Global Unconventional Gas 2010: Unlocking Your Potential

Gas Technology Institute (GTI) is pleased to announce Global Unconventional Gas 2010: Unlocking Your Potential, an international conference co-sponsored by the International Gas Union (IGU), the Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America (RPSEA), and other leading energy organizations. The event will take place June 15-17 in Amsterdam.

GTI has been actively involved in the development of unconventional gas in the U.S. for more than 20 years, including activities in coalbed methane, tight gas formations, and most recently, shale gas. In the past few years, there’s been growing global interest in the resource potential and broader dissemination of the North American experience. Unconventional gas currently represents almost one-half the domestic production in the U.S. and similar potential may be considered globally. This conference offers an ideal opportunity to hear the latest perspectives and exchange ideas with industry experts. Global Unconventional Gas 2010 is anticipated to attract several hundred participants from around the world in industry, academia, and government. Expected attendees include:
  • E&P Managers
  • Engineers
  • Geologists
  • Investors

Policy Makers and Officials Interested in the Potential of Unconventional Gas and a In-depth Understanding of Unconventional Gas from a Technical Perspective, including Production Issues and Solutions.

Each day of the conference offers exceptional opportunities for industry networking, learning, and understanding the potential of this promising resource.

Tuesday,
June 15

An evening reception to meet and exchange views with the global community of leaders in this field.

Wednesday,
June 16

Keynote addresses covering supply-demand perspectives and the implications for unconventional resources in global markets. Candid, interactive panel discussions with key executives currently involved in unconventional gas projects.

Purpose and Objectives:

·         Provide Context on the Role of Unconventional Gas in a Sustainable Global Energy Mix and the Issues Associated with Resource Development

·         Share the Views and Experiences of World Leaders in Unconventional Gas Resource Development

Thursday,
June 17

An unconventional gas workshop, with presentations on project evaluation, diagnostics, protocols, environmental management, engineering, well completion, economics, and lessons learned.

Purpose and Objectives:

·         Provide State of the Art Insights into Unconventional Gas Resource Development

·         Current and Developing Technology Review with Focus on Gas Shales

For more information and to register, click here.

Speaker

When?

Tue, Jun. 15 - Thu, Jun. 17, 2010
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

Where?

Amsterdam
Netherlands