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The World Convenes to Discuss Asia Pacific Shale Development in Dallas, TX

19 September 2014 – London, UK – The 5th World Shale Oil and Gas Summit will take
place in Dallas, Texas, 4-7 November 2014. Over 250 delegates and 50 speakers
from 45 countries will attend the summit, representing government and industry
in Australia, China, South America, the USA and elsewhere. The summit is the
largest international shale oil and gas conference, and by moving back to
Dallas this year, it positions the conference with access to the world’s
first-class shale gas sites.

Distinguished speakers attending the summit include:

  • Barry Goldstein, Executive
    Director, Energy Resources Division, DMITRE, Government of South Australia
  • Jin Zhijun, President, SINOPEC,
    China Petroleum E&P Research Institute
  • Hu Wenrui, Former Vice
    President, PetroChina, & President Beijing Energy Association
  • Hector Moreira Rodriguez,
    Independent Board Member, PEMEX
  • Ken Kirby, Senior Vice President
    for Development, XTO Energy
  • Robert J. Banks, Executive Vice
    President & Chief Operating Officer, Swift Energy

The World Shale Oil & Gas Summit: Asia Pacific Day will take
place on 7 November 2014. The day is dedicated to discussion about Asia’s shale
resources and is designed to introduce delegates from Asia to experienced shale
developers from the West.

The programme for Asia Pacific Day is designed to identify solutions
to key challenges, highlighting investment opportunities and building dynamic
partnerships.

The opening session will discuss how to attract potential investors
for shale development in Asia. The session will explore the huge potential of
developing Asia’s shale reserves, the opportunities available and the impact
its development will have on the global energy outlook. This session will
explore industry policies and development directions. Speakers for this session
include Hu Wenrui, Former Vice President, PetroChina and Jeffrey Haworth, the
Executive Director for Petroleum Approvals, from the Department of Mines and
Petroleum in the Western Australian government.

The second session will focus on international joint ventures and
collaborations, for example between North America and Asia Pacific. This
session will delve into the operational issues around developing a shale
industry, encompassing technology, processing, along with collaboration and
partnerships, mergers & acquisitions. Speakers for this session include Jin
Zhijun, President, Sinopec Petroleum E&P Institute and Barry Goldstein,
Executive Director of the Energy Resources Division, Department for
Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy (DMITRE), at the
Government of South Australia.

The third session of the day will discuss how to optimize
operational efficiency in shale development, for the long term. Panelists will
discuss how to overcome above- and below ground challenges to drive forward
Shale development. This discussion will explore infrastructure development for
efficiency, including resource management in terms of water and workforce. It
will also touch on case studies examples of where issues have successfully been
overcome. Discussion will also take place regarding China’s proposed pipeline
construction for LNG and its possible impact on the gas market; as well as
question if CBM and shale gas exploration be balanced and cost effective in the
long term. The session will also tackle how horizontal drilling and fracturing
technology processes are being applied.

One of the speakers for this session is Dr. Liu Yuzhang, Vice-President
of PetroChina’s Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration & Development
and the President of Langfang Branch of RIPED and Director of the National Energy
Shale Gas Research & Development Center in China.

In the afternoon, delegates at Asia Pacific Day will have the
opportunity to attend a site visit to the Barnett Shale Site to see Quicksilver
Resources’ Shale Site in Fort Worth. During the site visit, delegates will have
the opportunity to meet the representatives from the site, starting with a tour
followed by a presentation and a question-answer session.

Quicksilver Resources has leased close to 88,000 net acres at
Barnett Shale Site, of which approximately 60% of the acreage is currently held
by production. The company believes that approximately 1-2 trillion cubic feet
of total potential shale resources have been identified on the site.

To learn more about Asia Pacific Day, visit http://www.world-shale.com/. Media are
welcome to register attendance. 

About the World Shale Oil
and Gas Summit

The summit is organized by The CWC Group, twice winner of the
Queen’s Award for Enterprise. CWC has a 15-year track-record in delivering
energy events and training globally, focused on Oil & Gas Exploration &
Production, LNG, GTL, Shale Gas, Local Content, O&G Logistics &
Technology, Infrastructure and Water Management.

The company has organized over 600 events in the past 15 years, to
which they attribute their unparalleled wealth and depth of experience. CWC is
the acknowledged market leader for events and training in the oil and gas
industry. With representative offices and agents in Europe, Asia Pacific,
Africa, Middle East and the Americas, CWC is supported by a team of 140
employees based at their headquarters in London, England.

