16th Latin Oil Week 2010


Source: Global Pacific & Partners

Now In Its 16th Year, Latin Oil Week 2010 is a key event for the Latin American Continent.

The 16th Latin Upstream 2010 is focused on the exploration industry, gas-LNG and GTL - with Speakers from Latin America and worldwide on competition, National Oil Companies, strategy and portfolio, new ventures, hydrocarbon potential, regional risks and management issues, integration in energy markets, domestic and cross-border oil and gas ventures, Independents, new basins and acreage, Bid Rounds, future fuels, company strategies, and the future of Latin American and Caribbean oil, gas and energy.

Our 6th Latin Petroleum: Strategy Briefing 2010 provides an in-depth examination of the upstream oil and gas-LNG strategies in exploration and development in Latin America, and the strategies of Corporates, Governments and State Oil Players on the Continent. Presentations are made by Dr Duncan Clarke (Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners) in an intensive and interactive forum.


The Agencia Nacional de Hidrocarburos (ANH) invites you to attend the OPEN ROUND COLOMBIA 2010 -Managed by Global Pacific & Partners, during 16th Latin Upstream 2010: Rio Sheraton Hotel, Brazil: 22-24th March, 2010

The Roadshow includes three days of Data Rooms: March 22 - 24, 2010 - Plus full-day Presentation Session, March 22, 2010.

DATA ROOMS: Leme Room, March 22-24, 2010; 9:00am - 5:00pm. Appointments for a Data Room Session: Please contact: sonika@glopac-partners.com

ANH: OPEN ROUND COLOMBIA PRESENTATION SESSION: Copacabana Room: March 22, 2010: 9:00am - 6:00pm. To RSVP for the PRESENTATION SESSION, please contact: Sonika Greyvenstein email: sonika@glopac-partners.com

Deadline for Registration: March 22, 2010: OPEN ROUND COLOMBIA 2010, please visit: www.rondacolombia2010.com/index_lang.php

Conference Confirmed Speakers

EMB Andre Amado, Under-Secretary for Energy & High Technology, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Brasil
Christopher Smith, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Oil & Natural Gas, US Department of Energy
Patrick Pluen, Director General, Total E&P do Brasil Ltda
George Buck, President, Chevron Brasil
Suzana Kahn Ribeiro, Secretary of Climate Change & Environment Quality, Ministry of Environment of Brazil
Nelson Narciso, Director, ANP, Brazil

Sergio Tovar, Director Executive, Brazil, PDVSA do Brasil Ltda
Dr Armando Zamora, Director General, ANH, Colombia
Senior Executive, YPFB
Daniel Saba, Chairman of The Board, Perupetro
Dr Duncan Clarke, Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners
Edward Miller, Vice President Southern Cone, AEI Energy
Alvaro Rios, Director of Business Development, Gas Energy Latin America
Jose Magela Bernardes, President, Bolivian Chamber of Hydrocarbons
Prof Emilson dos Santos, Associate Professor, University of Sao Paulo
Eugene Okphere, General Manager, Sasol Petroleum International
Celso Oliveira, President & CEO, Brazil Biomass & Renewable Energy Corp
Elsia Paz, President, Renewable Energy Federation for Central America & The Caribbean (FERCCA)
Prof Cleveland Jones, Universidade de Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Daniel Sankar, Director of Energy Financing, First Caribbean International Bank
Alejandro Martinez, President, Colombian Oil Association
Carlos Garibaldi, Managing Director, Standard Chartered Bank
Edgar Hernandez, Business Development Manager, Ecopetrol
Dr Hector de Santa ana Alvarez, Gerente Exploracion y Produccion, ANCAP, Uruguay
Dr Raymond Wright, Managing Director, Petroleum Corp of Jamaica
Jerry Witney, MultiClient Manager, Latin America, PGS Marine Geophysical
Greg Hebertson, Exploration Manager Brazil, Anadarko Petroleo
Hiroshi Akai, General Manager, Inpex
Mauricio de la Mora, General Manager, Colombia, Interoil
Kjetil Solbraekke, Cheif Executive Officer, Norse Energy do Brasil
Michael Morgan, VP, Business Development, Harvest Natural Resources
Tim Zoba Jr, General Manager, Applied Strategy, IHS Energy, USA
Alberto Harambour, Country Manager, PetroMagallanes, Chile
David Horgan, Managing Director, Pan Andean Resources
Dr Gilbert Canton, President & CEO, Belize Natural Energy Ltd
David Voght, MD, Mexico & Venezuela, IPD Latin America
Conference Key Focus

Latin American Landscapes: Upstream & Exploration Game
Key Influences In Latin Hydrocarbons
Latin Gas-LNG and GTL Ventures
Government Strategies, Acreage & Assets
Licensing Agencies
Reserve & Production Outlook
Mature Exploration Zones
Heavy Oil & EOR Potential
Deepwater Potential & New Frontiers
Caribbean States & Central Latin America
Southern Cone Gas
Hydrocarbon Frontier States: New Plays & Opportunities
Latin Giants: Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico
Minnows, Independents & Super-Majors Active In The Region
Foreign State Players Taking Acreage & Joint Venture Positioning & Emerging Players – Local and Global Player

16th Latin Oil Week
22nd - 24th March 2010, Sheraton Rio Hotel, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Latin American Oil & Energy Intergration
World Class Players, Heavy Oil Projects, Potential LNG Ventures, Foreign Player Entries, Growing A&D Business


Organised & Hosted By: Global Pacific & Partners - Contact: Sonika@glopac.com

Date: 22-24 March 2010 Venue: Sheraton Rio Hotel, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Website: www.petro21.com or 16th Latin Oil Week Online Registration

Registration Fees: 25% Discount will be provided on Delegate Fees for Pre-Registration prior 28th February 2010

Strategy Briefing: USD 1,995 Conference: USD 1,995 Combined Fees: USD 3,495

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