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The International Meeting Place for the Colombian Oil & Gas Industry Endorsers:

13-15 March 2012 El Centro de Convenciones y Exposiciones, Cartagena, Colombia

Discovering New Opportunities Maximizing Potential Advancing Market Developments Gold Sponsors:

Silver Sponsors:

Associate Sponsors:

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The Meeting Place for the Colombian Oil & Gas Industry Colombia Oil & Gas Returns for a Second Year After Outstanding Debut Success! The 2011 Event Delivered: Highest industry support from Ecopetrol, ANH and Ministry of Mines and Energy, Colombia Attendance of over 450 senior level delegates Showcases from 45 exhibiting companies More than 1100 exhibition attendees Attendance from 22 industry sectors International representation from over 17 countries

Where International & Local Investors Meet to Do Business International Representation for 2012 • Colombia

• Ecuador • Chile

• Trinidad & Tobago

• China

• USA • Brazil

• Argentina

• UK

• Japan

• Canada

• Peru

• Spain

• India

• Bolivia

• Australia

• Norway

• Venezuela

• Korea

• Mexico

Who You Will Meet

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Sectors Attending

• Directors/CEOs/COOs/MDs/ Chairmans/Presidents/VPs

• Sales/Business Development/ Marketing Managers

• General Managers/Senior Managers/Country Managers

• Advisors/Consultants/ Associates

• Commercial/Project/ Planning Managers

• Analysts • Engineers/Geologists

• IOCs

• Oilfield Service Companies

• NOCs

• Banking & Finance

• Independents

• Consultants & Lawyers /Legal

• Exploration & Production

• Engineering & Construction

• Offshore & Deepwater

• Associated Services

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Maximizing Colombia’s Oil & Gas Potential The Leading Oil & Gas Event in Colombia The annual Colombia Oil & Gas Summit and Exhibition will once again draw together a highlevel international audience to shape the future of Colombia’s oil and gas market. The event is a must attend platform for all existing and potential stakeholders wanting to discover new opportunities, maximize potential and advance market developments in Colombia.

Why Attend? Gain insights into the future dynamics of the Colombian oil and gas market Identify next steps for development

“Fantastic opportunity to have the industry in one place, get solid project and policy updates, and meet and greet pretty much all the key industry players.” David Voght, IPD Latin America

Meet and network with key international and Colombian industry players See the very latest technology showcases Be part of the leading oil and gas event in one of the fastest growing markets in Latin America

Colombia Oil & Gas Summit and Exhibition Timetable of Events Tuesday 13 March 2012

Wednesday 14 March 2012

Thursday 15 March 2012

08.00 Summit Day 1 Opens

08.00 Summit & Exhibition Day 2

08.00 Workshop A: Local Communities Collaboration

11.15 Coffee Break hosted by 12.45 Networking Lunch hosted by

10.00 Coffee Break, Official Exhibition Opening & VIP Tour

12.30 Networking Lunch hosted by

Coffee Break hosted by

12.30 Networking Lunch 19.00 Networking Evening Drinks Reception hosted by

17.15 Close of Summit 09.00 - 17.00 Technical Session 1 & 2 Running Concurrently to the Summit, run by

13.30 Workshop B: Technology Spotlight 17.30 Workshop Ends 18.30 Closing Reception

11.00 - 17.00 Technical Session 1 Running Concurrently to the Summit, run by

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Exclusive & Informal Networking Functions Network, Meet Contacts & Discuss Partnerships Meet and network with Colombian and international senior officials, key players and decision makers and make the most of the opportunities available to have one-on-one meetings!

Breakfasts, Coffee Breaks & Lunches Build contacts and network at the exclusive breakfasts, coffee breaks and lunches scheduled around the Summit agenda. Coffee Breaks Day One hosted by

Lunch Day Two hosted by

Coffee Breaks Day Two hosted by

Lunch Day Three hosted by

Exhibition Visit the exhibition and meet with senior government, state companies and leading service providers, plus see the latest products, technologies and services in the market, all under one roof.

Roundtable Discussions Move from table to table exchanging ideas and discussing hot topics with your peers whilst enjoying a drink at this informal session.

Evening Drinks Reception Enjoy an evening of Colombia’s famous hospitality whilst networking in a relaxed setting with contacts old and new. hosted by

Closing Reception Join us for farewell drinks at the close of the Summit. The evening will provide the perfect opportunity to relax over a drink whilst continuing discussions with new industry colleagues.

