Market Publishers Ltd Calls for Participation in Global Pacific & Partners Events
23 Apr 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd is happy to announce its serving as a media partner to promote various Conference events hosted by Global Pacific & Partners.
19th Latin Upstream. Scheduled to be held on May 15-17, 2013, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the Conference will focus on Latin America’s oil, gas and energy landscapes and strategies, deeply evaluating a range of near to long-term exploration, development, investment and strategy perspectives now in play, their potential upstream impacts and how private and state oil and gas companies and governments will reshape Latin America in the world upstream game.
10th Maghreb, Mediterranean MidEast Upstream. The conference will focus on upstream oil and gas-LNG strategies, exploration and development across North Africa, the Mediterranean and the Greater Middle East, strategies of corporate, government and national oil companies as well as new players on the market. The conference will take place on June 4-5, 2013 at the L’Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France. Prior to the event the 10th MidEast-Mediterranean Strategy Briefing will be held on June 3, 2013.
19th Asia Upstream 2013. Keynote speakers from all over the world and senior executives from diverse oil companies will gather in Singapore, October 2-4, 2013, to discuss burning issues relating to Asia’s exploration industry, including upstream ventures, government policies and acreage opportunities, commercialisation, risks and investments, new frontier potential in shale gas/oil and CBM-CSM, Australian companies in Asia’s upstream market and Asia’s oil risks/threats and hydrocarbon future, and a lot more.
20th Africa Oil Week. Key governments, national oil companies, licensing agencies and senior corporate decision-makers across the African oil value chain will gather at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on November 25-29, 2013, to discuss the most burning issues, including exploration, development and production, new ventures, corporate oil/gas strategies, deepwater potential, acreage, licensing, acquisitions, foreign state players, new entries, gas-LNG-GTL projects, upstream policies and opportunities, oil finance and investment, and building Africa’s oil, gas and energy future.