employees.

Well pad construction Road construction

NTS Construction

ADDRESS

Navigant (NYSE: NCI) is a global expert services firm. Through senior level engagement with clients, Navigant professionals combine technical expertise in disputes and investigations, economics, financial advisory and management consulting, with business pragmatism in construction, energy, financial services and healthcare industries. Based in Chicago, Illinois, Navigant has over 40 offices across the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. 2011 revenues were $785 million. Petrochemicals

Neste Jacobs

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

SERVICES

CO M PA N Y NAME

Canada, US, Middle East, Russia

Bow Valley Sq. 2, Suite 2200, 205 - 5th Ave. SW, Calgary, Canada

(+44) 791 715 4740 joel.appleton@ packersplus.com

Packers Plus Energy Services Inc. is a privately held, Calgary-based oilfield service company that provides completion equipment and services. The company specializes in multi-stage fracturing systems for open hole, horizontal wells. Multi-stage fracturing systems are used for hydraulic fracturing, or breaking up tight rock formations to enable release of oil and gas allowing for segmentation of horizontal wells into sections or stages such that they can be fractured.

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Pangea

S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

Geophysical and geological data processing

Europe, Russia, Africa

(+31) 71 581 3505 info@panterra.nl

Poland

76 Jagiellonska 03-301, Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 224 864 100 pgb@pgb.com.pl

CIS, CEE

Laboratornaya Str., 45 Dnepropetrovsk Ukraine

(+38) 056 787 37 00

Global

Bei dem Gerichte D-37445 Walkenried, Germany

(+49) 5525 201 28 AHentschel@perforator.de

PERFORATOR is a German manufacturer with 30 years experience. Since 2002, its the core business of the former Schmidt, Kranz mining technique as an independent company. They supply drilling products to international customers. PERFORATOR focuses on thrust boring, trench less pipe, drill pies, tools, DTH, HDD Drilling, injections systems, mining and tunelling.

Oilfield services

Petrofac

Weversbaan 1-3 2352 BZ Leiderdorp The Netherlands

Publicly listed BROM (Ukraine) is the only enterprise in Ukraine and the largest enterprise in CIS and Eastern Europe specializing in the production of bromine and bromides. In 2004 the company became part of Olvia, an industrial corporation, and from that time began an active revival of the company and developing new product markets, especially overseas. PJSC Brom is a major industrial facility in Ukraine.

Completions, pressure pumping

Perforator GmbH

Global

PBG LTD. offers services for exploration, engineering & environmental purposes. A Poland based company with 60 years of experience, PBG has completed work in Africa and Asia, executing contracts for oil and gas prodders, government and research agencies and private companies. Services include exploration geophysics, structural and deposit geology, although they do not do seismic exploration.

Chemicals

Perekop Bromine

(+7) 495 912 6503 info@pangea.ru

Established in 1988, PanTerra Geoconsultants is a geoscience consultancy group providing services to the upstream oil & gas industry. PanTerra Geoconsultants BV has three operating divisions: integrated subsurface evaluations, laboratory services, including conventional and special core analysis services, production chemistry, PVT, and geoscience staff secondment.

Exploration, geophysical services

PBG Geophysical

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Street, 27 Moscow, Russia

CO N TACT

PANGEA is a leading Russian consultant in the upstream oil & gas industry and a developer of high-technology software systems for geophysical and geological data processing, interpretation and modeling. PANGEA does geophysical surveys, including seismic, gravimag, electromagnetic data acquisition added by geochemical exploration services. Clients include ONGC (India), OMV (Austria), REPSOL (Spain), JOGMEC (Japan), Naftogaz India, GAIL (India).

Seismic analysis

PanTerra Geoconsultants

ADDRESS

Global

4th Floor, 117 Jermyn Street London SW1Y 6HH UK

(+44) 1224 650570 patrick.odonnell @spdltd.com

Petrofac is an oilfield service company with 30 years experience. They work across the entire spectrum of the oil and gas asset life cycle, on either a stand-alone or integrated basis, under flexible commercial models which are tailored to a customer’s needs. Our teams: design and build oil and gas infrastructure, operate, maintain and manage assets and train personnel.

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S P EC I A L I T Y

ADDRESS

CO N TACT

– Line Pipe – Coiled Tubing – Field Services

Tenaris provides field service support in the Eagle Ford shale for a local operator.

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PFC Energy

Ul. Agatowa 12 03-680 Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 226 770 456

Poland

Ul. Powązkowska 44c Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 223 260 100

Global

9700 Aire Circle, P.O. Box 181359, Fort Smith, AR 72918, USA

(+1) 479 646 1641 www.pruittool.com

Global

Al. Armii Ludowej 14 00 - 638 Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 22 523 4000 pwcpoland@pl.pwc.com

Provides oil and gas companies advisory, tax & legal, and auditing services. PwC, a global services company, has been in Poland for 20 years and there are 46 local partners. Having analyzed the proposed mining and geological law, PwC provides up to date information about the regulatory and tax environment for shale operators.

Pumps

Rodelta Pumps International

Global

Incorporated in 1960, Pruitt Tool and Supply was an early rental tool and fishing tool company in the Arkoma Basin. Buddy Pruitt, along with his son-in-law Bob, saw the potential revenue in rotating heads, so they began to take their first steps into the rotating head business. In 1967, their initial invention would become a reality; the “Williams” rotating head was born.

Consulting, business advisory, auditing, tax, Llegal

PwC

(+33) 147 702 900 www.pfcenergy.com

PROCHEM is an engineering company, serving clients in the industrial, building construction and environmental protection sectors that was established in 1947. Specialized in general construction, services include technology, architecture, construction and building, road work, mechanical and electrical systems, telecommunications, and various types of large installations.

Rotating control devices

Pruitt Tool & Supply

19 rue du Général Foy 75008 Paris, France

CO N TACT

PP-EKO is an environmental engineering company based in Poland. Services include designing, consulting, technology and project management, in the field of industrial and municipal wastewater treatment, sludge processing and biodegradable wastes reduction. At work over the last few years customizing solutions for the oil and gas industry.

Environmental protection installations

Prochem S.A.

