Wood Mackenzie/CWC 6th Government Oil & Gas Fiscal Week, 7-11th October 2019
The 6th Government Oil and Gas Fiscal Week combines a three-day petroleum economics and fiscal analysis training course (7-9 October) and a two day Government Oil and Gas Fiscal Summit (10-11 October).
While the training course is open to all, attendance at the Summit is restricted to representatives from government departments, oil and gas regulators, tax authorities and national oil companies. It is the only event of its kind to be focused exclusively on governments’ strategies and challenges for the purposes of maximising fiscal oil revenues. The themes to be covered in this year’s Summit are:
- Successful licensing strategies in a competitive environment
- Progressive fiscal systems: windfalls and pitfalls
- Energy transition: what could it mean for upstream terms?
- Attracting gas investment
- Fiscal policies for mature basins
- Petroleum revenue management options
The Summit brings together leading petroleum fiscal and regulatory experts along with speakers from governments around the globe to exchange views and brainstorm together recommendations for new government policies. The Summit is regarded as a highly beneficial and unique learning environment for colleagues around the world by all attendees.
Key Summit Benefits:
- Unique opportunity to meet with colleagues governments, oil & gas regulators, tax authorities and NOCs to share challenges and solutions and devise the right win-win scenario for your jurisdiction
- Only summit strictly for governments only to engage in frank, honest and open discussion to gain constructive insights and conclusion to common concerns
- Benchmark your fiscal strategies with peers from around the globe
- Discover strategies to stimulate long term investment in your country
- No press allowed to enable the most open discussion
Graham Kellas, Wood Mackenzie’s SVP of Global Fiscal Research, will chair the event and lead the training course. Each Summit session will begin with Wood Mackenzie’s global overview of the topic, providing the international oil company (IOC)’s perspectives. This will be followed by presentations from government /NOC/regulator participants, based on their experiences followed by Q&As. For each of the topics, participants will be divided into groups and asked to share their perspectives with each other. Each day will end with each group making a short presentation to summarise their discussion.
Full details of the event can be found at: http://www.cwcgfs.com
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