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Where to next, for tight oil? Aligning strategy, technology and opportunity
 

Where to next, for tight oil? Aligning strategy, technology and opportunity

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At the IHS Forum Event, September 17-19, in Houston, TX, IHS experts Marie Fagan, Judson Jacobs, and ...

At the IHS Forum Event, September 17-19, in Houston, TX, IHS experts Marie Fagan, Judson Jacobs, and
Paul Markwell share their insights on Upstream Strategy, Technology, and Opportunity. The growth in tight oil in North America has been the game-changer of a generation. The question is now—where to, next? The experts examine the role of aboveground risk, technology and innovation, and specific opportunities available in tight oil; and we focus on one area, North Africa (Algeria, specifically) to illustrate how these elements come together.

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    Where to next, for tight oil? Aligning strategy, technology and opportunity Where to next, for tight oil? Aligning strategy, technology and opportunity Document Transcript

    • © 2013 IHS Tight oil above-ground enablers and risk factors 1 Source: IHS CERA. Country Policy/ Public opinion Land Access Business Terms Supply Chain, Industry Structure Midstream Infra- structure Water Avail- ability and Management Other Regulatory United States Tunisia Germany Australia Indonesia United Kingdom Oman Romania China Algeria Russia Argentina India Brazil Libya Saudi Arabia Where to next, for tight oil? Aligning strategy, technology and opportunity September 17, 2013 4:00pm – 5:30pm Marie Fagan, IHS Senior Director Judson Jacobs, IHS Director Paul Markwell, IHS Managing Director Link to online presentations Upstream Strategy, Technology, and Opportunity The growth in tight oil in North America has been the game-changer of a generation. The question is now—where to, next? In this session, we examine the role of aboveground risk, technology and innovation, and specific opportunities available in tight oil; and we focus on one area, North Africa (Algeria, specifically) to illustrate how these elements come together. Key Takeaways North America is not unique in having tight oil. Other locations across the globe, particularly some in North Africa, have attractive geology and could hold substantial tight oil resources. In contrast, North America’s aboveground investment environment was and is uniquely enabling for tight oil development. A company will need the right mix of skills to manage the particular set of aboveground challenges in given country. Technological innovations drove North American tight oil production growth. Globally, each location has its own mix of aboveground and belowground challenges. A focus on how to bring the right technology and know-how into a new tight oil province will be critical. The example of Algeria illustrates that even in a location with world-class source rocks, tight oil opportunities may face stiff competition. We have considered the environment in our production of materials for this event.
    • © 2013 IHS Tight oil above-ground enablers and risk factors 1 Source: IHS CERA. Country Policy/ Public opinion Land Access Business Terms Supply Chain, Industry Structure Midstream Infra- structure Water Avail- ability and Management Other Regulatory United States Tunisia Germany Australia Indonesia United Kingdom Oman Romania China Algeria Russia Argentina India Brazil Libya Saudi Arabia IHS Upstream Strategies, Opportunities, and Technology and Innovation Advisory Services Upstream Strategies Advisory Service is an integrated service combining analysis of belowground factors, geopolitics, the upstream business environment, technology, and economics to provide E&P companies with critical insight to help differentiate performance. Upstream Opportunities Advisory Service examines global E&P locations and characterizes opportunities in terms of fit to corporate strategy. Upstream Technology and Innovation Service (incorporating Digital Oil Field of the Future Forum) makes sense of evolving technology trends, and provides decision-makers with insight and broad business context to help make the right technology investment and deployment choices. Why do companies subscribe to these three services? We are unbiased. Within an E&P company, sometimes there are unconscious biases for or against types of E&P projects, or locations. We provide a necessary outside perspective on decision-making. We challenge their thinking. We give our clients new perspectives on events and trends, to help them evaluate what fits their strategic goals and company characteristics. Notes: For more information, please visit: www.ihs.com IHS | 321 Inverness Drive South | Englewood, Englewood Colorado 80112