Conference on Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources on 13th March in New Delhi.

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We are pleased to inform you about our upcoming Annual Conference on "India's Readiness for tapping Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources" scheduled on March 13, 2014, Hotel Shangri-La, New Delhi.
Key Discussion Points

• Global Distribution of Unconventional Resources of Hydrocarbons and their Potential

• Challenges in Exploitation of Unconventional Hydrocarbons- Policy- Regulatory- Operational Community etc.

• Case study- Successful Unconventional Hydrocarbons Projects- Critical Success Factors

• CBM Resources Exploitation- Opportunities- Challenges & Status of Exploitation

• Shale Gas & Oil Resources Potential- GOI Way Forward

• Global Best Practices- Policy & Regulatory Framework

• Conventional Hydrocarbons vs Unconventional Hydrocarbons- Key Differences

• Drilling Needs- Well Construct, Intensity of Drilling needed.

• Hydrofracing- Key Issues & how industry has responded

• Profile of Services sector in India- Unconventional Gas. How Prepared it is?

• Unconventional Focus- Key Aspects- USA, China, Argentina, Europe

• Logistics & Environmental Issues- Air & Noise Pollution, Stakeholders Interfacing aspects.

• Is India ready to take benefit of its Unconventional Resources? What top three aspects need immediate attention to make Unconventional's happen in India?

Registration fee is INR. 20,000 per delegate.

For more details Contact:

Gargi Goswami
gargi.goswami@infraline.com
8130960957/ 011-66250011

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Conference on Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources on 13th March in New Delhi.

