The definitive event of executives within the Oil and Gas industry, the 2017 Oil & Gas Council Asia-Pacific Assembly is the place to be for the Asian Pacific energy industry. It has proved to be a highly anticipated conference, and with attendance of well over 750 energy managers from the global region, 100 financiers and investors, as well as the presence of 75 energy companies and 50 speakers, it certainly seems that 2017’s Oil & Gas Council is an absolutely unmissable event for many from the Oil and Gas Industry as well as the finance sector.

As well it should, to be frank. This conference is marked with many topics of education and discussion for energy executives and investors – with a series of experts from throughout the world giving talks on subjects of individual speciality. The highlight of all of this has to be Dr Adam Law from ERC Equipoise’s panel discussion which is intended to highlight and analyse the most questioned subject from 2016 – the implications of oil and gas transactions within recent days.

We’re all too aware that the energy industry has been on its knees for many years now, and this panel is intended to highlight new corporate development opportunities within the Asia-Pacific and international oil markets, as well as develop deal flow and effective management strategies and practices. As the energy industry continues to recover, the panel will doubtless promote ways in which the industry can strengthen and eventually begin to grow again- making it unmissable for many professionals.

The 2017 Oil and Gas Council Asia Pacific Assembly will take place at the Raffles City Convention Centre in Singapore, from the 18th to the 19th of January 2017.

ERC Equipoise are the UK’s leading employee owned Oil and Gas Reservoir Evaluation firm. With their own Asia-Pacific offices based within Singapore, their main offices in London as well as their offices in Dubai, they are a leading authority on Geoscience, Engineering, Petrophysics and Economics which are called upon by E&P companies, the finance community and legal institutions for commercial studies and dispute processes.