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Featuring over 80 of the industry’s


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Managing Director,
ENERGY CAPITAL ASSEMBLY AMERICAS CCMP Capital

Forging Global Partnerships Tom Petrie


to Capitalise on a New Era of Vice Chairman,
Bank of America–Merrill Lynch
Oil & Gas Investment

Ed Morse
Global Head, Commodity Research,
Credit Suisse

Jan Stuart
Global Oil Economist,
Macquarie Group

26-28 October, 2010


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Chairman and CEO,

New York City, USA


Energy XXI

Luis Giusti
CEO,
The defining event for the global oil and gas, finance Alange Energy Corp

and investment communities


• Industry leaders discuss the dynamics and driving factors of today’s new
economic and financial landscapes Ken Hersh
CEO,
• Oil and gas CEOs and CFOs talk on the challenges they now face in ensuring
NGP Energy Capital Management
new growth against a backdrop of market uncertainly and increased volatility
and regulation
• Banking experts explore the future of energy banking and its implications on oil
and gas companies
• A plethora of investors, capital providers and financiers tackle the big issues
facing oil and gas executives: new investment strategies, capital expenditure, John Moon
accessing the current public and private money markets, capital raising trends, Managing Director,
Morgan Stanley Private Equity
M&A and A&D deal flow and exploration strategies
• Plus special sessions focussing on private equity, the independent oil and gas
markets, the future of unconventionals and Latin America

Bob Sinnott
Lead Partners: President,
Kayne Anderson

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Welcome

Forging Global “It’s vitally important for a company like


EOR Inc, with the potential for production to

Partnerships to
increase nine fold in four years through low
risk in-fill drilling and CO2 EOR, to share our
story and investment opportunities with our
peers and leading industry investors. We

Capitalise on a New Era


welcome the opportunity to do so at this
important Assembly.”
Barry Lasker, President and CEO, Enhanced

of Oil & Gas Investment


Oil Resources Inc.

“The issues raised and discussed at this


Assembly are crucial to any executives
understanding of midcap E&P sector.”
Alistair Stobie, EVP, New Ventures, Panoro
Energy
Dear Colleague,
“An opportunity to discuss and experience
Our Americas Assembly’s primary objective is to deliver insight into how the current financial, economic first hand how the vast range of
and investment landscapes are interlacing and interacting with our industry and the challenges and independent E&P companies add value for
opportunities they now present to oil and gas executives. shareholders and stakeholders”
Tim Heeley, Commercial Director,
To bring you this unique event we have joined forces with over 40 industry partners assembling an
unprecedented speaker faculty that already includes senior executives from: Simmons & Co, BAML, Nighthawk Energy
Credit Suisse, JP Morgan Chase, Macquarie, GE Asset Management, NGP Energy Capital Management,
Morgan Stanley, The World Bank / IFC, Van Eck Global, UTIMCO, Carlson Capital, Blake, Cassels & Graydon “I know of no other event where Directors
LLP, TSX, Taylor-DeJongh, Sanford Bernstein, Ammonite Resources Company, Wood Mackenzie, Shell of emerging and high potential oil and gas
E&P, BP, Petrobras, Schlumberger, Inter-American Development Bank, Energy XXI, Bankers Petroleum,
companies listed on the London markets
Remora Energy, Petrosantander, Alange Energy, American Petroleum Institute, IHS CERA, Gas Rock
Capital and PFC Energy, Kayne Anderson, CCMP and Accenture and Akin Gump. can engage and network so effectively
with key investors, financiers, advisors and
Drawing from a global network of business leaders our Assembly guarantees you unparalleled access peers and thereby forge those essential
to key stakeholders and decision makers from across the oil and gas industry. Our agenda has been relationships that fuel business and
created and shaped by our Council Committee, Partners and Members to ensure an event of focussed
growth.”
content, though provoking discussion and real actionable market insight.
David Greer OBE, CEO, Regal Petroleum
Topics to be debated include: new growth strategies for today’s marketplace; pioneering industry
leadership; emerging CEO challenges; changing investor sentiment and investment strategies; the “Long term financial partnerships have
macroeconomic environment; the future of energy banking; current trends and price points for debt, never been more important to the
project finance, mezzanine capital and RBL; recent M&A, A&D and IPO activity; small-cap financing;
success of oil and gas companies. We
the rising influence of unconventional energy sources; the role of private capital/equity in tomorrow’s
industry; independent exploration; and an investment forum on Latin America. look forward to sharing our thoughts and
continuing to build these relationships at
By attending you can share ideas, discuss key challenges and explore new opportunities face-to- this important event”
face in a series of engaging discussion sessions and entertaining networking activities alongside other Lance Crist, Global Head, IFC Oil and Gas
recognised business leaders, market pioneers and industry executives.
Investments
Whether you’re a senior oil and gas executive, or an energy focussed banker, broker, accountant,
economist, venture capitalist, institutional investor, private equity partner, financial advisor, analyst or
service provider, interaction with our attendees at this Assembly will prove invaluable to your future Breakdown of our audience:
business.

Furthermore our Gala Dinner on the night of October 27th ensures even more business development
opportunities, as well as, a memorable night with your peers, partners and prospects.

We look forward to welcoming you to New York City in October. Space is limited so please book your
place today!

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CEO
Oil & Gas Companies
The Oil Council
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Featured speakers

