IHS Markit E&P Content User Group Meeting - Jakarta
Thursday, May 19, 2016
- 8:00 amRegistration
- 8:30 amUpstream Market Outlook
Nick Sharma , Managing Director, Upstream Research & Consulting, Asia Pacific Head
The industry continues to go through a turbulent times, but there are potential routes both host governments and companies can pursue in this environment. This presentation will provide an outlook of the current state of the M&A market, how the spending outlook is shaping up globally in 2016 and beyond, as well as focus on what incentives/measures governments are pursuing so as to stimulate E&P investment.
- 9:15 amFar East E&P: Key Activity Trends, Challenges and Opportunities
Antonio Dimabuyu, Senior Director, Energy Technical Research , Asia Pacific
This presentation will look at the impact of the low oil price period on the upstream activities in the Far East region. Highlights and analysis of company movements and portfolios, exploration successes/failures, production and key field developments and growth opportunities will be covered. IHS E&P database and scouting reports are driven to provide timely, reliable and in-depth coverage of the E&P industry. Our research teams have continuously worked on “quality” projects and initiatives to provide solid foundational information needed to develop or enhance investment and portfolio strategies.
- 9:45 amCoffee Break
- 10:00 amIHS International Data Products – Enhancements and Opportunity Identification with case study
Edward Liew, Principal Customer Solution Advisor
Recent enhancements to the IHS International Data products provide users with more insight and greater opportunity identification capacity. These additional features, including the new High Impact Wells subject and Parent Plays attribute, will be demonstrated through analysis of the opportunities presented within identified proven basins for 2016/17.
- 10:30 amRealignment of Energy Portfolios
Martin Mittag- Lenkheym, Director, Asset Valuation
We are witnessing the re-alignment of energy portfolios on an epic scale. The world of energy is divided into “Hunters” and “Prey”. There is a growing number of companies that can only be described as “walking dead” with debt levels close to or even exceeding net worth. Why have M&A activities not yet picked up and why are these companies still producing oil and gas? What is the role of banks? Why are they keeping the highly indebted companies “alive”?
We will examine the drivers of the M&A market, outlook for deal count and deal structure such as corporate deals vs. asset deals.
- 11:15 amQ & A and Customer Roundtable
- 11:45 amClosing Address
- 12:00 pmNetworking Lunch