- Shale Gas Workshop
- Workshop is an opportunity for all stakeholders of the project Shale gas and international experts to meet. This workhshop is expected for 27th and 28th February 2012 in Hotel Meridien, Convention Center, Oran Algeria. WOC1 5th meeting will take place the 1st March 2012 in the same location. Participants will be not less than 200 people, they will be members of the IGU, delegates from the MEM (Algerian Energy and Mining Ministry), the national and international experts and representatives of service companies. We will be honored by your presence and your participation in the debates at this workshop.
- When Feb 27, 2012 06:45 AM to Feb 28, 2012 04:00 PM (UTC / UTC0)
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Algeria Shale Gas Workshop will offer participants interaction with industry-leading managers, elected officials and thought leaders integral to advancing shale gas development.
Roundtables, panel discussions and receptions will provide tremendous networking opportunity for invigorating discussions, insights into the legislative and regulatory arenas and learning first-hand the innovative technologies that will advance shale gas development.
Highlights of the conference:
An opening keynote address by Sonatrach , Presentations by industry leaders In-depth, issue-oriented "insight" sessions will be offered on topics relevant to the natural gas industry in the southeast and southwest Algeria Sahara region.
Public relations, legal and financial professionals leading panel and roundtable discussion on how to address the opportunities and challenges posed by shale gas development.
OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF ALGERIA SHALE GAS : How Can Technology Enhance the Value of Unconventional Gas in Algeria and MENA Region.
What Makes A Financially Viable Shale Gas Prospect?
The abundance in recent years of US shale gas has sparked enormous interest from the oil and gas industry into different shale gas regions around the world, where exploration is currently underway to find out if, and where, shale gas will be as productive as it is in North America.
But what can governments do to encourage the development of shale gas in their own countries?
How can investment in the expensive E & P process be encouraged, given the environmental and regulatory barriers-to-entry faced in some regions?
How can shale gas production become cost-competitive in different regions, given the current low price of gas?
Are you interested in a particular subject about Shale gas?
We count on your presence and contribution to inform us about your vision concerning the shale gas issue.
Oran Shale Gas Workshop