Latin America's Premier International Oil & Gas Business and Deal-Making Exploration Event

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19th Latin Upstream - 15 -17 May 2013 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: The Latin Upstream is a key annual event for the Latin American Continent. The focus is on Latin America’s oil, gas and energy landscapes & strategies, evaluating in-depth a range of near to long-term exploration, development, investment and strategy perspectives now in play, their potential upstream impacts and how private and state oil/gas companies and Governments will reshape Latin America in the world upstream game. Discount 15% off until the 30 Mar 2013

This is a key annual event for the Latin American Continent. The focus is on Latin America’s oil, gas and energy landscapes & strategies, evaluating in-depth a range of near to long-term exploration, development, investment and strategy perspectives now in play, their potential upstream impacts and how private and state oil/gas companies and governments will reshape Latin America in the world upstream game.

With major oil and gas opportunities in countries with independent licensing agencies such as Brazil, Colombia and Peru, plus new frontiers with discovery and further oil potential along the Transform Margins of French Guyane and Suriname, large and expanding pre-salt reserves in Atlantic basins, and exploration ventures and company investors growing across Latin America, our 19th Latin Upstream 2013 in Rio de Janeiro (the longest running oil/gas meeting in South America) will again be a landmark event, along with an in-depth Strategy Briefing on the Continent taking place prior to the main Conference.

With some of the world’s fastest-growing oil and gas reserves found in Latin America – plus huge unconventional resources in oil and gas – the continent will see major capital investment projects across the region, despite resource nationalism initiatives in Argentina and Venezuela, to accommodate acreage openings, new oil/gas and LNG projects, plus huge gas developments in gas-prone onshore and offshore basins, as well as rising corporate deal-flow, so ensuring that this high-level and annual meeting will once again highlight significant opportunities for companies, state oil players, governments and investors, financiers and traders across the Latin value chain.

The 9th Latin Petroleum: Strategy Briefing 2013 provides an in-depth examination of the upstream oil and gas-LNG strategies in exploration and development in Latin America, and the strategies of corporates, governments and state oil players on the continent.

Presentations are made by Dr Duncan Clarke (Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners) in an intensive and interactive forum. Delegates are provided with online access for presentations (around 950 images), giving a seasoned diagnosis based on 25 years upstream advisory experience on six continents, with a post-event cocktail reception with invited industry guests.

This intensive and interactive 1-day Strategy Briefing provides unique upstream perspectives on the 21st Century Latin American oil and gas exploration and development future. It evaluates in-depth a range of critical near-to-long term perspectives now in play, and destined to reshape Latin America in the world, along with Latin corporate players and state-national oil company hydrocarbon strategies.

The Strategy Briefing provides new insights, ideas and data for senior executives in companies, governments and national oil companies with management responsibilities in shaping decisions for investments and planning the petroleum and gas-LNG future. Presentations provided online to all Delegates canvas the leading competitors, governments and state oil companies across the Southern Cone, Andean States, Central America and Caribbean.

There are several key reasons to advise delegates to attend our Strategy Briefing, as follows:

Strategy Briefings are highly intensive, with unique Presentations made on corporate and government strategy by Dr Duncan Clarke (Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners) providing 8 hrs of insights and commentary - Duncan Clarke is widely published inside the world oil and gas industry and is the author of well-known books: The Battle For Barrels (Profile Books, London, 2007) and Empires Of Oil (Profile Books, London Sept 2007), and Crude Continent: The Struggle for Africa's Oil Prize, Profile Books, London, Sept 2008).

You will meet Peers and Delegates prior to the Conference in an intimate setting, with lunch, networking and cocktails - so enabling better access to participants during the Conference itself.

Our Strategy Briefings are one-of-a-kind, and the only type of such regular and annual Strategy Briefings done worldwide. Over 2,500 clients have attended briefings by Duncan Clarke over the last two decades, a unique track record in the industry, and as these are done in and on Africa, Asia, Latin America, MidEast, National Oil Companies and the World Oil Future, this brings unique global perspective to each Strategy Briefing.

Date     15 - 17 May 2013
Venue     Sofitel Rio de Janeiro Copacabana, RJI + RJII + RJIII
Location     Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Cost     USD 1950.00

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