The Oxford Princeton Programme Presents Energy Terrorism Conference to Arrive in London (June 2010)

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The Oxford Princeton Programme, the world’s leading provider of education and training solutions to the energy and derivatives markets, is pleased to announce the debut of its newest event: Energy Terrorism Conference: Countering Threats to Physical Assets and Human Capital 29-30 June 2010, CBI Conference Centre – London, UK

The Oxford Princeton Programme, the world’s leading provider of education and training solutions to the energy and derivatives markets, is pleased to announce the debut of its newest event:

Energy Terrorism Conference: Countering Threats to Physical Assets and Human Capital

29-30 June 2010, CBI Conference Centre – London, UK

Join the world's leading experts and professionals on the forefront of fighting today's threats to secure onshore and offshore exploration, production, transportation and storage of oil, gas and other commodities as well as the staffs responsible for them. Over twenty plenary speakers from essential advisory, risk management, insurance, protection, kidnap negotiation and anti-piracy services will engage in a discussion forum on the issues and risks as well as strategies and tactics using in-depth case studies taken directly from news headlines and first-hand encounters. This conference is highly-interactive and includes Q&A sessions, networking coffee breaks/luncheon and an exhibition.

“The increase in energy terrorism news highlights the need for experts with first-hand knowledge and those with security interests in the sector to confront the situation together in a practical manner which is the intent of this conference,” says Clara Lippert Glen, President and CEO, The Oxford Princeton Programme. “Holding this event in Central London ensures wide attendance by and access to those directly engaged in limiting exposure and risk.”

Key highlights include:

  •     Negotiations that led to the safe release of oil workers in Nigeria and other locations as well as that of multinational tanker crews in the Gulf of Aden, the Horn of Africa and other piracy hotspots.
  •     Skills and tactics employed in protecting pipelines, refineries, storage tanks, power stations, compounds, offices, embassies, hotels and other key infrastructure, as well as harbours and ships not to mention staffs including expatriates, their families, business travelers, national work forces, and ship crews.
  •     Presentations by former members of the British Army - all with considerable knowledge and experience operating in hostile territories - who now advise corporations on essential ways to protect assets and staffs.
  •     Risk assessment experts and insurance and legal specialists to provide clarity on other key issues that face companies and staff operating in such high-risk environments.

Delegates expected to attend:

  •     Oil and gas operations who have producing assets in high-risk producing countries
  •     Ship owners and managers who need to protect both ships and crews from the alarming increase in piracy
  •     Contractors, oil service companies and logistics companies who build infrastructure and provide essential services
  •     Banks and financial services that provide funding in countries where there is a high risk of terrorism
  •     Government agencies and security services whose responsibilities include advising companies and nationals on the threats in high risk territories
  •     Members of the diplomatic services, embassy staffs, and NGOs who are all inherently at risk
  •     Departments of Energy (Ministries) from both energy producing and consuming nations as well as analysts responsible for assessing security of supply positions
  •     Private Security Companies (PSCs) who are diversifying their portfolio of services away from armed response
  •     Research companies that provide data and analysis on high-risk locales
  •     Risk advisory companies and consultancies who advise energy sector clients
  •     Insurance underwriters, brokers and lawyers who specialize in high-risk threats as well as the energy sector

For a complete conference agenda and registration details, visit http://energyterrorism.com/.

Attendance fee is £1,100 (+VAT) per delegate. Early bird rate of £950 (+VAT) runs through 31 March 2010.

Group registration discounts for contingents of five or more are available. Please contact Ms. Lesley Rigg, lrigg(at)oxfordprinceton(dot)com or +44 1865 254524.

Companies will have the opportunity to present their products and services to an audience of industry decision makers through speaking engagements, lunch/coffee breaks and exhibitions. For further information please contact: Ms. Lynn Neil, Tel +44 (0) 208 1235040 Mobile: +44 (0) 7802 766237 or email: lynnneil(at)hotmail(dot)com.

ABOUT THE OXFORD PRINCETON PROGRAMME, INC.

The Oxford Princeton Programme, Inc., (http://www.oxfordprinceton.com) with regional offices in Princeton, NJ, Oxford, UK and Singapore, is the world’s leading provider of training solutions to the energy, commodity and derivatives industries. In addition to PrincetonLive.com, which offers more than 25 energy and commodity web-based training modules, The Oxford Princeton Programme provides more than 70 instructor-led training courses. Designed for all levels of expertise, courses include views of oil, power, natural gas and a variety of other energy, commodity and derivatives topics.

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