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Drawing on 16 years of working within the Gas to Liquids industry the SMi Group are delighted to announce their 17th Annual GTL 2014 conference. This leading industry event will provide delegates with a complete global breakdown of Gas to Liquids. With representatives from leading and innovative companies this 2 day conference and workshop will cover project updates from North America to the Middle East, project financing, the latest technological advancement as well as much more.
 

 

 

 

 

2013 EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

The event will continue to grow as the leading platform for learning about new and recent advancements in the field. SMi’s 17th annual GTL conference is a must attend event for 2014. Bringing together GTL’s close knit community you will not find a better place to network with all the major players and decision makers within the industry.
 

SMi’s 17th annual GTL 2014 conference will provide our delegates the perfect opportunity to hear from an information packed agenda giving you the opportunity to take away the latest information on technology, project updates, advancements in products plus much more……

 

 

• Hear from the leading large and small scale GTL projects across Africa, Europe, Japan, the Middle East and North America.
• Discuss methods and strategies on how to finance your GTL project
• Learn how to develop a large scale independent GTL project
• Understand the fundamental characteristics of what makes a successful small scale GTL project
• Gain information on the latest gas separation techniques from FT to alternative technology
• Discover the routes to market for a variety of GTL products
 

SMi’s GTL series has brought together many industry leaders and key decision makers from around the globe. Held over three days, the event will attract key industry leaders and experts with job titles and companies that includ:

Account Manager
Business Development Director
Business Development Manager
Business Development Manager XTL
Chief Economist
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Commercial Manager, Conversion Technology Centre
Deputy General Manager
Director
Director, Licensing Business Development
Director, New Ventures
Expert Proposal Manager
FT Consultant
General manager, Business Development, GTL/CTL
General Manager, Project Planning Department
GLT Business Development Manager
Goverment Affairs Specialist
GTL Business promotion
GTL Proposal Manager
Head of Operations
Licensing Manager
Manager Market Assessment
Managing Director
Managing Director - Hydrocarbon Processing
New Business Development Manager
New Technology Manager
Operational Marketing Manager
President
Principal Engineer
Principal Process Engineer
Process Technology Director
Project Engineer
Project Manager
Proposals Manager
Research Engineer
Sales Manager
Senior Engineer
Senior Process Engineer
Senior Project Manager Sales
Senior Technologist
Senior Vice President Project Development
Technical Advisor
Technical Manager GTL CTL and Licensing
Technology Engineer Fluid-Dynamics & Combustion
Vice President
Vice-President Corporate Strategy
XTL Process Engineer
 

AOT Holding Ltd; Avantherm; Axens; bain; Baran Group; BP; British Airways Plc; CEDIGAZ; Ceramatec, Inc.; Chevron Technology Ventures Ll C; CompactGTL; Consultant; Darton Commodities; Delek Energy Systems; Drewry Maritime Services; Duncan Seddon and Associates; EBN; Elliott Turbo Machinery; ELOT PAYMENT; Eni E and P Division; Exxon Mobil Biomedical Sciences Inc; ExxonMobil Research AND Engineering; Exxonmobil Research And Engineering Company; Fluor Limited; Forbes Communications; GDF SUEZ; H T E Aktiengesellschaft; Hatch; I C A P Plc; Independent Consultant; Infineum UK Ltd; INPEX Corporation; Interfax News Agency; JOGMEC; Kiddia Oil & Gas Limited; Linde A G; Malwell Corporate Projects Ltd; MAN Diesel & Turbo UK Ltd; Methanol Casale; Ministry of Energy; Narkangan GTL International Company; Navitas Land and Mineral; Neste Oil; Neste Oil (Suisse) S.A.; NNPC; Norton Rose; Novel Reactor Technologies; NRG Expert; Oltin Yo'l GTL; Ortloff Engineers, Ltd; ORYX GTL; Over The Horizon, LLC; PetroSA; Premier Oil; Rockhopper Exploration PLC; Sasol North America; Servon Nigeria; SGS Oil, GAS Chemical services; Shell Energy Europe B V; Siemens; SMBC Europe Division; South Atlantic Petroleum Ltd; Stena Lng; Sundyne; Tasweeq; Technip; Technip Italy; Teekay Petrojarl Production AS; The Petroleum Economist Ltd; Third Planet Renewables, LLC; Total; Total E & P Nigeria Ltd; TOTAL E&P; Total New Energies; U.S. Energy Information Administration; Velocys ;