  1. 1. rly t il Ea Ava iscoun D Bird Till 7, ry 2 brua14 Fe 20 Annual Conference on India’s Readiness for tapping Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources 13th March, 2014, Hotel Shangri-La, New Delhi Official Media Partners The Complete Energy Sector Magazine for Policy and Decision Makers Hear from the people who really know the business
  2. 2. Annual Conference on India’s Readiness for tapping Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources Background Global oil and gas industry has consistently demonstrated remarkable acumen for technology development and its commercial applications. The search for oil and gas has gone to ultra deep waters and many frontier areas aided by state of art geotechnical interpretation software’s sophisticated drilling rigs and real time drilling control covering extended drilling, engineering marvels as offshore production facilities and growing commitments to HSSE practices. Such and other technology advancements have also huge potential of unconventional oil and gas reserves contained in tight shale’s and other tight formations. Led primarily by USA, the commercial exploitation of Coal Bed Methane, Shale Oil, Shale Gas, Tight Gas has emerged as potentially very large supply energy resources over the last few decades. Recent assessments of unconventional hydrocarbon resources, by EIA and other agencies, indicate that the potential of unconventional gas resources could not only exceed the current conventional reserves, but they could also be better spared geographically. While USA is an immensely successful story with exploitation of unconventional hydrocarbons, this is yet to be replicated in other countries. Many countries are at early and different stages of assessment and evaluation of the potential of their unconventional resources. Such resources, though material, pose unique challenges for their exploitation. India too has been endowed with unconventional hydrocarbon resources. Initial estimates put CBM resources at 93 tcf while Shale gas resources vary from 45 to 96 tcf. While CBM projects started more than a decade back, the levels of commercial production are low and big ramp up is also not visualised. The Shale Gas and Shale Oil work is at very early stages with some pilot drilling underway for assessment. ONGC has drilled few wells and further work has been planned due to reportedly encouraging results. India is confronted with growing energy demand and growing energy imports. While energy demand with economic growth go hand in hand, it is imperative for India to reduce its intensity of energy imports as this is becoming unsustainable and exposes the domestic energy market to many unforeseen risks and uncertainties. India therefore needs to go all out for its conventional, unconventional and renewable energy resources to build a formidable domestic energy supply sector and thus enhance security of energy supplies. Coming back to US success story and big jump in production of unconventional hydrocarbons, the following are the key factors a) policy and regulatory support by Govt b) availability of gas pipeline infrastructure across the country and connected to markets c) availability of ready gas markets d) presence of very strong service sector to provide various services at competitive prices e) presence of large number of companies in oil and gas sector and f) an active Govt- IndustryCommunity interface to address community issues around hydro fracturing, water and air quality etc. Needless to say, all these would be required if US success story has to be replicated in other countries. Hydro racing is central to exploitation of unconventional resources and also at the centre of all subsurface and surface issues facing shale oil and shale gas exploitation. Review of critical success factors for USA also clearly establish that India is far from ready to take economic benefit of its unconventional hydrocarbon resources. However this should not act as a damper to India’s pursuit to efficiently exploit its energy resources. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas has issued policy guidelines on exploration and exploitation of shale gas and oil by national oil companies under the ‘nomination regime’. Based on this, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) would take up 175 blocks and Oil India Ltd (OIL) another 15 blocks, in three assessment phases. Policy for exploitation of unconventional oil and gas in blocks awarded under NELP rounds is under development stage. Govt of India, State Govt, oil and gas industry, service sector companies and other stakeholders have to come together to develop a road map and assume respective responsibilities to make Unconventional Oil and Gas happen in India. The economic and social benefits will far outweigh the aggregate efforts required by all stakeholders. The Conference has been designed with above issues and objectives in consideration. For Conference Updates & Online Registration please visit: http://infraline.com/Events
  3. 3. 13th March, 2014, Hotel Shangri-La, New Delhi Agenda Session I- Inaugural Session • Welcome Address CEO, Infraline • Drilling Needs- Well Construct, Intensity of drilling for economic projects • Introductory Address on Theme COO, Infraline • Hydrofracing- Key Issues and how industry has responded. • Global Distribution of Unconventional Resources of Hydrocarbons and their Potential • Profile of Services sector in IndiaUnconventional Gas. How prepared it is? • Challenges in Exploitation of Unconventional Hydrocarbons- Policy-Regulatory-OperationalEnvironmental-Community etc. • Case Study- Successful Unconventional Hydrocarbons Project- Critical Success Factors Session II - India’s EndowmentUnconventional Resources • CBM Resources Exploitation- OpportunitiesChallenges and Status of exploitation • Shale Gas and Oil Resources Potential- GOI Way Forward • Global Best Practices- Policy and Regulatory Framework • Case Study- ONGC’s experience with Shale Gas and Shale Oil pilot projects Session III- Role of Service SectorUnconventional Hydrocarbons. • Conventional Hydrocarbons vs Unconventional Hydrocarbons- Key Differences Who Should Attend MoPNG, MoEF, E&P Service Providers, Oil and Field Services Companies, Government and State Regulatory Bodies, Technology Providers, Director General of Hydrocarbons, Consultants, Law Firms, Banks and Financial Institutions, Survey Organizations Educational Institutes, IT Firms etc. Session IV International Experiences including Social and Environmental Aspects • Unconventional Focus- Key Aspects- USA, China, Argentina, Europe • Issues around Hydrofrac and water management- Community Aspects • Logistics & Environmental Issues- Air and Noise Pollution, Stakeholders Interfacing aspects Session V- Panel Duiscussion • Is India serious about its Unconventional Resources? What top THREE aspects need immediate attention to make Unconventional’s happen in India? About InfralineEnergy InfralineEnergy organizes conferences in the areas of Power, Oil & Gas, Coal, Legal, Infrastructure and Renewable Energy. Our conferences have been far reaching successes and have received rave reviews. Schedules are adhered to and there is adequate time for discussion. A lot of emphasis is given to time devoted for networking and business opportunities. We are also an accredited premier service provider of critical business information, industry databases, business intelligence and related services in the Energy Sector. The company offers various reports and online databases for sectors like Coal, Oil & Gas, Power, Upstream and Renewable Energy. For Conference Updates & Online Registration please visit: http://infraline.com/Events
  4. 4. Registration Form Delegate Details Registration Fee (Please use BLOCK LETTERS) First Name : Last Name: Indian Delegate Foreign Delegate Before February 27, 2014* `20,000 $350 Standard Price Title: Mr./Mrs./Ms `24,000 $450 Job Title There is also a 10% team discount for a group of 3 executives from the same company, 15% discount on a group of 5 and 20% discount on a group of 7 or more. Company Address The registration fee for State Electricity Boards and their successor units (stateowned Gencos, Transcos and Discoms), regulatory authorities and academic institutions will be INR 10,000 (+service tax) per participant City –– * o qualify for discounts, payments must be received latest by T February 27, 2014. –– 12.36% Service Tax payable separately. –– Our PAN No. is AAACI7075E –– The conference is a non-residential programme. Postal Code Email Tel Mobile Fax Sponsorship Opportunities Available Payment Method NEFT/RTGS Instructions  Cheque/DD payable to “Infraline Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd.”  Credit / Debit card: Amex Visa Expiry Date _________ / _________ Signature _____________ New Delhi 110001 503011022657 IFSC / NEFT Code Card No________________________________________ 23 Barakhamba Road, Narain Manzil, Bank Account No ING Vysya Bank Mastercard Infraline Technologies (India) Pvt. Ltd. Bank Address  NEFT/RTGS transfer Beneficiary Bank Name payable at New Delhi. VYSA0005030 MICR Code 110064003 Sponsor the event to Build your Brand recognition Showcase your company and solutions Communicate what you are/ what you do Broaden your marketing reach Connect with decision makers and influencers Stall Space available for Exhibitors To register contact Gargi Goswami, Conferences InfralineEnergy 14th Floor, Atmaram House, 1, Tolstoy Marg, New Delhi - 110001 Tel: +91 11 66250011 (D), 46250000 (B), Mob: 8130960957, Fax: +91 11 46250099 Email: gargi.goswami@infraline.com Wire transfer instructions are available at: http://infraline.com/wiretransferinstructions.doc ip orsh ons nities Sp rtu o e Opp vailabl a are For payments through Credit Card, please visit: http://infraline.com/onlinepayment

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