A New Beginning for Global E&P - Leveraging Canadian Expertise
The 2018 conference examines the changing landscape of international E&P and will highlight where experience, opportunity and financial markets are likely to combine to drive growth in the emerging international E&P cycle. + Read More
The CGEF Annual Conference is a premier E&P event that connects international E&P companies, governments, service providers, consultancies and financiers with new business opportunities across exciting new geographies and frontiers. This year's CGEF Conference will immediately precede the annual Global Petroleum Show and provide dual access to the unique business content of the CGEF program and an additional three days of networking opportunities for attendees. CGEF will be coordinating the Country Market Event with countries from around globe.
Session IV - On-the-ground action in the emerging E&P cycle
On the Ground Action
There is a collective sense that the next cycle is beginning to emerge. Does the action “on the ground” support this view? What and where are the emerging trends in demand in the service industry? Oil and gas prices remain volatile; how hard is the service industry pushing to capture growth in the market?Read More
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As a new global E&P cycle emerges, we discuss new and evolving trade agreements; repositioning of superpowers; increasing pressure to replace fossil fuels; and global security awareness.
What is the real potential in the market, and where is it? Which areas of the world are having a difficult, (or easier) time raising capital, and what is the near and long-term value? Find out as a panel of market experts discuss their views.
Are E&P value opportunities beginning to shift toward smaller, more risk‐tolerant players? While the market is comfortable with larger ($250M+), lower‐risk investment, how large is the appetite for companies seeing E&P funding at the $25‐50M level, and where might it be found?
There is a collective sense that the next cycle is beginning to emerge. Does the action “on the ground” support this view? What and where are the emerging trends in demand in the service industry? Oil and gas prices remain volatile; how hard is the service industry pushing to capture growth in the market?
The world has opportunities and Canada has a wealth of expertise to bring to the global E&P market. Canada is open for business and keen to support growth of the E&P sector around the globe. What are the opportunities for collaboration in the emerging E&P Cycle?