Media Contact:

Illka Gobius
PINPOINT Public Relations
M: + 65 9769 8370
E: illka.gobius@pinpoint-pr.net

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CWC Group Announces Additional Speakers for the 2nd Myanmar Upstream Summit

The CWC Group announces its speaker lineup
for the 2nd annual Myanmar
Upstream Summit
, to be held in Yangon, October 28-30, 2014.

The Summit
consists of a two day conference, 28-29 October, followed by two half-day
workshops on 30 October. Social occasions include a Networking
Drinks Reception, hosted by The Ministry of Energy (MOE) and The Myanmar Oil
& Gas Enterprise (MOGE), followed by a Gala Dinner & Networking Evening
which will be held 28 October.

The Summit
aims to provoke discussion and meaningful engagement about the crux of
Myanmar’s fledgling oil and gas industry. Some of the macro topics that will be
tackled include:

  • The Government’s vision for sustainable
    development to expand and develop its hydrocarbon resources
  • Updates and strategies relating the
    Environmental and Social Impact Assessments
  • Latest news relating to Production Sharing
    Contracts
  • How developing the industry will realize
    benefits for the people of Myanmar
  • Determining strategies to ensure sustainable
    growth for indigenous companies
  • Development of a skilled local workforce
  • Myanmar’s role for regional and international integration
    and cooperation 
  • Exploring the extent of Myanmar’s reserves by
    way of exclusive data presentations

Learn more
about the Summit’s
programme
.

The speakers who will bring
this to life represent local government; new and existing operators, international associations; indigenous, regional and
international companies.

The 2014
Distinguished Speakers confirmed to speak at the Summit are:

  • His Excellency U Zay Yar Aung, Union Minister,
    Ministry of Energy (MOE)
  • U Than Min, Director (Planning), Myanmar Oil
    & Gas Enterprise (MOGE)
  • U Than Tun, Director (Offshore), Myanmar Oil
    & Gas Enterprise (MOGE)
  • U Tin Myint Aung, Executive Geologist, Myanmar
    Oil & Gas Enterprise (MOGE)
  • Daw Wah Wah Thaung, Executive Office (Planning),
    Myanmar Oil & Gas Enterprise (MOGE)
  • U Nay Htun, Former Assistant Secretary General,
    UNDP and UNEP, Founder & Chairman, Green Economy Green Growth
  • Xavier Préel, General Manager, Total E&P
    Myanmar
  • Mariano Vela, President, Chevron Thailand
    E&P/Unocal Myanmar Offshore
  • Graeme Smith, VP Exploration Asia &
    Australia, Shell International EP
  • Jonathan Peachey, General Manager Exploration:
    Europe, Asia, Africa & Middle East, BG Group
  • Neil Gilmour, Vice President Development, Shell
    Integrated Gas
  • Andy Oldham, Director Exploration, Ophir Energy
  • Ken Tun, CEO, Parami Energy Group of Companies
  • Kyaw Kyaw Hlaing, Chairman, SMART Group of
    Companies
  • Daniel Clery, Country Manager, Woodside Energy
    (Myanmar) Pte Ltd
  • Craig Macmahon, Head of Upstream Research, Wood
    Mackenzie
  • U Win Khaing, President, Myanmar Engineering
    Society
  • U Lynn Myint, Vice President & Chief
    Geologist, North Petro-Chem Corporation (Myanmar) Ltd
  • Yasushi Sakakibara, Chief Representative – Asia
    Pacific Regional Office, Tokyo Gas Co. Ltd
  • U Kyaw Soe, Exploration Geologist, Parami Energy
    Group of Companies

Visit
http://www.cwcmyanmar.com/ for more
information about the event, or to register. Contact the CWC Group if you would
like to discuss a partnership for the conference. 

About the CWC Group
The CWC Group are renowned world experts in oil, gas, power, telecommunications, and infrastructure and investment sectors, particularly in emerging markets. We have a wealth of knowledge, offering top-level strategic events around the world.

We work closely with many governments, NOCs and international corporations to highlight the key issues and challenges facing the global energy industry. CWC operates globally and over the past 13 years, our gatherings have become widely acknowledged within the industry for their quality, prestigious level of government officials and senior corporate delegation. For more information, please visit: Website: www.cwcmyanmar.com


The CWC Group

Roshan Jan-Mahomed
Senior Marketing Manager, LNG & Gas Portfolio
CWC Group
rjanmahomed@thecwcgroup.com
+ 44 207 978 0018
Website: www.thecwcgroup.com

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PINPOINT Public Relations
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