Maximize Your Involvement There are many opportunities to maximize your involvement and gain increased exposure at the Colombia Oil & Gas Summit and Exhibition. To discuss tailored speaking, sponsoring or networking opportunities, contact:

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Unrivalled & Distinguished Speakers Dr Javier Gutiérrez, President, Ecopetrol

Dr Orlando Cabrales, Director, ANH

Dr Mauricio Cárdenas Santa María, Minister of Mines & Energy, Ministry of Mines & Energy

Dr Julio César Vera Díaz, Director of Hydrocarbons, Ministry of Mines & Energy

Dr Juan Fernando Londoño, Vice Minister of Equal Rights & Participation, Ministry of Interior Justice

Jack Scott, COO, Petrominerales

Dr Alejandro Martinez, President, ACP

David Bantz, Country Manager – Colombia, Chevron

Enrique Velásquez Convers, VP Exploration, Ecopetrol

Alvaro Castañeda, VP Transportation, Ecopetrol

Hector Manosalva Rojas, VP Exploration, Ecopetrol

Dr Juan Ricardo Noero, President, Pacific Infrastructure

Dr Humberto Calderón Berti, President, Vetra

Ricardo A Sarmiento Botero, Technical Director of E&P, Ecopetrol

Maria Victoria Riaño, President, Equion Energia Ltd

Victor Vega, VP Subsurface, Exploration & IT&S, Equion Energia Ltd

Duncan Nightingale, President – Colombia, Gran Tierra

Abby Badwi, President & CEO, Bankers Petroleum; Chairman, P1 Energy Corporation

Antonio Vincentelli, CEO, Petronova

Hernando Barrero Chaves, President, ACIPET

Siddhartha Sur, CEO, Mansarovar Energy

Avik Dey, CEO & President, Remvest Energy Partners

John Wardle, CEO, Amerisur Exploración Colombia Ltd

Ramon Loosveld, Exploration Manager Onshore Latin America, Shell E&P

Rolf Schmitz, Director of Latin American Energy Finance, Scotia Capital

Eduardo Elejalde, President, LAEFM

Carlos Villegas, President, YPFB

Luis E. Giusti L.Senior Advisor, Center for Strategic & International Studies & Director General, Centro Latinoamericano de Energia

Liliana Gomez, Director of New Ventures, Petrobras

David Voght, Managing Director, IPD Latin America

Alejandro Fernandez, Country Manager, Tecpetrol

Mauricio Alvarado, Partner, Macleod Dixon

Stephen Newton, Managing Director, Southern Cross Energy

Leigh Cruess, Senior Vice President – Energy Marketing & International, Enbridge Inc.

Mike Martinez, Country Manager, Mustang Engineering

Santiago Pena, Senior VP Latin America, AVEVA

Chris Spaulding, Country Director & VP of Business Development, Talisman

Ana Maria Cupides, Consultant, IPD Latin America

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Strategic Summit Day One 08.00 Registration & Networking Coffee 08.50 Ministerial Address Dr Mauricio Cárdenas Santa María, Minister of Mines & Energy, Ministry of Mines & Energy

09.00 Opening Address Dr Javier Gutiérrez, President, Ecopetrol KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

09.15 Session 1 Uncovering The Very Latest Developments Within The Colombian Oil & Gas Market – The Strive For Continual Growth In Production • Outlining progress achieved over the past year in the research and exploration of new sources, in alignment with top 10 areas for development as voted for at Colombia Oil & Gas 2011 • Placing Colombia within an international context – what have the last 12 months meant for the global perception of Colombia? • Detailing key information that operators and service providers need to know to initiate and increase operations in Colombia • Providing a regulatory update for environmental licensing and exploration of unconventional hydrocarbons • Clarifying permitting processes • How is Colombia preparing for a further increase in production?

Moderator: Dr Alejandro Martinez, President, ACP Dr. Juan Fernando Londoño, Vice Minister of Equal Rights & Participation, Ministry of Interior Justice Dr Orlando Cabrales, Director, ANH

10.00 Official Exhibition Opening & VIP Tour Including Networking Coffee Break hosted by 11.00 Global Overview: Placing Colombia in Context Luis E. Giusti L. Senior, Advisor, Center for Strategic & International Studies & Director General, Centro Latinoamericano de Energia OPERATORS’ CASE STUDY PANEL

11.15 Session 2 Uncovering Latest Experiences, Success Stories & Effective Partnerships In The Formation Of Comprehensive Growth Strategies • Addressing operational challenges experienced over the past year and what knowledge has been gained as a result • Outlining recent heavy oil projects for an evaluation of best practice within the Colombian environment • Assessing application of the latest heavy oil technologies within the Colombian environment • Forming successful partnerships between contractors and operators to contribute towards enhanced cost efficiency • Analyzing operational security for optimized workforce and infrastructure protection

Moderator: David Voght, Managing Director, IPD Latin America David Bantz, Country Manager – Colombia, Chevron Humberto Calderon Berti, President, Vetra Duncan Nightingale, President – Colombia, Gran Tierra Maria Victoria Riaño, President, Equion Energia Ltd Jack Scott, COO, Petrominerales Hector Manosalva Rojas, VP Exploration, Ecopetrol

13 March 2012 14.15 Session 3 Expansion Of Infrastructure – Accelerating Development To Meet The Requirements Of Escalated Production Targets • Mapping out implementation plans for upgrades and expansion of networks to increase capacity and minimize restraints upon production • Identification of areas for transport development for increasingly efficient operations • What temporary solutions can the private sector provide? • Exploring strategic ideas such as virtual pipelines as a potential short-term alternative • Latest case studies within the development of pipeline infrastructure for maximizing capacity

Moderator: Stephen Newton, Managing Director, Southern Cross Energy Alvaro Castaneda, VP Transportation, Ecopetrol Mike Martinez, General Manager, Mustang Engineering Dr Juan Ricardo Noero, President, Pacific Infrastructure Leigh Cruess, Senior Vice President – Energy Marketing & International, Enbridge Inc.

