Energy Conferences

Energy Trade Shows & Conferences by Country

9th WA Power and Gas Conference

Date: 30-Mar-15 to 31-Mar-15
Location: Australia
The 9th WA Power & Gas Conference returns to Perth on the 30-31 March and will be held at the Fraser Suites. This is the only industry event offering a range of perspectives on the issues of the WA energy market. The key topics to be discussed will revolve around the Electricity Market Review: Electricity Market - reform options and implementations The future of Synergy Impacts of the Energy White Paper for WA Market structure Market competitiveness Networks Securing Energy Supply Gas Trading Markets Fuel Sources Power generation Renewable energies Consumer roles and industrial energy user perspectives Project updates and technology developments (storage technologies)

Gas Infrastructure & Asset Development Conference

Date: 29-Mar-15 to 31-Mar-15
Location: Australia
Australia is poised to become the world�s largest exporter of LNG post 2016. LNG discoveries, CSG extraction and shale gas are all contributing to an explosion within Australia�s gas sector. Fuelled by massive demand for gas from Asia, Australia is leading the world in CSG to LNG plants. The three plants on Curtis island are the world�s first CSG to LNG plants and their commercial success is driving similar facilities in America and Indonesia. Yet with the huge volumes of gas available, a suggested shortfall will affect domestic market in 2016 as companies chase higher profits from exported gas, over the domestic market. All of these developments are ensuring that a very healthy and robust environment has grown around supporting the gas sector. CSG is extracted from hundreds and ...

SPE Ensuring the Effectiveness of Automation, Surveillance, and Security

Date: 30-Mar-15 to 31-Mar-15
Automation, surveillance, and security are three key elements in the operation of an oil field. Over the past decade the industry has seen exponential growth in the technology that underpins the realisation of these elements in oil field operations. With the end of ‘Easy Oil’, the industry is set to face a challenge in E&P business while meeting the growing demand for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR). Intelligent, integrated, smart, digital oilfield technologies have evolved to augment the techniques used traditionally by oil companies in ensuring smooth uninterrupted production. Though it is yet to mature as a de facto standard, due to various inherent constraints like cyber-security, disparate data formats and lack of robust communication infrastructure, intelligent oilfield technology ...

Global Subsea Flow Assurance: Hydrate, Asphaltene & Paraffin Management 2015

Date: 31-Mar-15 to 01-Apr-15
Location: Houston / Texas / United States
Demonstrating How Flow Assurance Professionals Are Ensuring Production In Deep & Ultra Deepwater Reservoirs

Permian Artificial Lift & Production Optimization 2015

Date: 31-Mar-15 to 01-Apr-15
Location: Houston / Texas / United States
As operators in shale producing regions across the world face uncertainty over oil prices, many E&P companies, big and small are veering increasingly towards more consistent proven plays, with the world famous Permian Basin being at the top of many strategic priorities lists. With both rig count and production per rig growing steadily throughout 2014, and oil production expected to reach an all time high of 2 million bpd in 2015, the most established shale play in the US is showing no signs of slowing down. The recovery potential in the Permian is not a concern here, but maintaining barrel margins on crude by driving down production and artificial lift costs is now mission-critical. By exchanging the very latest case studies, tried and tested lift technology innovations and failure ...

Supply Chain Cost Control For Unconventional Oil & Gas Congress

Date: 31-Mar-15 to 01-Apr-15
Location: Houston / Texas / United States
With oil prices recently falling to a 5-year low, E&P's are under increasing pressure to determine ways of controlling the costs of their unconventional oil and gas operations. One of the opportunities for cost reduction lies in the supply chain. Supply chain departments at operators working in unconventional plays are now reevaluating their supply chain strategies at every stage to see what steps they can take to reduce the costs incurred by suppliers, materials and equipment and find solutions for controlling costs. This will involve restructuring contracts, setting new performance KPIs for their suppliers, improving the efficiency of transporting equipment to the well site and developing new procurement strategies for high-cost materials and equipment. The Supply Chain Cost ...

Annual International Symposium on Southeastern European Studies

Date: 30-Mar-15 to 02-Apr-15
Location: Athens / Greece
The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) organizes an Annual International Symposium on Southeastern European Studies which will be held in Athens, Greece on 30-31 March & 1-2 April 2015. The conference website is: www.atiner.gr/soe.htm. T Special arrangements will be made with a local luxury hotel for a limited number of rooms at a special conference rate. In addition, a number of special events will be organized: A Greek night of entertainment with dinner, a special one-day cruise to selected Greek islands, an archaeological tour of Athens and a one-day visit to Delphi. Details of the social program are available at http://www.atiner.gr/2015/SOC-SOE.htm. Please submit an abstract (email only) to: atiner@atiner.gr, using the abstract submission form available at ...

EPA Clean Power Plan Implementation Summit

Date: 31-Mar-15 to 02-Apr-15
Location: Atlanta / Georgia / United States
Infocast’s EPA Clean Power Plan Implementation Summit will provide the most up-to-date information on the status of EPA’s Clean Power Plan, explore implications of this significant regulatory undertaking and provide strategies on how to develop state plans on the road to compliance. Join state policy-makers and regulators, ISO/RTOs, utilities/munis, IPPs, EPCs and environmental engineering firms, technology providers and equipment vendors, legal experts and environmental consultants to discuss the proposed 111(d) rule and its direct impacts on power prices, system reliability, natural gas markets and infrastructure. Key stakeholders will examine the cost and price impacts of the rule and impacts of the EPA’s building blocks on energy markets and operations and the legal ramifications ...

Propane to Propylene Markets Summit 2015

Date: 01-Apr-15 to 02-Apr-15
Location: Houston / Texas / United States
With petrochemical feedstocks continuing to shift away from naphtha and C3 volumes diminishing, more and more companies are looking to on purpose production and alternative sources to capitalize on the supply gap. On top of this, growing derivative demand is creating an enormous market for additional supply, with an estimated additional 18 million metric tonnes of polypropylene capacity required by 2024, further driving the business case for expansion projects. The global propylene market is estimated to reach $172.05 billion by 2020, but what are the most profitable strategies to capitalize on supply demand dynamics? In depth assessment of forecasted propylene production from traditional crackers, refiners and planned PDH projects must be undertaken on a region by region basis to ...

5th Defense Renewable Energy Summit

Date: 07-Apr-15 to 08-Apr-15
The summit will explore how viable and financeable projects can be developed to the profit of all. The presenters will provide the latest on the emerging guidelines and processes for a new market that melds the complexity of federal acquisitions with the risk allocation methods of project finance, as well as practical experience gained on pioneering projects. This will be the place to hear from and network with senior-level DoD, DoE, DLA, Air Force, Army, Marine Corp, Navy, DoE, GSA, VA and Utility decision makers.