8 May 2019 - 10 May 2019
Opatija, Croatia The largest international gas conference & expo in SE Europe, organized by Croatian Gas Center and Croatian Gas Association will gather 600 gas and energy experts from 230 gas companies and institutions and 45 exhibitors from 20 countries. Conference will cover a number of current issues that stretch along the entire natural gas chain.
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13 May 2019
London, UK Coventry University, alongside the 36 Group chambers and with key figures in attendance from the department of Energy Law at the University of Aberdeen, this conference focusses on Guyana and it's substantial oil discovery. How can it mitigate the economic dangers and risks associated with such a find? How can the nation maintain institutional stability where so many others have struggled? Furthermore, in a time where the impact of the fossil fuel industry on the environment and climate is becoming more apparent, how can the nation balance its obligations to the global environment but maintain a commitment to use their wealth development and growth The three streams within the conference will focus upon 3 areas; Economic and Institutional development, Environmental Protection and Issues of local content. Call for Papers Deadline: February 1st 2019. More info on the website.
17 May 2019
Moscow, Russia "Offshore Upstream Development in Russia and CIS 2019" has a reputation of one of the leading events in the Russian oil and gas industry. The caliber of the attendees and the sponsors, coupled with excellent networking opportunities and a high-level program have earned "Offshore Upstream Development in Russia and CIS 2019" the status it deserves. KEY TOPICS: * State policy; * Trends and outlooks; * Offshore deposits exploration and development; * work projects and plans; * Offshore projects; * Financing and marketing; * Infrastructure provision; * Innovative technologies and equipment.
21 May 2019 - 23 May 2019
Houston, Texas, USA Join AIPN for its fourth installment of its annual International Petroleum Summit (IPS). TOPICS: * Poverty, Carbon and the Role of Natural Gas; * Operating in Mexico; * Weathering the Storm: Understanding and Solving Carbon and Climate Issues Related to Oil and Gas; * Venezuela - What is the end game?; * Brazil's Reforms and Opportunities; * Geopolitics & Short-Term Oil & Gas Prices; * The Evolution of Talos Energy and Key Strategies for Future Success; * Entering the Age of Natural Gas; * Exploration Strategy in the Shale Era; * The Gulf of Mexico: Competing for Investment in an Expanding Global E&P Market; * Disruptive Technologies and Practices in the Oil & Gas Sector.
In Memoriam Anita Rønne - The North Sea and Beyond - The Challenge of Decommissioning of Oil and Gas Installations (incl. call for papers)24 May 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark Call for papers deadline: 12 April 2019. About the conference: For more than 150 years, oil has fuelled economies across the globe. With a fast-paced technological development, a population boom and a hunger for resources, which have increased consumption of fossil fuels, it is no wonder that more and more oil and gas fields are in their maturity phase and are rapidly approaching or have already entered the depletion phase. Countries with offshore oil and gas industries are currently facing, or are going to face, decommissioning activities in their economic areas. Just in the North Sea there are more than 600 installations and more than 25000 km of underwater pipelines. With more and more fields approaching depletion, recent reports estimate decommissioning costs to go beyond 100 billion dollars. However, despite the staggering amounts involved, decommissioning raises also challenges with respect to contractual obligations, environmental liability, security agreements, etc ...
3rd Annual Dundee Energy Forum - CEPMLP - What is the Future of International Energy Cooperation in the light of New Concepts of Sovereignty?10 June 2019 - 11 June 2019
Dundee, Scotland The Third Dundee Energy Forum, 10th and 11th June 2019, will address key questions arising from this antinomy. * What are the incentives to cooperate in this dynamic setting and what can international organisations do to govern, encourage or shape this cooperation?; * How can it be financed/funded?; * What are the consequences of energy transitions for international development and transnational energy markets? And how can this intention be translated into well-coordinated effective policies on the full range of low-carbon technologies under the universal climate action. The Forum seeks to achieve three objectives: moving from intentions and ideas into the practice of a cooperative transition; a discourse of the institutional side of the energy transition, among and between international organisations, governments, and the corporate sector; and stimulating innovative thinking on governance and pathways of a global energy transition.