15.15 Networking Coffee Break hosted by 15.45 Effective Development Of Human Resources Hernando Barrero Chaves, President, ACIPET PANEL DISCUSSION

16.00 Session 4 Enhancing Your Colombian Operations Through Optimized Security, Environmental Protection Measures & Increased Collaboration With Local Communities • • • •

Effectively collaborating with regional environmental authorities Overcoming environmental challenges within the hydrocarbons sector Maximizing safety of operations Reviewing recent security scenarios and exploring plans and initiatives to minimize operational risk • Achieving effective collaboration with state and public forces to make full use of the support systems available for optimized security

Moderator: Mauricio Alvarado, Partner, Macleod Dixon Abby Badwi, President & CEO, Bankers Petroleum; Chairman, P1 Energy Corporation Alejandro Fernandez, General Manager, Tecpetrol Ana Maria Cupides, Consultant, IPD Latin America ROUNDTABLE SESSION

17.00 Session 5 International & Colombian Roundtable Sessions: Success Stories Reviewed A unique opportunity to benchmark against and network with leaders of successful operations in Colombia and other countries with similar type fields and environments.

Ramon Loosveld, Exploration Manager Onshore Lat Am, Shell E&P Antonio Vincentelli, CEO, Petronova Alejandro Fernandez, General Manager, Tecpetrol Carlos Villegas, President, YPFB

18.00 Close of Summit Day One 18.30 Evening Drinks Reception hosted by

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Strategic Summit Day Two 08.00 Networking Coffee 09.00 Session 6 Exploration Of Colombia’s New Frontiers – Pinpointing Untapped Reserves & Developing Mature Fields To Realise Maximum Production Potential • Identifying which areas still remain unexplored to better understand Colombia’s future potential • Outlining current research activities and government plans for increasing exploration activity in these regions • Enhancing security for visitations of unexplored fields • Discovering the full potential of Colombia’s mature fields – determining how much more can be extracted

Moderator: Victor Vega, VP Subsurface, Exploration & IT&S, Equion Energia Ltd Dr Julio César Vera Díaz, Director of Hydrocarbons, Ministry of Mines & Energy Enrique Velásquez Convers, VP Exploration, Ecopetrol John Wardle, CEO, Amerisur Exploración Colombia Ltd Siddhartha Sur, CEO, Mansarovar Energy

10.15 Session 7 Offshore Field Development In Colombia: Detailing Initial Plans For Deepwater Exploration • Uncovering results of preliminary offshore seismic studies • Revealing plans for development of offshore fields and commencement of drilling • In-depth assessment of deepwater technology for Colombian offshore fields

Victor Vega, VP Subsurface, Exploration and IT&S, Equion Energia Ltd Liliana Gomez, Director of New Ventures, Petrobras

11.15 Networking Coffee Break hosted by 11.45 Session 8 Future Role Of Unconventionals In Colombia: Exploring Technical, Economic & Environmental Challenges To Accelerate Development • Uncovering the potential for production of unconventionals in Colombia • Defining legal and regulatory framework to better facilitate exploration activities • Assessing lessons learnt in environmental permitting for the development of shale gas • Enhancing operational efficiency for increased commercial production and decreased costs • Comparing and contrasting best available technologies for unconventional plays • Determining the level of gas demand

14 March 2012 14.15 Session 9 Ensuring Your Project Attracts The Required Level Of Financing For Continual Growth • Assessing changes to date for accessing capital • Defining what institutional investors look for when evaluating non-Canadian/ US investments • Analysing merger and acquisitions trends • Evaluating available options within local listings and local equity funds • Successfully raising private equity

Avik Dey, CEO & President, Remvest Energy Partners Eduardo Elejalde, President, LAEFM Rolf Schmitz, Director of Latin American Energy Finance, Scotia Capital

15.15 Networking Coffee Break hosted by 15.45 Session 10 The Next Step: Advancing Downstream Processes & Ensuring Future Progression Of Oil & Gas In Colombia • Outlining developments within Colombian refineries and renovation/upgrade projects • Monetizing oil and gas in Colombia to ensure increased value along the production chain • What level of investment is required to guarantee continual growth of production? • Exploring how oil and gas could best support Colombian economic growth • Identifying potential in additional markets

16.15 Concluding Remarks • Priorities for development over the next 12 months • Where does Colombia see itself in 5-10 years’ time?

