Yangon, Myanmar28-30 October 2014

Programme: Day 2 

Day Two                                                                               5th March 2013                  

08:00 – Welcome Networking Coffee    

 

09:00 – UNCOVERING THE ROUTE TO SUCCESSFUL OPERATION IN THE REGION: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES 

  • Hear directly from the key players operating in the region on successful overcoming challenges faced 
  • Drawing on experiences gained from successful in country operation: identifying the path to successful operations
  • Providing the future potential for the region and discussing how to sustainably develop the countries reserves 
  • Discussing what is required in the region to truly utilise the hydrocarbon potential
  • Understanding the path to ensuring job creation, training and adding in country value

Moderator: Nomita Nair, Partner-Projects, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP

Gagan Singhal, General Manager – Myanmar, Schulmberger

Kanita Sartwattayu, Development and Planning Manager, PTTEP

Atsunori Takeuchi, Vice President, Tokyo Gas

10:30 – UNDERSTANDING THE INVESTMENT CLIMATE: EXPLORING OPPORTUNITIES IN LIGHT OF FDI ENACTMENT

  • Understanding the investment climate in the region to enable sound, strategic and successful financing to take place
  • Uncovering future economic reforms and legal changes planned for Myanmar to enable you to make requisite business decisions early in operations
  • Evaluating the recipe’s for success within the current legal and regulatory framework that exists to enable you to learn from effective investments that have been made into the country
  • Assessing the benefit of long-term sustainable investments which can provide true value and local content to nationals
  • Providing the route to successful integration of Myanmar into global supply chains

Moderator: Ruchdi Maalouf, Director, Energy Consulting Pte Ltd

Alessio Polastri, Managing Director, P & A Asia

Craig McMahon, Lead Analyst – East Asia and ISC Upstream Reserch, Wood Mackenzie

11:30 – Networking Coffee Break

12:00 – PANEL DISCUSSION

HOW CAN LOCAL CONTENT BE DEVELOPED IN MYANMAR?  

  • Detailing the most effective ways for working on a local level to deliver value in terms of capacity, education and skills to the region
  • Understanding how the Oil & Gas industry is viewed on a local level and encouraging collaboration and transparency across the industry
  • Promoting local training and development programmes to increase indigenous opportunities in the region
  • Assessing successful examples of successful local content programmes from developing regions

Moderator: Brent McInnes, Research Professor and CEO, John de Laeter Center for Isotope Research, Curtin University

Willy Olsen, Associate Director, The CWC Group & Senior Advisor, INTSOK

John Pothecary, Managing Director EAME, RPS Group

Daw Swe Swe Win, Head of Socio-Economic Department, Total E&P Myanmar

12:45 – LOCAL PARTNER NETWORKING SESSION: THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY TO MAXIMISE YOUR NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

 In light of regulations and requirements for operating in Myanmar this session will provide you with the perfect opportunity to meet new prospective clients, meet key contacts from Myanmar and the international community to ensure successful operations for your projects moving forward

  • The perfect opportunity to meet and network with key local and international clients
  • Meet multiple contacts in a short time
  • Arrange business meetings for the duration of your stay
  • Remember to bring plenty of business cards

13:15  - Networking Lunch

14:30 – ENSURING SUSTAINABLE AND EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE OIL & GAS SECTOR

  • Reviewing the drivers and forecasts for domestic demand to understand how best to approach create a self-sufficient state in Myanmar
  • Evaluating how the Oil & Gas sector can be sustainably utilised in assisting the development of the wider Myanmar economy
  • Identifying how to achieve success in Myanmar: Showcasing success stories in the region and providing lessons learnt from operations
  • Uncovering plans for future downstream projects to encourage utilisation of gas domestically
  • Evaluating the sectors that are driving Oil & Gas demand in the region and promoting collaboration to provide a sustainable supply

Moderator: Liao Na, Vice President, C1 Energy

Alexis Faury, Associate Director – Oil and Gas, Standard Chartered

Rupert Evill, Director Asia Pacific, Control Risks

15:30 – KEYNOTE CLOSING PANEL

WHAT ARE THE NEXT STEPS FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF MYANMAR’S OIL & GAS INDUSTRY?  

  • Providing conclusions reached to ensure and enable the successful and sustainable development of Myanmar’s Oil & Gas industry
  • Ensuring that local content is given the requisite importance with projects moving forward
  • Revealing the route to success integration into global supply chains

U Nay Htun, Former Assistant-Secretary General, United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) 

Namita Shah, General Manager, Total E&P Myanmar

16:45 Close of Summit

 

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