WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Meet Senior Decision Makers From....


  • Argentinian Oil & Gas Shale Producers
  • US Oil & Gas Majors
  • South American Oil & Gas Companies
  • Canadian Oil & Gas Shale Majors
  • Argentinian Federal Government
  • Argentinian Provincial Government
  • Leading Neuquén Operators
  • Leading Latin American Operators
  • Companies Developing Assets In Argentinian Shale
  • Leading Operators Active In Other Major Latin American Shale Plays

With The Following Job Titles...


COOs, VP's, Directors, Managers, Team Leads & Chiefs Of...

  • Operations
  • Supply Chain
  • Completions
  • Engineering
  • Production
  • Procurement
  • Facilities
  • Logistics
  • Health, Safety & Environment
  • Unconventional Reserves
  • Strategy & Planning
  • Business Development
  • Government Relations
  • Legal

Plus....


  • Water Treatment & Filtration Companies
  • Proppant Suppliers
  • Proppant Manufacturers
  • Water Storage Companies
  • Investment Firms
  • Hydraulic Fracturing & Completion Technology Suppliers
  • Midstream & Pipeline Companies
  • Pressure Pumping Firms
  • Market & Economic Analysts
  • Environmental Consultants
  • Bioremediation Companies
  • Pressure Pumping Companies
  • Completion Technology Suppliers
  • Transport & Logistical Service Providers
  • Environmental Consultancies
  • Well Service Providers
  • Research & Development Institutes & Universities

History

The 3rd Congress In The Shale Gas & Tight Oil Argentina Series Dedicated To Driving Down The Costs Of Shale Development In Unconventional Argentina

American Business Conferences invites you to be part of our established series of South American Oil & Gas initiatives, bringing together senior industry players to unlock Argentina's vast Shale Gas & Tight Oil resources.

Water Management & Proppant Logistics, Shale Gas And Tight Oil Argentina 2013,  follows the recent sell-out successes, including, 'Shale Gas & Tight Oil Argentina 2012' (January 2012), followed by 'Shale Gas & Tight Oil Argentina II' (September 2012), which hosted speakers from all the major Argentinian Oil & Gas operators and has collectively drawn in over 900 delegates from across the globe.

ARGENTINA SHALE GAS & TIGHT OIL PORTFOLIO:

Shale Gas & Tight Oil Argentina 2012

(3-day Congress & Gala Dinner, Buenos Aires, Argentina, January 24 - 26, 2012)

The debut sell-out Congress (and first of its kind as the Argentina shale gas boom unraveled, boasting the third largest reserves in the world), covered a technical and strategically valuable program, delivered
 by an exceptional speaker line-up.

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Followed by, Shale Gas & Tight Oil Argentina II

(3-day Congress & Gala Dinner, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 18 - 20, 2012)

This timely Congress further addressed the nationalization of YPF and state-centric policies, bringing together experts from the local government and Oil & Gas E&P companies in Argentina to explore opportunities surrounding the phenomenal shale resources in the Neuquen, San Jorge, Austral and Chaco basins.

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DID YOU KNOW?...

American Business Conferences has held over 50 Summits in the Oil & Gas space since 2010, with over 10,000 attendees. Our established Oil & Gas Congress series stretches globally across the USA, Canada, South America, Asia and Europe.

Our speakers have come from almost every major unconventional E&P company operating in the Americas and Europe including: YPF, Americas Petrogas, Apache Corporation, ENAP, Chesapeake, Anadarko, Shell, BP, ConocoPhillips, Statoil, PennWest Exploration, Chevron, Hess Corporation, Continental Resources, BHP Billiton,PetroBakken, Talisman Energy, Plains Exploration & Production, Pioneer Natural Resources, Cuadrilla Resources Ltd, Tamboran Resources, Nexen Inc,  Sinopec, El Paso Corporation.

Our Sponsors and Exhibitors have included Halliburton, Baker Hughes, Schlumberger, WorleyParsons, Weatherford, Core Laboratories, Inc., Calfrac Well Services and Nalco to name but a few.

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LEARNING BENEFITS:

If The Argentine Oil And Gas Industry Is Going To Make Unconventional Well Costs Economic, It Is Vital That.....

...operators can attain sufficient supplies of frac water and proppant without having to spend the astronomical amounts of money that can compromise well economics.

The challenges of water supply, treatment and disposal need to be addressed to make these plays commercial.

Water Management & Proppant Logistics 2013: Shale Gas And Tight Oil Argentina will bring together the leading shale operators, strategy experts and government officials to spend two days focusing solely on water treatment, water transport, water regulations, supply of surface equipment and proppant supply and logistics solutions to guarantee water and proppant is available for fracing and drive unconventional Argentina towards US level well costs.

Key Strategic Learning Points Include:

  • WATER SOURCING: Bringing down the costs of water sourcing and examining recycling techniques to reduce the need for fresh water when fracing in Argentina
  • WATER RE-USE ECONOMICS: Evaluating the costs of water re-use to ascertain the economical viability of recycling flowback water in unconventional wells
  • WATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES: Evaluating different treatment technologies available to enable the cost effective re-use of flowback in Argentine shale plays
  • WATER DISPOSAL & LOGISTICS: Assessing the long term benefit of installing water pipeline infrastructure in Argentina to drive down overall well costs
  • PROPPANT SUPPLY: Assessing whether imported, locally sourced or locally manufactured sand is the most economically viable method of acquiring proppant for fracing

Water Management & Proppant Logistics 2013 is the 3rd in the sell-out Shale Gas & Tight Oil Argentina Series dedicated to driving down wells costs at every stage of exploration and production in Argentina's push for unconventional development.

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