Co-organized by:IBC Gulf Conferences
28 - 29 November 2007,Singapore Marriott Hotel, Singapore
The Middle East & Asia Energy Summit will address one of the most pressing issues of our time. Continuously rising demand, especially from emerging market countries like China, faces increasing supply challenges. Oil and gas extraction in a maturing industry requires more sophisticated technological solutions and huge investments, while the increasing cross border transport of energy calls for international cooperation. Geopolitical tensions have to be eased while innovative transport and strategic storage solutions have to be found.
The Middle East has 60 percent of worldwide oil reserves and 40 percent of worldwide gas reserves, about two thirds of its energy exports go to Asia, a dynamic industrious region that has developed into the “workbench of the world” and faces a striking lack of endowment with energy resources. Thus the dependence is mutual and the chances for cooperation manifold. The Middle East & Asia Energy Summit offers the opportunity to get first hand knowledge from senior speakers and industry insiders about issues such as:• Asia’s growing oil thirst: Will the Middle East be able to quench it? The challenges of enhanced oil recovery • Prospects of trade in Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)• Country assessments: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran and Iraq • Petrochemicals and refining: The necessity of cross border• Tanker shortages, pipeline projects and transport of refined products • Strategic storage solutions• Choke points and the management of geopolitical risk: The straits of Hormuz and MalaccaThis 2 day summit will address the above concerns and will place them within the context of the international marketplace and its future development. Delegates will be part of a high level interactive summit which will allow them the opportunity to discuss the issues with industry insiders and peers.For more details and registration please click here
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