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Alex Forbes

Alex Forbes, Energy Journalist and consultant, Forbes Communications

9:10 PetroSA’s GTL activities

Gareth Coetzee

Gareth Coetzee, GTL Evaluations Manager, PetroSA

• Current GTL commercialisation strategy
• GTL projects from 2000 – 2014
• Mosselbay GTL sustainability
• Mozambique GTL (MozGTL)
• Shale gas potential
 

9:50 Application of JAPAN-GTL Process for Gas Monetization

Arata Nakamura

Arata Nakamura, Senior Coordinator, Technical Planning & Coordination Unit, Technical Division, INPEX CORPORATION

•    JAPAN-GTL Process – Japanese Original Gas To Liquids Technology
•   Opportunity of GTL for Gas Monetization
•   Synergy between GTL and LNG
•   Case Study
 

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 Sasol’s Gas to Liquids (GTL) technology – a proven track record and opportunities for the future

Jennifer Zeiss

Jennifer Zeiss, VP Business Development GTL, Sasol

• GTL value proposition- Turning concepts into investment decisions
• Technology risks- what are they and how can we overcome them?
• Getting your product to market- Opportunities available

11:40 Construction Issues for GTL Projects

Ahmed Abdullayev

Ahmed Abdullayev, Business Development Director, Renaissance Heavy Industries

12:20 Networking Lunch

13:40 Recent Developments in the BP / JM Davy Fixed Bed Fischer-Tropsch Process

Liezl  Venables

Liezl Venables, Lead Project Engineer, BP Refining and Marketing Technology, Conversion Technology Centre

14:20 MTG Technology, An Alternative for Gas to Liquid Fuel Conversion

Mitch Hindman

Mitch Hindman, Licensing Manager, ExxonMobil Research AND Engineering

• Organic feedstock Conversion to Liquid Fuels
• EMRE Methanol to Gasoline (MTG) Technology
• Commercial Experience and New Projects
• Key Project Considerations
• EMRE MTG Licensing
 

15:00 The rapid conversion of mixed energy and combustion gases, without preprocess separation, at low temperatures and pressures

Jeffrey Newton

Jeffrey Newton, President, Aleph Sciences Group

• The G-44 Gas Conversion Process based on phonon drive p-type chemical semiconductors
• Processes mixtures of natural and acid gases
• Conversion of fossil fuel combustion gases to fuels and chemicals such as ammonia
• Operates at low temperatures, <70°C and pressures, 1 to 4 atm  
• Compounds generated: hydrocarbons, alcohols, ammonia, oxygenates, hydrogen
• Economic projections based on thermodynamic analysis of pilot test data

15:40 Afternoon Tea

16:10 Monetizing Flared Gas Resources via High-Efficiency, Small-Scale Gas-to-Liquids Technology

George Boyajian

George Boyajian, Vice President Business Development, Primus Green Energy

• One of the biggest challenges facing the O&G industry today is gas flaring – 150B cubic meters of natural gas are flared in oilfields across the world each year, resulting in an estimated 350M tons of harmful GHG emissions each year. This flaring often occurs in remote oilfield locations, where limited to no pipeline infrastructure exists to transport the gas to market.
• This challenge represents a huge opportunity for small-scale GTL – New technologies that enable the deployment of cost-effective, small-scale gas-to-liquids plants can help oil and gas producers capture the flared gas on-site and monetize the resources currently being wasted.
• The STG+ solution – Robert Johnsen will discuss how Primus Green Energy’s syngas-to-gasoline plus (STG+) process enables the deployment of small-scale, pre-fabricated modular units to convert flare gas associated with oil production directly into high-quality transportation fuels such as 90+-octane gasoline, diesel fuel or organic solvents.
• Primus’ technology can be used to produce fuels directly on-site for use in electrical generators, drilling rigs, pressure pumping and other equipment. It converts one MMBtu of natural gas into more than five gallons of 90+-octane gasoline, representing among the highest conversion efficiencies in the industry.
• STG+ is economical at scales as small as 6,000 bpd, with market opportunities existing for units as small as 60 to 600 bpd.