Global

ADDRESS

PFC Energy is a global consulting firm specializing in the oil and gas industry. Our clients are oil and gas operators, national oil companies, service companies, investors, governments and other stakeholders. Energy specialists focused on the sector, with proprietary knowledge databases. Recently the company was acquired by IHS.

Waste water treatment

PP-EKO

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

Global

Enschedesestraat 234 7552 CM Hengelo The Netherlands

(+31) 74 245 52 00 info@rodelta.com

Rodelta Pumps International BV is a manufacturer of pumps, located in Hengelo in the Netherlands. With 60 years developing pumps, product example includes vertically-suspended, single casing volute line-shaft driven pumps whose applications include drinking water, marine, cooling water, fire fighting and whose performance flows up to 1200 m3/h, with heads up to 120 m.l.c.

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S E RV I C E S P EC I A L I T Y All integrated well services

Schlumberger

Belfast office231 Bangor Road, Holywood , Belfast BT18 0JQ United Kingdom

Europe

(+44) 28 9042 1106 future@serafimltd.com

Global

1 Place des Alpes P.O. Box 2152 Geneva, 1211 Switzerland

+41 22 739 91 11

CEE

Bucuresti-Domnesti 49-50 Street, Clinceni, Bucharest Romania

(+40) 744 319 001 angajari@simcoint.com

Netherlands

prof. dr. Dorgelolaan 20 5613 AM Eindhoven the Netherlands

(+31) 40 23 69 445 sales@spiritIT.com

Spirit automates products and technical processes. Among their products, they focus on liquid and gas flow, supervisory (HMI/SCADA) software, virtual flow computer solution. Proprietary products include Spirit IT, Flow-X®, eXLerate®, SmartCen™, Flow-Xpert™ and more. Spirit IT is a technology partner to PETRONAS.

Tubular steel

Sumitomo Europe

(+44) 203 320 4900 szwolan@slb.com

Simco International Ltd. is a software company for the oil and gas industry. They program in C++, Microsoft Visual, Borland C++ and Visual Basic, also in Delphi and Java, Oracle and MySQL. Their focus is information technology for petroleum engineering. The company’s strategy is to develop expertise in computer applications, designing original software.

Technology

Spirit Innovative Technologies

Al Jana Pawła II 25 00 - 854 Warsaw, Poland

SGS is an inspection, verification, testing and certification company with 75,000 employees. SGS operates a network of more than 1,500 offices and laboratories around the world and offers services in four categories: inspection, testing, certification and verification. With experience from health care to energy, they refer to themselves as global benchmark.

Technology

SIMCO International Ltd.

Global

CO N TACT

Serafim provides reservoir analysis and financial mathematics, including production forecasting and reserves management to generate P10, P50 and P90 scenarios as input to a reserve and resource data base. Serafim PERIMETER is a range of services offered to asset managers, senior reservoir engineers and technical directors.

Inspection, testing verification

SGS

ADDRESS

Schlumberger, an international oilfield service provider, was founded in 1926 by Conrad and Marcel Schlumberger. Today Schlumberger supplies the petroleum industry with services such as seismic acquisition and processing, formation evaluation, well testing and directional drilling, well cementing and stimulation, artificial lift, well completions, flow assurance and consulting, and software and information management.

Consultant services, reservoir modeling

SERAFIM Ltd

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

SERVICES

CO M PA N Y NAME

Europe

Vintners’ Place 68 Upper Thames Street London, EC4V 3BJ, UK

(+44) 2072463600

Sumitomo is a trading company with headquarters in Japan. In Europe, Sumitomo has been present since 1955. Sumitomo provides casing and tubing (from carbon grade to Corrosion Resistant Alloy) with both API and premium VAM connections. Seamless, ERW and UOE welded line pipe and hot bends. Speciality tube, including a wide range of stainless and alloy grades. As well as titanium sheet and coils.

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Superior Energy Services

30 Millbank London, SW 1P 4 WY, UK

(+44) 207 717 4444 www.tatasteel.com

Global

ul. Taśmowa 7 02 - 677 Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 22 334 41 11 info@tebodin.pl

Poland

Al. Sztandarów 1/3 04 - 423 Warsaw, Poland

(+48) 22 612 98 25 techpomp@techpomp.pl

Global

2200 W. Loop S., Suite 800 Houston, TX 77027, USA

(+1) 713 767 4400 www.tenaris.com

Tenaris provides a full range of quality casing and tubing, drill pipe, premium connections, pipe accessories, sucker rods, and coiled tubing for use in all types of oil and gas drilling and well completion activities. Exceptional services based on expertise of material selection and pipe handling. From a manufacturing center in Romania, Tenaris can serve the Baltic, Lublin and Podlasie basins in Poland. Also a plant in Italy.

Seamless pipes, welded pipes, bending

TPS - Technitube Röhrenwerke

Global

Tech-Pomp has been in operation in Poland since 1979. Tech-Pomp specialize in high volume water transfer services including mobile piping systems to support hydraulic fracturing. An authorized distributor of pumps and equipment, customized services include rental or purchase, and pumps can be made to order or purchased from stock. Tech-Pomp provides pumps for agricultural, industrial, energy or municipal water services.

Line pipe, coiled tubing, casing, connections

Tenaris

(+1) 281 999 0047 info@superiorenergy.com

Tebodin has been on the Polish market for 20 years. Services include integrated design and complex management for industrial, commercial and infrastructural investments. Post a yearly turnover of some €25 million with 5 branch offices and 300 specialists and a total annual investment value of €500 million. Focus areas include commercial buildings, industrial projects and infrastructure works.

Electric, pneumatic, engine driven pumps

TECH-POMP

11000 Equity Drive Suite 300 Houston, Texas 77041, USA

CO N TACT

The Tata Group has business operations (114 companies and subsidiaries) in seven defined sectors – materials, engineering, information technology and communications, energy, services, consumer products and chemicals. Tata Steel with its acquisition of Corus is in the top ten steel manufacturers. Other companies include Tata Motors, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Tata Communications, Tata Power, Indian Hotels, Tata Global Beverages and Tata Chemicals.