17.15 Close of Colombia Oil & Gas Summit 2012

Maximize Your Involvement If you are interested in speaker or sponsorship opportunities there are many packages available. To discuss how you can maximize your exposure contact: Kyle Wetselaar +44 20 7978 0336 kwetselaar@thecwcgroup.com

Join us for the Closing Reception 15 March - 18.30

Ricardo A Sarmiento Botero, Technical Director of E&P, Ecopetrol

12.45 Networking Lunch hosted by

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Interactive Workshops

15 March 2012

Workshop A: Local Communities Collaboration

NEW FO R 2012

The perfect platform to learn how to enhance dialogue with local and indigenous communities, helping alleviate community tensions and work with regional regulators for a more comprehensive consultation outline. Led by Mauricio Alvarado, Partner, Macleod Dixon Jack Scott, COO, Petrominerales Ana María Cubides, Consultant, IPD Latin America

11.00 Part II Mauricio Alvarado, Partner, Macleod Dixon Assessing the importance of social and environmental licensing in oil & gas projects • Indigenous Communities vs. Local Community • Recognition in International, National and Soft Law of Local and Indigenous Communities rights in the extractive industry • Receiving the social licensee – Engagement and Participation • Recognition of the Common Heritage • Respect of the Environment – Environmental License as a means of obtaining the Social License • The importance of the Social License during the upcoming ANH 2012 Round “Ronda 2012” • Analysis of Case Studies

08.00 Registration & Welcome Coffee 09.00 Opening Presentation Jack Scott, COO, Petrominerales

09.30 Part I Ana María Cubides, Consultant, IPD Latin America Overcoming key social challenges in the newly prospective areas through exploration of the following:

12.30 End of Workshop A & Networking Lunch hosted by

• Social indicators and challenges • Presence of communities and filing permits • Case studies of social unrests

10.30 Networking Coffee Break

Workshop B: Technology Spotlight This workshop will provide you with the opportunity to delve into case studies from key areas of exploration to fully analyse the technology employed and results gleaned to date.

13.30 Registration 14.00 Workshop Commences Uncovering the very latest case studies and results gained through employing cutting-edge technologies within the following areas:

• Heavy oil production Case Study presented by: Abby Badwi, CEO, Bankers Petroleum

• Offshore exploration • Integrated strategy for owner operators Santiago Pena, Senior VP Latin America, AVEVA

• Enhanced Oil Recovery • Unconventionals exploration 17.30 End of Workshop 18.30 Closing Reception

Book Your Workshop Places Now! The Colombia Oil & Gas 2012 Workshops are run by CWC School for Energy. Participants will receive a declaration of attendance to a Continuing Personal/Professional Development (CPD) course as well be awarded personalised certificates on successful completion of their workshop. This is an internationally recognised accreditation Book online at www.cwccolombia.com

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Driving Colombia’s Oil & Gas Potential Why Colombia?

Perceptions on Colombia’s Attractiveness

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383% growth in seismic activity since 2004 with participation from over 30 oil companies

2.

Largest exporter of crude oil to the US in South America

3.

Largest producer of crude oil in South America

4.

The most competitive fiscal system

5.

Significant unexplored potential

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Record numbers of exploratory wells and high success rates

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New exploration cycle has seen success factor raised from 39-58% in the last 5 years

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Gas demand surging

9.

Excellent geographical location

10. Highly skilled, technical and professional workforce

Top 10 Investment Areas for 2012 and Beyond: As voted by delegates at 2011

1.

Infrastructure development

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Security enhancement

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Environmental permitting

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Effective contractor-operator partnerships

5.

Development of human resource

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Local communities cooperation

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Opening of new areas of exploration

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Latest updates on the most successful technologies

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Minimizing cost of operations

Ecopetrol’s Planned Investments, US $bn

10. Fully understanding territorial regulations

Show Your Commitment to the Region Ensure you capitalize on new opportunities within one of the fastest growing oil and gas markets in Latin America. To discuss tailored speaking, sponsoring or networking opportunities, contact Kyle Wetselaar on +44 20 7978 0336 or kwetselaar@thecwcgroup.com. For all exhibition enquiries contact Alex Moulds on +44 20 7978 0340 or amoulds@thecwcgroup.com.

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Industry Leading Exhibition After a sell-out event in 2011, the exhibition for 2012 will run over 3 days from 13-15 March and includes 2 free-to-attend technical seminars on 13-14 March, hosted by Halliburton and Shaw Energy.

13-15 March 2012 80% Sold out!

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Why Should Your Company Exhibit? ✓ Identify new investment opportunities ✓ Attract new investors into Colombia ✓ Showcase best practices ✓ Highlight new technologies and strategies ✓ Focus on trends and contracts ✓ Meet everyone you need to under one roof in just 3 days ✓ 50 complimentary visitor passes for all exhibitors

Hall 1 (Gran Salón Barahona)

FREE Online Visitor Registration Online visitor registration for the Colombia Oil & Gas Exhibition 2012 is FREE for all trade professionals. Pre-register online at www.cwccolombia.com and don’t miss out on the chance to network, meet contacts, and see all the latest technologies, product, services and exciting innovations in the market place.

Pre-register online at www.cwccolombia.com

Plus! gain entry to the technical seminars running on 13 & 14 March by Halliburton and Shaw Energy.

