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Energy Outlook Seminar: Upstream - Understanding the New Roadmap Seoul, South Korea

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Monday, 17 September 2018

    • 8:30 amRegistration
    • 9:00 amWelcome address
    • 9:15 amUpstream : Re-defining Competitiveness

      Bob Fryklund
      Upstream Energy - Vice President & Chief Strategiest

      Post the 2014 down cycle , the industry has reset ; has restructured; and is retooling for the future. To be competitive companies have to choose which business model to implement and execute, as well as what capabilities and trends they will need to master to be successful. The choice will likely define who the big winners and losers will be. This discussion will look at the top trends and top capabilities required what role will exploration play; what analytical skills are needed, and how to balance the role of de-carbonization and fossil fuels.

    • 9:45 amDivergence in the Middle East: Charting the highs and lows of hydrocarbon activity within this critical region

      Sarah Haggas
      Regional Director, Middle East

      This presentation will examine the ebbs and flows of hydrocarbon opportunities and key drivers in the Middle East. Whilst some countries are witnessing an unprecedented transformation in their approach to the entire value chain, others are struggling to develop their vast resources against a shifting political backdrop.

    • 10:30 amCoffee Break
    • 10:50 amE&P Opportunities in Asia Pacific

      Dylan Mair
      Head of Energy Operations, Asia Pacific

      The strategy of each Asia Pacific explorer today is a singular combination that meets ongoing investor expectations, leverages and de-risks monetization schedules, aligns with national goals, and builds on the company's expertise and track record as well as that of its partners. This presentation dives into the exploration and broader upstream strategies of Asia Pacific players and looks at the opportunities - bid rounds, contract expirations, and fiscal changes - coming up in the year ahead for this truly dynamic region.

    • 11:20 amNorth America- How High and How Long

      Bob Fryklund
      Upstream Energy - Vice President & Chief Strategist

      The US is pushing new records each new month as it heads towards new production heights-- 11 Mmbo/d in 2018 and 76 BCF/d of gas and new exports heights- 3 mmb/d of crude and 20 MPTA of LNG.
      The Permian is leading the way for liquids as it climbs over 3.5 MMbo/d this year and heads towards 5 MMb/d in 2020; and the Marcellus heads towards 20 BCF/d. The Eagle Ford, Bakken , Stack, Haynesville and Utica are also continuing to grow. But as production continues to grow so do potential issues to realizing those heights-pipeline bottlenecks are surfacing in the Permian and Marcellus and pricing discounts are rising for crude prices. So how high will US production rise to and how long will the production last?

    • 12:00 pmKorea’s place in the offshore EPC market of the future

      Ding Li Ang
      Head of Research (APAC), Head of Engineering and Fabrication

      Since 2014, tectonic shifts seem to have realigned the dynamics of the offshore EPC markets. Hit by the fall in oil price, offshore developments are becoming scarcer and smaller, Korea is no longer the only credible option. In addition, as buyers looks for lower cost alternatives, yards in Singapore and China has for the first time in decades became a real threat to Korea’s dominance in the offshore EPC market. This presentation will discuss the prospects in the offshore EPC market and competitive position of Korea in the light of shifting changes in the offshore EPC market.

    • 12:30 pmNetworking Lunch
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