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Argus ElitePlus India Energy Week 2017

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Information India Energy Week 2017 | New Delhi, India | 7 - 9 March 2017

For the third year, Argus and ElitePlus++ proudly present India Energy Week 2017.  India Energy Week 2017 will once again deliver expert opinions, analysis, top-notch government representation, global oil company attendance and a distinguished panel of speakers. It will create a bigger platform to connect manufacturers, producers, end users, technology providers, governmental bodies, financial institutions and other related industries through the many networking opportunities on offer.

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What to expect in 2017

  • Over 250+ participants from more than 150+ International companies
  • More than 35 speaking representations, globally
  • The opportunity to meet ministers and governmental bodies
  • 3 days of unlimited networking 
  • Agenda covering the most pressing issues in the global oil and gas sector
  • Award and Gala Dinner/Cocktail Reception for business in a relaxed setting

Topics to be addressed

• Current Low oil prices, investment decisions and the longer term impact on energy markets
• Renewables and Make in India: Is India missing the renewable technology boat
• Supplying India's growing energy needs
• Global gas fundamentals – where do we go from here

NewConfirmed Speakers

  • Senior Representative, Statoil
  • Senior Representative, International Energy Agency
  • Mele Kyari, Group General Manager, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
  • Simon Stolp, Lead Energy Specialist, World Bank
  • Seth Kleinman, Head of Energy Strategy, Citigroup
  • Vyacheslav Mischenko, Senior Vice-President, Argus
  • Senior Representative, National Iranian Oil Company
  • Karunakaran Hari, Head of Business Development, Trafigura
  • Johannes Benigni, Founder and CEO, JBC Energy Group

 Participated Companies: 2016

Adani Ports, Aditya Birla, Agamya Business Services, Aker Powergas, Alberta Canada, Alfa Laval India , Bharat Petroleum Corporation, BP, Breitling Energy Corporation, Coal India, CPMA, DCM Shriram , Department of Energy Republic of South Africa, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, Australia, Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria, Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH), Embassy of Japan in India, Embassy of the United States, Engineers India Limited, Gail India, Global United Shipping India, Global View, Government of India, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation, HMEL, IOC, Indosolar, Inspectorate Griffith (A Bureau Veritas Group Company), International Energy Agency, International Gas Union, IOT Infrastructure & Energy Services, Jindal Group, KAPSARC, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, Linde Engineering India, LTHE Onshore, Maritime, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Mitsui & Co, National Iranian Oil Company, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Observer Research Foundation (ORF), Oil & Gas Operators Association, Oil India Limited, ONGC Petro additions Limited (OPaL), ONGC Videsh Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell, Petronet LNG, Petrotech, Phillips 66 International Trading, PJSC Gazprom, PTC India , Reliance Industries Limited ,Reliance Infrastructure, Reserve Bank of India, Technip, Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, Triple Point Technology, United Polymers, Vopak, World Economic Forum

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7 March 2017 - Tuesday
08:30 - 08:45

Chairman's opening remarks

08:45 - 10:30

Welcome speech by organiser

Introductory speech by government representative

Opening ceremony

Global energy landscape – present and future

  • Oil market: Changing supply sources and demand centres
  • Energy security and sustainability
Prospects and challenges ahead for growth
  •  Global transition for energy efficiency
  •  Sun to power: transforming India’s energy supplies
India growth outlook 
Make In India: The call on energy
10:30 - 11:00 Networking refreshments
11:30 - 13:00

Session 1: Global energy outlook

Global crude market overview and influence on India

  • Crude price outlook and what’s in store for the future?
  • Readjusting to the new pricing landscape
New oil landscape: Iran-India crude oil trade relations
  • Iran’s supply capability and India’s import potential
  • Impact of lifted sanctions on India-Iran relations
LNG in global business: challenges and dynamics
  • Future demand in Asia-Pacific
  • Key features of global LNG supply forecasts to India

Indonesian coal supply

  • Coal demand forecast across Asia
  • Prospects, capacity and price 
13:00 - 14:00 Networking lunch
14:00 - 16:00

Session 2: Indian energy outlook

Diversifying India’s energy basket: What works best?  