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Where Technology Buyers & Sellers Meet Key: ■ Reserved ■ Available

Don’t Miss the NEW Technical Seminars The technical seminars provide a unique platform for showcasing the leading upstream, downstream and petrochemical technologies designed to allow Colombia to monetise its reserves.

Stream 1 – Production

13 & 14 March 2012

Supported and moderated by Leonardo Pardo Werpajosky, Technology Manager

Stream 2 – Processing 14 March 2012

Supported and moderated by Cor F. van Egmond, Olefins Technology Manager

See overleaf for full details Hall 1a (Mezzanine)

“What I liked most was the ability to interact with personnel from different companies, to share knowledge on common areas of acting and making contacts for future work” 2011 Exhibitor

Maximize Your Impact Contact Alex Moulds on +44 20 7978 0340 or amoulds@thecwcgroup.com to discuss opportunities!

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Technical Seminars

13 & 14 March 2012

The technical seminars run concurrently to the Summit on the 13 and 14 of March and are complimentary to all event attendees. The seminars provide a unique platform for showcasing the leading upstream, downstream and petrochemical technologies designed to allow Colombia to monetise its reserves.

Stream 1 – PRODUCTION

Stream 2 – PROCESSING

hosted by

hosted by

NEW FO R 2012

13 & 14 March 2012

14 March 2012

Supported and moderated by Leonardo Pardo Werpajosky, Technology Manager, Halliburton

Supported & moderated by Cor F. van Egmond, Olefins Technology Manager, Shaw Energy & Chemicals

Topics include:

Topics include:

OFFSHORE • • • • • • • •

BUTADIENE EXTRACTION PRESENTATION

Seismic Exploration Technologies Deepwater Exploration Technologies Reservoir Characterisation & Engineering Offshore Operations Logistics Environmental Protection Technologies ROV Systems & Technologies Subsea Tieback Technology Pipeline Infrastructure Systems

Presenter: Dirk Burghardt, Lurgi

C4 & PYGAS HYDROGENERATION

Presenter: Pascal Coenen, Shell Global Solutions International BV

BENZENE EXTRACTION TECHNOLOGY

Presenter: Thomas Diehl, ThyssenKrupp Uhde GmbH (subject to final confirmation)

UNCONVENTIONALS • • • • • • • •

STEAM CRACKING & IMPORTANCE OF ETHYLENE

Reservoir Characterisation & Engineering Environmental Protection Technologies Horizontal Drilling Oil Upgraders High pressure extraction of heavy oil Pipeline Infrastructure Systems Fracturing & Simulation Technologies Enhanced Oil Recovering Techniques

Presenter: Cor van Egmond, Shaw Energy & Chemicals

FLUIDIZED CATALYTIC CRACKING: THE IMPORTANCE OF UPGRADING HEAVY HYDROCARBONS TO PETROCHEMICALS Presenter: Alexandre Figueiredo, Albermarle

PROPANE DEHYDROGENATION (STAR)

Presenter: Maarten van Deinse, ThyssenKrupp Uhde GmbH

Who Should Attend? • Asset Managers

• Operations Engineers

• Drilling & Completion Engineers & Managers

• Product Managers

• Engineering, Exploration & Production Managers • Field Assistants

• Reservoir Engineers • Rig Engineers & Assistants • Technical Managers • Well Engineers & Assistants

• Geologists • Geophysicists

• Licensing Managers

For Further Information To find out more about the technical seminars contact Melissa Rambridge on +44 20 7978 0752 or mrambridge@thecwcgroup.com

Call for Papers! If you are interested in presenting a paper at the technical seminars please email an extract to the steering committee at colombia@thecwcgroup.com by 27 January 2012.

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Register Your Interest Registering for the Colombia Oil & Gas Summit and Exhibition is quick and easy! For more information on Sponsorship or Delegate bookings:

For more information on Exhibiting or to book a stand:

Telephone

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Maximize Your Involvement Align your company strategy with the most influential individuals and organizations. Take advantage of profiling your company’s specialist knowledge and capabilities alongside the very best of the Colombian oil and gas industry. There are numerous packages on offer to increase exposure for your brand. To discuss speaking, sponsorship or networking opportunities bespoke to your organization contact: Kyle Wetselaar | +44 20 7978 0336 | kwetselaar@thecwcgroup.com

Combine Your Business Trip with a Visit to Beautiful Cartagena Colombia Oil & Gas Summit and Exhibition 2012 will be held for the second year at El Centro de Convenciones y Exposiciones Cartagena de Indias Julio Cesar Turbay Ayala.

