Conference Programme

The programme for BEOS 2024 will be available soon. 

BUSINESS AND EXPLORATION OPPORTUNITIES SHOW

Delivering and affordable and Seamless transition

Key Themes at BEOS 2024

State of the Industry

Shaping Things to Come

Business, Commercial and Financing landscape

Monetising Energy

NOCs / Resource Holders

Technology / Operations

Navigating the Transition

The Future for Exploration Geosciences

Prospects to Go

UK & Europe, Middle East, Africa, Americas, Asia/Pacific

26th March 2024

TIME Stream A (Auditorium) TIME Stream B (Room B+C)
8:00-8:30 Halls open - networking 8:00-8:30 Halls open - networking
Theme

State of the Industry

Theme UK Opportunities / Prospects to Go
9:00-9:30

Welcome Keynote 

Adam Law & Ian Sayers

AAPG Europe Past President and GESGB President

   
 

 

9:30-10:00

Keynote Speaker

Kevin McLachlan, Total Energies

   
10:00-10:30

Rystad Energy

10:00-10:20

Bid Rounds in the Energy Transition Era

Dee Patterson, Moyes & Co

10:30-11:00 

 

  

The Outlook for High Impact Exploration in 2024 and beyond

 Graeme Bagley, Westwood

10:20-10:40 

TBC

  10:40 -11:00

Andy Wood

11:00-11:40 Break - Networking 11:00-11:40 Break - Networking
Theme Commercial and Financing Landscape Theme Technology/Operations
11:40-12:10

Funding – The World is changing and so we need to change where we look for investors

Andrew Monk, VSA Capital

11:40-12:00

Surfing the Waves of Time: Exploring Latin America's Passive Margins with an Innovative Sea Level Curve

Douwe van der Meer, CNOOC International

12:10 -13:10

 

 

Commercial and Landscape Panel Discussion 

Moderated by Stacey Kivel, McCarthy Denning / PVE Consulting

12:00-12:20

TBC

 

TBC

12:20-12:40

Comparing conjugate margin architecture: Impact on petroleum systems in the Southern South Atlantic.

Neil Hurst, TGS

 

12:40-13:00

Beyond RTM – New shot migration in Slowness space 100Hz gathers

Jagat Deo, Seismic Image Processing

13:10-14:10 Lunch 13:10-14:10 Lunch
Theme The Shape Of Things To Come Theme West Africa Innovations and Opportunities
14:10-14:30

The UKCS: Exploration and the Energy Transition

Rhiannon Jones, NST Authority

14:10-14:30

Innovations in Deep-Water Sedimentology and Their Impact on Field Development on the Cote d’Ivoire-Ghana Margin

Bryan Cronin, Tullow Oil

14:30-14:50 

How have exploration trends & strategies changed over the decade in the UKCS & NCS?

Alyson Harding, Westwood

 

14:30-14:50

Namibia Offshore: Understanding the Active Petroleum System in the Walvis Basin.

Duncan Rushworth, Tower Resources

14:50 - 15:10

Mike Cooper, Trove

14:50-15:10

Constraints on Carbonate Reservoir Development: South Atlantic Margins

Anne McAfee, Core Lab

15:10-15:30

The Future of International E&P in a Realistic Global Transition: Do the numbers add up?

Mike Lakin, Envoi

15:10-15:30

Guinea Bissau: The case for it being the next Guyana

Ben Sayers, GeoPartners

15:40-16:20

Break - Networking 15:40-16:20 Break - Networking
Theme Changing Mindsets (panel discussion)  Theme International Opportunities / Prospects to Go
16:20-17:40 Moderated by Ceylan Gomez, CNOOC and Stacey Kivel, McCarthy Denning / PVE Consulting

16:20-16:40

TBC

 Justine Tinker, Tullow Oil

 Joe Court, Think Onward

16:40-17:00

Farmin Opportunities – Deepwater Gulf of Guinea

Philip Dimmock, Oando Energy Resources

17:00-17:20

 

International Pavilion Newfoundland & Labrador

 

 

17:20-17:40

IP Dominican Republic (Ministry of Energy & Mines)

 

17:40-20:00 SOCIAL EVENT

27th March 2024

 

TIME Stream A2 (Auditorium) TIME Stream B2 (Room B+C)
08:00-08:30 Halls open - networking 08:00-08:30 Halls open - networking
Theme International Farmout Hustle/ Prospects to Go Theme UK Focused Farmout Hustle
9:00-9:20

Life after Cinnamon, Lower Jurassic clastic prospectivity offshore Morocco

Gavin Elliott, Genel Energy

 9:00-9:20

International Energy Opportunities for Industry Participation

Mike Lakin, Envoi

9:20-9:40

High-impact Global Opportunities

Ian Cross: Moyes & Co 

9:20-9:40

Screening existing play fairways for missed opportunities using AVO inversion: examples from the North Sea and Atlantic margin.

