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Myanmar OilGas 2013

Myanmar OilGas 2013

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TEL
+44 (0)207 127 4501
FAX
+44 (0)207 127 4503
EMAIL
info@oliverkinross.comConference & Exhibition
February 4th & 5th, Yangonwww.oliverkinross.com
MYANMAR OIL & GASSUMMIT 2013
Featuring a two-day Conference & ExhibitionFeaturing a Myanmar Oil & GasNetworking Gala DinnerParticipate in One-on-One Meetings withyour fellow delegates through the use of the Business Matchmaking ServiceExtensive networking opportunities withMinisters and international Oil & Gascompanies in the comfort of a 5 star venue
An up-to-date assessment of the new political,social and business climate in Myanmar todayA complete overview of Myanmar’s newapproach to its oil & gas industryA complete overview of the E&P outlook for the 23 blocksDiscover the latest on the new ForeignInvestment Law and the implications of this for Myanmar’s oil & gas industryUncover the latest energy Infrastructuredevelopment opportunitiesTechnology focus: discover the technologiesrequired in Myanmar’s evolving energy industryTake advantage of in-depth casestudies of Myanmar’s oil & gas eldsAssess the future Exploration potential of Myanmar
GOLD SPONSORBRONZE SPONSOR
Developments Strategies &Opportunities in Myanmar Oil & Gas
Oil & Gas Tech
Myanmar Exhibition
Does your company offerproducts or services tothe Oil & Gas industry?Does the New Myanmarinterest you?
Alongside the conference therewill be an Exhibition. To be sentexhibitor details please email:
info@oliverkinross.com
Organised by:
SILVER SPONSORS
Companies that have attended our Oil & Gasconferences in the past
Afren, BP, China Petroleum Technology & Development Corporation, Cirrus Oil & Gas, ConocoPhillips, Danagas, Eni, ExxonMobil International, Gazprom, Genel Energy, Hess, Japan Oil, Gas & Metals National Coporation (JOGMEC), Maersk Oil Middle East A/S, MCC Petroli Company, Mehmet Okutan Advisor Genel Energy,Mellitah Oil & Gas B.V, National Oil Corporation Libya, Nigerian Agip Oil Company Ltd., Oando Marketing, Oman Oil Company S.A.O.C, OMV, Petrobras, Polish Oil & Gas Company, Ras Lanuf Oil & Gas Processing Co, Rialto Energy, Saltpond, Serica Energy, Shell International E &P, Sirte Oil Company, National Oil Corporation Libya,Sonatrach, Statoil, Total, Tullow Oil, Vanco Exploration Ghana, Waha Oil Company,National Oil Corporation, Wintershall, Arabian Gulf Oil Company, Zuetina Oil Company 
 Join us for the GalaDinner and makevaluable networkingcontacts in Myanmar’soil & gas industry
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OP LEVEL SPEAKERSINCLUDE:
U AUNG NAING OO,
DirectorGeneral,
MINISTRY OF NATIONALPLANNING & ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT / DIRECTORATEOF INVESTMENT AND COMPANYADMINISTRATION (DICA)
G.P.GANESAN,
Director-HeadE&P,
ISTECH ENERGY E&P
ARUN DALMIA,
Director Finance,
ISTECH ENERGY E&P
LANCE CRIST,
GlobalHead,
IFC OIL & GAS
MR. JASBIR SINGH,
Vice President,
ESSAR PROJECTS (INDIA) LIMITED
LAURENT-CHARLES THERY,
Project Director,
GDF SUEZ
U NU,
Exploration Geologist,
PARAMI ENERGY, MYANMAR
SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE,
SILVERWAVE ENERGY
PÅL HAREMO,
Senior Vice Presidentof Global New Ventures,
STATOIL
DR. PIERRE ELIET,
Geoscience& Business Development,
ROC OIL MALAYSIA,
DR DEVA GHOSH,
Professor InGeophysics,
UNIVERSITY OFTECHNOLOGY PETRONAS
WANG ZHAO,
Chief Representative,
CPTDC MYANMAR OFFICE, CNPC
ALESSIO POLASTRI,
ManagingPartner,
P&A ASIA
 JEAN LOI,
Managing Partner andfounder of the rm,
VDB Loi
CHRIS FAULKNER,
Chief ExecutiveOfcer,
BREITLING OIL ANDGAS, UNITED STATES
Plus MANY more to beannounced soon...
Featuring ConrmedAttendance FromLarge Numbers ofInternational Oil & GasCompanies including:
Daewoo International,ConocoPhillips, PTTEP,Murphy Oil, KOGAS,Istech Energy E&P, Statoil,Silverwave Energy, ROC Oil Malaysia, Parami Energy, GDF Suez, CNPC,Essar Projects (India) Limited, Breitling Oil and Gas plus many more! 
 