Consultancy & project management

Tebodin

Global

ADDRESS

Superior Energy Services serves the drilling, completion and production-related needs of oil and gas companies worldwide through a diversified portfolio of specialized oilfield services and equipment that are used throughout the economic life cycle of oil and gas wells. E&P companies can contact Superior for services, tools, equipment and trained personnel needed to develop and produce oil and gas.

Steel supply

Tata Steel Group

CO U N T RY ACT I V I T Y

Germany

Julius-Saxler-Str. 7, 54550 Daun, Germany

(+49) 65 92 7120 service@tpsd.de

TPS - Technitube Röhrenwerke is a privately owned company with production and stock facilities for tubes and pipes, oil and gas field tubular products, extended surface tubes and special piping and tubing products and accessories with 35 years experience in the supply of tubular piping products and accessories. Company headquarters is based in Germany.

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ADDRESS

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Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Bulgaria

Al. Jerozolimskie 56C 00 - 803 Warsaw Poland

Europe

Ul. Rejtana 17, 02-516, Warsaw Poland

(+48) 224 273 700 ursglobal.info@urs.com

United States, Europe

Vstupny areal, 044 54 Kosice, Slovak Republic

(+421) 55 673 9536 ekbeever@sk.uss.com

France

Ave. du Général Leclerc 27 92100 France

(+33) 1 49 09 35 00 contact@vallourec.fr

Vallourec is a manufacturer and retailer of tubular solutions serving the energy markets (oil and gas, power generation). With 22,200 employees and sales of 5.3 billion euros in 2012 – including 78% from outside Europe – Vallourec has integrated manufacturing facilities integrated in more than 20 countries. Vallourec has five research and development facilities worldwide.

Water treatment

Veolia Water Systems

(+48) 22 1162 300 cezary.filipowicz@uos.pl

Tubular products for all sectors of oil and gas industry. Extensive experiences in the North American shale markets allows US Stell to provide an unparalleled level of service. US Steel manages their supply chain from a factory and back-office in Slovakia. One of North America’s largest integrated steelmakers and the continent’s largest producer of energy tubular products.

Pipe and tubing

Vallourec

Al. Jerozolemskie123a 02 - 017 Warsaw Poland

URS is an engineering and environmental consulting company throughout the UK and Ireland, Continental Europe, India, the Middle East, the Americas and Asia/Pacific regions. URS does full lifecycle services for clients across a broad range of industry sectors. In oil and gas they are present in upstream, midstream, downstream and petrochemical segments.

Steel pipe supply

US Steel

Poland

United Oilfield Services is an oilfield service company providing hydraulic fracturing, modern drilling, and seismic data acquisition services to the European oil and gas industry. Headquartered in Poland, UOS delivers equipment, technical expertise, and local on-site crews to provide customized solutions for customers. UOS is an equity backed company that was launched in 2011.

Siting, permitting, geotechnical, construction management

URS

(+48) 223 799 440 trinity@trinitycs.com

Trinity was founded in 2004 by three professionals with broad commercial experience gained in Poland and the Central and Eastern Europe. Trinity has grown to have EUR 14 billion of client assets under our administration. Worked for a number of the foreign E&P companies in Poland and elsewhere doing commercial, tax, advisory, hiring and back office functions.

Drilling, completions, pressure pumping

United Oilfield Services

CO N TACT

Poland

Ul. Balicka 48, 30-149 Kraków, Poland

(+48) 12 423 38 66 info. poland@veoliawater.com

Veolia Water does water treatment for public authorities, including withdrawal, producing and piping drinking water. Veolia collects, conveys and treats wastewater, in order to recycle it (irrigation, watering, groundwater recharge, etc.) or release the treated water into the environment. Veolia Water conserves water resources upstream and protects release environments and ecosystems downstream.

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All integrated well services

Weatherford

ADDRESS

Global

Ul. Królewska 16 00 - 103, Warsaw Poland

CO N TACT

SERVICES

CO M PA N Y NAME

(+48) 226 451 330 eu@weatherford.com

Weatherford is an international oil and natural gas service company providing products and services for drilling, evaluation, completion, production and intervention of oil and natural gas wells, along with pipeline construction and commissioning. Headquartered in Switzerland, Weatherford currently operates in more than 100 countries and employs 60,000 people.

Pumping, proppant, water and flowlines

Weir Oil & Gas Division

Global

Aleja 3 Maja 9, 30-062 Kraków Poland

(+48) 126 328 469 sales.pl@weirminerals.com

Weir Oil & Gas delivers services for customers from capital projects to long term asset management contracts for continuing operations both onshore and offshore. Services range from exploration and production through transportation, refining and storage. Weir has a portfolio of high performance pumps and safety critical equipment.

Engineering and Consultancy services

Wellynx

Europe

Viale G. D’Annunzio, 267 65127 Pescara, Italy

info@wellynx.com

Wellynx is an independent Italian company providing engineering and consultancy services to O&G Companies. Founded in 2011, Wellynx is composed by professionals with sound oilfield experience in various fields such as design and engineering, operations and maintenance, quality, health, safety & environment.

Drilling, Pipe and procurement

Workstrings

Global

1150 Smede Hwy Broussard, LA 70518, USA

(+1) 337 989 9675 marketing@workstrings. com

Workstrings International is the global leading oilfield equipment rental company providing quality primary drill strings, tubing, landing strings, completion tubulars (CTM, GTM, TTM & Turbotorque™) and handling accessories using in-house engineering and cutting edge technologies. Workstrings International was created following the merger of two companies, Premier Oilfield Rentals and Workstrings LLC.

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WHO’S

WHO Unconventional Hydrocarbon Licensing in the EU-27

DENMARK, GERMANY, HUNGARY, IRELAND, LITHUANIA, THE NETHERLANDS, POLAND, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, UNITED KINGDOM.

