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SMi’s 7th annual Unconventional Gas conference, taking place on 5th and 6th March 2014 in London, will bring together global stakeholders in the unconventional arena from operators, suppliers, government and academia to identify and overcome the barriers to all types of unconventional gas developments. The core of the debate will be about making unconventional gas work and maximising the potential of this industry to secure future energy supply, focusing on important themes such as supply chain, technology, planning, and the social license to operate.

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Unconventional Gas

London (PRWEB UK) 3 January 2014

SMi’s 7th annual Unconventional Gas conference will bring together the foremost experts in unconventional gas to understand how to promote stakeholder value and explore best practices towards commercialisation. The two-day event will feature keynote presentations and case studies focusing on maximising the potential of this industry to secure future energy supply highlighting important themes such as supply chain, technology, planning, and the social license to operate from an array of developers including 3Legs Resources, Reach Coal Seam Gas, PGNiG, Breitling Oil and Gas, Tamboran Resources, BP and BNK Polska Sp. z.o.o., among others.

Key presentations at SMi's 7th annual Unconventional Gas conference include:

  •     Balancing operational success and stakeholder expectations in the exploration & production industry
Kamlesh Parmar, CEO, 3Legs Resources

  •     Best practices for the UK Shale Gas industry- addressing local and environmental concerns
Graham Dean, Managing Director, Reach Coal Seam Gas

  •     Tackling new opportunities
Tony Bazley, Director , Tamboran Resources

  •     Global Gas markets trends and the role of unconventional
Kai Dunker, Lead Economist Global Gas Markets, BP

  •     Industry insight- How can shale gas developments contribute to UK energy security- Lessons learnt from the USA
Chris Faulkner, Chief Executive Officer, Breitling Oil and Gas

  •     PGNiG Approach to Unconventionals
Marcin Lewenstein, Director, Department of Strategy, PGNiG

Plus, two panel debates featuring BNK Polska Sp z.o.o., PGNiG and CMS Cameron McKenna:

  •     Shale gas in Poland - developments and prospects
Tomasz Minkiewicz, Partner, Energy Projects, CMS Cameron McKenna
Andrzej Nentwig, Head of Legal Affairs, BNK Polska Sp z.o.o.

  •     How will Unconventional Gas in Poland & Europe develop?
Tomasz Minkiewicz, Partner, Energy Projects, CMS Cameron McKenna
Andrzej Nentwig, Head of Legal Affairs, BNK Polska Sp z.o.o.
Marcin Lewenstein, Director, Department of Strategy, PGNiG

To view the full speaker line-up and conference programme, visit http://www.smi-online.co.uk/2014unconventional-gas15.asp.

Regulatory and environmental issues in shale gas exploration in the UK and Central & Eastern Europe Pre-Conference Workshop | Led by CMS Cameron McKenna LLP.

This half-day workshop will enable participants to gain a greater understanding of some of the practical issues to be addressed by those organisations looking to explore for and produce shale gas in Europe, with a focus on issues specific to some of the key markets, namely the UK and Central & Eastern Europe.


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