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Shale World Europe

17 - 18 Nov 2015  New Date Reminder
Hilton Warsaw Hotel and Convention Centre, Warsaw, Poland

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"Rise of Shale Gas in Europe"
The Shale World Europe, organized by the Terrapinn Holdings Ltd will take place from 17th November to the 18th November 2015 at the Warsaw Hilton in Warsaw, Poland. The conference will cover areas like brings together license holders, operators, local and national government representatives, planning officers, service companies and solution providers.


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09:00 AM - 05:30 PM (Nov 17) (General)
09:05 AM - 04:00 PM (Nov 18) (General)

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100 Exhibitors Estimated Count

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Michael Bradshaw

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Professor of Global Energy at Warwick Business School Coventry, United Kingdom
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Duarte Figueira

Duarte Figueira

‎Head - Energy Competition Policy at Department of Energy and... London, Canada
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Michael Bradshaw

Michael Bradshaw

Professor of Global Energy at Warwick Business School Coventry, United Kingdom
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Basim Faraj (PhD)

Basim Faraj (PhD)

VP New Ventures at Tamboran Resources Calgary, Canada
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Laszlo Varro

Laszlo Varro

Head of Gas Coal and Electricity Markets at International Energy... France
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David Messina

David Messina

Managing Director at Hutton Energy Plc London, Canada
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Duarte Figueira