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PA R E N T CO M PA N Y

I N T E R R E ST %

LICENSE AREA (KM2)

E .W E L LS

WHO’S WHO

CO N C E S S I O N S NAME DENMARK 1 / 10 2 / 10

Total Nordsøfonden Total Nordsøfonden

80 20 80 20

2971.7

BASF BNK Petroleum Inc. ExxonMobil Mingas-Power GmbH Minegas GmbH Mingas-Power GmbH DrillTec GUT GmbH A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH Central European Petroleum LTD Realm Energy Operations Corporation GDF SUEZ GeoEnergy Feldgesellschaft Parkyn Energy Germany (PEG) Limited GeoEnergy Feldgesellschaft Minegas GmbH ExxonMobil Shell Bell Exploration Ltd. Concorde Energy LLC RWTH Aachen RWE Dea AG Rohöl-Aufsuchungs AG RWE Dea AG HammGas GmbH & Co.KG GDF SUEZ ExxonMobil Shell STEAG New Energies GmbH HammGas GmbH & Co.KG Minegas GmbH Mingas-Power GmbH RWE Dea AG ExxonMobil GDF SUEZ Palatina GeoCon GmbH & Co. KG BNK Petroleum Inc. BNK Petroleum Inc. A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH GTK Geothermie Kraftwerke GmbH GDF SUEZ Rhein Petroleum GmbH RWE Dea AG Central European Petroleum LTD Überlandwerk Groß-Gerau GmbH HEEAG Erste Verwaltungsges. mbH & Co. KG. GDF SUEZ E&P RWE Dea AG BASF HammGas GmbH & Co.KG HammGas GmbH & Co.KG ExxonMobil Shell RWE Dea AG ExxonMobil Shell BNK Petroleum Inc. RWE Dea AG Rhein Petroleum GmbH HammGas GmbH & Co.KG Mingas-Power GmbH ExxonMobil Shell GDF SUEZ Palatina GeoCon GmbH & Co. KG GDF SUEZ GDF SUEZ ExxonMobil Shell DSK Anthrazit Ibbenbüren GmbH A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 100 N/A

325.1 991 428.8 N/A N/A N/A N/A 10.5 2559 64.3 521.4 N/A 1497 N/A N/A 2740.7

100 100 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 100 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 100 100 50 50 100 100

N/A 844.6 N/A

1

1055 2003 N/A N/A N/A 330 N/A 2016 N/A N/A 400 1909.2 54 85 443

4

2288.9

GERMANY Achim (neu) Adler Ahrensheide Ahsen-Gas Alstaden-Gas Altdendorf-Gas Altenheim Ananke Anklam Aschen Bedekaspel-Erweiterung Bergzabern Biberach Bietigheim Borussia Gas Bramsche-Erweiterung Bruckmühl (großr. Aufsuchung) CBM-RWTH (wissensch. Zwecke) Celle Chiemgau Cuxhaven-Verkleinerung Dasbeck Deidesheim Delmenhorst-Elsfleth Dillingen-Saarbrücken-Ottweiler Donar

Drakenburg Dümmersee-Uchte (Zusammenl.) Edenkoben Falke Falke-South Ganymed Gau-Algesheim Germersheim Graben-Neudorf Grafing Grimmen 2 Groß-Gerau Hagenbach Hahnenhorn Hameln Hamm-Ost Hamm-Süd Hamwiede Harpen-Gas Harpstedt Harz-Börde Heide-Restfläche Heidelberg-Weinheim Hellweg Herbern-Gas Herford Herxheimweyher Hochstadt Hümmling Ibbenbüren Ibbenbüren-Gas Io

3

675 N/A 1198.8 N/A 1163.3 8.5 N/A N/A

1

N/A 991

N/A 449.9 624.4 900 260 84 106 797

N/A 726.5

395 85 N/A

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CO N C E S S I O N S NAME Jade-Weser Jemgum Jeverland Julix Kallisto Kandel Karlsruhe-Leopoldshafen Kinsau Konstanz Krummhörn Kuhardt Lars Leer Leif Lennert Limburgerhof Lingen (Zusammenlegung) Loba Lübben Lüchow Lüdersfeld Ludwigshafen Mainz Mannheim-Käfertal Maximiliansau Mevissen-Gas Mindelheim Minden Misburg Misburg Mittlerer Oberrhein Münsterland Münsterland-West Nasser Berg Neulußheim Norddeutschland-Gas Nördlicher Oberrhein Nordrhein-Westfalen Nord Oberschwaben II Oberschwaben III Offenbach/Pfalz Oldenburg Phönix Pillgram Preetz-Restfläche Rastatt-Lichtenau-Rheinau II Rautenberg Reudnitz Rheinland Rheurdt-Gas Ribnitz Ridderade-Ost Römerberg Rotenburg Rudolf Ruhr Sabuela Saulgau-Wangen Saxon 1 West Saxon 2 Scharnhorst-Restfläche Schaumburg-Verkleinerung Scholen Schwaben

PA R E N T CO M PA N Y Oldenburgische Erdölgesellschaft mbH GDF SUEZ Oldenburgische Erdölgesellschaft mbH A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH Montanes Explorationsgesellschaft mbH. GDF SUEZ E&P Deuts. GDF SUEZ Rhein Petroleum GmbH Parkyn Energy Germany (PEG) Limited ExxonMobil Shell GDF SUEZ Palatina GeoCon GmbH & Co. KG A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH GDF SUEZ A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH GDF SUEZ Palatina GeoCon GmbH & Co. KG GDF SUEZ A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH Central European Petroleum LTD GDF SUEZ Archimedes Facility-Management GmbH GDF SUEZ GeoEnergy Feldgesellschaft GTK Geothermie Kraftwerke GmbH GDF SUEZ Palatina GeoCon GmbH & Co. KG GDF SUEZ Palatina GeoCon GmbH & Co. KG Minegas GmbH Rhein Petroleum GmbH ExxonMobil Shell ExxonMobil Shell Rhein Petroleum GmbH Oldenburgische Erdölgesellschaft mbH ExxonMobil Shell Nasser Berg GmbH GDF SUEZ Palatina GeoCon GmbH & Co. KG Mingas-Power GmbH Rhein Petroleum GmbH ExxonMobil Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Bratschkow Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Bratschkow GDF SUEZ Oldenburgische Erdölgesellschaft mbH RWE Dea AG Celtique Energie GmbH RWE Dea AG GDF SUEZ RWE Dea AG Bayerngas GmbH BASF Mingas-Power GmbH Central European Petroleum LTD BASF GDF SUEZ Palatina GeoCon GmbH & Co. KG RWE Dea AG HammGas GmbH & Co.KG BASF A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH Bell Exploration Ltd. Concorde Energy LLC DART ENERGY (EUROPE) LIMITED DART ENERGY (EUROPE) LIMITED RWE Dea AG ExxonMobil Shell ExxonMobil Shell BASF