Confirmed speakers
Renowned Oil & Gas Executives
• Alistair Stobie, EVP, New Ventures, Panoro Energy
• Sir Alan Collins KCVO CMG, British Consul-General, New
York and Director General, UKTI (USA)
Steve Bell Melvyn Giles • Andrew Moorfield, Global Head, Oil & Gas, Lloyds Banking
President and CEO, Global Theme Leader, Group
Remora Energy Unconventional Gas, Shell • Antonio Barbalho, Global Head, Oil, Gas, Mining and
Energy, MIGA, The World Bank
Exploration and Production • Art Vivar, Executive Vice President and CFO, Rangeland
Energy LLC
• Barry Lasker, President and CEO, Enhanced Oil Resources
• Ben Dell, Senior Energy Analyst, Sanford Bernstein
• Board Member, Bankers Petroleum (either Abby Badwi,
CEO, or Doug Urch, CFO)
• Bob Sinnot, President, Kayne Energy
Theodore Helms Chris Hopkins • Brian Spector, Managing Director, Structured Products, BP
Executive Manager and Vice President, • Chris Hopkins, Vice President, Unconventional Resources,
Global Head, Investor Unconventional Resources, Schlumberger
• Chris McLean, President, Stonechair Capital
Relations, Petrobras Schlumberger
• Christopher Sheehan, Senior Vice President and Director,
M&A Research, IHS Herold
• David Greer OBE, CEO, Regal Petroleum
• Dr Herman Franssen, Founder and President, International
Energy Associates
• Ed Morse, Global Head, Commodity Research, Credit
Suisse
Energy Banking Experts • G. Warfield ‘Skip’ Hobbs, Managing Partner, Ammonite
Resources Company and President-Elect, American
Geological Institute
• Grant Darnell, SVP, Graves & Co
Terry Newendorp Kelly Plato • Ian Fay, Founding Partner, Odin Advisors LLC
Chairman and CEO, Managing Director, • Ian Gollop, Executive Vice President, Petrosantander
Taylor-DeJongh NGP Capital Resources • James “JW” Vitalone, Senior Vice President, Investment
Banking, Oberon Securities
Company
• James Wicklund, Principal and Portfolio Manager, Carlson
Capital LLC
• Jan Stuart, Global Oil Economist, Macquarie Group
• Jed Bailey, Managing Director, Applied Research
Consulting, IHS CERA
• Jess Larsen, President and Senior Managing Director,
Katana Oil & Gas Fund
Lance Crist Scott Johnson • Johan Nell, Global Upstream Lead, Accenture
Global Head, Oil & Gas, Co-Founder, Weisser, • John D’Agostino, Owner, Dagger LLC
IFC / World Bank Johnson & Co. and • John Felmy, Chief Economist, American Petroleum Institute
GasRock Capital LLC • John Moon, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley Private
Equity
• John Schiller Jr, Chairman and CEO, Energy XXI
• Julie Wilson, Senior Analyst, Gulf of Mexico Research, Wood
Mackenzie
• Karl Kurz, Managing Director, CCMP Capital
• Kelly Plato, Managing Director, NGP Capital Resources
Acclaimed Market Commentators Company
• Ken Hersh, CEO, NGP Energy Capital Management
• Lance Crist, Global Head, Oil & Gas, IFC / World Bank
• Laurent Lavigne du Cadet, Deputy CEO, Taylor-DeJongh
• Lawrence Eagles, Global Head, Oil Research, JPMorgan
G. Warfield ‘Skip’ Hobbs John Felmy Chase
Managing Partner, Chief Economist, American • Lew Watts, Chairman, North America, Regester Larkin
Ammonite Resources Petroleum Institute • Luis Giusti, CEO, Alange Energy Corp
Company and President- • Mark Finley, General Manager, Global Energy Markets & US
Economics, BP America (awaiting final confirmation)
Elect, American
• Mark Warner, Senior Director, Natural Resources Investing,
Geological Institute The University of Texas Investment Management Company
(UTIMCO)
• Melvyn Giles, Global Theme Leader, Unconventional Gas,
Shell Exploration and Production
Roger Diwan Lawrence Eagles • Mike Corley, President, EnRisk Partners, LLC
• Nabil Barakat, President and CEO, Wamar International
Partner and Head, Global Head, Oil Research, • Nabil Makahleh, Director, Investment and Finance, Wamar
Financial Advisory, PFC JPMorgan Chase International
Energy • Nick Koutsoftas, Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager
& Global Sector Leader, Commodities, GE Asset
Management
• Randy Stilley, President and CEO, Seahawk Drilling
• Roger Diwan, Partner and Head, Financial Advisory, PFC
Energy
• Scott Cochlan, Partner, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Leading Fund Managers • Scott Johnson, Co-Founder, Weisser, Johnson & Co. and
GasRock Capital LLC
• Senior Representative, TSX
• Shawn Reynolds, Senior Energy Analyst and Investment
James Wicklund Nick Koutsoftas Team Leader, Van Eck Global
• Sir Allan Collins, UKTI
Principal and Portfolio Senior Vice President, • Silvana Tordo, Lead Energy Economist, World Bank
Manager, Carlson Capital Portfolio Manager & • Steve Bell, President and CEO, Remora Energy
LLC Global Sector Leader, • Terry Newendorp, Chairman and CEO, Taylor-DeJongh
Commodities, GE Asset • Theodore Helms, Executive Manager and Global Head,
Management Investor Relations, Petrobras
• Tim Heeley, Commercial Director, Nighthawk Energy
• Tom Petrie, Vice Chairman, Bank of America–Merrill Lynch
• Tray Black, Former CFO, Lime Rock Resources
• Warren Weissman, Chief, Corporate Finance Division, Inter-
Mark Warner Shawn Reynolds American Development Bank
Senior Director, Natural Senior Energy Analyst and • William Transier, Chairman, CEO and President, Endeavour
International Corporation
Resources Investing, Investment Team Leader,
• Ziad Abdelnour, President and CEO, Blackhawk Partners
The University of Texas Van Eck Global
Investment Management Read more about our speakers at
Company (UTIMCO)
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Key dates

Tuesday, 26 October 2010


Emerging Leaders Day
09:00 – 10:20 Keynote Analysts Session (PLENARY)
“Unlocking the Value and Realising the Potential of the Independent Oil & Gas Markets – Who are the Leaders of Tomorrow?”

11:00 – 12:20 International Investment Showcase I (PLENARY)


“Insights from Emerging Oil & Gas and Oilfield Services Leaders”

12:20 – 14:00 Extended Quick-fire Networking Session

14:00 – 16:30 International Investment Showcase II (PLENARY):


“Insights from Emerging Oil & Gas and Oilfield Services Leaders”

16:30 – 19:00 Ice-breaker Drinks Reception

Wednesday, 27 October 2010


Main Event – DAY 1
09:00 – 10:30 Keynote Economists Session (PLENARY)
“Assessing the Ramifications of a New Macroeconomic Environment on Oil and Gas”

11:00 – 12:20 Keynote CEO Session (PLENARY)


“Views from the Corner Office: Implementing New Business Strategies and Practices to Ensure New Growth against a Backdrop of Market
Uncertainty”

13:30 – 15:00 Keynote Bankers Session (PLENARY):


“The Future of Energy Banking: New Rules or New Ballgame?”