India’s overseas energy acquisitions

India’s strategic petroleum reserves: The impact on global crude markets 

Gas and the world’s fastest growing large economy    
16:00 - 16:30 Networking refreshments
16:30 - 18:30

Session 3: Investment opportunities in India

Indian energy market as an investment opportunity for global companies

  • How foreign investment contributes to the growth of the Indian oil market
  • When is new liquefaction needed and what is the impact on current projects?

Indian E&P and limited multinational company participation: What needs to be done?   

Developing India upstream: A foreign company’s perspective

 18:30  End of conference day one

8 March 2017 - Wednesday
08:30 - 08:45 Chairman's remarks
08:45 - 10:30

Session 4: Regional crude supply to India

Africa – why a good fit for India?

  • Crude imports and refined products exports
  • The future of trade relations

The Mideast gulf: The ultimate short-haul market to and from India

  • Challenges and opportunities in Middle East-India crude relations
  • Beginning of a bilateral relationship?

The Americas: A supply source for India

  • Exports: Reshaping the world’s energy map
  • New US government: Effects on crude exports 
 Demand-supply dynamics: Oil and gas 

  • Trade atmosphere around India
  • A view from the perspectives of a trader’s Interest in India
10:30 - 11:00 Networking refreshments
11:00 - 13:00

Session 5: Products refining

Building world scale refineries

Does India really need more refineries?  

Prospects for gas and oil - pipeline growth in India

Panel discussion: Coping with uncertain oil price atmosphere

13:00 - 14:00 Networking lunch
14:00 - 16:00

Session 6: Conventional power source – coal and LNG

LNG supply – What are the prospects?

  • Crude oil prices: Impact on LNG
  • Emerging LNG demand prospects
Should India adopt import parity pricing for gas?  

Coal supply – What are the prospects?

  • Overview of fundamentals
  • Impact of the shift in Indian demand

Upgrading India’s coal transport infrastructure

16:00 - 16:30 Networking refreshments
16:30 - 18:00

Session 7: New power source

 The road to India’s clean energy target

  • Investment
  • Technology

Renewables in India for power markets

  • An international company’s perspective on investing in India’s power market
  • Key infrastructure challenges to look out for

Solar power generation: Lessons from Europe

  • Evolution: What works?
  • Breakthrough and market opportunities
18:00 End of conference

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We will like to invite you to be our business partners at India Energy Week 2017 

For further information and a personalized partnership proposal, please contact:

Yuan Chang
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India Energy Week 2017 - Registration

EARLY BIRD FEE (Available before 31 December): US$ 1800

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Please note:
• Group discounts are available. Contact us for more details.
• Travel, accommodation and visa costs are not included in the conference fee.
• A 7% Goods & Services Tax (GST) is applicable to all Singapore based companies for Singapore venue. Alternatively, registration fees are subject to the prevailing government tax.

Antitrust Compliance Reminder

Argus takes compliance with antitrust law seriously. The purpose of India Energy Week 2017 is to discuss pressing issues in the Indian oil and gas sector. The conference sessions will follow the agenda as circulated. 

Argus reminds all participants of the need to be mindful of the requirement to comply with antitrust and competition laws. There should be no discussion of any matters relating to competition among participants, including discussion of individual prices, rates or market strategies and no exchange of information concerning any other competitive aspect of an individual company’s operation. Should any participant to this conference attempt to initiate a discussion with other participants on any of these matters, we recommend that other participants end the conversation immediately, and at all times act in accordance with their own antitrust compliance policies and all applicable laws.


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▸ Integrated Oil and Gas Companies
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▸ Trading Firms
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▸ Power Utilities
▸ Shipping Companies
▸ Storage Terminals
▸ Logistics Companies
▸ Engineering and Procurement
▸ Technology Providers
▸ Shipbuilding Companies
▸ Solar Power Companies
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