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I N T E R R E ST % 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 100 100 50 50 50 50 100 100 50 50 100 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 100 100 100 100 50 50 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 100

LICENSE AREA (KM2)

E .W E L LS

N/A 401.7 N/A N/A 889.4 N/A N/A 249 1077 466.8 N/A N/A 367.5 N/A N/A N/A 1623.3 N/A 1479 259.5 23.7 N/A

1

N/A N/A N/A N/A 460 1193

1

232.4 232.4 657 N/A 572 N/A N/A N/A 682 6617 N/A N/A N/A 5657 N/A 938 762.2 N/A 2380 N/A 1403 N/A 102 342.1 N/A

1

1

674.6 52 2493 N/A N/A 391 1510 383.9 1053.1

1

549.3

1

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Schwaben-Süd (großr. Aufsuch.) Seeadler Simonswolde Sinope Sittensen Speyerdorf Starnberger See (großr. Aufsuch.) Steinadler Steinfeld Steinhorst Steinhude-Restfläche Stralsund Suderwich-Gas Taaken (Rest) Tannheim Teising Unterweser Verden Voerde-Gas Vorhop-Südost Wehofen-Gas Weinbergen Werder Wesel Gas Wettrup-Verkleinerung Wildes Moor Wilhelmine Gas Wittmund Wolfenbüttel Wolfsburg

PA R E N T CO M PA N Y

I N T E R R E ST %

LICENSE AREA (KM2)

Rhein Petroleum GmbH Steinadler Hydrocarbons GmbH ExxonMobil Shell A-TEC Anlagentechnik GmbH PRD Energy GmbH GeoEnergy Feldgesellschaft Bell Exploration Ltd. Concorde Energy LLC Steinadler Hydrocarbons GmbH GeoEnergy Feldgesellschaft PRD Energy GmbH GDF SUEZ Central European Petroleum LTD Minegas GmbH ExxonMobil BASF Nasser Berg GmbH ExxonMobil Shell RWE Dea AG Mingas-Power GmbH GDF SUEZ Mingas-Power GmbH Steinadler Hydrocarbons GmbH RWE Dea AG RWE Dea AG Geologie und Bergschäden mbH Thyssen Vermögensverwaltung GmbH PVG für Lagerstätten GDF SUEZ BASF Minegas GmbH PRD Energy GmbH BASF BNK Petroleum Inc.

100 100 50 50 100 100 100 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 N/A N/A 100 100 100 100 100 100

2061 2636 256.3

Falcon Oil and Gas Ltd NIS Falcon Oil and Gas Ltd JKX Oil and Gas PLC Aspect Holdings Aspect Holdings JKX Oil and Gas PLC JKX Oil and Gas PLC Aspect Holdings JKX Oil and Gas PLC Aspect Holdings MOL RAG RAG RAG RAG

50 50 100 50 50 50 50 7 93 50 50 50 50 100 100 100

1375.92

Tamboran Resources Enegi Oil

100 100

986 495

Chevron Odin Energi Minijos Nafta Odin Energi Odin Energi

50 50 50 50 50

1594

Cuadrilla Resources Cuadrilla Resources

100 100

1929 818.6

POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO ExxonMobil TOTAL POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO

100 100 100 100 51 49 100

936.79 936.69 921.87 942.03 1162.2

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CO N C E S S I O N S NAME

N/A 331 N/A N/A 2636 N/A 967 475 756 N/A 197.4 N/A N/A 789.2 380.2 N/A 94.2 N/A 2165 85

1

N/A 489.7 394.8 N/A 1133.9 N/A 624.4

H U N G A RY Makó Tisza Hernad I Hernad II Sarkad I Turkeve IV Inke Kiskunhalas Kelebia Körös

955 1827

6 6 1

2507 53 10 1129 2461 532 2900

IRELAND Northwest Carboniferous Basin Clare Basin

L I T H UA N I A Rietavas Gargzdai Raiseniai

884

1 1

1535

THE NETHERLANDS NOORD-BRABANT NOORDOOSTPOLDER

POLAND 172 173 192 193 319-320 (Chełm) 319-320 (Chełm) Bartoszyce

1 1

669.5

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CO N C E S S I O N S NAME Bełżyce Braniewo S Brodnica Brodnica Bytom-Gliwice Bytów Cedry Wielkie Chodel Ciechanów

Czersk Częstochowa Damnica Darłowo Elbląg Frampol Garwolin Gaz Północ Gaz Południe Gdańsk W Gdynia Glinica-Psary Głubczyce Gniew Godkowo Gołdap

Góra Górowo Iławeckie Gotlandia Grabowiec Grudziądz Hrubieszów Iława Kartuzy-Szemud Karwia Kędzierzyn-Koźle Kętrzyn

Kock-Tarkawica Koło Korczmin Kotlarka Kraśnik Kwidzyń

Łeba Lębork Lidzbark

Lidzbark Warmiński

Lipsko Łódź Zachód Lubartów Lublin Łuków Maków Mazowiecki Malbork Milejów Mińsk Mazowiecki Młynary Nida Nowa Sól Oleśnica Oleśnica