El Centro de Convenciones y Exposiciones

Because Cartagena is a city on the Colombian Atlantic Coast, it is both similar to and different from other Caribbean tourist destinations: it is in South America, yet it’s not an Andean city. It is colourful, warm and exotic, with wonderful people and imposing Spanish colonial architecture, dazzling visitors with its fortresses, castles and picturesque cafés in the walled city’s small plazas. Not in vain UNESCO declared Cartagena a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1984. To find out more about how you can extend your stay in the beautiful city of Cartagena, visit our website www.cwccolombia.com

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Talleres interactivos

15 de Marzo de 2012

Taller A: Colaboración con las comunidades locales

Nuevo para el 2012

La plataforma perfecta para aprender sobre cómo promover el diálogo con las comunidades indígenas y locales, ayudar a aliviar las tensiones con las comunidades y trabajar con los entes reguladores regionales para obtener un resumen integral de consulta. Liderado por Mauricio Alvarado, Socio, Macleod Dixon Jack Scott, Director de Operaciones, Petrominerales Ana María Cubides, Asesora, IPD Latin America

11.00 Parte II Mauricio Alvarado, Socio, Macleod Dixon Evaluar la importancia de las licencias sociales y ambientales en proyectos de petróleo y gas • Las comunidades indígenas frente a la comunidad local • Reconocimiento en el Internacional, Nacional y la Ley de los derechos de Soft comunidades locales e indígenas en la industria extractiva • Recepción de la licencia social - Compromiso y Participación • El reconocimiento del patrimonio común • Respeto del medio ambiente - Licencia Ambiental como un medio para la obtención de la Licencia Social • La importancia de la Licencia Social durante la próxima Ronda de ANH 2012 “2012 Ronda” • Análisis de los Estudios de Caso

08.00 Inscripción y recepción con café 09.00 PRESENTACIÓN DE APERTURA Jack Scott, Director de Operaciones, Petrominerales

09.30 Parte I Ana María Cubides, Asesora, IPD Latin America Superar desafíos sociales clave en las potenciales áreas nuevas a través de la exploración de los siguientes elementos:

12.30 Finalización del Taller A y almuerzo para establecer contactos auspiciado por

• Indicadores sociales y desafíos • Presencia de las comunidades y presentación de permisos • Estudios de casos sobre tensiones sociales

10.30 Receso para establecer de contactos

Taller B: Enfoque en la tecnología Este taller le brindará la oportunidad de consultar estudios de casos de áreas de exploración clave para analizar en detalle la tecnología utilizada y los resultados obtenidos a la fecha.

13.30 Inscripción 14.00 Inicio del taller Descubrir los estudios de casos y resultados más novedosos que se obtuvieron mediante el empleo de tecnologías de última generación dentro de las siguientes áreas:

• Producción de petróleo pesado Estudio de casos presentado por: Abby Badwi, Director Ejecutivo, Bankers Petroleum

• Exploración marina • Estrategia integrada para operadores/propietarios Santiago Pena, Vicepresidente Sénior en Latinoamérica, AVEVA

• Recuperación de petróleo mejorada • Exploraciones no convencionales 17.30 Finalización del Taller B 18.30 Closing Recepción

Reserve su taller lugares ahora! El Colombia Oil & Gas 2012 Los talleres están a cargo de la CWC School for Energy. Los participantes recibirán una declaración de la asistencia a un continuo desarrollo personal / profesional (CPD) Por supuesto también se otorgarán certificados personalizados en finalización con éxito de su taller. Se trata de un internacionalmente reconocidos de acreditación. Book online at www.cwccolombia.com 4

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Funciones exclusivas e informales para establecer contactos Establecer y reunirse con contactos, y debatir asociaciones Reunirse y establecer contactos con funcionarios sénior internacionales, actores principales y con las personas encargadas de tomar decisiones, a fin de aprovechar al máximo las oportunidades disponibles en las reuniones privadas.

Desayunos, recesos y almuerzos Desarrollar contactos y establecer contactos en exclusivos desayunos, recesos y almuerzos establecidos según el programa de la Reunión. Los recesos del 1.er día son auspiciados por

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Exhibición Visite la exhibición y reúnase con altos funcionarios del Gobierno, compañías estatales y proveedores de servicio líderes, y además vea los últimos productos, tecnologías y servicios en el mercado dentro del mismo recinto.

Mesas redondas Recorra las mesas para intercambiar ideas y debatir temas cruciales con colegas mientras disfruta de una bebida en esta sesión informal.

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Recepción con bebidas por la tarde Disfrute de una tarde con la famosa hospitalidad colombiana mientras establece contactos en un entorno informal con contactos previos y nuevos.

Closing Recepción Únase a nosotros para tomar una copa de despedida en el cierre de la cumbre. La noche será la ocasión perfecta para relajarse con una bebida y proseguir las conversaciones con nuevos colegas.

