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Annual Student Energy Conference 2016

Annual Student Energy Conference 2016

The Conference brings together some of the best students and young professionals from all over the world to discuss the latest developments in the energy world, with a strong emphasis on the oil & gas industry.





The Conference lasts FOUR EXCITING DAYS and is packed with educational and social activities, including:

– compelling keynote addresses from industry experts;

– educational sessions with student and expert presenters;

  • panel discussions;
  • workshops;
  • conference coffee-breaks featuring traditional local desserts;
  • topical lunches and dinners with delicious local food;
  • field trip;
  • a student party to top it all off!

When: 9th – 12th March 2016

Where: University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia

Website: http://spes.rgn.hr/asec/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/118051465228015/



Participant registration is now open — deadline is February 15th.

  • The Call for Abstracts is now open — abstract submission deadline is February 1st.
  • All in all — this event is guaranteed to be highly educational, fun and unforgettable! Places are limited so secure your place now!
  • Please share this event with your colleagues and friends who might be interested. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the Conference!

Great expectations – COP21.

Great expectations – COP21.

It has been over a month since Paris Climate Conference had place. That was the biggest meeting of its kind since the andoption of Kyoto Protocol in 1997 and it connected representatives of 196 countries from all over the world. The overarching goal of the Paris Agreement (global agreement that was negotiated) is to reduce greenhouse gas emission to limit the global temperature increase. Thinking about climate change and global warming we often think that it is connected with supporting the suistainable energy sources, blaming countries that base their energy production on conventionals and … this is partialy true, but how does it affect oil&gas sector?

In fact ten of the world’s big oil companies, mainly from Europe, jointly acknowledged that their industry must help address global climate change and said that they agreed with the United Nations’ goals of limiting global warming. This initiative was caused by the need of convincing skeptical world that energy companies, which base on fossil fuels, are serious about their impact on climate change problem. Even despite the fact that none of the American biggest oil companies took part in this statement Mr. Dudley, who is chief executive of BP, told reporters in Paris: “I think we can make the difference, almost every company here has large investments in the United States.” Changing the world’s energy mix is not easy. It will take time. Even with an exponential increase in investment in alternative energy, forecasts predict that fossil fuels will still make up a large share of the energy mix in 2040. Less than the 80% share of today, but almost certainly well over 50%.

Supplying growing need of world’s population in energy and lowering greenhouse gas emissions requires technology development and transparent reporting. Oil and Gas Climate Initiative listed actions and instruments that they plan to introduce. Those included cleaning up their own operations, reducing methane emissions that escape from oil and gas installations, internal award, compensation schemes and exchange of information. Many experts say that solutions like putting a price on carbon or the trading of carbon-emission permits will only inevitably rise the prices of fuels, but still are most efficient. The carbon tax paid by Statoil in Norway has for decades been the highest in the world. That has helped them to be one of the most carbon-efficient producers of oil and gas in the world. It works.

What is more, not all fossil fuels produce the same amount of carbon dioxide when consumed. Shell and Total have already invested in natural gas bussiness in recent years, which emits much less carbon than oil and two times less than coal. So, replacing coal with gas in the power sector would reduce emissions in the EU by around 450m tonnes of CO2 a year.

Taking a more global look on the global warming unfortunately only EU countries are strongly commited to reduce emissions so goods produced by local companies become more expensive, customers choose those produced in developing countries, for example China, which contribution to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is 30% and that creates a vicious cirle. Provided that China will stop the rise of greengases emission till 2035 other fast developing countries like India, south Asian, South American and African countries (together hold 20-30% of world’s CO2 emission) will not accept any of the restrictions unless they will get refund. If it comes to United States, contribution is 15%, The Byrd–Hagel Resolution is in force, what means that they cannot enter into any international treaty that could be harmful for their economy, but happily shale revolution which takes place there nowadays will enable lowering emission. With almost 0% of emission these countries are affected the most, but also their voice is the weakest- Small Island States such as Bahamas and Maldives. While others count financial profits and losses for these countries further rise of water in oceans may mean the end of their existance.