15:00 – 15:20 Introduction to the Latin America Investment Forum (PLENARY):


“The Growing Importance of Offshore Brazil in Tomorrow’s Global Energy Industry”

16:00 – 17:30 Latin America Investment Forum (STREAM A):


“Exploring New Business and Investment Opportunities in Latin America”

16:00 – 17:30 Institutional Investor Session (STREAM B):


“Buy? Sell? Hold? Picking the Investments of Tomorrow”

17:30 – 22:00 Networking Reception, Entertainment and Dinner

Thursday, 28 October 2010


Main Event – DAY 2
08:00 – 08:40 Special Breakfast Briefing
“What Does the Future of the Gulf of Mexico hold for Oil & Gas Companies?”

09:00 – 10:30 Keynote Private Capital Session (PLENARY):


“How Will Private Equity Investments and Partnerships Shape Tomorrow’s Industry?”

11:00 – 12:20 Keynote M&A and A&D Session (PLENARY):


“Banking the Biggest Bang for your Buck – Achieving Optimal and Sustainable Deal Value from your M&A and A&D Transactions”

13:45 – 17:00 Unconventionals Session (STREAM A):


“Investing in the Unconventional”

13:45 – 15:00 Financing and Capital Raising Session I (STREAM B):


“The Highs and Lows of Riding the Capital Raising Rollercoaster”

15:45 – 17:00 Financing and Capital Raising Session II (STREAM B):


“Punching Above Your Weight – How Small-Caps and Start-Ups can Secure Market-Beating Financing”

19:30 – 23:00 Speakers Dinner

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Program

Wednesday, 27 October 2010


Main Event – DAY 1
09:00 – 10:30 Keynote Economists Session (PLENARY)
“Assessing the Ramifications of a New Macroeconomic Environment on Oil and Gas”

Market uncertainly and fears of contagion coupled with the differing financial fortunes and growth projections of OECD and non-OECD
countries have ensured today’s global economic picture has never been more complex to understand and map. In this special session we
welcome a cross-section of leading industry economists to explore this complex landscape, the key factors that are driving and shaping it,
the dynamics underpinning it and the ramifications these have for the oil and gas industry and commodity prices in the short, medium and
long-term. Points of discussion include:
• What are the emerging factors influencing post-crises energy economics; new energy policy, refinery woes, resource nationalism, new
financial, trading and regulatory reforms?
• The impact of sovereign debt fears, defaults and bailouts on the financial and investment communities: what are the implications for
the energy industry?
• What consequences will continued volatility in currency prices have on oil and gas investment/equities?
• Future supply-demand expectations/projections: is Chinese and non-OECD [demand] growth sustainable?
• Future oil & gas price forecasts: will we see a $100 oil ceiling or a $100 floor, and when, if ever, will natural gas prices fully recover?

Session speakers include:


• Ed Morse, Global Head, Commodity Research, Credit Suisse
• Lawrence Eagles, Global Head, Oil Research, JPMorgan Chase
• Jan Stuart, Global Oil Economist, Macquarie Group
• Dr Herman Franssen, Founder and President, International Energy Associates
• Mark Finley, General Manager, Global Energy Markets & US Economics, BP America (awaiting final confirmation)
• Silvana Tordo, Lead Energy Economist, World Bank
With keynote addresses from Ed Morse and Jan Stewart

11:00 – 12:20 Keynote CEO Session (PLENARY)


“Views from the Corner Office: Implementing New Business Strategies and Practices to Ensure New Growth against a Backdrop of Market
Uncertainty”

We’ve gathered a number of seasoned veterans to reflect on the lessons they have learned following the crises, how their priorities have
changed, the leadership qualities they relied upon and how they are overcoming the challenges of juggling corporate governance,
M&A threats/opportunities, ensuring sustainable growth, retaining human talent and adapting to increasing regulation. Points of discussion
include:
• Visionary and strategic leadership; managing and growing a world class independent in today’s markets
• Pioneers? Stalwarts? Followers? What role must independents play in tomorrow’s O&G industry?
• Emerging challenges for the CEO (M&A, governance, human capital, share value, increasing regulation, SEC reserves classification,
sustainable growth, debt/equity financing)

Session speakers include:


• John Schiller Jr, Chairman and CEO, Energy XXI
• Steve Bell, President and CEO, Remora Energy
• Randy Stilley, President and CEO, Seahawk Drilling
• Luis Giusti, CEO, Alange Energy Corp
• David Greer OBE, CEO, Regal Petroleum
With keynote addresses from John Schiller and Luis Giusti

13:30 – 15:00 Keynote Bankers Session (PLENARY)


“The Future of Energy Banking: New Rules or New Ballgame?”

The landscape of energy banking has altered significantly over the past 12 months. We witnessed a record number of oil and gas
financings, particularly equity, as well as, the introduction of new banking regulation and the emergence of new key players in the sector.
Our session speakers have been responsible for leading a swathe capital raisings and transactions across the sector. Here you’ll have the
opportunity of hearing their collective thoughts on today’s banking environment, the impact of financial reform, recent transaction trends
and deal flow, the outlook for IPOs and lending capability. Points of discussion include:
• Exploring a new equilibrium in oil and gas debt and equity markets
• How significantly have the dynamics of energy banking changed recently? Will new banking reform and oversight affect future lending
capacity? What are the implications of these for oil and gas companies?
• We’re open for business! But which projects are getting financed and which are not?
• Emerging trends, tools, techniques and T&Cs in oil and gas banking and financing
• Examining recent IPO activity and appetite. What is the IPO outlook for 2011?