Maximice su participación Existen muchas oportunidades para maximizar su participación y aumentar su exposición en la Reunión y Exhibición de Gas y de Petróleo de Colombia. Para debatir sobre las oportunidades de charla, patrocinio o establecimiento de contactos, comuníquese con:

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Cumbre Estratégica Día 1 08.00 Inscripción y café de bienvenida 08.50 Palabras de Apertura del Ministro Dr Mauricio Cárdenas Santa María, Ministro de Minas y Energía, Ministerio de Minas y Energía

09.00 Discurso de Apertura Dr Javier Gutiérrez, Presidente de Ecopetrol

DISCURSOS PRINCIPALES

09.15 Sesión 1 Descubriendo los últimos avances dentro del mercado del Petróleo y el Gas Colombiano – La lucha por un crecimiento continuo en la producción. • Definir el progreso logrado en el curso del último año en la investigación y exploración de nuevas fuentes, en línea con las 10 principales áreas de desarrollo, de acuerdo a lo votado en el Colombia Petróleo & Gas 2011. • Ubicar a Colombia dentro del contexto internacional - ¿qué significaron los últimos 12 meses para la percepción global de Colombia? • Detallar la información clave que los operadores y prestadores de servicios necesitan conocer para iniciar y aumentar las operaciones en Colombia • Proveer una actualización regulatoria de licencias ambientales y exploración de hidrocarburos no convencionales. • Detallar procesos de obtención de permisos • ¿Cómo se prepara Colombia para un futuro aumento en la producción?

Moderador: Dr Alejandro Martinez, Presidente, ACP Dr. Juan Fernando Londoño, Viceministro de Participación e Igualdad de Derechos, Ministerio del Interior Dr Orlando Cabrales, Director, ANH

10.00 Exhibición Oficial de Apertura y Tour VIP, incluyendo Receso para Café y espacio para establecer contactos, auspiciado por 11.00 Panorama Global: Poniendo en contexto a Colombia Luis E. Giusti L. Senior, Asesor, Centro de Estudios Internacionales y Estratégicos, Washington DC & Director General, Centro Latinoamericano de Energía PANEL DE CASOS DE ESTUDIO DE OPERADORES

11.15 Sesión 2 Revelar experiencias recientes, historias exitosas y alianzas eficientes en la formación de estrategias integrales de crecimiento

• Plantear desafíos estratégicos vividos durante el último año y el conocimiento obtenido a partir del mismo. • Delinear proyectos recientes de petróleo pesado para evaluar las mejores prácticas en el contexto colombiano. • Establecer la aplicación de las últimas tecnologías de petróleo pesado dentro del contexto colombiano. • Establecer alianzas exitosas entre contratistas y operadores para contribuir a mejorar la relación costo-eficiencia. • Analizar la seguridad operacional para una mano de obra optimizada y protección de la infraestructura.

Moderator: David Voght, Director Ejecutivo, IPD Latinoamérica David Bantz, Gerente de País - Colombia, Chevron Humberto Calderon Berti, Presidente, Vetra Duncan Nightingale, President – Colombia, Gran Tierra Maria Victoria Riaño, Presidente, Equion Energia Ltd Jack Scott, COO, Petrominerales Hector Manosalva Rojas, Exploración VP, Ecopetrol

12.45 Almuerzo para establecer contactos 2

13 de Marzo de 2012 14.15 Sesión 3 Expansión de Infraestructura – Acelerando el desarrollo para cumplir con los requerimientos de los objetivos de producción de escala • Realizar un mapeo de planes de implementación para actualizar y expandir redes e incrementar la capacidad minimizando las restricciones en la producción. • Identificación de áreas para el desarrollo de transporte con el fin de lograr operaciones cada vez más eficientes • ¿Qué soluciones temporarias puede proveer el sector privado? • Explorar ideas estratégicas tales como oleoductos virtuales, como alternativa posible a corto plazo • Casos de estudio recientes dentro del desarrollo de infraestructura de oleoductos para maximizar la capacidad

Moderator: Stephen Newton, Director Ejecutivo, Southern Cross Energy Álvaro Castaneda, VP Transporte, Ecopetrol Mike Martinez, Gerente General, Mustang Engineering Dr Juan Ricardo Noero, Presidente, Pacific Infrastructure Leigh Cruess, SVice Presidente Sénior – Energía y Marketing Internacional, Enbridge Inc.

15.15 Receso para café y espacio para establecer contactos, auspiciado por 15.45 Desarrollo Eficiente de Recursos Humanos Hernando Barrero Chaves, Presidente, ACIPET PANEL DE DEBATE

16.00 Sesión 4 Mejorar Las Operaciones en Colombia a través de Seguridad Optimizada, Medidas de protección Ambiental y Mayor Colaboración con Comunidades Locales • • • •

Colaborar de manera efectiva con autoridades ambientales regionales Superar los desafíos medioambientales dentro del sector de hidrocarburos Maximizar la seguridad de las operaciones Analizar situaciones recientes de seguridad y explorar planes e iniciativas para minimizar los riesgos operacionales. • Lograr una colaboración eficiente con autoridades privadas y públicas para utilizar al máximo los sistemas de apoyo disponibles y optimizar la seguridad

Moderator: Mauricio Alvarado, Socio, Macleod Dixon Abby Badwi, Presidente & CEO, Bankers Petroleum; Presidente, P1 Energy Corporation Alejandro Fernandez, Gerente General, Tecpetrol Ana Maria Cupides, Consultora, IPD Latinoamérica MESA REDONDA

17.00 Sesión 5 Mesas Redondas Colombianas e Internacionales: Análisis de Historias Exitosas Una oportunidad única para realizar un estudio comparativo y establecer contactos con líderes de operaciones exitosas en Colombia y otros países con yacimientos y ambientes similares.