David Went, TGS

9:40-10:00

Infrastructure led gas exploration in Ireland and Equatorial Guinea, helping supply much needed gas to the European market" - block FEL 4/19 in Ireland and EG-08 in Equatorial Guinea.

Jamie White, Europa Oil

 

9:40-10:00

From Orchard to Energy Harvest: Exploring the Sweet Promise of Gas on the Mid North Sea High and the Dabinett Prospect.

Peter Browning-Stamp, Horizon Energy Global Corporation

10:00-10:20

Farmouts Global

10:00-10:20

Cracking the code: Exploring for Buzzard analogues with new technology

Shane Westlake, Finder Energy

 

10:20-10:40

Farm-in Opportunity, Large Gas Field, Onshore Republic of Georgia

Phil Dimmock, Block Energy PLC

10:20-10:40

How the Willesden oilfield in North London was found and how it was forgotten

Graham Dean, Burgate Exploration 

10:40-11:00

Harvester Energy – using Pivotree to create a low cost single well oil development for recent UK North Sea 33rd awards 29/7-1 and 22/12-10 Tertiary age sand oil discoveries

Stephen Molyneux, Harvester Energy-Pivotree 

10:40-11:00

West of Shetland Gas – chasing the remaining giants on the UKCS

Colin Percival, Athena

11:00-11:40 Break - Networking  11:00-11:40 Break - Networking
Theme Monetizing Energy   World Hotspots
11:40-12:00

Raising Global Finance

Fox-Davies Capital

 

11:40-12:00

The Hydrocarbon Potential of the underexplored Cretaceous Plays Offshore the Moroccan Atlantic

Gal Hartman, Ratio Energy

12:00-12:20

TBC

 12:00-12:20

The application of outcrop studies to unravelling the hydrocarbon potential of the frontier Sohar Basin Offshore Oman.

Dr Andrew Racey, Consultant

12:20-12:40

Net Zero Delusions & The Need for More Investment - The Transition Could Take Longer, Let’s Invest Smartly in Cleaner Oil & Gas & the Sweet Spots.

Roy Kelly

 12:20-12:40 

TBC

12:40-13:00

Legislative, Regulatory & Political Update: How it will impact your business.

12:40 - 13:00

Offshore Timor-Leste: Chuditch Field, at the heart of a prolific Asia Pacific gas development fairway

Colin Murray, SundaGas

13:10-14:10 Lunch  13:10-14:10 Lunch
Theme Hydrogen   New Technologies
14:10-14:30

Global sweet-spotting for Natural Hydrogen

Max Brouwers, GE Tech

 14:10-14:30

Energy Businesses and CCS

14:30-14:50

Delivering Europe’s first natural hydrogen project in Aragón, Spain, and expanding activities across the EU.

Ian Munro, Helios Aragon

 

 14:30-14:50 

How on-demand access to global expertise can accelerate the energy transition through secure digital collaboration platforms

Joe Court, ThinkOnward

 

14:50-15:10

Hydrogen Exploration – Is it a thing?

Ben Sayers, HydroGenesis

14:50 - 15:10

 TBC
15:10-15:30

White Hydrogen - Mali

15:10-15:30 

TBC

15:40-16:20 Break - Networking  15:40-16:20 Break - Networking
Theme Caribbean and South America / Prospects to Go  Theme Core Studies Session
16:20-16:40

Colombia, Venezuela And Guyana, Latest Geopolitical And O&G Market Updates

Andres Mesa, Consultant

 16:20 - 17:20 The Evolution of Core Studies In The Revolution of Exploration and Development Models 
16:40-17:00

International Pavilion 

 

 
17:00-17:20

International Pavilion

 

   
17:20-17:40

Uruguay Atlantic Margin – Opportunity for a Shelf Margin Play Opener

Randolph Hiscock, Challenger Energy Ltd

   
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