Session speakers include:


• Terry Newendorp, Chairman and CEO, Taylor-DeJongh
• Tom Petrie, Vice Chairman, Bank of America–Merrill Lynch
• Lance Crist, Global Head, Oil & Gas, IFC / World Bank
• Andrew Moorfield, Global Head, Oil & Gas, Lloyds Banking Group
With a keynote address from Tom Petrie

Randy Stilley Mark Finley Andrew Moorfield


President and CEO, Seahawk General Manager, Global Global Head, Oil & Gas,
Drilling Energy Markets & US Lloyds Banking Group
Economics, BP America
(awaiting final confirmation)

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Program

Wednesday, 27 October 2010


Main Event – DAY 1
15:00 – 15:20 Introduction to the Latin America Investment Forum (PLENARY)
“The Growing Importance of Offshore Brazil in Tomorrow’s Global Energy Industry”

Special guest speaker:


• Theodore Helms, Executive Manager and Global Head, Investor Relations, Petrobras

16: 00 – 17:30 Latin America Investment Forum (STREAM A)


“Exploring New Business and Investment Opportunities in Latin America”

Latin America is increasingly becoming a region of huge significant importance and interest for oil and gas companies, large, medium
and small. To discuss the changing dynamics of the region and the investment opportunities it now presents we welcome a plethora
of recognised industry pioneers and market commentators who have worked extensively across Latin America to discuss how they are
overcoming key business challenges to grow and develop successful oil and gas companies and service providers. Points of discussion
include:
• Winning business strategies, the economic landscape, E&P outlook, finance availability, market dynamics, risk management, regional
challenges and new investment opportunities

Session speakers include:


• Steve Bell, President and CEO, Remora Energy
• Luis Giusti, CEO, Alange Energy Corp
• Theodore Helms, Executive Manager and Global Head, Investor Relations, Petrobras
• Ian Gollop, Executive Vice President, Petrosantander
• Jed Bailey, Managing Director, Applied Research Consulting, IHS CERA
• Warren Weissman, Chief, Industries & Services Division,Inter-American Development Bank
With a keynote address from Steve Bell

16:30 – 17:30 Institutional Investor Session (STREAM B)


“Buy? Sell? Hold? Picking the Investments of Tomorrow”

Investors have endured a rollercoaster ride recently with oil and gas stocks. Share price volatility, the BP disaster for US deepwater drilling
legislation, exploration disappointments and share dilution from rights issues have shied away more cautious investors from the sector.
Specialist investors have however delivered market-leading returns from their energy portfolios. We’ve gathered North America’s most
respected fund managers and investment advisors to discuss their investment portfolios, strategies and criteria so they can tell you where
they are going to invest in tomorrow’s oil and gas industry! Points of discussion include:
• Risk vs. reward: current investor appetite / sentiment towards oil and gas
• Cash? Assets? Management? E, D or P? Onshore? Offshore? Conventional? Unconventional? The current criteria of energy investors
revealed
• New investment strategies: long, short, commodity based, regionally based
• Juniors, mid-caps, majors, NOCs: buy, sell, hold? Who will tomorrow’s winners be?
• Emerging investment opportunities to look out for in 2011: companies, countries, commodities

Session speakers include:


• John D’Agostino, Owner, Dagger LLC
• James Wicklund, Principal and Portfolio Manager, Carlson Capital LLC
• Nick Koutsoftas, Senior Vice President, Portfolio Manager & Global Sector Leader, Commodities, GE Asset Management
• Mark Warner, Senior Director, Natural Resources Investing, The University of Texas Investment Management Company (UTIMCO)
• Shawn Reynolds, Senior Energy Analyst and Investment Team Leader, Van Eck Global
• Antonio Barbalho, Global Head, Oil, Gas, Mining and Energy, MIGA, The World Bank
• Ziad Abdelnour, President and CEO, Blackhawk Partners
With a special address from John D’Agostino

17:30 – 22:00 Networking Reception and Entertainment


“How Serious a Failure is the USA’s Non-Adoption of a Rational Energy Policy?”

Special Guest Speakers:


• G. Warfield ‘Skip’ Hobbs, Managing Partner, Ammonite Resources Company and President-Elect, American Geological Institute
• Sir Alan Collins KCVO CMG, British Consul-General, New York and Director General, UKTI (USA)

John D’Agostino Antonio Barbalho Ian Gollop


Owner, Dagger LLC Global Head, Oil, Gas, Executive Vice President,
Mining and Energy, MIGA, Petrosantander
The World Bank

“For companies looking to acquire more information on the Canadian oil and gas market
and how to access the financing and other opportunities it now presents, this Assembly
is the perfect opportunity to meet and speak to key advisors like Blakes, as well as,
Canadian companies who themselves are success stories of growing internationally”

Scott Cochlan (Partner) and Janan Paskaran (Senior Associate), Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

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Program

Thursday, 28 October 2010


Main Event – DAY 2
08:00 – 08:40 Special Breakfast Briefing
“What Does the Future of the Gulf of Mexico hold for Oil & Gas Companies?”

The recent disaster in the Gulf of Mexico will have wide ranging consequences across the oil and gas industry both in the US and
internationally. Tighter drilling regulation, stricter operational oversight, larger insurance premiums and liabilities, increased drilling and
development costs and more complex reputational challenges are transpiring as a result. It is a ‘game changing event’ but to what
extent? What business challenges do oil and gas companies now face in the region? Is the region still an attractive investment prospect?
We’re joined by Julie Wilson from Wood Mackenzie who’ll share with us new analytical insights into the region: recent E&P activity,
economic factors now influencing company success and the implications of tighter government regulation on the region. To add to the
discussion Lew Watts will explore the increasing reputational and crisis management challenges oil and gas companies now face when
operating/investing in the Gulf of Mexico and what lessons companies can learn from the recent BP disaster.

Guest speakers:
• Julie Wilson, Senior Analyst, Gulf of Mexico Research, Wood Mackenzie
• Lew Watts, Chairman, North America, Regester Larkin

09:00 – 10:20 Keynote Private Capital Session (PLENARY)


“How Will Private Equity Investments and Partnerships Shape Tomorrow’s Industry?”

The presence of private equity has been somewhat muted in the past year as funds have focussed on meeting cash calls and developing
their existing portfolios. But with new capital inflows and brimming war chests their influence could be pivotal in ensuring the sustained
recovery of the industry going forward. To discuss the importance of the role they will play we’ve gathered a number of renowned private
equity fund managers and executives from PE backed oil and gas companies to comment on their investment strategies, portfolios,
experiences, opportunities and their outlook for private capital going into 2011. Points of discussion include:
• Stick or twist? Exploring the latest investment parameters, criteria and strategies of PE investors
• Current private funding capacity and availability for start-up and small-cap companies
• Learning from successful investments: best practice in deal conception, execution and value creation
• How significant a role will PE investment(s) play in shaping tomorrow’s oil and gas landscape?
• The outlook for energy-focused PE in 2011: market challenges and opportunities

Session speakers include:


• Ken Hersh, CEO, NGP Energy Capital Management
• John Moon, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley Private Equity
• Jess Larsen, President and Senior Managing Director, Katana Energy Fund
• Kelly Plato, Managing Director, NGP Capital Resources Company
• Bob Sinnott, President, Kayne Energy
• Brian Spector, Managing Director, Structured Products, BP
• Karl Kurz, Managing Director, CCMP Capital

Including special remarks from guest keynote chair Ken Hersh and a keynote address from John Moon:
“Dispelling the myths of the costs and consequences of private equity financings? Why should today’s oil and gas CFOs/FDs consider
the private equity market before the public equity/debt markets? Is private capital still an alternative financing option or now the best
financing option?”
• John Moon, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley Private Equity

11:00 – 12:20 Keynote M&A and A&D Session (PLENARY)


“Banking the Biggest Bang for your Buck – Achieving Optimal and Sustainable Deal Value from your M&A and A&D Transactions”

Strong and relatively stable commodity prices have helped underwrite recent M&A activity as many companies have disposed of non-
core assets and sold off assets to strengthen their balance sheets. In the midst of continued market uncertainly and arguable asset
valuations can we expect a new wave of industry consolidation or simply sporadic transactions? Oil and gas company executives who
have recently leveraged the M&A market to create shareholder value join us here alongside leading M&A practitioners and advisors to
analyse recent M&A activity and deal flow, and discuss what corporate development strategies are most effectively for today’s markets.
Points of discussion include:
• The current M&A and A&D environment – opportunity or threat? Is it a Buyers or Sellers universe?
• Evaluating recent corporate-level and asset-level deal trends, metrics, economics and valuations
• The inside line: deal pricing, structuring, due diligence, and achieving optimal and sustainable value
• Has M&A overtaken exploration and organic growth as the key factor in ensuring new growth?
• Recent M&A and A&D case studies: who got it right, who got it wrong and why

Session Speakers include:


• Alistair Stobie, EVP, New Ventures, Panoro Energy
• Christopher Sheehan, Senior Vice President and Director, M&A Research, IHS Herold
• Ian Fay, Founding Partner, Odin Advisors LLC
• Grant Darnell, SVP, Graves & Co

Jess Larsen Brian Spector Christopher Sheehan


President and Senior Managing Director, Senior Vice President and
Managing Director, Katana Structured Products, BP Director, M&A Research, IHS
Oil & Gas Fund Herold

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Program

Thursday, 28 October 2010


Main Event – DAY 2
13:45 – 17:00 Unconventionals Session (STREAM A)
“Investing in the Unconventional”

Here renowned industry executives will explore the key business challenges oil and gas companies face in exploring and producing
unconventionals; discussing the exploration potential/outlook of unconventionals across the Americas; highlighting the strength and
weaknesses of the sector’s investment case and economic landscape. Points of discussion include:
• Supply and demand forecasts, underlying economics, new investment opportunities and market players
• Price forecast implications on the industry: who wins, who loses?
• Financing unconventional plays
• Which unconventional holds the most (i) exploration and (ii) investment potential?
• Unlocking the value in unconventional reserves: overcoming development, cost, technology, regulatory and reputational challenges

Session speakers include:


• John Felmy, Chief Economist, American Petroleum Institute
• Lew Watts, Chairman, North America, Regester Larkin
• Roger Diwan, Partner and Head, Financial Advisory, PFC Energy
• Chris Hopkins, Vice President, Unconventional Resources, Schlumberger
• Melvyn Giles, Global Theme Leader, Unconventional Gas, Shell Exploration and Production
With special addresses from John Felmy, Chris Hopkins and Melvyn Giles

13:45 – 15:15 Financing and Capital Raising Session I (STREAM B)


“The Highs and Lows of Riding the Capital Raising Rollercoaster”

Here we’ll dissect the current capital raising environment; emerging financing trends; the financial tools and vehicles now available to
CFOs/FDs; and the decision making processes of CFOs/FDs when choosing a financing solution. Points of discussion include:
• The challenges in effectively accessing, raising, securing and investing new capital in today’s markets
• Choosing the right financing option, structure and partner: what must CFOs/FDs now consider?
• Future outlooks and pricings for debt, RBL, project finance and mezzanine capital
• Ingredients for success: what must companies demonstrate to secure funding?
• Hedging and risk management strategies for today’s oil and gas climate.

Session speakers include:


• Scott Johnson, Co-Founder, Weisser, Johnson & Co. and GasRock Capital LLC
• Laurent Lavigne du Cadet, Deputy CEO, Taylor-DeJongh
• Scott Cochlan, Partner, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
• Mike Corley, President, EnRisk Partners, LLC
• Senior Representative, TSX
With a guest address from Scott Johnson on capital availability and mezzanine capital

15:45 – 17:00 Financing and Capital Raising Session II (STREAM B)


“Punching Above Your Weight – How Small-Caps and Start-Ups can Secure Market-Beating Financing”

Innovative approaches and specialist financing are increasingly being used by small-caps to raise capital in challenging market
conditions. Here we welcome a selection of CFOs, investors and financial advisors to discuss how small-caps can best leverage today’s
capital markets to fund the growth and development of their company. Points of discussion include:
• Analysing recent small-cap capital raisings: market trends / observations / challenges
• How can small-caps best raise capital today? Debt vs. equity vs. PE vs. strategic investors?
• Proven strategies and best practice in raising finance for small-caps
• Innovative small-cap financing: thinking outside the box to attract, bid and secure capital

Session speakers include:


• Chris McLean, President, Stonechair Capital
• Art Vivar, Executive Vice President and CFO, Rangeland Energy LLC
• James “JW” Vitalone, Senior Vice President, Investment Banking, Oberon Securities
• Tray Black, Former CFO, Lime Rock Resources

17:15 – 19:00 Networking Reception and Entertainment

19:30 – 23:00 Speakers Dinner

Laurent Lavigne du Cadet Scott Cochlan Art Vivar


Deputy CEO, Taylor-DeJongh Partner, Blake, Cassels & Executive Vice President and
Graydon LLP CFO, Rangeland Energy LLC

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Program

Tuesday, 26 October 2010


Emerging Leaders Day
09:00 – 10:20 Keynote Analysts Session (PLENARY)
“Unlocking the Value and Realising the Potential of the Independent Oil & Gas Markets – Who are the Leaders of Tomorrow?”