The agreement in Paris matters enormously. Not because it brings solutions and firm treaty that will be strictly kept by all the participants. But what it does, is that it has a vital value of creating a place for discussion and shows that diversity is important and even choices that every member of society make everyday matter. Pessimism will not bring about radical change. And pessimism will not orient us towards the solutions for climate change.




Shale World Europe conference

Shale World Europe conference

   On 17­th-18th of November 2015 in Warsaw, 6th annual Shale World Europe conference took place. Presentations contained valuable topics such as differences in type of shale gas resources in various parts of world. Chinese, UK and European (especially Polish shales) were mentioned. The considerations were about: how could it be exploited, what is the approach of the community, what are geological terms, process of getting licenses etc. Moreover, several companies presented their business profile and actual position in shale gas industry. Speakers presented their material and confronted with the questions from the audience during this two-day event.

   Regarding content of the conference, several topics were raised. First, taxation scheme is preventing potential activity not only in Poland but in Hungary too. Governments need to be more realistic and lower the fees. As for Ukrainian shale, western and eastern areas of country are perspective for unconventional gas production. It’s similar to Polish but the approach is different. Technology, policy, military and environmental issues are involved too, that shows how many factors are hindering the potential exploitation. Secondly, it’s worth to emphasize that large companies such as Chevron, abandoned Ukraine and Poland. The reasons could be demand of large capital investments and discouraging taxation. On the other hand, it was claimed that European conventional sources are running out and it’s the best time for research programs. Also, natural gas should be in coexistence with renewables because there is no future without any hydrocarbons. The last thing to deal is social license – companies needs to engage local communities and then maintain that engagement.


   Summing up, how can we solve the problems? No matter which part of world we choose, technology needs to be localized and companies needs to be prepared to involve themselves in a long-term relationship as it comes to invest and exploit shales. At Shale Gas World 2015, a group of professionals and people linked with industry created a summative point at the end of the year as for current shale situation. This topic is of course much more elaborate, we recommend to stay tuned for more detailed report from conference in upcoming YoungPetro issue.


6th Shale Gas World Europe Conference & Exhibition

6th Shale Gas World Europe Conference & Exhibition



17-18 November 2015


Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre, Warsaw, Poland

What is Shale Gas World Europe?

The 6th annual event is the largest and best attended shale event on the continent. It will allow you to meet the largest gathering of Europe’s unconventional pioneers and help develop the future of unconventional oil and gas. What Shale Gas World Europe achieves is connecting shale gas operators with local and national governments, European authorities, license holders, investors, and solution providers. Collaboration, partnering, advancing technology, influencing stakeholders and sharing experience – these issues, essential for developing this burgeoning industry, will be mentioned during the event.

The conference:

  • Hear from over 30 speakers, understanding the latest results and forward plans from operators and the strategies of local and national government
  • Participate in interactive round table sessions focussed on EU countries with shale prospects and specific technical issues in unconventional E&P
  • Highlighting the latest technologies and services in the industry
  • Meet and build lasting business relationships with all of the key figures in European shale gas and oil
  • Learn how European wide Shale production could impact upon local economies, job creation, and energy security

For more information, please visit www.terrapinn.com

Open Libya Oil & Gas Forum in London

Open Libya Oil & Gas Forum in London

When: on 19-21st October 2015

Where:  London, UK

Website: www.libyaoilgas.com

During his first keynote speech in front of the oil and gas community at last year’s New Libya Oil & Gas 2014 Forum, Mustafa Sanallah, Chairman of the Libyan NOC, stated that production output is his highest priority. Indeed, a major oil company operating in the country just announced that their production in Libya has now exceeded the pre-revolution levels. On 22nd May, the same company announced an offshore discovery, something that proves the enormous role that Libya plays and is destined to play in the global oil industry.



This year, at the 4th New Libya Oil & Gas 2015 Forum, organised by IRN on 19-21st in London under the official patronage of the National Oil Corporation of Libya, Mustafa Sanallah will give a keynote opening speech and the key NOC affiliate companies’ and joint ventures’ Chairmen will give an overview of operations and development plans in the country. The 3rd day of the Forum will feature two workshops, the first one on oil and gas regulations and Petroleum Law in Libya and the second one on physical security and risk management in Libya.