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www.oliverkinross.com
MYANMAR OIL & GASSUMMIT 2013
08.00
Registration & Coffee
09.00
Chairman’s Opening Remarks
Key-Note Presentation:
Welcome address
09.10
Myanmar Oil & Gas Outlook - 2013 and Beyond
 • Reserves, exploration, production,trends and forecasts • The impact of political change inMyanmar on the oil & gas industry • Feedback from the 23 blocks • An overview of the main playersand new market participants • How is the new Foreign Investment Law,Licensing Rounds, and Political/Social reformexpected to change the oil & gas industry
09.45
Myanmar: A Nation Reborn
 • An overview of Myanmar in 2013 • The political, social and economicoutlook for Myanmar • The new approach both internallyand internationally • Myanmar as the next Asian boom economy? • The impact of change in Myanmarupon its oil & gas industry
10.20
Myanmar Onshore Oil and Gas Prospects
 • Morphologically, Myanmar can be divided intofour. They are Rakhine Coastal Trip Lowland,Indo--Myanmar Range Highland or RakhineBelt, Central Myanmar Tertiary Basin Lowlandand Eastern Highlands and Shan Plateau • There are altogether 14 Sedimentary Basins inMyanmar Onshore. they are Rakhine Coastal,Hukawng, Chindwin, Shwebo-Monywa, CentralMyanmar, Pyay Embayment, AyeyarwadyDelta, Bago Yoma, Sittaung Valley, Mepale,Mawlamyine, Namyau, Hsipaw-Lashio and Kalaw • Up to now, oil and gas are mainly producedfrom formations of Tertiary age • Pre-tertiary formations will be taken vitalrole for future oil and gas prospect
U Nu,
Exploration Geologist, Parami Energy, Myanmar
10.55
Refreshments & Networking Break
11.10
International Investment in Myanmar:an Attractive Investment Hotspot
 • The ending of sanctions andwhat this means for trade • Myanmar as an attractive investment destination • The impact of reform on investment in Myanmar • The new government’s approach to oil & gas
H.E. U Aung Naing Oo,
Director General, Ministry of National Planning & Economic Development / Directorateof Investment and Company Administration (DICA)
11.45
The New Foreign Investment Law.
 • Investment vehicles, • Commercial provisions; • Incorporating a commercial entity in Myanmar; • Tax Benets; • Foreign currency accounts andrepatriation of prots.
Alessio Polastri,
Managing Partner, P&A Asia
12.20
International Oil & Gas Companies and theirInterest in Myanmar: IOC’s PANEL DISCUSSION 
13.00
Lunch
14.00
Myanmar Oil & Gas: Technology Focus
 • The latest international technology and theopportunities this presents for Myanmar • Technological requirements of Myanmar’s oil & gas industry • Opportunities in Myanmar forinternational solution providers • The benets foreign expertisecan bring to Myanmar
14.35
Case Study: DAEWOO International
 • Detailed discussion of the Myanmar gas project • Daewoo International’s activityin the A1 and A3 blocks
15.10
Refreshments & Networking Break
15.45
An Analysis of the 23 Offshore Oil &Gas Blocks: PANEL DISCUSSION
 • An analysis of the 17 deep waterand 6 shallow water blocks • Case Studies of the blocks • Geological assessments • Exploration potential
16.20
Chairman’s Closing Remarks
16.30
Networking Reception
19.00
Gala Dinner
Day 1
 
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MYANMAR OIL & GASSUMMIT 2013
08.00
Registration & Coffee
09.00
Chairman’s Opening Remarks
09.10
Environmental & Social Issues: AffectingMyanmar - Protecting Myanmar
 • Environmental concerns • Putting the environmental protection of Myanmarat the heart of the oil & gas industries agenda • Lessons that can be learnt from abroad • Making use of a local workforce
09.45
Oil & Gas InfrastructureDevelopment & Requirements
 • The historical development of Myanmar’s oil & gas structure • How the framework has progressed sincethe early days of international involvement • Breakdown of oil & gas distinctions andthe areas of potential for growth in each • Future opportunities
10.20
A Case Study of Yadana
 • Developments in Myanmar’s leading eld • Geological features & analysis • Latest developments • E&P Outlook
10.55
Refreshments & Networking Break
11.15
Statoil – from a Norwegian to aninternational energy company
 • The impact of E&P success forNorway and Statoil • Technology development as a business driver • Local content and corporate socialresponsibility as requirements for success
Pål Haremo,
Senior Vice President of Global New Ventures, Statoil
11.50
Breitling Oil and Gas Case Study: CanUnconventional Resources Be Explored andProduced In an Environmentally-Friendly Manner?
 • Learn how operators can determine the tradeoffsassociated with implementing low impact drillingtechnology in environmentally sensitive areas. • Assess drilling operations and technologieswith respect to air, site, water, wastemanagement, biodiversity and societal issues. • Learn how low impact operations can reducethe environmental footprint of operations by theadoption of new methods to use in (1) gettingmaterials to and from the rig site (site access),(2) reducing the rig site area, (3) using alternativedrilling rig power management systems, and(4) adopting waste management at the rig site. • Learn how to drill and explore forunconventional resources with theleast impact to the environment
Chris Faulkner,
Chief Executive Ofcer,Breitling Oil and Gas, United States
12.30
PTTEP - Zawtika Case Study
 
13.00
Lunch
Day 2

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