Asia E&P Summit 2013 Opens in Singapore this May as a One-Stop Upstream Oil & Gas Conference

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CMT’s Asia E&P Summit 2013 in Singapore on May 29-31—co-hosted by geophysical services company, SAExploration—is a specialized conference focusing on upstream oil & gas exploration and production potential in emerging frontiers, designed to provide essential market and country-centric updates.

Asia E&P Summit 2013

Asia E&P Summit 2013

Attractive upstream oil & gas investment opportunities in Asia are luring major players to Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines and Bangladesh.

Attractive upstream oil & gas investment opportunities in Asia are luring major players to Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines and Bangladesh. More than 50 oil & gas blocks have been put up for bids since late last year, with more coming from Myanmar this June. Mr. Lynn Myint, Vice GM/Chief Geologist of North Petro-Chem Corporation, is slated to deliver a timely session on Myanmar’s onshore hydrocarbon potential in view of rising interest in the nation’s oil & gas sector.

Oil & gas majors from the Bangladesh, Vietnam and Philippines will contribute at the event with country-specific E&P, financial, funding and taxation updates:

  •     Bangladesh
  •     Mr. Mortuza Ahmad Faruque, MD, BAPEX
  •     Mr. Nurul Chowdhury, Grad Civil Engineer, GLNG Upstream Project Management, Santos
  •     Vietnam
  •     Dr. Phan Tien Vien, GM, Exploration Division, PetroVietnam
  •     Mr. Luu Hoang Ha, Partner, VILAF
  •     Mr. Nguyen Hong Minh, Deputy Chief, Vietnam Petroleum Institute
  •     Philippines
  •     Mr. Raymundo Savella, VP, Upstream Operations Division, PNOC Exploration Corp
  •     Mr. Job Adrian Ambrosio, Partner, PJS Law

On broader perspectives, Mr. Rupert Evill of Control Risks Group presents regional sector developments and outlook of 2013 following the disbandment of BP Migas as well as rising of Asia frontier Myanmar. Key challenges for NOCs in unconventional gas production will be addressed by Saudi Aramco’s analyst, Mr. Bradley Way, who shares lessons learned from China and the Middle East. Key executives from The Lantau Group and Vautrain & Company are also among the list of distinguished speakers.

A value-added pre-summit workshop on “Upstream Regulatory Environment – In-Depth Understanding of PSC, Taxation Matter on Upstream E&P” for Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia and Philippines is built-in as an exclusive feature of this upstream sector-focus conference. Led by energy and tax leaders from VDB Loi, VILAF, PetroVietnam Institute, PJSLaw and King & Spalding, the workshop enhances comprehensive learning of country-specific information on the regulatory environment, specific PSC matters and taxation concerns in upstream E&P in Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia and Philippines.

Additional information on the 3-day Asia E&P Summit 2013 and accompanying workshop is available at: http://www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=130517&pu=221606&;

Contact Ms. Huiyan at Tel. +65 6346 9113 on enquiries.

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