Amongst speakers will be the Chairman of Mellitah Oil & Gas (joint venture between ENI and NOC), the Head of Downstream Development, the Chairman of AGOCO (Arabian Gulf Oil Company), the Head of Exploration, the Head of Reserves, the Head of Planning, the Head of Cooperation, the Head of Technical Information and the Head of Marketing. The Former Chairman of the NOC Libya, Nuri Berruin will also be present at the Forum. International oil companies with long operations in the country such as the Shell will also be sharing their insights.

Last year the Forum’s 300 senior level attendee delegation included Total, OMV, Statoil, Gazprom Neft, Petrobras, Hess Corporation Libya, ExxonMobil, Sonatrach Libya (SIPEX), Crosco, Technip, BB Energy Group, British Arab Commercial Bank, Shell International Upstream, Yokogawa Middle East & Africa, Occidental Libya Oil and Gas, Petrofac International Limited, Egyptian Drilling Company and GE Oil & Gas.

More information about the Forum is available on the website: www.libyaoilgas.com and released bimonthly in the Forum’s newsletter to which someone can subscribe here.

• The Summit is organised by International Research Networks, a leading business intelligence group, transmitting information through highly topical Conferences, Summits, Meetings and Reports. To find out more please visit www.irn-international.com
• For all media and press enquiries please contact Xenia Sapanidi at XeniaS@irn-international.com, +44 (0) 207 111 1615.


Black Gold International Forum in Ufa – Report

Black Gold International Forum in Ufa – Report

Bashkir State University and BashSU SPE Student Chapter

The «Black Gold» International Forum was held in the Bashkir State University on 11-13 May of 2015 for the first time. The event was organized by BashSU SPE student Chapter. The Forum took place on the base of the Department of Geophysics, Physical-Technical Institute of Bashkir State University.

BashSU SPE Student Chapter has got more than 100 applications from all over the world. Our participants were from Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kazan, Tyumen, Tomsk, Ufa), Kazakhstan (Astana, Almaty, Aktobe, Atyrau), Germany, India, Namibia, Canada, Nigeria and Tanzania.


May 11th, 2015 – The First Day

The guests arrived in the capital on May 11, and immediately, on the first day, were pleasantly surprised by the cleanliness and beauty of our city. They were provided with housing on the basis of the hotel «Biatlon», which is ideally located in a green area of Ufa. There was also the opportunity to rent bicycles and roller skates for active rest lovers.

In that evening students visited the Lyalya-Tulip Mosque, the Victory Park, the Monument to Salavat Yulaev, the “House of Friendship of People”, the Aksakov Park, the Nesterov Museum and the Ferris wheel.

Of course, in that day, many students have discovered not only man-made sights of the city, but also the sincere flavor of the Republic of Bashkortostan and its capital – the real beauty of nature, which is so skillfully gets along in one of the largest cities in Russia.


May 12th,  2015- The Second Day

In the second day of the forum BashSU SPE Student Chapter  officially welcomed the participants and guests of the event, presented the management team of the University and the Department of Geophysics and organized a concert with the participation of creative teams and performers of the University.

After the Opening Ceremony, all students were divided into technical sections devoted to contemporary problems of oil and gas industry. The participants shared their experience and told about their scientific papers.

After the lunch, young people attended the workshops from oil and gas industry specialists: Tagir Salakhov and Azat Yusupov from «ROSNEFT», Andrey Bochkov from GAZPROMNEFT-STC.

The participants to could also work at the personal growth technique with USPTU SPE Student Chapter, which conducted the «Soft Skills» training, or take part in oil and gas intellectual game «Oil Barrel», organized by Kazan Federal University SPE Student Chapter. At the same time, the SPE Round Table was carried out. The students shared reports about their progress and discussed the common successes.

At the Closing Ceremony the President of BashSU SPE Student Chapter Regina Nafikova and the Vice-president Emil Fattakhov presented awards to winners and prize-winners in all sections. The gifts were also presented to winners of intellectual game «Oil Barrel». It is noteworthy that all prizes in the «Oil and Gas service» section were won by BSU students.

May 13th,  2015- The Third Day

The third day of the Forum was perhaps the most exciting event for participants. It was the Field Trip outside Ufa as a geological practice. We visited the amazing lake-spring Zyangyar Cul – Blue Lake, climbed to the top of limestone mountains with breathtaking views. The next point of our trip was the health resort «Krasnousolsk», which is famous for its mineral waters and curative mountain air.


