London, The Geological Society Piccadilly
Nataliya Boyko, Deputy Minister of Energy & Coal Industry of Ukraine, will outline the opportunities being created by the PSA tenders.
Shell, ExxonMobil and INA are the latest oil & gas producers to confirm their participation.
Oleg Prokhorenko, Chairman & CEO of UGV, the Naftogaz Group member with the largest reserve base in Eastern Europe, will outline the opportunities via PEC services contracts for production enhancement at its mature and depleted fields.
Deputy Minister for European Integration,
Ministry of Energy & Coal Industry of Ukraine
Office of National Investment Council of Ukraine
State Geological Service of Ukraine
Association of Gas Producers of Ukraine
Deputy Head, Fuel & Energy Committee,
Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
CEO & Chairman of the Board,
Refraction Asset Management
Chief Executive Officer,
Poltava Petroleum Company
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang
Chairman of the Board,
DTEK Oil & Gas
Partner, Energy & Resources,
Vice President, Commodity Markets,
SigmaBleyzer Investment Group
Director, Geophysical Consultant,
Lynx Information Systems
Senior Research Fellow,
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
The government of Ukraine recently announced an extensive international oil & gas licencing round, releasing 30 onshore hydrocarbon blocks to be sold via online auction. The first round of 10 blocks was announced in early December and the auction takes place on 6th March.
This timely Forum has been convened to bring together an international audience of potential strategic investors to meet with key stakeholders from the Ukrainian oil & gas sector and to learn more about the emerging opportunities to invest and participate in Ukraine’s national programme to achieve energy self-sufficiency.
The speaker panel will feature key Ukrainian officials, representatives of leading state-owned and private energy companies, present and potential strategic investors and leading international energy experts and commentators. Attendees will have all their questions answered about the licencing round, including detailed information about the blocks on offer and how to participate in the auctions. Other topics to be covered in the course of the day include:
The Forum follows on from our Ukrainian Energy Day, which took place in June 2017 in London and attracted over 120 senior energy executives from 14 different countries. They included representatives of:
Aggreko, AOT Energy, Arawak Energy, Argus Media, Axpo, Baringa Partners, BB Energy, Bloomberg, BlueBay Asset Management, BP, Citi, Crown Agents, Discovery Drilling Equipment, DTEK, EBRD, EFET, Energy Resources of Ukraine, Engie, Eni, EuroCape New Energy, Eurostream, Expert Petroleum, Galnaftogaz, GAZ-MDS, Geo Alliance Group, ICIS, IFC, JKX Oil & Gas, Nadra Ukrainy, Naftogaz of Ukraine, Northland Power, Poltava Petroleum Company, Pioneer Investments, Regal Petroleum, Reuters, S&P Global Platts, Shell, Trafigura, TrailStone Group, UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, Ukreximbank, UkrGazVidobuvannya, Ukrnafta, Verkhovna Rada Fuel & Energy Committee.
09:00 Registration and morning refreshments
10:00 Session 1: An Overview Of Hydrocarbon Production In Ukraine And Government And Industry Initiatives To Raise Production Levels
11:30 Morning refreshments
12:00 Session 2: Introduction To The First Oil & Gas Licencing Round, The Blocks On Offer, Geological Information Available And Procedures In Place
14:45 Session 3: Opportunities For Service Companies And Independent Producers In The Drive To Increase Oil & Gas Production
16:15 Afternoon refreshments
16:45 Session 4: Evolution Of The Ukrainian Natural Gas Market And Its Transmission And Storage Capabilities
18:15 Drinks reception