Today’s independents enable the progression of our industry, breed innovation, pioneers new frontiers, find and develop world-class
reservoirs and create new market leaders and entrepreneurs. Recently however many have suffered significant corporate setbacks, share
price capitulation and have scrambled to secure new equity financing from their existing investor bases. Some however have thrived and
capitalised on the opportunities recent market events have unearthed. To explore the sector and its outlook we’ve gathered some of the
world’s most respected oil and gas analysts to explore current market dynamics, valuations and to identify the companies best placed for
future growth. Points of discussion include:
• Current state of play and outlook for independent O&G companies, advisors, financiers and investors
• In today’s marketplace are cash flow and quality assets king? If not what is?
• Are current share prices accurately reflecting the real value of independents?
• Will the recent BP GoM disaster have an impact on small-/mid-caps ability to operate deep offshore?
• Separating the wheat from the chaff: who are currently the market’s best performing companies and who will potentially be the
companies of tomorrow?

Session Speakers Include:


• Ben Dell, Senior Energy Analyst, Sanford Bernstein
• Rafi Khouri, Oil & Gas Equity Analyst, Raymond James

Plus a special address on the future of the independent oil and gas markets from:
• William Transier, Chairman, CEO and President, Endeavour International Corporation
(Also includes a special Speed Debating Session – short and insightful dialogue with a table of your peers and prospects where you discuss
topical issues with the conclusions drawn helping to compile a snapshot of current market sentiment)

11:00 – 12:20 International Investment Showcase I (PLENARY)


“Insights from Emerging Oil & Gas and Oilfield Services Leaders”

A series of quick-fire corporate introductions into pioneering companies that are innovating the market with their business strategies and
operations. You’ll hear first-hand insights from the executives leading these companies as they share with you the challenges they are
overcoming, how they are positioning themselves for future growth and the investment opportunities they now posses. Global or regional?
New frontier or old frontier? Conventional or unconventional? Investing in people or investing in technology? Selecting the right strategy
for your company and your investors

Session speakers include:


• Nabil Barakat, President and CEO, Wamar International
• Board Member, Bankers Petroleum (either Abby Badwi, CEO, or Doug Urch, CFO)
• Tim Heeley, Commercial Director, Nighthawk Energy

12:20 – 14:00 Extended Quick-fire Networking Session


“Ensuring Face-to-Face Business Development Opportunities”

Quick-fire networking – a speedy and interactive networking session where we help introduce you to speakers and attendees through an
exercise based on the quick-fire exchange of business cards

14:00 – 16:30 International Investment Showcase II (PLENARY)


“Insights from Emerging Oil & Gas and Oilfield Services Leaders”

A series of quick-fire corporate introductions into pioneering companies that are innovating the market with their business strategies and
operations. You’ll hear first-hand insights from the executives leading these companies as they share with you the challenges they are
overcoming, how they are positioning themselves for future growth and the investment opportunities they now posses.

Session speakers include:


• Randy Stilley, President and CEO, Seahawk Drilling
• Barry Lasker, President and CEO, Enhanced Oil Resources
• Other Oil & Gas and Oilfield Services Companies to be confirmed soon...

16.30 – 19.00 Ice-breaker Drinks Reception

William Transier Nabil Barakat Ziad Abdelhour


Chairman, CEO and President and CEO, Wamar President and CEO,
President, Endeavour International Blackhawk Partners
International Corporation

“Financial partnerships have never been more important to the future success of
an oil and gas company. This Assembly is an excellent forum sharing thoughts and
strengthening relationships amongst companies, investors and banks.”

Terry Newendorp, Chairman & CEO, Taylor-DeJongh, Inc.

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Networking
opportunities

Extensive Networking Opportunities

20+ hours of networking with your peers


We know that networking with your peers, partners and prospects
is hugely important to your future business. With over 300 senior
level executives attending our Americas Energy Capital Assembly
and Gala Dinner we guarantee you unrivalled networking
opportunities via a diverse array of interactive activities

99 Quick-fire networking – a fun and interactive networking


session where we help introduce you to speakers and
attendees through a quick-fire exchange of business cards

99 Speed debating – short and insightful dialogue with a table


of your peers and prospects where you discuss topical issues
with the conclusions drawn helping to compile a snapshot of
current market sentiment

99 Interactive master-classes – not only to increase your


knowledge and understanding of key industry challenges but
also give you more extensive networking opportunities with
other like minded professionals

99 Interactive Q&A panel discussions – we open up the floor to


questions during our conference sessions ensuring you can
speak one-2-one with industry leaders and ask them their
opinion on critical business issues

99 Extensive online networking – The Oil Council’s executive


online network and social media groups ensures that you
can meet potential partners and prospects before you even
attend

99 Networking breaks and luncheons – we host extended buffet-


style breaks and lunches to ensure you can network quickly
and effectively with large numbers of attendees

99 Ice-breaker drinks reception – a purposefully created social


reception to break the ice with your peers and prospects
before the main Assembly begins

99 Champagne/prize draws – where our sponsors help to engage


all attendees by hosting champagne/prize draws during our
networking and drinks receptions

99 The Oil Council’s Gala Dinner – an influential meeting of


executives in an entertaining and enjoyable evening designed
to maximise your networking opportunities in a more relaxed
and social environment

Whether you are looking to raise your industry profile, generate


new business leads, promote your market offerings/opportunities,
or simply engage with other industry leaders and decision makers,
the Energy Capital Assembly Americas and Gala Dinner is the
perfect opportunity to do so in what is considered the Americas’
premier oil and gas capital forum.

Ensure you have a presence at the Americas’


foremost energy capital event and confirm your
place today! Sign-up online to attend the Americas’
Energy Capital Assembly: www.oilcouncil.com/ecaa
or complete the registration form on page 16.

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Meet our partners

Lead Partners
RBC Capital Markets (“RBC CM”) Energy Group is an integrated investment and corporate banking team comprising over 200 highly
experienced professionals dedicated to energy - whether it be exploration & production, midstream, oil field services, income trusts, master
limited partnerships (“MLP”), power & utilities, coal, refining and marketing, alternative/renewable energy or power technology. RBC CM
has a leading energy platform in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. In the United States, RBC CM has been a participant
in the industry for nearly 30 years. In Canada, RBC CM has carried out financing and advisory work for the oil industry since 1947 and is a
leading Canadian financial institution in the energy industry. In the United Kingdom, RBC CM has rapidly developed into a full service M&A
advisory and London AIM and Main Market team.