PA R E N T CO M PA N Y PKN Orlen San Leon Energy CNOOC Marathon Oil MITSUI & CO. 3Legs Resources BNK Petroleum 3Legs Resources PETROLINVEST CNOOC Marathon Oil MITSUI & CO. San Leon Energy PETROLINVEST 3Legs Resources ConocoPhillips BNK Petroleum Eni Spa Chevron PKN Orlen LOTOS LOTOS San Leon Energy MAC OIL 3Legs Resources PETROLINVEST San Leon Energy 3Legs Resources PETROLINVEST STENA WISENT OIL & GAS San Leon Energy POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO LOTOS Chevron PETROLINVEST PKN Orlen LNG Energy San Leon Energy POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO 3Legs Resources ConocoPhillips PETROLINVEST PETROLINVEST STENA WISENT OIL & GAS POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO Hutton Energy DPV Service San Leon Energy Chevron CNOOC Marathon Oil MITSUI & CO. LOTOS 3Legs Resources ConocoPhillips CNOOC Marathon Oil MITSUI & CO. PETROLINVEST STENA WISENT OIL & GAS DPV Service Hutton Energy PKN Orlen PKN Orlen Cuadrilla Resources PETROLINVEST Eni Spa Dart Energy Relinquished (was ExxonMobil) Eni Spa Relinquished (was San Leon Energy) San Leon Energy Hutton Energy San Leon Energy

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I N T E R R E ST % 100 100 40 51 9 100 100 100 100 40 51 9 100 100 30 70 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 30 31.67 29.7 38 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 100 30 70 100 31.67 29.7 38 100 100 100 100 100 40 51 9 100 30 70 40 51 9 31.67 29.7 38 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 25 75

LICENSE AREA (KM2) 1018.58 1042.69 1087.66 1087.66 1087.66 583.99 1168.67 809.1 188.54 1185.97 1185.97 1185.97 702.47 749.51 784.1 784.1 1151.8 574.32 1178.49 884.41 1075 887 888.53 252522 1037.93 1155.99 1191.27 904 620.82 620.82 620.82 705.55 1094 881 1195 699.21 414.58 745.6 745.6 782.61 209.1 209.1 994 683.25 683.25 683.25 1028 1171.88 628.91 212.58 1194.12 1196.58 1196.58 1196.58 1154 1062 1062 1046.38 1046.38 1046.38 895.23 895.23 895.23 1192.18 809.27 1156.39 966.75 628.14 699.17 998.5 371.92 1085 394.9 1167 1166.25 1160.64 1160.64

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Opole Opole Lubelskie Orzechów

Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski Pakosław-Krotoszyn Parczew Pionki Pionki-Kazimierz Płońsk S

Płońsk SE Poddębice Prabuty Południowe Praszka Prusice Radom Rawicz Repki Różewie Ryki-Zyrzyn Rypin

Sambia E Sambia W Siedlce

Siemiatycze Sieradz Skarżysko-Kamienna Sławno

Słupsk

Sokołów Podlaski

Stara Kiszewa Starogard

Stegna Szczawno Tomaszów Lubelski Trzebielino Warka-Ursynów Węgorzewo

Węgrów Wejherowo Wieluń Wierzbica Wiszniów-Tarnoszyn Wodynie-Łuków Wołomin Wschowa Zwierzyniec

PA R E N T CO M PA N Y

I N T E R R E ST %

LICENSE AREA (KM2)

PETROLINVEST DPV Service CNOOC Marathon Oil MITSUI & CO. Canadian Oil International POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO Marathon Oil Cuadrilla Resources POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO CNOOC Marathon Oil MITSUI & CO. Marathon Oil Hutton Energy Hutton Energy San Leon Energy San Leon Energy San Leon Energy DPV Service San Leon Energy PETROLINVEST LOTOS POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO CNOOC Marathon Oil MITSUI & CO. LOTOS LOTOS CNOOC Marathon Oil MITSUI & CO. PETROLINVEST PKN Orlen Canadian Oil International BNK Petroleum LNG Energy RAG Sorgenia BNK Petroleum LNG Energy RAG Sorgenia CNOOC Marathon Oil MITSUI & CO. POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO BNK Petroleum LNG Energy RAG Sorgenia 3Legs Resources San Leon Energy POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO BNK Petroleum POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO PETROLINVEST STENA WISENT OIL & GAS LNG Energy San Leon Energy POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO Hutton Energy San Leon Energy PKN Orlen POLSKIE GÓRNICTWO NAFTOWE I GAZOWNICTWO PKN Orlen PKN Orlen San Leon Energy Chevron

100 100 40 51 9 100 100 100 100 100 40 51 9 100 100 25 75 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 40 51 9 100 100 40 51 9 100 100 100 26.67 20 26.3 27 26.67 20 26.3 27 40 51 9 100 26.67 20 26.3 27 100 100 100 100 100 31.67 29.7 38 50 50 100 25 75 100 100 100 100 100 100

1044.4 388.34 1008.15

Oracle Energy Porto Energy Corp Porto Energy Corp Galp Energia Group Porto Energy Corp

100 100 50 50 100

855 1268.8 512.32

1192.51 1096.26 1003.23 827.42 530 359.65

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1

1

244.88 645.17 480.69

1

1199.45 758.1 895.22 742 882.48 1172 426 670

1

1092 888 739.88

1

892.08 916.8 1198.14 1154.28

1

918.75

1

833.76

1

1178.14 878.26

1

625 603.4 741 1167.1 734 134.26

WHO’S WHO

CO N C E S S I O N S NAME

2 1 1

711.83 730.58 887.7 702.05 1106 1190.74 1180 1077.64 824.43

3

1

P O RT U G A L Barreiro Torres Vedrs 3 Aljubarrota - 3 Rio Maior - 2

1 1

1274.2

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CO N C E S S I O N S NAME Cabo Mondego - 2 São Pedro de Muel - 2 Zambujal Peniche

PA R E N T CO M PA N Y

I N T E R R E ST %

LICENSE AREA (KM2)

Porto Energy Corp Porto Energy Corp Porto Energy Corp Porto Energy Corp

100 100 100 100

629.55 517.82 907.43 192.53

Chevron Chevron Chevron Chevron East-West Petroleum East-West Petroleum East-West Petroleum East-West Petroleum Expert Petroleum MOL Expert Petroleum MOL Expert Petroleum MOL Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS) Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS) Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS) Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS) Raffles Energy Pte Romgaz Romgaz Romgaz Romgaz Romgaz Romgaz Romgaz Romgaz Sterling Resources Transatlantic Petroleum Zeta Petroleum

100 100 100 100 85 85 85 85 30 70 30 70 30 70 15 15 15 15 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50