16:50 Panel Discussion- Dos and Don’ts of Project Development

Gareth Coetzee

Gareth Coetzee, GTL Evaluations Manager, PetroSA

Malcolm  Wells

Malcolm Wells, Director, Malwell Corporate Projects Ltd

George Boyajian

George Boyajian, Vice President Business Development, Primus Green Energy

17:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

Alex Forbes

Alex Forbes, Energy Journalist and consultant, Forbes Communications

17:40 Drinks Reception

18:40 End of Drinks Reception

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Malcolm  Wells

Malcolm Wells, Director, Malwell Corporate Projects Ltd

9:10 Smaller Scale GTL: Projects, Partnerships and Opportunities

Neville  Hargreaves

Neville Hargreaves, Business Development Director, Velocys

• Large-scale economics at smaller scales
• GTL for the mainstream of the industry
• Applications for small scale
• Our commercial projects and partners
 

9:50 GTL Cost Reduction for Small-Scale Applications Using Advanced Process Intensification Approaches

Santosh Gangwal

Santosh Gangwal, Director, Business Development, Southern Research Institute

• Compact low-cost contaminant-tolerant reforming reactor/catalyst
• Advanced heat-exchange fixed-Bed FT reactor system
• Wax-free FT synthesis with novel cobalt-zeolite hybrid catalyst
• Highly selective and high productivity jet-fuel range liquid hydrocarbon synthesis

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 Bioconversion of natural gas to liquid fuels: a new GTL learning curve

Ramon Gonzalez

Ramon Gonzalez, Program Director, DOE, ARPA-E

•   Role of ARPA-E as a catalyst for energy innovation
•   Opportunities and challenges for the bioconversion of natural gas to liquids

11:40 GTL- Solving the finance challenge

Robert Clews

Robert Clews, Head of Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals, Project Finance, SMBC Europe Division

• Overview of project finance
• Commercial structures and risk analysis
• Project economics
• Sources of finance
• Financing terms and documentation
 

12:20 Networking Lunch

13:40 Opportunities for GTL - What are the key drivers for GTL projects – stranded gas monetisation, flared gas utilisation or production of high value liquid products slate?

Zoe Young

Zoe Young, Principal Consultant, Midstream and Downstream, Gaffney Cline and Associates

? Opportunities for GTL
– The GTL Industry today
– What are the key drivers for GTL projects?

? Different Drivers for Different Projects

? GTL Products –  a key driver for GTL projects?
– Matching the product slate to the project

? Commercialising GTL products

14:20 GTL – great technology, rarely implemented

Ed  Osterwald

Ed Osterwald, Partner, CEG Europe

• Drivers of the economics of GTL  investments
• Global market trends in gas, crude oil and fuel products that will impact GTL decisions
• How capital costs and operating expenses affect returns
• Competitors to GTL
 

15:00 Afternoon Tea

15:30 GreenSky London, a Solena Fuels project

Sylvain  Motycka

Sylvain Motycka, VP Process & Technology, Solena Fuels

•        Introduction to Solena Fuels
•        Waste Biomass to FT
•        Utilizing Solena’s proprietary high-temperature gasification technology

16:10 US Shale Gas Drives Historic Industrial Growth

Don Pierson

Don Pierson, Business Development Director, Louisiana Economic Development

• Current US energy sector developments
• Economic impact and trends
• Potential barriers and challenges
• Dynamic future requires boosting work force training capacity

16:50 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

Malcolm  Wells

Malcolm Wells, Director, Malwell Corporate Projects Ltd

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FEATURED SPEAKERS

Arata Nakamura

Arata Nakamura

Senior Coordinator, Technical Planning & Coordination Unit, Technical Division, INPEX CORPORATION
Gareth Coetzee

Gareth Coetzee

GTL Evaluations Manager, PetroSA
Jeffrey Newton

Jeffrey Newton

President, Aleph Sciences Group
Neville  Hargreaves

Neville Hargreaves

Business Development Director, Velocys

Ahmed Abdullayev

Business Development Director, Renaissance Heavy Industries
Ahmed Abdullayev

Alex Forbes

Energy Journalist and consultant, Forbes Communications
Alex Forbes

Alex Forbes

Energy Journalist and consultant, Forbes Communications
Alex Forbes

Arata Nakamura

Senior Coordinator, Technical Planning & Coordination Unit, Technical Division, INPEX CORPORATION
Arata Nakamura