Duarte Figueira

‎Head - Energy Competition Policy at Department of Energy and... London, Canada

Schedule & Agenda

Tue, 17 Nov 09:00 AM - 09:07 AMCONFERENCE WELCOME AND CHAIRMANu2019S OPENING REMARKS
Tue, 17 Nov 09:07 AM - 09:10 AMREVITALISING EUROPEu2019S SHALE INDUSTRY
Tue, 17 Nov 09:10 AM - 09:30 AMHow is the Ministry of Environment working to ensure commercial shale gas production is given its best possible chance of becoming a reality?
When will multi-billion dollar tax incentives and further law changes to speed up permitting processes become a reality?Has previous streamlining of regulations and permitting, cutting tax rates and the six year tax free exploration period so far been effective?What is the Governmentu2019s outlook - is 2016 the last chance for the industry?Su0142awomir Brodziu0144ski, Chief National Geologist, Polish Ministry of the Environment
Tue, 17 Nov 09:30 AM - 09:50 AMProgressing State interests and attracting foreign investment in an extremely challenging environment
Can Ukraine recover its status as the country in Europe with most prospective shale opportunity?What steps are Government taking to incentivise operators and overcome safety concerns?What is the Governmentu2019s plan to develop resources over the next the next 5-10 years?Mr Georhii Rudko, Chairman, State Commission of Ukraine on Natural Resources
Tue, 17 Nov 09:50 AM - 10:10 AMPRESENTATION FROM DNV GL
Tue, 17 Nov 10:10 AM - 10:50 AMWhat level of success does Europe need to make shale dreams a reality?
Reality check: where is Europeu2019s industry compared to 3 years ago? Where will we be by 2020? What needs to change?Which countries in Europe is this most likely to come from?Does the potential of cheaper LNG imports from the US lower the incentive for exploration and development in Europe?Dr Attila Nyikos, Vice Chairman and Vice President of International Relations, MekhMr Georhii Rudko, Chairman, State Commission of Ukraine on Natural Resources
Tue, 17 Nov 10:50 AM - 11:50 AMREFRESHMENTS SERVED IN THE EXHIBITION AREA
Tue, 17 Nov 11:50 AM - 01:10 PMShale World Europe Roundtables
The focus of this session will be interactive discussions, moderated by license holders, Government or local experts, discussing the specific opportunities and challenges facing operators across Europe.
Tue, 17 Nov 01:10 PM - 02:29 PMNETWORKING LUNCH IN THE EXHIBITION SHOWCASE AREA
Tue, 17 Nov 02:29 PM - 02:30 PMEUROPEu2019S SUCCESS STORIES AND NEWEST PROJECTS
Tue, 17 Nov 02:30 PM - 03:00 PMSwedenu2019s u00d6stergu00f6tland gas project u2013 Europeu2019s first commercial gas production from the Alum shale
Understanding the geological and production potential and the difference in the depth and geology of the Alum shaleHow could water injection rather than fraccing be used to open existing fractures in the formation?With commercial gas sales planned before the end of 2015, what is the planned development process to understand the formation and move to full commercialisation of the resources?What is the long term commercial potential of the u00d6stergu00f6tland gas project?
Tue, 17 Nov 03:00 PM - 03:30 PMDenmarku2019s potential - what is the true potential of the Alum shale?
What are the geological characteristics that make the projects in Nordjylland and Nordsju00e6lland prospective for shale gas? What has initial testing shown?Can natural gas be produced in an environmentally and commercially acceptable manner in Denmark?As a country pushing strongly for renewable energy, what part could gas play in Denmarku2019s energy mix?Mr Peter Britze, Head of Department of Reservoir Geology, G.E.U.S. The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland
Tue, 17 Nov 03:30 PM - 03:50 PMPRESENTATION RESERVED FOR GOLD SPONSOR
Tue, 17 Nov 03:50 PM - 04:20 PMAFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS & PREMIUM NETWORKING
Tue, 17 Nov 04:20 PM - 04:50 PMPolandu2019s Ordovician shale project u2013 analysis of promising results in Polish shale
Analysing the results of the Gapawo B-1 H well in the Ordovician shale play in PolandWhat does analysis and test flows infer about the production potential and the model recovery levels for nearby areas?Will advanced exploration require new investment from international partners and how are these partners being sought?Prof Grzegorz Pienkowski, Professor, Polish Geological Institute National Research Institute
Tue, 17 Nov 04:50 PM - 05:30 PMGetting Polish unconventionals working
What has the industry learned from a yearu2019s further exploration, analysis and development?How harmful is the withdrawal of long-term players from the Polish market?Will continued exploration come just from state-run companies or are new international independents looking to begin their own exploration?Have updated and streamlined regulation and legislation including and tax cuts been effective or does more need to be done?Has the bubble burst? - revisions for Polish shaleu2019s long term potentialModerator: Mr Pawel Poprawa, Manager, Institute of Geological Sciences, Polish Academy of SciencesProf Grzegorz Pienkowski, Professor, Polish Geological Institute National Research InstituteMr Marcin Zieba, General Director, OPPPW
Tue, 17 Nov 05:30 PM - 05:30 PMSHALE WORLD EUROPE 2015 DRINKS RECEPTION
Wed, 18 Nov 09:05 AM - 09:10 AMCONFERENCE WELCOME AND CHAIRMANu2019S OPENING REMARKS
Wed, 18 Nov 09:10 AM - 09:39 AMThe Truth about Fracking: Global overview and industry best case practices from the U.S.
Mr. Faulkner will analyze shale production in the U.S. and separate fact from myth on Hydraulic Fracturing. He will provide insight into the benefits of Fracking to local and national economies, its environmental misconception and the potential financial impact in Europe.Mr Chris Faulkner, CEO, Breitling Energy
Wed, 18 Nov 09:39 AM - 09:40 AMTHE POTENTIAL OF EUROPEu2019S NEW HOT SPOTS
Wed, 18 Nov 09:40 AM - 10:20 AMTo what extent could Spanish shale gas reduce Spainu2019s reliance on energy imports and reduce unemployment
What is the potential of the Basque-Cantabrian basin? What has the latest exploration work told of the shale gas potential in Northern Spain?With permit request up 80% in 6 years and 145 permits active or awaiting authorisation, is the Government supportive enough to spur advanced exploration?Why has movement been sluggish despite the clear benefits to the Spanish economy?Could Spainu2019s well developed gas infrastructure be a positive factor in attracting investment?When is drilling expected to commence and what are the drilling plans of operators over the next 5 years?Mr David Alameda, General Director, SHALEGAS ESPAu00d1AMr Dixon Porter, President and CEO, Pyrenees EnergyMr Graeme Mackenzie, Director, Pyrenees Energy Corp