Inconclusion, wewanttoaddthatallparticipantsoftheForumweresatisfiedandcontinuetosendpositivefeedbackabouttheevent, inwhichtheypromisedtocomenextyear.

For reference: *SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) is an international noncommercional organization of technical specialists of oil and gas industry.

SPE Student Chapter was found in the Bashkir State University in March of 2013. Chapter works with student and post-graduate students, allowing them to learn more about oil and gas industry and to obtain useful skills of business communication.
For further information about BashSU SPE student Chapter activity you can found on the following links: 
VK group and insert on the site of SPC «Geotec».

BashSU SPE Student Chapter would like to express special thanks to the following companies for their support in holding of «Black Gold» International Forum:

  • Scientific and Production Company
  • Scientific and Production Center Geotec
  • LLC«BashNIPIneft
  • Shell Oil Company
  • Halliburton International Inc.
  • Schlumberger Company


Also we would like to express thanks for the assistance of our media partner YoungPetro

BashSU SPE Student Chapter also expresses thanks

Department of Geophysics of Bashkir State University


We would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to media-partner “Young Petro” magazine


Please do not hesitate to contact us: 


  • Regina Nafikova

President of BashSU SPE Student Chapter



  • Emil Fattakhov

Vice-President of BashSU SPE Student Chapter



  • Guzel Vakhitova

Coordinator of BashSU SPE Student Chapter



You can find more photos on the following links:

Opening Ceremony: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/p4ewmlekgcw551t/AAC2DmyRtwlieFqNRq1sWvoTa?dl=0

Sections: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jvex9c33h9tdi6b/AACEldDj0BxiNvtALL9vzrEsa?dl=0

Closing Ceremony: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jxxsftrqtfmohla/AAClHkSCNHcj7uW_EkfhtT_9a?dl=0

Konkluzje BAT – wymogi techniczne i problematyczne aspekty wdrożenia

Konkluzje BAT – wymogi techniczne i problematyczne aspekty wdrożenia

(Workshops in Polish)

When: 17-18 June 2015

Where:  Westin Hotel, Warsaw, Poland

Website: http:http://mmcpolska.pl/event/konkluzje-bat-wymogi-techniczne-i-problematyczne-aspekty-wdrozenia


Konkluzje BAT są dokumentami stworzonymi na podstawie BREF-BAT, przyjmowanymi w drodze decyzji Komisji Europejskiej, zgodnie z przepisami dotyczącymi emisji przemysłowych. Formułują one wnioski dotyczące najbardziej efektywnego i zaawansowanego poziomu rozwoju technologii i metod prowadzenia danej działalności energetycznej lub przemysłowej – w tym opis i informacje służące ocenie ich przydatności. Dotychczasowe wartości wielkości emisji określone w pozwoleniach zintegrowanych często nie odpowiadają rzeczywistej emisji z instalacji. Nowe regulacje zmuszą marszałków i starostów do prawidłowego określania parametrów udzielania tych pozwoleń. Dostosowanie instalacji do wymagań określonych w konkluzjach BAT powinno nastąpić w terminie maksymalnie czterech lat od dnia ich publikacji w Dzienniku Urzędowym UE. Tym samym nakłada to na zakłady wiele nowych obowiązków związanych z podejmowaniem trudnych decyzji modernizacyjnych oraz inwestycyjnych. Podczas organizowanych przez nas w dniach 17-18 czerwca 2015 roku w Hotelu Westin warsztatów dowiedzą się Państwo jak prawidłowo funkcjonować w tej nowej rzeczywistości prawno–technicznej, w tym przede wszystkim jakie kroki podjąć w celu pozyskania lub zweryfikowania pozwolenia zintegrowanego. Uzyskają Państwo praktyczną wiedzę w kwestii efektywnego użytkowania instalacji, przeciwdziałania ryzykom związanym z niedostosowaniem się do nowych wytycznych oraz efektywnego zarządzania produktami ubocznymi w procesie spalania. Prelegenci dzieląc się swoim doświadczeniem zawodowym, pomogą rozwiać wszelkie wątpliwości oraz rozwikłać pojawiające się sytuacje ryzykowne lub sporne w zakresie dostosowania instalacji do nowych standardów.