Don Pierson

Business Development Director, Louisiana Economic Development
Don Pierson

Ed Osterwald

Partner, CEG Europe
Ed  Osterwald

Gareth Coetzee

GTL Evaluations Manager, PetroSA
Gareth Coetzee

George Boyajian

Vice President Business Development, Primus Green Energy
George Boyajian

Jeffrey Newton

President, Aleph Sciences Group
Jeffrey Newton

Jennifer Zeiss

VP Business Development GTL, Sasol
Jennifer Zeiss

Liezl Venables

Lead Project Engineer, BP Refining and Marketing Technology, Conversion Technology Centre
Liezl  Venables

Malcolm Wells

Director, Malwell Corporate Projects Ltd
Malcolm  Wells

Mitch Hindman

Licensing Manager, ExxonMobil Research AND Engineering
Mitch Hindman

Neville Hargreaves

Business Development Director, Velocys
Neville  Hargreaves

Ramon Gonzalez

Program Director, DOE, ARPA-E
Ramon Gonzalez

Robert Clews

Head of Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals, Project Finance, SMBC Europe Division
Robert Clews

Santosh Gangwal

Director, Business Development, Southern Research Institute
Santosh Gangwal

Sylvain Motycka

VP Process & Technology, Solena Fuels
Sylvain  Motycka

Zoe Young

Principal Consultant, Midstream and Downstream, Gaffney Cline and Associates
Zoe Young

Sponsors and Exhibitors

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Gas to Liquids 2014: Delegate and Sponsorship Manual

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GTL 2013 London Highlights

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Gas to Liquids London 2013 Conference Report

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Industry Survey Results, February 2014: Gas-to-Liquids: Industry Trends, Challenges and Opportunities

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Interview with Iain Baxter

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Interview with James Vaughan

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Interview with Jeff McDaniel

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Interview with Malcolm Wells

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Alex Forbes Webinar 1

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Sponsors and Exhibitors


Aleph Science Group

Sponsors and Exhibitors
http://www.alephsciencesgroup.com/

Aleph Sciences Group (ASG) is an energy technology development group based in Ithaca, New York and Calgary, Alberta. ASG has developed and pilot tested different and unconventional approaches to GTL and GTC scenarios as well the upgrading of heavy oils.


Ariel Corporation

Sponsors and Exhibitors
http://www.arielcorp.com/

Ariel Corporation is the world's largest manufacturer of reciprocating gas compressors. Our compressors are utilized by the global energy industry to extract, process, transport, store, and distribute natural gas from the wellhead to the end-user. Ariel also provides specialized API 618 reciprocating compressors for the process industry. As a world-class manufacturer, Ariel sets the industry standard through expert design, manufacturing and quality, industry-leading research and development, and unmatched customer support.


BP

Sponsors and Exhibitors
http://www.bp.com

BP is one of the world's leading international oil and gas companies, providing its customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, retail services and petrochemicals products for everyday items.

BP has been actively developing Gas-To-Liquids (GTL) technology since 1981 and has invested over $500 million to date. BP’s Conversion Technology Centre pursues research and development for conversion of unconventional feedstocks, including renewables, into fuels and petrochemicals.

Find out more about BP at www.bp.com.

Media Partners


Energy Global

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http://www.energyglobal.com

Energyglobal.com is a web product from leading energy publishers, Palladian Publications Ltd, providing a unique information portal spanning the energy sector worldwide. In tandem with the website, the company also publishes a series of industry leading energy related technical and analytical magazines available by subscription, including: Oilfield Technology, Hydrocarbon Engineering, World Pipelines and LNG Industry.


Power Info Today

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http://www.powerinfotoday.com

www.powerinfotoday.com is one of the leading online service provider in the Global Energy Industry.We feature latest news, industry project updates and trends, www.powerinfotoday.com provides senior staff and other purchasing decision makers with all that is required to stay top in this growing market.

It is a specialist website dedicated to the new online marketing in B2B environment.We offer customized marketing solution to suit the specific requirements of our clients. It provides a common platform to improve the visibility and scope of the business internationally breaking the geographical barriers.



Alexander's Oil and Gas Connections

Supporters
http://www.gasandoil.com

Alexander’s Gas and Oil Connections is the web-service of Alexander Wöstmann, a national of the Netherlands from 1958 now living in Germany, and is the expression of the wish to give a different coverage on global energy-related developments.


