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Finding Enough Oil & Gas in NW Europe

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Thursday, March 12, 2015

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How do we generate some momentum for NW Europe oil and gas, perhaps especially in the UK and its UKCS?

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Petromall - Panel Discussion
Future Energy Partners Ltd

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Talk Description
In this Panel we are going to consider what can be done; how do we move forward from here, especially if we are contemplating oil prices staying where they are for a couple of years and a decade or so before we see $100/barrel again.

Our expert Panel:
  • Hamish Wilson, Principal, SLR & President, PESGB
  • Graham Scrotton, formely CEO, Dana Petroleum plc
  • Greg Coleman, CEO, IRG plc
will consider, where do we go from here? How do we generate some momentum?

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