6474 900 900 900 1000 1000 1000 1000 1144.6

Nafta Nafta Nafta San Leon Energy ROMGAZ S.A. JKX Oil & Gas PLC San Leon Energy ROMGAZ S.A. JKX Oil & Gas PLC San Leon Energy ROMGAZ S.A. JKX Oil & Gas PLC Topgas Slovakia. s.r.o. GEOKOS. o.o.d

100 100 100 50 25 25 50 25 25 50 25 25 100 100

451.5 940.2 968.17 961.04

Petrol Ascent Resources

25 75

100

Basque Energy Board Basque Energy Board Basque Energy Board Basque Energy Board Basque Energy Board Basque Energy Board Basque Energy Board Basque Energy Board Basque Energy Board Basque Energy Board Basque Energy Board BNK Petroleum BNK Petroleum CAMBRIA EUROPE CAMBRIA EUROPE CAMBRIA EUROPE CAMBRIA EUROPE CBMRESA CPS

44 33.78 33.78 33.78 33.78 33.78 33.78 44 44 100 44 100 100 20 20 20 20 100 100

261.1 35.39 217.4 948.1 632.1 948.1 1011.3 758.5 752.4 497.52 726.91 248.76 94815 261.1 758.5 752.4 726.91 379.2 120.8

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RO M A N I A Barlad Adamclisi Costinesti VamaVeche Tria Baile Felix Periam Biled Voivozi Adea Curtici Tria Baile Felix Periam Biled Suceava Transilvania Nord Transylvania Center Transilvania Sud North Moldova Moldova South Muntenia Nord Est Muntenia Center Oltenia SudCraiova Suceava

1144.6 1144.6 1000 1000 1000 1000 2403 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 4000 2403

S LOVA K I A Bažantnica Gbely Východoslovenská nížina Snina

Medzilaborce

Svidník

Kežmarok Burda

1 1

721.12

760.21

582.71 179.59

3

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S PA I N ANGOSTO-1 CAMEROS-2 EBRO-A EBRO-B EBRO-C EBRO-D EBRO-E ENARA MIRUA SAIA USOA ARQUETU URRACA ANGOSTO-1 ENARA MIRUA USOA BOÑAR-CISTIERNA HUERMECES

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REUS PISUERGA ANGOSTO-1 ENARA MIRUA USOA MORCIN-1 GRANDA ARIES-1 ARIES-2 VALDERREDIBLE BASCONCILLOS H PENÉLOPE ULISES-2 ULISES-3 CAMEROS-2 EBRO-A EBRO-B EBRO-C EBRO-D EBRO-E ESCORPIO LEO BEZENA BIGUENZO HORQUILLA LES PINASSES GRANDA GUADALQUIVIR BEZENA BIGUENZO ANISA CARLOTA PLACIDO BERDUN BIGUENZO LUENA SEDANO BEZENA TURBÓN AQUILES CRONOS GÉMINIS LIBRA RUEDALABOLA TESORILLO ALBERO CAMEROS-2 EBRO-A EBRO-B EBRO-C EBRO-D EBRO-E GRANDA RUEDALABOLA TESORILLO

PA R E N T CO M PA N Y

I N T E R R E ST %

LICENSE AREA (KM2)

ENAGAS GREENPARK ENERGY ESPAÑA SA HEYCO ENERGY GROUP (PETRICHOR) Heyco Group Heyco Group Heyco Group HULLERAS DEL NORTE HUNOSA INVEXTA RESOURCES INVEXTA RESOURCES Leni Gas & Oil PLC NORTHERN Oil & Gas Capital. S.L. OIL & GAS CAPITAL. SL OIL & GAS CAPITAL. SL Oil & Gas Skills. S.A Oil & Gas Skills. S.A. Oil & Gas Skills. S.A. Oil & Gas Skills. S.A. Oil & Gas Skills. S.A. Oil & Gas Skills. S.A. Oil and Gas Capital. S.L. Oil and Gas Capital. S.L. PETROLEUM PETROLEUM PETROLEUM PETROLEUM PETROLEUM OIL & GAS ESPAÑA Portland Gas ESP. S.L. PYREENES Energy Spain. S.A PYREENES Energy Spain. S.A PYRINEES ENERGY SPAIN PYRINEES ENERGY SPAIN PYRINEES ENERGY SPAIN Repsol Repsol Repsol Repsol Repsol Repsol San Leon Energy Plc San Leon Energy Plc San Leon Energy Plc San Leon Energy Plc Schuepbach Energy Schuepbach Energy Storengy España. S.L. Unión Fenosa Gas Exploración y Producción. S.A Unión Fenosa Gas Exploración y Producción. S.A Unión Fenosa Gas Exploración y Producción. S.A Unión Fenosa Gas Exploración y Producción. S.A Unión Fenosa Gas Exploración y Producción. S.A Unión Fenosa Gas Exploración y Producción. S.A Vancast Exploración Vancast Exploración Vancast Exploración

100 100 36 36 36 36 100 40 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 13.51 13.51 13.51 13.51 13.51 13.51 100 100 50 50 100 100 50 100 10 10 100 100 100 100 40 100 100 40 100 100 100 100 100 85 85 100 52.7 52.7 52.7 52.7 52.7 52.7 10 15 15

256.84 428.2 261.1 758.5 752.4 726.91 125.3 186.57 1006 1006 240.65 194.4 272.1 408.1 272.1 35.39 217.4 948.1 632.1 948.1 1011.3 201.3 402.6 877.8 916.5 964.8 128.4 186.57 137.27 877.8 916.5 261.1 252.8 379.3 758.5 916.5 746.3 347.65 877.8 568.89 1023.6 969.61 479.4 378.9 206.76 620.28 895.9 35.39 217.4 948.1 632.1 948.1 1011.3 186.57 206.76 620.28

DART ENERGY ALKANE ENERGY PLC THIRD ENERGY IGAS PLC HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE EUROPA OIL AND GAS IGAS PLC EUROPA OIL AND GAS IGAS PLC THIRD ENERGY BLACKLAND PARK EXPLORATION AJ LUCAS GROUP LTD ALTWOOD PETROLEUM LIMITED BIOGAS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED RED ROSE INFRASTRUCTURE LTD ALKANE ENERGY PLC WARWICK ENERGY AJ LUCAS GROUP LTD ALTWOOD PETROLEUM LIMITED

