London Calling: Time to Plan for APPEX 2007
Companies interested in exhibiting are encouraged to register immediately for APPEX London 2007, an exhibition and forum that annually attracts the industry’s top decision makers.
APPEX 2007 will be held March 20- 22 at London’s Royal Lancaster Hotel on the north edge of Hyde Park – a new location for the event, with easy access from Heathrow Airport via the London Underground to Lancaster Gate or Paddington Station.
The popular event offers prospect exhibits and upstream activity presentations that span the world.
“I attended APPEX 2006 and found it an excellent form in which to network with people that are key executives and decision makers in both major and smaller independent companies,” said Graham Heard, exploration manager for Northern Petroleum.
“APPEX gets it right by providing a forum that concentrates on deals for both buyers and sellers,” he added. “It only takes one right contact to make a deal, and this is bound to happen at APPEX.”
The addition this year of the AAPG International Pavilion means that exhibit space will be limited – hence, the urgency for exhibition registration.
Exhibition spaces come fully catered, and all exhibitor registrations include a presentation slot in the technical program to present their prospects.
Confirmed forum presentations include:
- ABN-AMRO-sponsored Finance Forum (five talks detailing financing of upstream exploration).
- Management of E&P Risk Analysis short course (presented by Peter Rose).
- European Basin Ranking Review (Tom Albrandt).
- Pannonian Basin Potential (Hungary).
- Norway – The Growing Opportunity (Andrew Armour, Revus Energy).
- International Deal Flow (Joe Staffurth, JSI Services).
- Colombia – An Update and the Opportunities (M. Weibe, Solana).
- Present and Future Opportunity in Russia (John Dolson, TNK-BP).
- Future of Offshore Gas-Australia (Ian Longley, Woodside).
- Pakistan – Past, Present and Future (Bernhard Krainer, OMV Exploration).
- Sub Saharan Africa (Bruno-Pierre Soulhol, Total).
- Deepwater Africa for the Independents (Alan Stein, OPHIR Energy).
- East Africa: Opportunity in Tanzania and Madagascar (M. Rego, Aminex).
For more information, or to register to attend or reserve one of the limited number of exhibition booths, go online to http://appex.aapg.org; or contact Peggy Pryor , AAPG meetings manager, at 918 584-2555; firstname.lastname@example.org.