Interfax

Supporters
http://www.interfaxenergy.com

Interfax Information Group, which has provided news and analysis for more than 20 years, presents Interfax’s Global Energy Services publications: Natural Gas Daily and Global Gas Analytics and our premium data content service EnergyHub - all available on www.interfaxenergy.com. Natural Gas Daily’s PDF publication provides global perspectives on natural gas news and events. Written by experienced energy journalists, news coverage includes global and regional political, regulatory, and economic issues that affect the industry. Global Gas Analytics is a monthly publication which provides detailed analysis and insight into the key factors driving gas markets and prices. At the core of the publication is a detailed, data-oriented examination of prices and fundamental supply-demand trends in four regions: Asia Pacific; Europe and Russia; Middle East and Africa; and the Americas.


World Oils

Supporters
http://www.worldoils.com

Worldoils is a company that combines the power of marketing as well as the in-house expertise for the Oil, Gas, Offshore and the Maritime industries. Worldoils' web portal www.worldoils.com has become a truly central platform for visitors who need information regarding oil and gas products and services, research, training, conferences, news and events as well as a popular advertising base for providers of Oil, Gas, Marine and Offshore services. Worldoils has also launched the jobs system and a marketplace. In the recent months, Worldoils has strengthened its position as a fast developing central place for buying and selling of land rigs, offshore rigs,barge rigs and other oilfield and subsea equipment.


International Journal of Oil, Gas and Coal Technology

Supporters
http://www.inderscience.com/jhome.php?jcode=ijogct

IJOGCT is a multidisciplinary refereed journal that is concerned with exploration, production, processing and refining, storage and transportation, economical, managerial, business, environmental, safety and security issues related to oil, natural gas, coal and petrochemicals as well as manufacturing and refining of biofuels.


E&P Daily

Supporters
http://www.ogilviepub.com/publication_detail.php?id=1

E&P Daily presents you with up to the minute vital facts on the international upstream industry. E-mailed to you every day, two pages in length, E&P Daily is an accurate and concise report that will immediately highlight the most significant international developments in the upstream industry. Regular features include ongoing and future projects, government policy and company news. Expert analysis will alert you to business opportunities worldwide. The weekly Sharewatch quickly highlights the status of the companies involved in the global upstream industry.


Power Technology

Supporters
http://www.power-technology.com/

Future Power Technology is an established monthly digital magazine, offering in-depth coverage of the global power industry in an exciting, interactive format.

Brought to you by an experienced editorial and design team, Future Power Technology is the essential read for any decision maker wanting up-to-date power industry news and analysis, with articles and interviews on new technology, energy, construction projects and designs, operations and maintenance and much more. . .

You can view our previous issues now, and subscribe to the magazine for free to get each new issue delivered directly to your inbox.



Petrofinder

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http://www.petrofinder.com

PETROFINDER is the leading and young company which is providing the most advanced online platform for the real time trading and auction solutions for international oil and gas industries and major physical markets. Please find our introduction and services as follows :
1. B-to-B Online Trading Platform in Energy Sector.
2. Trading & Brokerage, Marketing and Consulting Services.
3. Online P.R and Advertising Services.
4. Global Recruitment and Energy Expert Finding Services.
For more information about PETROFINDER, please visit our website www.petrofinder.com Or contact to sales@petrofinder.com


European Gas Hub

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http://www.europeangashub.com

European Gas Hub is the gateway to information on the European gas industry. We are the number one online source for professionals in the European energy and commodities sector (natural gas, LNG, coal, power) including: market analysts & forecasting, traders, business developers, consultants, structuring and origination, risk management.


Menas Associates

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http://www.menas.co.uk/home.aspx

Menas Associates is a boutique political risk consultancy specialising in providing analysis and advisory services to multinational companies and governments operating in emerging markets. Menas has a core team of senior consultants and a large network of in-country experts and analysts. Our foundation members are professionals in strategic risk management, diplomacy, international finance, law and academia. The diversity in our structure gives us a profound understanding of the intersection between business, politics and economics, and its effects on the investment market environment.


TechWeekEurope UK

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http://www.TechWeekEurope.co.uk

TechWeekEurope UK, is the authoritative UK source for news, features and reviews of business technology. Its aim is to help IT decision makers enhance their business with technology. The site provides insight on topics including mobility, security, cloud computing, public sector and sustainable IT. TechWeekEurope UK is published by NetMediaEurope, a leading B2B IT publisher owning a portfolio of 30 sites across Europe.


