Learn the latest on the government’s plans to auction rights to the Vaca
Muerta to international investors
Evaluate the current demand and supply of proppants, water, rigs and
other materials necessary to drill
Assess recent supply chain developments to support unconventional oil
& gas production
Analyze current transportation infrastructure serving the oil & gas
Gain insights into the market for Argentina’s oil and gas, now and moving forward
Argentina’s oil and gas industry is on the verge of an enormous boom with multiple deals, including YPF and Chevron: $16.5 billion; YPF and Dow: $188 million; Gas y Petróleo del Neuquén and Germany’s Wintershall: $3.3 billion. That’s $20 billion in Argentine oil and gas deals – and that was just 2013. First movers are jockeying for position, eager to take advantage of vast gas reserves ranked second largest in the world. And this will intensify in 2014, as the province plans to auction rights to explore the Vaca Muerta to international investors – only the second auction since 2008.
To fully exploit new developments, stakeholders need to work around restrictions on the importation of rigs, materials and tools. They need to obtain as much well data as possible to fully assess their options and lay the groundwork for drilling in the play. And much has to be done to create a reliable supply chain that can service those who make the decision to develop unconventional resources in the country.
To get the answers you need, make key contacts and forge key relationships with leading Argentina players, attend Infocast’s Argentina Frac Supply Chain Summit. Meet with E&Ps, field service companies, equipment and construction suppliers, investors, government officials and others to get the full picture of what’s happening on the ground in Argentina. With the contacts you’ll make and the up-to-the-minute information you’ll obtain, you’ll be in a position to capitalize on all the new developments associated with the Argentina shale boom. We look forward to meeting you in Buenos Aires.
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