Global Oil&Gas: Black Sea & Mediterranean Exhibition and Conference 2015

Global Oil&Gas: Black Sea & Mediterranean Exhibition and Conference 2015

728x90Developing and maximising upstream prospects in Black Sea and Mediterranean oil and gas projects – Overcoming technical challenges for success

The Global Oil&Gas: Black Sea & Mediterranean Exhibition and Conference is officially supported by the Greek Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change, and will focus on the latest hydrocarbons activity and developments in the Black Sea, East Med, Ionian and Aegean Seas. 5 Ministries of Energy, 6 national oil and gas companies and 28 international speakers have already confirmed their participation. 

View the official Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change support letter

Major discoveries of natural gas in the Eastern Med have the potential to significantly alter supply and demand dynamics scenarios in the region, whilst renewed upstream interest in the development of exciting new resources offshore in the Black Sea could also radically shift the energy outlook in South Eastern Europe and beyond. Regionally, energy demands could not only be met but major exports also achieved – if developments north and south of the Bosphorus prove commercially successful. 

With new tendering opportunities available, and regional governments keen to attract new investments and hydrocarbons infrastructure, these are exciting times for those seeking to develop and monetise resources in these two pivotal, emerging energy regions. 

The 2015 programme focuses on essential issues impacting developments and investments, including:

  • Understanding the commercial and strategic landscape in these two emerging regions
  • Dedicated NOC and Government speakers with senior representation from: Greece, Turkey, Albania, Cyprus, Georgia, Crimea, Lebanon, Egypt, Libya
  • Future prospects and upcoming licensing rounds revealed 
  • The fundamental obstacles to overcome when developing deep and ultra-deepwater assets 
  • Technological challenges facing operators and upstream contractors 
  • Monetising and delivering hydrocarbons successfully to market: Infrastructure, pipelines, LNG, CNG
  • Unique and insightful examination of the upstream prospects within the south-eastern European energy corridor 
  • All-encompassing coverage of the entire value chain: With operators, project developers, oilfield services, governments, advisers and more all speaking

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