NRG Expert

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http://www.nrgexpert.com

NRGExpert is an independent energy market intelligence and research company. We specialise in energy market research reports, energy market databases and energy market consulting as well as analysis and market forecasts. Our global energy market research reports cover the electricity, water and waste, gas, hydrogen, nuclear and the renewable energy markets. We follow the energy markets very closely and we produce a wide range of reports, databases and directories. We also answer very specific energy market information requirements with our energy market consulting and data services. We provide information to a wide range of companies, associations, education and government bodies and organisations.


Oil Voice

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http://www.oilvoice.com/open/

Founded in 2002, OilVoice is a valuable source of upstream oil industry reference. It features a global selection of oil company profiles in one location, alongside continually updated industry news, operational data, focused regional information, contact details and key industry personnel.


Oilfield Conference

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http://www.oilfieldconference.com/

Oilfield Conference is the world's leading oil and gas conference and exhibition directory providing delegates with event information and registration services. We are the foremost online source for oil & gas engineers, scientists and management executives to access technical information about oil and gas conferences, exhibitions and forums. In addition to our online directory services, we publish the Oilfield Conference magazine, a quarterly publication that is available online and formatted for iPad, Android and other mobile tablets.


Offshore Technology

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http://www.offshore-technology.com/



Upstream

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http://www.upstreamonline.com

Upstream has, since its launch 12 years ago, firmly established itself as the leading news source in the international oil and gas industry. Our policy is to relentlessly pursue accurate, exclusive and independent news coverage of the entire upstream oil and gas industry in every corner of the globe.


Gas World International

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http://www.gasworld.com

gasworld is a specialised media company serving the global industrial gas industry. gasworld aims to be the primary source of information and services for the worldwide industrial gases community.
We provide a number of different services through our website (www.gasworld.com), including:
  • gasworld News - providing daily news on the global and regional gases business, special features on various topics, and interviews with leading individuals within the industry.
  • gasworld Magazine - a 56-page publication, packed with news, interviews and special features, with a circulation of between 2000-3000 per month and covering more than 130 countries worldwide.
  • gasworld Directory -  In January 2012 we launched a printed hard copy of our online directory, featuring the very latest contact details and product information for over 5000 companies worldwide.
  • gasworld Conferences – Our events take place all over the world, exploring pressing issues and topics at the forefront of the industrial gas industry.




LNG Industry

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http://www.lngindustry.com

LNG Industry is the leading publication for the global LNG industry, focusing on the entire LNG value chain. The magazine provides a global perspective on the industry with regular regional overviews, expert analysis and case studies, as well as in depth technical features addressing all aspects of the LNG industry.


ShaleStuff.com

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http://www.shalestuff.com

ShaleStuff.com is your all-in-one source for all things shale related. We cover everything about shale all over the world. Our website is dedicated to bringing together business and community in support of responsible shale gas development. The site has something for everyone-landowners, students, business owners, industry professionals and workers in the oil and gas industry. At ShaleStuff.com we like to keep it simple. On our site you will find recent news in an easy-to-read format.. We focus on breaking daily news and features from the field. Articles discuss many shale topics including the environment, jobs, the economy, education, landowner-related news, and featured technological advancements in the industry. Whether you want to learn the basics about shale, advertise for B to B in the industry, become part of our directories or want daily news updates, ShaleStuff.com has it all covered. Site features: • Up-to-date shale news and information • Articles contributed by businesses and experts in the oil and gas industry • Expos and shale event postings • Educational resources • Monthly E-Newsletter • Glossary • Job postings • Resume postings • A Career Education Directory • A Shale Business & Educational Directories • Shale oil and gas event Calendar • Business Advertising


LNG OneWorld

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http://www.lngoneworld.com

LNG OneWorld, a wholly owned subsidiary of Drewry Shipping Consultants, is an established brand within the LNG market place. LNG OneWorld for over a decade has been providing the industry professionals with rich and in-depth coverage on the LNG value chain helping them keep abreast of the trends in the industry. It provides latest news, editorials besides latest trade and shipping data. With strength of over 8,000 registered members across the world, LNG OneWorld contributes to help make better trading and investment decisions. LNG OneWorld’s subscriber base includes oil & gas majors, shipowners, shipyards, terminal operators, traders, risk managers, analysts, and industry leaders. To be a part of the LNG family and actively participate in the live discussion forums on the latest LNG issues all are welcome to register on www.lngoneworld.com


