Unconventional Gas 2012

Unconventional Gas 2012
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Mar 14, 2012 08:30 AM to
Mar 15, 2012 05:30 PM


With the potential for unconventional gas exploration across Europe now fully being understood, discovered and optimised, comparisons are being drawn between Europe and 'boom' in North America.  This emerging source of energy is continuing to take centre stage in the media, in energy markets and throughout environmental legislation. With new plays being discovered and exploited, the global energy market is being shaken up as countries realise their energy independence and assets.

SMi's 5th annual Unconventional Gas conference will, over 2 days amongst industry leaders, evaluate all forms of unconventional gas exploration and production in the UK, Europe and throughout the Southern Hemisphere. This conference will provide global activity updates from leading companies, discussion of the latest policy and regulation, evaluation of the forthcoming UK licensing round, and opportunity to network with industry leaders.

Why should you attend this event?

Understand the key strategies required to fully utilise the potential of unconventional gases

  • Improve your operations and still reduce operational costs with the use of effective front edge technologies
  • Learn from fellow operators about success and mistakes made in building unconventional gas reserves
  • Develop project excellence within your teams by adopting best practices from leading industry experts



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London, United Kingdom
+44 (0) 207 827 6050
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