West Africa Summit 2019 (USWA19) - Promoting Cross Border Collaboration for Future Upstream Success in West Africa18 June 2019 - 20 June 2019
Dakar, Senegal The West Africa Summit 2019 #USWA19 is the only Oil & Gas event in West Africa that brings all of the industry leaders together from the region annually. For 3 days the selected delegates gather together to knowledge share & discuss best practices through thought leadership, take 1-2-1 meetings and network. Now in its 5th year, the Upstream West Africa Summit has gone from strength to strength and promises to be the best yet. OGEL/OGELFORUM members: quote code VMG19 to receive a 15% discount during the registration process.
4 September 2019 - 6 September 2019
Jakarta, Indonesia The 43rd IPA Convention and Exhibition 2019, which is organized by the Indonesian Petroleum Association, will take place from 4-6 September 2019 at the Jakarta Convention Center, Indonesia. Dedicated to the Oil & Gas industry, IPA Convex 2019 will highlight the ongoing program of exploration activities in Indonesia, policies and regulations related to the industry including relevant operational or support activities, as well as showcasing new and innovative technologies. With the support of the Government of Indonesia, policy makers, investors and the public, the 43rd IPA Convention and Exhibition 2019 will continue to encourage the active participation of industry players and professionals and also provide the networking opportunity and learning experience within the oil and gas industry. For further information, please visit our website, or contact us via email.
9 September 2019 - 13 September 2019
Johannesburg, South Africa The 2nd annual international conference promising 5 days of premium networking opportunities, multiple case studies from a wide array of perspectives, expert opinions and unrivalled insights into the African electric power & energy market prospects. With diverse pool of internationally renowned participants, you are guaranteed valuable insights on extensive range of topics that concern the African electric power & energy industry today - financing, investment & guarantees, supply & demand, electricity markets, governance, political risk, workforce development, tariffs, privatisation, renewable energy, accessibility, technological advancements, mini grids, energy storage, off-grid solutions and more.
9 October 2019 - 11 October 2019
Athens, Hellas/Greece PROMITHEASnet - the Energy and Climate Change network, as the organizer, invites you to this three-days event, under the auspices of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization and the United Nations Academic Impact initiative. This event addresses to policy and decision makers on issues of green energy investments, market stakeholders, scientists, academics, project leaders and consortia. The first day is the "4th Green Energy Investments Forum", the second day is devoted to "Scientific papers" and the 3rd is the "Brokerage event". Each day is dedicated on different perspective of the energy and climate change policies, allowing in this way more focused presentations and discussions in the political, scientific and business views of the subject.
21 October 2019 - 1 November 2019
Washington, D.C., USA Countries face many challenges related to sustainable development of their energy sectors. Governments must adapt policies and legal framework to efficiently develop their natural resources (both conventional and renewable resources); diversify and optimize the energy source mix, address climate change impact and meet INDC requirements, attract capital and expertise to develop the entire energy sector value chain; capture economic rents to pass through energy sector benefits to local communities; ensure optimum local content development; improve linkages to power sector; foster transparency, corporate social responsibility and environmental stewardship - all of which is critical for securing the affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy supply and for growing the local economies. This seminar examines issues using policy, legal, and commercial lenses to provide a strategic level understanding of the sustainable value chain. Course Advisors: Guly Sabahi; Robert Lesnick
11 November 2019 - 15 November 2019
Singapore The 5th annual international conference designed for the electric power and energy industry. You will meet industry peers from national power companies, government regulators, policy makers, renewable & IPPs, investors and suppliers from around the globe and gives you the chance to learn the success strategies and pitfalls of notable power projects. 20+ sessions covering policy & regulations, global market outlook, fuel & electricity market, solar technology, energy storage, grid technologies, digitalisation, investment & financing, solar & wind tariffs and many more.
Note: a list of prior events can be found here.