Główne zagadnienia:

  • Konkluzje BAT – ich wymogi i status prawny w świetle Dyrektywy IPPC
  • Wpływ wymagań BAT na kształt pozwolenia zintegrowanego
  • Efektywna eksploatacja instalacji energetycznego spalania
  • BAT-AEPL – określenie najlepszych dostępnych technik w ujęciu wskaźnika efektywności środowiskowej
  • Zarządzanie produktami ubocznymi w procesie spalania
  • Modernizacja instalacji odazotowania spalin
  • Modernizacja instalacji odsiarczania spalin
  • Niedostosowanie się do nowych wytycznych – przepisy a rzeczywistość


Podczas warsztatów swoje prelekcje zaprezentują:

Agnieszka Skorupińska, kancelaria Dentons, Mgr inż. Małgorzata Bednarska-Puente, Multiconsult Polska, Maciej Krzyczkowski, Generalna Dyrekcja Ochrony Środowiska, Konrad Nowak, Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Energetyki Cieplnej Sp. z o.o. w Olsztynie, Dr hab. inż. Grzegorz Wielgosiński, Politechnika Łódzka, Mgr inż. Robert Żmuda, SBB ENERGY S.A.

Więcej informacji znajdą Państwo na stronie: http://mmcpolska.pl/event/konkluzje-bat-wymogi-techniczne-i-problematyczne-aspekty-wdrozenia



Paulina Kaczmarek,

Kierownik Projektu

T: 22 379 29 31

E-mail: p.kaczmarek@mmcpolska.pl

Actual and Future Scenarios of Shale Gas in Europe CEE Shale Gas & Oil Summit 2015 Report

Actual and Future Scenarios of Shale Gas in Europe  CEE Shale Gas & Oil Summit 2015 Report

Barbara Pach, Karolina Zahuta

    From 9th-10th March our attention was attracted by the Eastern Europe Shale Gas&Oil Summit 2015 which was held in Radisson Blu Hotel in Warsaw. This event gathered many international authorities from the O&G industry; technical experts, professionals and students from Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, UK, Ukraine and USA. The two-day conference, with four sessions each day, paid attention to the themes such as previous experiences and future predictions for shale gas in Europe. What we found the most interesting were the newest methods of extracting gas from shale with the use of CO2, legislation of exploring shale gas in several countries, the public opinion on shale gas and many others.


     These highly interesting presentations and discussions allowed us to prepare an overview of the current situation and the future of shale gas exploration in Europe. Marek Madeja, Poland Country Manager for Cuadrilla reminded the audience that it took about 18 years to start commercial shale gas production in the USA while in Poland it is still a fresh issue. That’s why there’s no comparison between the US and the current situation in Europe which still needs time to develop. Akshay Pasrija from United Oilfield Services mentioned another reason why we shouldn’t compare the two continents – the difference in geology which means that technology used in the USA cannot be implemented in Europe. Furthermore, there’s a big difference in law – in the USA it’s in a landowner’s business to explore potential hydrocarbons while in the European Union, the resources belong to the state. Moreover the EU regulations and recommendations are restrictive.

    Undoubtedly, the attitude of government matters too. It seems that there’s a need for government investment in basic science and research (notice that the USA has spent a lot of money before achieving the success in production).  “Behind a “yes” decision there is a risk”, the experts said, that’s why important decisions are made with concern, postponed or avoided by executives. Summarizing the discussion, which took place in the third session of the second day of the conference, when it comes to the situation in Poland, it looks like the biggest oil & gas companies aren’t so convinced to step into the Polish market, because no one will risk losing money when it could take a long time to develop and stabilize the current situation. For entrepreneurs it’s safer to go home rather than to invest money in Poland right now. Moreover, Paweł Poprawa, expert in unconventional gas and oil,highlighted the importance of the much-needed good PR of shale gas exploration. Local communities should  be informed and aware of the real dangers of  shale gas exploration and extraction. An example for this is the situation in UK, where drilling was blocked many times by protests of citizens.