Wed, 18 Nov 10:20 AM - 10:40 AMHow is Ukraine working to overcome well-publicised challenges and work towards to develop greater energy security?
How are the recent geopolitical tensions affecting the ability to operate in Ukraine?How supportive is the government working to support to a full scale exploration effort?What is the true size of the prize and what efforts are being made to attract foreign investors?With what are the exploration targets in Ukraine? What would a successful exploration programme look like within the next 5 years?Mr Mykola Boyarkin, Temporary Acting Director, State Geological and Mineral Resources Survey of Ukraine
Wed, 18 Nov 10:40 AM - 11:10 AMMORNING REFRESHMENTS & PREMIUM NETWORKING
Wed, 18 Nov 11:10 AM - 11:30 AMIs the UK primed for a period of substantial exploration activity?
Post-election and announcement of awards form the 14th landward licencing round, is the UK now set for a period of exploration activity after laying relatively dormant?What are the development plans of active UK operators and how many wells can we expect to be drilled over the next 5-10 years?What effect will new entrants from the 14th round have on the growth and development of the industry?How effectively is the UK positioning itself in taking a leadership role in European unconventionals?Outlining the skills and equipment availability in the UK and the main supply chain challenges being faced as exploration activity increasesMr Nick Grealy, Director, London Local Energy
Wed, 18 Nov 11:30 AM - 11:49 AMShale gas exploration and exploitation induced risks: a European, multi-disciplinary approach to multi-risk appraisal
Professor Styles will be presenting this paper as a co-author with Professor Stanislaw Lasocki from Polish Academy of Science.Mr Peter Styles, Professor of Applied and Environmental Geophysics, Keele University
Wed, 18 Nov 11:49 AM - 11:50 AMLICENSING FOCUS
Wed, 18 Nov 11:50 AM - 12:30 PMPan-European regulatory on issuing permits and licenses - balancing Government and public concerns with operators interests
What are the challenges licence issuers face in developing regulating and permitting standards whilst not hindering investment by chackling operators?To what extent does EU regulatory oversight affect regulators own regimes across Europe?What have been proven as are the most effective ways for Government and industry to work together during exploration whilst developing a robust regulatory standards?Is there more operators and service companies most effectively to ensure compliance with regulation and expedite permitting approvals?Dr Michael Kosinowski, Head of Department, Bundesanstalt fur Geowissenschaften und RohstoffeProf Grzegorz Pienkowski, Professor, Polish Geological Institute National Research InstituteMr Tomasz Chmal, Energy Expert, Sobieski Institute
Wed, 18 Nov 12:30 PM - 01:29 PMNETWORKING LUNCH IN THE EXHIBITION SHOWCASE AREA
Wed, 18 Nov 01:29 PM - 01:30 PMBEYOND EUROPE: THE POTENTIAL OF EURASIA AND NORTH AFRICA
Wed, 18 Nov 01:30 PM - 01:50 PMNorth Africa: Unconventionally rejuvenating North Africau2019s oil and gas sector
What is the potential of significant unconventional gas and oil deposits in Algeria, Libya and Tunisia?Can successful exploitation of substantial unconventional resources reverse declines in domestic natural gas production and safeguard North African economies?How have significant public protests affected the licence to operate in North Africa?How can Government and NOCs do more to attract foreign investment and partnering?To what extent is there a lack of skills and service provision specific to unconventionals and how can this be addressed?
Wed, 18 Nov 01:50 PM - 02:29 PMSharing experience, knowledge and skills and service provision between Europe, Eurasia and North Africa
What are the comparative opportunities and challenges between Europe and proximal unconventional projects?Are these more valuable than the inevitable comparisons with North American development?What can Europe learn from the less widely publicised development of unconventionals in Eurasia and North Africa?What can Eurasian and North African projects learn from the exploration and development of unconventionals across Europe?Is there an opportunity for greater scientific and technical collaboration to help expedite shale projects across all regions?
Wed, 18 Nov 02:29 PM - 02:30 PMSHALE GAS IN THE ENERGY MIX
Wed, 18 Nov 02:30 PM - 02:50 AMThe future of unconventionals in the energy mix in a volatile market
As the US shale oil glut crashed the market, what are the long term implications for unconventional oil and gas in Europe and globally?Can shale gas industry develop fast enough to serve as the bridge to renewables? Will the continued rise of solar decrease investor appetite in shale?How will Europeu2019s unconventional industry compare with Asia, Latin America and Africa in the next 10 years?Can conventional onshore resources play a significant role in Europeu2019s energy future?
Wed, 18 Nov 02:50 PM - 04:00 PMMedia and community relations - has misinformation and negative public perception clipped the wings of Europeu2019s industry before it is ready to fly?
How effective have initiatives combatting misinformation, and promoting scientific and social benefits been effective? What more could and should be done?Which Government models have proved beneficial and detrimental in getting messages to the public and communities of the benefits of shale gas to them?Could the UKu2019s sovereign wealth fund and fee-per-well system prove effective?Keeping quiet or shouting proud: which operator models have proved most effective when engaging with local communities and the media?To what extent has public perception played a role in the withdrawal of larger industry players in Eastern Europe?Ms Malgorzata Maria Klawiter-Piwowarska, Plenipotentiary for Shale Gas, Pomorskie Region, Pomorskie Voivodeship, PolandJanus Snyders, Part-time lecturer / Communication Researcher, Tshwane University Of Technology
Wed, 18 Nov 04:00 PM - 04:00 PMAFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS & CLOSE OF CONFERENCE

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