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 96 4 100 100 100 5 91 4

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UNITED KINGDOM AL10 AL6 AL9 CE1 DL1 DL2 DL3 DL4 DL5 EXL141 EXL189 EXL203 EXL250 EXL253 EXL269

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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CO N C E S S I O N S NAME EXL273 EXL276 EXL284 EXL288 SE/sla B EXL288 SE/sla C EXL288 SE/sla D EXL288 SE/sla C EXL290 EXL294 C EXL294 B ML18 ML21 ML3 ML4 ML5 ML6 ML7 PEDL1 PEDL100 PEDL107 PEDL11 PEDL115 PEDL118

PEDL12 PEDL120 PEDL126

PEDL130 PEDL133 PEDL137 PEDL139

PEDL14 PEDL140

PEDL141

PEDL143

PEDL145 PEDL146 PEDL147 PEDL148 PEDL149 PEDL150 PEDL155

PEDL157 PEDL158 PEDL159 PEDL161 PEDL162 PEDL163 PEDL164 PEDL165 PEDL169 PEDL173 PEDL174

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LAUNCH PARTY On May 29th, at the Warszawa Wschodnia restaurant, the Shale Gas Investment Guide was given away at an inviteonly launch party attended by 110 guests, including managers and presidents of service companies and operators. P H O T O G R A P H Y BY K M R AT S C H K A

Milton Jerez of ConocoPhillips talks to Emmet Beever of US Steel Tubular Products Eric Bollard of Apex Contracting

Frank Thompson the new country manager for Schlumberger

At left, Krzysztof Sylwanowicz of Pro Euro Energy Services, and Adam Kozłowski of Norton Rose, at right

Tobiasz Adamczewski principal analyst at Cleantech Poland

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Marta Michalak CH Robinson


PICTORIAL

Warszawa Wschodnia culinary experts at work

Dariusz Latka at left, formerly of Talisman Energy Polska and now with San Leon Energy, and his colleague, at right, Jadwiga Święcicka Marek Cibor of DBM Services with his Bussiness partner Dorota Flint also of DBM Services

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Arne Kvamsdal business development manager for Halliburton

Tom Sullivan of CH Robinson greets the more than 100 guests at the party

Complimentary welcome drink, served cold

Krzysztof Sylwanowicz of Pro Euro Energy Services with his wife

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Akshay Pasrija, United Oilfield Services, at right Marta Michalak, CH Robinson, talks to guests

Chris Pearce, ConocoPhillips, at right

Asia Merta and Anna Lipińska, guests of Cleantech Poland Warszawa Wschodnia restaurant, renowned Gessler cuisine

Tom Sullivan of CH Robinson

Chris Pearce, Matt Garner, Milton Jerez, Dan Robinson of ConocoPhillips

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Adam Kozłowski of Norton Rose

Lars Hubert of San Leon Energy


PICTORIAL

Terence Odwyer of Terrapinn, Shale Gas World Europe, to be held in November, 2013 at EXPO XXI Magda Pavlak-Chiaradia (left) and Witold Domek (center) of CDM Smith talk to Piotr Dobrowolski of Siemens (right)

Parker Snyder of Cleantech Poland talks to Tom Sullivan of CH Robinson

Milton Jerez of ConocoPhillips at left talks to Iza Kawczynski of IP Group

Marek Kilian (left) and Maciej Chyż (center) of PwC talk to Wojciech Kość of Cleantech Poland.

Waitress keeps no secrets about what makes the cause taste so good

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WELLHEAD

How we did it in Pennsylvania

CEO Kathryn Klaber and representatives of MSC member companies

In many ways, the majority of Pennsylvanians in the USA were in the same position as citizens of Poland are today: a new industry with a less than stellar reputation is now part of their community. BY K AT H RY N Z . K L A B E R FORMER CEO, MARCELLUS SHALE COALITION

WHEN THE MARCELLUS shale play was in its early development, many energy companies that are now household names were new to Pennsylvania. Individual operators and the entire industry were caught flat-footed over how to address residents’ most basic questions. Add in a few early accidents and the fast pace at which this industry operates and we, as an industry, found ourselves playing catch-up and digging out of a hole. Soon after my appointment as CEO of the Marcellus Shale Coalition and at the direction of the Coalition’s member companies, we developed an aggressive community outreach and education strategy to give the public and key stakeholders a onestop shop for reliable information about natural gas development. Here’s what we have done: Transparency and Accountability. We encourage MSC members to host members of the media, local elected officials and NGOs on rig and well site tours to further educate them on the environmental controls and process by which a well is developed. 72 | |SHALE SHALEGAS GASINVESTMENT INVESTMENTGUIDE GUIDE| SUMMER | SUMMER2013 2013

When an issue is brought to our attention, we address it head-on and in a fact-based manner. Support Smart Regulations. The MSC supports regulations that balance the financial cost and maximize the environmental outcome. We supported a modernization of well casing and construction standards to address horizontal development. We also supported more stringent emission regulations to further improve air quality. And we supported increased set-backs from bodies of water and structures and the requirement that all water wells within a 2,500 ft. radius of well site be tested prior to development moving forward. Engage the community. The MSC has a member-driven speakers bureau that has participated in hundreds of community events over the years. These speakers, experts in their field, engage community groups on just about every topic associated with Marcellus Shale development. We’ve also developed a website, LearnAboutShale.org where anyone can

submit a question and receive a straightforward fact-based answer. Develop the Supply Chain. Our member companies used to have trouble sourcing services locally. To address this challenge, the MSC developed a program where procurement experts from member companies attend seminars for local businesses. Additionally, the MSC partners with local chambers of commerce and has developed an online business directory, MarcellusOnMainStreet.org. Science and Facts. Ensuring that inaccurate information is responded to in a timely manner and that reporters and opposition groups are held accountable is key to crafting and controlling the narrative. Conversely, when an accident happens, accepting responsibility and committing to finding a solution is key for long-term success. Rational individuals accept the fact that this is heavy industry and accidents can happen. No energy source is without risk. Managing and mitigating that risk is critical.


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