    What more should be changed? According to lawyer Maciej Jóźwiak, we need a clear, transparent law.  The process of giving licenses should be sped up and the problem with taxation should be solved looking at the experiences of other countries that produce hydrocarbons from unconventional reservoirs. In Mr Poprawa’s opinion firstly we have to frack more, then extract and invest more money in research. Patience and changed approach may also play a big role in improving the situation.

Making a general conclusion, the market is unpredictable and many factors may influence the situation of shale gas in Europe. It can change very quickly and attract investors again, even within the next decade.

     To sum up, as students, this conference gave us a view on current and future shale gas and oil exploration. Hearing from experienced people about various interesting topics was very enlightening. We can see a chance for developing the current market situation, we just have to create the possibility for things to go in the right direction and be patient. As a YoungPetro delegation we are looking forward to more such fantastic events we are always willing to participate in. Special thanks to Charles Maxwell, the organizer of CEE Shale Gas&Oil Summit.

1st European Oil and Gas Training and Simulation Forum

1st European Oil and Gas Training and Simulation Forum

When: 9th and 10th of July 2015

Where: Mövenpick Hotel City Center, Amsterdam – Netherlands

Website: http://nrg-events.com/nrg-europe-oil-gas-training-simulation/


Barcelona, Spain – March 24th, 2015 – Following a successful series of events in Oil & Gas and Nuclear Training & Simulation, NRG Events have now scheduled the 1st European Oil & Gas Training & Simulation Forum.

amsterdam event

The challenge for many End Users throughout Plant lifecycle is to manage the replacement of retiring employees to the new generation without disturbing Productivity and improve Plant reliability.The event will focus on the latest developments in Training and Simulation for entire Oil and Gas Process lifecycle; will cover upstream, midstream and downstream, business process simulations, HR/Training and Development.
Key Highlights of the Forum:
• Presentations from the NOC’s, IOC’s, universities and industry organizations.
• Exhibitor stand by Vendors to showcase their services and solutions and some will present as well.
This two day event will showcase latest developments and solutions on Training & Simulation strategies also with an exclusive exhibitors area. Attendees will hear cutting edge presentations from Experts on the Oil and Gas Industry, Training – Simulation Vendors, Research Institutes and Universities.

Registration for this exclusive event is online. Our registration system is very efficient and secure. We will provide you instantly via email with the correspondent invoice and tickets for the event., please visit the link: http://nrg-events.com/nrg-europe-oil-gas-training-simulation/program-day-3-europe-oil-gas-training-simulation-2015/ .

 For any additional questions or remarks, feel free to contact us. We look forward to your presence.


NRG Events – www.nrg-events.com – (+34) 656 886 245

Global Shale Oil And Gas Summit 2015 Europe

Global Shale Oil And Gas Summit 2015 Europe

When: 9th and 10th of July 2015

Where: Hilton London Kensington Hotel, Holland Park Ave, London UK

E-mail: info@paradigmglobalevents.com

Website: http://www.paradigmglobalevents.com/events/shale-gas-summit-2015/



The US shale gas boom has been a game-changer and it transformed the gas market outlook. Other countries are taking steps to tap into the possibility of shale gas exploration and production which will greatly expand worldwide energy supply. Though Europe is in the early days for shale exploration, the governments and relevant parties are encouraging developments in the industry, with the aim to support Europe energy security.

To frack or not to frack? This is the question that energy market players and analysts have been asking themselves about. Join us at this summit, to gain further insights of the development of shale gas revolution, its new challenges and opportunities. Don’t miss out on the success story of shale gas development from various industry experts.

This summit also sets a platform for you to explore opportunities, latest exploration and production techniques and strategies. You will get to examine the challenges faced, latest regulatory frameworks, and investment opportunities. Is shale gas the answer? Get to know more at the Shale Gas Summit 2015 to take full advantage in the new horizon of unconventional gas expansion.

Key Topics and Why Should You Attend:

  • Get to know governmental initiatives for the economic outlook in Shale E&P
  • Reviewing investor perspective: what the appetite is for Shale E&P
  • Network with key industry stakeholders, decision makers and influencers
  • Grasping the latest technical insights from operators
  • Learning from the experts about the geoscience behind Shale Potential