APS ENERGRY CONFERERENCE - February 16-18, 2002.This is the first independent Petroleum Conference to be held in a leading OPEC OPEC: see Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.
in full Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries
Multinational organization established in 1960 to coordinate the petroleum production and export policies of its Country:
The 15th Annual APS Energy Conference MIDDLE EAST ENERGY STRATEGY TO THE YEAR 2014 Azadi Grand Hotel, Tehran, Iran - 16-18 February 2002
The conference is organised by the APS Energy Group and the Tehran-based IICIC, with the support of the Iranian Ministries of Foreign Affairs foreign affairs
Affairs concerning international relations and national interests in foreign countries. and Petroleum, and sponsorship of Agip, ANZ ANZ Australia and New Zealand
ANZ Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited
ANZ Air New Zealand (NZ national airline) Investment Bank, Credit Lyonnais, Denton Wilde Sapte Denton Wilde Sapte LLP (or DWS or Dentons) is a large law firm headquartered in the City of London at One Fleet Place, London EC4M 7WS, United Kingdom. , Enterprise Oil, GPEC GPEC Gestion Prévisionnelle des Emplois et Compétences
GPEC Greater Phoenix Economic Council
GPEC General Purpose Electronic Computer
GPEC Global Production Engineering Center , IranAir, Statoil, TotalFinaElf and US MagneGas.
This is an excellent opportunity to meet decision makers in Iran's petroleum sector. Participants will be able to assess the way in which Iran is opening up its petroleum sector to foreign investment.
Friday 15th February 2002 - Registration at Azadi Grand Hotel from 15.00 - Reception/Dinner from 20.00.
Saturday 16th February 2002 - 9:00-10:30 MINISTERIAL OPENING SESSION
2nd Session, 11:00-13:00 (after coffee break) UPSTREAM OIL & POLITICAL PERSPECTIVE * The Global Petroleum Perspective. * The Middle East Oil Reserves Oil reserves refer to portions of oil in place that are claimed to be recoverable under economic constraints.
Oil in the ground is not a "reserve" unless it is claimed to be economically recoverable, since as the oil is extracted, the cost of recovery increases incrementally & Exploration Prospects. * The Oil Production Capacities, Technical Innovations & Costs. * The Developments After the Sept. 11 Attacks & the Implications for the Middle East. * Strategic Connections Between the Caspian and the Persian Gulf Persian Gulf, arm of the Arabian Sea, 90,000 sq mi (233,100 sq km), between the Arabian peninsula and Iran, extending c.600 mi (970 km) from the Shatt al Arab delta to the Strait of Hormuz, which links it with the Gulf of Oman. .
3rd Session, 14:30-16:00 (after lunch break) CASPIAN OIL, OPEC & TRADE * Downsizing (1) Converting mainframe and mini-based systems to client/server LANs.
(2) To reduce equipment and associated costs by switching to a less-expensive system.
(jargon) downsizing the Caspian: OPEC & the Realities of Caspian Oil. * Impact of Climate Change Response Measures on OPEC - Assessment & Policy Options. * The Prospects for Oil Trade East & West of Suez. * The Market Pricing of Crude Oil on Both Sides of Suez.
4th Session, 16:30-18:30 (after coffee break) DOWNSTREAM OIL & TRADE * The Oil Refining Business and Products Trade in the Middle East. * Processing Crude Oil & Liquid Waste into the New Clean Fuel MagneGas.
Sunday 17th February 2002 5th Session, 9:00-10:15 UPSTREAM GAS & Pipeline Trade * The Economics of Natural Gas Reserves Development & Production. * The Prospects for Inter-State Gas Trade in the Persian Gulf.
6th Session, 10:45-13:00 (after coffee break) LNG LNG (liquefied natural gas): see under natural gas. * The Pricing of Pipeline Gas & LNG Exports in the Middle East & North Africa. * New Forces in the International LNG LNG Market - Consequences for Middle East LNG Exporters. * Will LNG Lead to Globalisation of the Natural Gas Market - A BP Paper. * Issues in International LNG Sales Contracts - A Paper by Denton Wilde Sapte. * Financing & Structural Issues in LNG - A Paper by Credit Lyonnais.
7th Session, 14:30-16:00 (after lunch break) DOWNSTREAM GAS * Middle East Gas Liquids for Export. * Middle East Gas to Power and the Iranian Energy Sector, A Tavanir Paper. * Middle East Gas to Liquids and the Iranian Project.
8th Session, 16:30-18:30 (after coffee break) PETROCHEMICALS * The Prospects for Middle East Petrochemicals - Significant Developments & Implications for Future Strategy. * A Major Petrochemical Investment in the Middle East: Experience & Perspective - a Shell Chemicals Arabia Paper. * The Latest Developments & Future Investment Opportunities in the Iranian Petrochemicals Sector - a Paper by NPC 1. (complexity) NPC - NP-complete.
2. (architecture) NPC - Next Program Counter. .. * The Prospects for Middle East Exports of Basic Petrochemicals - A SABIC SABIC Saudi Basic Industries Corporation
SABIC Sample-Band Image Coding (currency counterfeit deterrence technique) Paper.