Taylor-DeJongh (TDJ) is an independent, specialist investment banking firm that focuses on conventional and renewable energy, oil &
gas, industrial and infrastructure business globally. The firm has over 29 years of success in providing investment banking services, including
TAYLOR-DEJONGH debt and equity raising, project financing advisory, project development and structuring services for energy and infrastructure sectors
worldwide. TDJ has successfully structured and advised on over US$70 billion worth of debt and equity investments in 100 countries, for
power, renewable energy, oil & gas, LNG, petrochemical, industrial, transportation and other infrastructure projects. TDJ also advises clients
on corporate finance, M&A and capital raising.

IFC’s Oil & Gas Group provides equity and loan financing to small and midsize independents and larger players in the oil and gas sector.
Our mission is to help companies reach their full potential in emerging markets and benefit the countries and communities in which they
operate. Our in-house expertise, regional presence, and detailed project appraisal allow us to extend long-term financing in challenging
markets. IFC is a global investor and advisor, supporting sustainable economic growth in developing countries by making private sector
investments, mobilizing capital in the international financial markets, and providing advisory services to businesses and governments.

Kosmos Energy is a privately held independent international oil exploration and production company focused on West Africa. Kosmos
discovered the giant Jubilee Field in Ghana’s deep waters, the largest oil find offshore Africa in the last decade. Kosmos is led by a seasoned
management and technical team with extensive international and West Africa experience, and a record of finding and accelerating
the development of significant oil reserves. With the financial support of global private equity investors and financial institutions, Kosmos
possesses significant financial and operational capability to generate and participate in multiple high-impact upstream projects. For
additional information, visit www.kosmosenergy.com.

Partners

Associate Partners

Palantir

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Partnership &
sponsorship
opportunities

Why Partner The Oil Council and our


Americas’ Energy Capital Assembly?
The Oil Council’s reach across the oil and gas industry is second to
none. We can help you access and engage the sector’s uppermost The Oil Council is consistently
hierarchies to ensure you are recognised as a market innovator /
leader. If you are: selected by its Partners for the
following qualities:
• an oil and gas company looking to increase your profile,
reputation and investment opportunities to the world’s energy, • Strong, Trusted Partner Relationships
finance and investment communities, • Commitment to Excellence
• Globally Minded
• a service provider who has the knowledge, products or services
• Committed to Developing our Industry
to help oil and gas companies unlock their full growth potential,
or,
Whether you are looking for year round branding
and profiling activities, published interviews with your
• an investment manager looking to promote your latest investment
executives, online advertising, magazine inserts, key
opportunities
speaking opportunities at the Americas’ Energy Capital
Assembly, multiple delegate tickets, an exhibition stand,
…you can be seen as an industry leader by becoming a Partner of The
Oil Council. to sponsor our gala dinner, a VIP table at the dinner, or
sponsor a networking function, we have the ability to help
The Oil Council is a complete business platform where companies grow your business by putting you front of mind with key
and executives can engage their peers, partners and prospects in a decision makers across the globe.
knowledge sharing environment supported both online and at world-
leading events across the globe.

There are numerous reasons to partner The Oil Council, here are just Floorplan
five:
1. You are offered all the benefits that conferences, exhibitions,
e-media and publishing can provide through a single world leading
organisation. The Oil Council encapsulates all these elements 101 102 103 104
into a fully integrated and cost-effective global marketing and
communications platform that is unmatched by any other industry
body, standalone events company or publication.

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2. You are provided with unrivalled market visibility and profiling,


as well year-round business development and networking
opportunities, both at events and online in our website and

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monthly ‘Drillers and Dealers’ magazine. No other body allows you

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not only with our Partners and extensive Member list but energy,
finance and investment communities world-wide.
4. The Oil Council exists to serve the industry. Devised by and created
by the global oil and gas industry, your business development
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overall success of the O&G community.


5. You would join a glittering cast of leading oil and gas companies
and service providers, as well as, a plethora of Committee
Members, Advisors, Authors and Columnists each of whom are 301 302 303 304
committed to supporting and promoting The Oil Council.

To find out more on The Oil Council and to discuss Corporate Partnerships please contact:
Ross Stewart Campbell Laurent Lafont Guillaume Bouffard
Chief Executive Officer Vice President, Business Development Vice President, Business Development
T: +44 (0) 207 067 1877 T: +44 (0) 20 3287 3447 T: +44 (0) 207 067 1876
E: ross.campbell@oilcouncil.com E: laurent.lafont@oilcouncil.com E: guillaume.bouffard@oilcouncil.com

Ken Lovegrove Vikash Magdani


Vice President, Delegate Registrations Executive Vice President, Corporate Development
T: +1 604 566 4949 T: +44 (0) 207 067 1872
E: Ken.Lovegrove@oilcouncil.com E: vikash.magdani@oilcouncil.com

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About The
Oil Council

About The Oil Council

The Oil Council is a world-leading business network for oil and gas executives. We promote knowledge and thought leadership across the E&P
industry by providing informed commentary, cutting-edge analysis and market intelligence.

Through our Assemblies and e-media we bring together influential executives to tackle key business challenges, champion best practice,
develop strategic partnerships and encourage new business development while showcasing new investment opportunities.

World renowned Steering Committees guide the strategic direction of The Oil Council, helping us deliver real value to our Partners, Members and
the wider oil and gas industry. Membership reads like a “who’s who” of the E&P industry, and includes leading oil and gas company executives,
bankers, brokers, analysts, investors, advisors, suppliers and service providers.

Our annual calendar of executive-level Assemblies provides our Partners and Members with unparalleled access to the key stakeholders within
the E&P sector. Through unique interactive networking tools they provide first-hand opportunities to share ideas and discuss key business issues
face-to-face in a series of engaging and entertaining business forums.

We speak directly with chief officers, corporate executives, deal makers and expert commentators to provide exclusive content and topical
insight through our free monthly ‘Drillers and Dealers’ e-magazine and online via our unique ‘knowledge-based’ website.

Our Website
Oil & Gas Consultants Our website – www.oilcouncil.com – is ‘content-led’,
not ‘news-led’ containing insightful industry articles,
papers, columns, surveys and blogs from recognised
Our Partners commentators.
and Members Its content is free to access ensuring simple and
Oilfield Service
Network Companies effective knowledge sharing across the O&G industry.

