Panel Discussion: Frontier Exploration- Reasons for Optimism?

As oil continues to become unfashionable and investment is difficult to come by, frontier exploration has been one of the areas to decrease significantly. With a real possibility that it might not return to past levels what could this mean for non-producing nations keen to remain relevant?

  • Could we see a future upturn in frontier exploration and how will this come about?
  • How does Africa remain relevance with a decrease in exploration globally?
  • What are the emerging E&P models to encourage frontier exploration in non-producing
    markets?


Wednesday 05 October 14:45 - 15:20 Main Stage

Plenary

Add to calendar 10/05/2022 14:45 10/05/2022 15:20 Panel Discussion: Frontier Exploration- Reasons for Optimism? As oil continues to become unfashionable and investment is difficult to come by, frontier exploration has been one of the areas to decrease significantly. Main Stage Africa/Johannesburg
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Moderators

Dustin Van Liew

Vice President, Global Policy & Government Affairs, EnerGeo Alliance

Speakers

Bridget Venner

Vice President & General Manager, ExxonMobil Exploration & Production

David Parkinson

Vice President, Upstream Consulting, Wood Mackenzie 

Ifeanyi Nwagbogu

Vice President of Reservoir Performance, Schlumberger

Nathan Oliver

EVP Sales and Services , PGS

Tom Hay

Vice President of Marketing, Shearwater GeoServices

Will Ashby

EVP Eastern Hemisphere, TGS

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