Monday 18th February 2002
9th Session, 9:00-11:00 FINANCING ENERGY & PETROCHEMICAL PROJECTS * Presentations by Executives from Leading Financial Institutions
10th Session, 11:30-12.00 (after coffee break) RECOMMENDATIONS * Summary of the Main Points & Recommendations - Panel Discussions - The Conference Closes at 12.00. Speakers, Session Chairmen & Moderators will include: Petroleum Ministers to be announced To be announced (TBA)
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Among the Ministerial Speakers: * HE Mr. Bijan N. Zanganeh, Minister of Petroleum, Tehran. * HE Mrs. Masumeh Ebtekar, Vice President of the Republic for the Environment, Tehran. * HE Mr. Morteza Alviri, the Mayor of Tehran. * HE Dr. Sayed Mohammad Hossein Adeli, Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Affairs, Tehran. * HE Dr. Sadek Kharrazi, Deputy Foreign Minister for Education & Research, Tehran. * HE Mr. Mohamad Reza Nematzadeh, Deputy Petroleum Minister & President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of NPC, Tehran. * HE Dr. Mehdi Mirmoeizzi, Deputy Petroleum Minister and Deputy Managing Director of NIOC NIOC National Iranian Oil Company
NIOC Navy Information Operations Command (US Navy)
NIOC Naval Information Operations Command (US Navy)
NIOC Northern Illinois Orienteering Club , Tehran. * HE Mr. Ahmad Rahgozar, President and CEO of NIOC International, Tehran. * HE Hossein Kazempour Ardebili, Deputy Minister of Petroleum for International Affairs, Tehran. * HE Mohamad Aghaei, Deputy Minister of Petroleum for Oil Refining, Tehran.
Among the Speakers: * Terry Adams, Senior Associate, CERA & Former President of Azerbaijan The country of Azerbaijan is a presidential republic, with the President of Azerbaijan as the head of state, and the Prime Minister of Azerbaijan as head of government. The current President of Azerbaijan is İlham Aliyev. International Oil Consortium. * Henri d'Ambrieres, Senior Vice President, Credit Lyonnais, Paris. * Shahriar Afshar, President of Iranian Trade Association, San Diego. * Aman Amanpour, President, Shell Chemicals Arabia, Dubai * HE Dr. Ali Shams Ardekani, Executive Chairman, Asia-Pacific Inc., Tehran. * Daniel Champlon, Director, Institut Francais du Petrole. * Andre Graille, Consultant & former Executive in TotalFinaElf, Paris. * Susan Farmer, Senior Partner, Denton Wilde Sapte, London. * Morten Frisch, Senior Partner, Morten Frisch Consulting, London. * Dr. Narsi Ghorban, Managing Director, NarKangan GTL GTL - Gunning Transceiver Logic International Co., Tehran. * HE Yasuo Hayashi, Executive Managing Director, Mitsui & Co. * Gilbert Jenkins, Chemical Scientist & Energy Consultant, London. * Hitoshi Kurihara, Chief Representative for Energy Resources, Japan Bank for International Cooperation The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (国際協力銀行 . * Dr Abbas Maleki, President, Institute of Caspian Studies, Tehran. * HE Masahisa Naitoh, Vice Chairman, Itochu Corp., Tokyo. * Dr. Abi-Aad Naji, Senior Advisor, Observatoire Mediterraneen de l'Energie, France. * Nicholas Ridout, Global LNG Business Unit, BP, UK. * Dr. Seyed Kazem Sajjadpour, Director General, Institute for Political & International Studies, Tehran. * Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli, Director of Research, USMagneGas, EuroMagneGas & AsiaMagneGas. * Anthony Scanlan, British Institute of Energy Economics, London. * Pierre Shammas, President, APS Energy Group, Nicosia. * Larry A. Wheeler, Consultant & former President of Pecten pecten: see scallop. Arabian Co. (Shell), Houston
Administrative Details The participation fee is * US$ 2,750 for the first delegate. * US$ 2,250 for each additional delegate from the same institution.
Participants can be accompanied by spouses at no extra charge. There is no discount for unaccompanied un·ac·com·pa·nied
1. Going or acting without companions or a companion: unaccompanied children on a flight.
2. Music Performed or scored without accompaniment. delegates.
The participation fee covers: APS Conference's help for participant & spouse to obtain Iran entry visa'; attendance & the conference papers; full-board Azadi Hotel accommodation for participant & spouse from dinner on Friday Feb. 15 to lunch on Monday Feb. 18, 2002; a special programme for the spouses; and reception & airport-hotel-airport transfers.
The spouses are expected to observe the Islamic dress code
Cancellation Period: A substitute delegate may attend in place of participant provided passport details reach APS before Feb. 10, 02. Refund, less US$150 per delegate, will only be made to those who have registered on and after Sept. 15, 2001, and only if the cancellation notice is received by APS Conferences?IICIC before Dec. 31, 2001.
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