Financial Service
Providers

National Oil & Gas Risk Managers / Insurers


Companies

Major Oil & Gas Equipment and IT ‘Drillers and Dealers’


Companies Providers
‘Drillers and Dealers’ is our pioneering monthly
e-magazine for the upstream industry. It entirely
focused on sharing insight, analysis, intelligence and
thought leadership across the E&P sector.
Independent Oil & Gas
Private Equity Firms It is free to subscribe to and offers market professionals
Companies
cutting-edge insight.

Banks Investment Managers

Law / Accountancy
Governments
Firms

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Oil Council
Committee

With Special Thanks to The Oil Council


Committee
The Oil Council Committee is a collection of executives from across the industry, including leading O&G company executives, bankers,
advisors, fund managers, service providers and market commentators. The Committee advises The Oil Council on which topic matters to
engage with for the benefit of the wider industry and provides knowledgeable insight and commentary on topical issues. Members include:

Ken Hersh Lew Watts Abby Badwi Lance Crist Francisco Blanch
CEO, Chairman – North America, President and CEO, Global Head, Oil & Gas, Global Head, Commodities
NGP Energy Capital Regester Larkin Bankers Petroleum IFC / World Bank Research,
Management Bank of America / Merrill
Lynch

Brian O’Cathain John Hamilton David Greer OBE Geoffrey Picton-Turbervill Richard Slape
Chief Executive, Managing Director, Chief Executive, Partner and Global Head, Managing Director and
Petroceltic International Levine Capital Regal Petroleum Energy Team, Senior Oil & Gas Analyst,
Management Advisors Ashurst LLP Canaccord Genuity

Terry Newendorp Professor Alex Kemp Tim Chapman Dr Herman Franssen Greg Hammond
Chairman and CEO, Petroleum Economics, Managing Director and President, Partner,
Taylor-DeJongh University of Aberdeen Head, International Energy, International Energy Akin Gump LLP
RBC Capital Markets Associates

Franz Ehrhardt Gianna Bern Mark Johnson Angelos Damaskos David Lewis
CEO and Principal Consultant, President, President and CEO, CEO, Partner, Corporate and
CASCA Consulting LLC Brookshire Advisory and StoneRidge Natural Junior Oils Trust and Sector M&A,
Research Resources LLC Investment Management Clifford Chance LLP

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Registration
information

STEP 1: Choose your registration type


1) Two-day conference registration: All tracks – including
afternoon streamed sessions
Wednesday 27 to Thursday 28 October 2010.
Excludes access to pre-conference focus day on Tuesday 26 October and The Oil
Council Dinner on Wednesday 27 October. These can be booked separately. Early bird
discounts as per the pricing structure on the registration form.

2) Three-day conference registration: All tracks –


including pre-conference Emerging Leaders Day
Tuesday 26 to Thursday 28 October 2010.
Includes access to pre-conference focus day on Tuesday 26 October. Excludes
access to The Oil Council Dinner on Wednesday 27 October. This can be booked
separately. Early bird discounts as per the pricing structure on the registration form.

Step 2: Enhance your registration:


Book a seat at The Oil Council Gala Dinner
Wednesday 27 October 2010
Join your industry colleagues for an evening of valuable conversation and dining
at The Oil Council Gala Dinner

FOUR EASY WAYS TO


REGISTER
Via email: Phone:
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Online Fax:
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Square Garden, the Empire State Building, Macy’s and
entertainment venues.

Location:
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Oil & Gas Company Executives Please register the following
Register Today for only $1 395! delegates for Energy Capital Assembly Americas
Special Industry Delegation
Discounts Also Available! 26 – 28 October 2010
Eventi Hotel, New York City, USA

Quick and easy option: book and pay online at www.oilcouncil.com/ecaa Sales ID: MKTG01

1. CHOOSE YOUR REGISTRATION TYPE

Delegate rates Registrations received & paid for Registrations received & paid for Registrations received & paid for
before 27 Aug 2010 before 24 Sept 2010 between 24 Sept & 4 Oct 2010

3 day Gold Pass $1,695 $1,795 $1,995


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3 day Gold Pass + Dinner $2,095 $2,195 $2,495
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2 day Silver Pass $1,395 $1,495 $1,695
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1 day Bronze Pass $1,195 $1,295 $1,495
Save $300 Save $200
Dinner $650 $650 $650
6 delegates for the price of 3! (including dinner) $6,985 $7,985 $8,985

Oil & Gas company executive pass package + Dinner $1,395 $1,495 $1,695
Save $300 Save $200

We have a special discounted registration price available to executives from oil and gas companies (National Oil Companies, IOCs, Independent and Junior Oil and Gas Companies). All registrations at
this discounted price are subject to final decision by The Oil Council. Any booking is not fully validated and confirmed until you have received confirmation from The Oil Council that you qualify for the
discounted rate.

2. PROVIDE US WITH THE DELEGATE DETAILS


Please photocopy for multiple registrations
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Vikash Magdani, Executive Vice President, Corporate Development
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Terms and conditions


What is included in the fee? Access to all presentations and networking opportunities; All food and refreshments during the conference sessions (excludes evening meals); All post conference
presentation slides and notes for training purposes; Access to international subject matter experts; Access to exhibition room; On-site assistance with networking; Pass to attend the hosted drinks
reception (where applicable)
When do I pay? Payment of the full delegate fee is due 14 days from the invoice date, or immediately with registration if the booking is made within one month of the event. In the event that
payment has not been received before the start of the event, delegates will be refused entry. We recommend you check with your finance department that payment has been made before
travelling to the conference.
Cancellation policy: Cancellations received in writing more than one month prior to the start of the event will be refunded less a 50% cancellation fee. Cancellations received in writing within one
month of the start date of the event will receive no refund and registrants will be liable for payment of 100% of the invoiced amount. A substitute delegate can be named at any time before the
event starts and no fees will be applied to this.
Important notes: This booking form constitutes a legally binding contract. It maybe necessary for reasons beyond the control of Clarion Events to change the content and timing of the programme,
the speakers, the date or the venue. In the unlikely event of the programme being cancelled, The Oil Council and Clarion Events will issue a credit note or make a full refund but disclaim any further
liability. By submitting your details, you agree to the use of your personal information as set out in our privacy policy on www.clarionevents.com/?page=privacy

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