Cedigaz

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http://www.cedigaz.org

Cedigaz is an international association dedicated to natural gas information, created in 1961 by a group of international gas companies and the Institut Français du Pétrole (IFP Energies Nouvelles). It is based near Paris. Cedigaz has more than 150 members in 40 countries. Cedigaz' goals consist in gathering, compiling and analysing worldwide economical information on natural gas, LNG and unconventional gas in an exhaustive and critical way. The information that Cedigaz deals with touches on all activities and aspects of the gas industry (exploration, reserves, production and processing, transportation, trade, storage, distribution and consumption of natural gas). Cedigaz diffuses the information in its periodic bulletins, surveys and online databases.


evvnt Ltd

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http://www.evvnt.com

evvnt enables people all over the world to fill their events utilising the most effective event listing sites on the web. Every minute, with little more than a click, more events and conferences appear in listings, in search engines and on mobile - discoverable by both category and location. With next to no effort customers of evvnt get better attendance, while consumers find events they previously had no idea existed. To date customers in 70 countries worldwide have submitted over 500,000 thousand event listings, created over 300,000 live links, and generated 1 million clicks to ticketing and registration pages. Learn more at www.evvnt.com


Petroleum Africa

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http://www.petroleumafrica.com

Petroleum Africa is the world's leading monthly magazine dedicated to providing in-depth upstream and downstream coverage of key issues affecting the fast-paced oil and gas industries of Africa, the last great exploration frontier. Its broad-based coverage and analysis of current activities provides you with the latest news, an African country focus, exclusive interviews, technology updates, company profiles, and essential political reviews from the world's top energy players. And for daily news from the continent www.petroleumafrica.com offers the latest information as it happens, along with an event calendar, country reports, industry links, and access to Petroleum Africa magazine articles.


Oil and Gas International

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http://www.oilandgasinternational.com

OGI, Oil and Gas International, is the world's leading online source of upstream petroleum industry news, information, and analysis. It provides industry news updates several times a day and incisive feature articles written by seasoned petroleum journalists around the world and a team of experts across the globe whose insight and technical expertise are exclusive to OGI.


MJMEnergy

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http://www.mjmenergy.com

MJMEnergy offer energy consultancy, training and publishing solutions to energy companies worldwide. A multi-disciplined team of experts, all currently working within the industry, are available for consultancy assignments, training presentations and publishing projects.

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Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE)

Official Associations
http://www.gie.eu/

Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is an association representing the interests of European natural gas infrastructure operators active in natural gas transmission, storage and LNG regasification. GIE is a trusted partner of European institutions, regulatory bodies and industry stakeholders. It is based in Brussels, the heart of European policymaking. GIE currently represents 68 member companies from 25 countries.

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CPD AND PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTES

There are approximately 470 institutes in the UK across all industry sectors, with a collective membership of circa 4 million professionals, and they all expect their members to undertake CPD.

For some institutes undertaking CPD is mandatory e.g. accountancy and law, and linked to a licence to practice, for others it’s obligatory. By ensuring that their members undertake CPD, the professional bodies seek to ensure that professional standards, legislative awareness and ethical practices are maintained.

CPD Schemes often run over the period of a year and the institutes generally provide online tools for their members to record and reflect on their CPD activities.

TYPICAL CPD SCHEMES AND RECORDING OF CPD (CPD points and hours)

Professional bodies and Institutes CPD schemes are either structured as ‘Input’ or ‘Output’ based.

‘Input’ based schemes list a precise number of CPD hours that individuals must achieve within a given time period. These schemes can also use different ‘currencies’ such as points, merits, units or credits, where an individual must accumulate the number required. These currencies are usually based on time i.e. 1 CPD point = 1 hour of learning.

‘Output’ based schemes are learner centred. They require individuals to set learning goals that align to professional competencies, or personal development objectives. These schemes also list different ways to achieve the learning goals e.g. training courses, seminars or e:learning, which enables an individual to complete their CPD through their preferred mode of learning.

The majority of Input and Output based schemes actively encourage individuals to seek appropriate CPD activities independently.

As a formal provider of CPD certified activities, SMI Group can provide an indication of the learning benefit gained and the typical completion. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the delegate to evaluate their learning, and record it correctly in line with their professional body’s or employers requirements.

GLOBAL CPD

Increasingly, international and emerging markets are ‘professionalising’ their workforces and looking to the UK to benchmark educational standards. The undertaking of CPD is now increasingly expected of any individual employed within today’s global marketplace.

CPD Certificates

We can provide a certificate for all our accredited events. To request a CPD certificate for a conference , workshop, master classes you have attended please email events@smi-online.co.uk

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