Ramón Loosveld, Gerente de Exploración Onshore Latinoamérica, Shell E&P Antonio Vincentelli, CEO, Petronova Alejandro Fernandez, Gerente General, Tecpetrol Carlos Villegas, Presidente, YPFB

18.00 Cierre del Día 1 de la Cumbre 18.30 Recepción con bebidas auspiciado por

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Cumbre Estratégica Día 2 08.00 Café y espacio para establecer contactos 09.00 Sesión 6 Exploración de las Nuevas Fronteras de Colombia – Especificar las reservas sin explotar y desarrollar yacimientos maduros para lograr el máximo potencial de producción • Identificar las áreas que aún permanecen sin explorar para comprender mejor el potencial futuro de Colombia • Delinear las actividades actuales de investigación y planes gubernamentales para aumentar la actividad exploratoria en éstas regiones. • Mejorar la seguridad durante las visitas a yacimientos no explorados. • Descubrir el potencial máximo de los yacimientos maduros en Colombia .determinando cuánto más puede ser extraído.

Moderator: Victor Vega, VP Subsuperficie, Exploración y IT&S, Equion Energia Ltd Dr Julio César Vera Díaz, Director de Hidrocarburos, Ministerio de Minería y Energía Enrique Velásquez Convers, VP Exploración, Ecopetrol John Wardle, CEO, Amerisur Exploración Colombia Ltd Siddhartha Sur, CEO, Mansarovar Energy

10.15 Sesión 7 Desarrollo de Yacimientos Offshore en Colombia: Detalle de Planes Iniciales para Exploración en Aguas Profundas • Revelar los resultados de estudios sísmicos preliminares offshore. • Revelar planes de desarrollo de yacimientos offshore y comienzo de operaciones de perforación. • Evaluación detallada de tecnología de aguas profundas en yacimientos colombianos offshore

Victor Vega, VP Subsuperficie, Exploración y IT&S, Equion Energia Ltd Liliana Gómez, Directora de Nuevos Emprendimientos, Petrobrás

14 de Marzo de 2012 14.15 Sesión 9 Garantizar que su proyecto atraiga el nivel necesario de financiación para lograr un crecimiento continuo • Evaluar cambios a la fecha para acceder al capital • Definir qué buscan los inversores institucionales al momento de evaluar inversiones no canadienses ni de los Estados Unidos. • Analizar las tendencias en fusiones empresariales y adquisiciones • Evaluar las opciones disponibles con listados locales y fondos locales propios. • Obtener fondos propios privados de manera exitosa

Avik Dey, CEO & Presidente, Remvest Energy Partners Eduardo Elejalde, Presidente, LAEFM Rolf Schmitz, Director de Finanzas para Energía de Latinoamérica, Scotia Capital

15.15 Receso para café y espacio para establecer contactos, auspiciado por 15.45 Sesión 10 El siguiente paso: Avanzar en los procesos downstream y asegurar un progreso futuro del Petróleo & Gas en Colombia • Definir desarrollos dentro de las refinerías colombianas y renovar/actualizar los proyectos • Monetizar el petróleo y el gas en Colombia para asegurar un valor aumentado a lo largo de la cadena de producción • ¿Qué nivel de inversión se requiere para garantizar el crecimiento continuo de la producción? • Explorar cómo el petróleo y el gas pueden respaldar el crecimiento económico de Colombia • Identificar el potencial en otros mercados

16.15 Comentarios Finales • Prioridades para el desarrollo en los próximos 12 meses • ¿Dónde se ve Colombia de aquí a 5-10 años?

17.15 Cierre de la Cumbre

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11.15 Receso para café y espacio para establecer contactos, auspiciado por 11.45 Sesión 8 Rol Futuro del petróleo no convencional en Colombia: Analizar desafíos técnicos, económicos y medioambientales para acelerar el desarrollo • Revelar el potencial de producción de petróleo no convencional en Colombia • Definir el marco legal y regulatorio para facilitar las actividades de exploración • Evaluar lo aprendido a partir de los permisos medioambientales para el desarrollo de gas de esquisto • Mejorar la eficiencia de las operaciones para aumentar la producción comercial y reducir los costos • Comparar y contrastar las mejores tecnologías disponibles en contextos no convencionales. • Determinar el nivel de demanda de gas

Existen muchas oportunidades para maximizar su participación y aumentar su exposición en la Reunión y Exhibición de Gas y de Petróleo deColombia. Para debatir sobre las oportunidades de charla, patrocinio o establecimiento de contactos, comuníquese con: Kyle Wetselaar | +44 20 7978 0336 | kwetselaar@thecwcgroup.com

Únase a nosotros para la Closing Recepción 15 de Marzo - 18.30

Ricardo A Sarmiento Botero, Director técnico E&P, Ecopetrol

12.45 Almuerzo para establecer contactos

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