6th Government Oil & Gas Fiscal Summit

Designing stable, competitive fiscal systems to attract gas investment

London, UK

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The Platform for Governments, NOCs, Regulators & Tax Authorities to Discuss Fiscal Strategies

This two day summit is the only platform for governments, NOCs, regulators and tax authorities from resource producing nations to come together and discuss how they can develop their oil & gas fiscal strategies to ensure they are delivering maximum value to their countries whilst still encouraging gas investment. The Summit will be held in collaboration with Wood Mackenzie, the leading experts in the field. 

Secure your Place Download 2019 Programme

Themes Will Centre Around:

  • Successful licensing strategies in a competitive environment
  • Progressive fiscal systems: windfalls and pitfalls
  • Energy transition: what could it mean for upstream terms?
  • Attracting gas investment
  • Fiscal policies for mature basins
  • Petroleum revenue management options


Why Should You Attend?

  • Being part of Summit exclusively for governments – there will not be any IOCs or service companies
  • Open and frank discussions – the Summit is conducted under the Chatham House Rule with no press in attendance
  • The opportunity to share experiences and learn from others
  • Insights from the world’s leading experts on fiscal policy


Tight Oil vs Deepwater: Which is More Valuable?

US tight oil and global conventional deepwater plays provide many of the most likely sources of material new oil production. Some companies – and their financial backers – are wedded to one or the other. This reflects their capabilities, risk appetite, geological preference and bank balance. Others seek a diverse portfolio an invest in both. 


Summary of 2018 Roundtable Discussions

Request your copy of the 2018 Summary of Roundtable Discussions to access:

  • Who attended in 2018
  • Why the summit is a must-attend for governments, NOCs, regulators and tax authorities
  • A full breakdown of the Summit Programme
  • Further information on the Global Oil & Gas Fiscal Systems Course
  • Further information on Wood Mackenzie and the fiscal insights and analysis they will be bringing to the Summit


How to develop fiscal terms:
Define the primary objectives

Prepare yourself for the summit:
Hear Government Fiscal Summit Speaker David Barrowman Vice President – EMEARC Consulting, Wood Mackenzie discuss with Meng Xu, Senior Product Manager, Wood Mackenzie discuss what the primary considerations should be for Governments when considering how to develop fiscal terms.


PODCAST: Wood Mackenzie – Upstream fiscal trends 2018/2019

Government Oil & Gas Fiscal Summit Speakers Graham Kellas and Aleks Popovics from Wood Mackenzie discuss the Upstream Fiscal Trends in 2018/2019

Global Oil & Gas Fiscal Systems Training Course

Join the CWC School for Energy and Wood Mackenzie at the Global Oil & Gas Fiscal System Training Course to assess how different fiscal terms impact investment decisions through a comprehensive, hands-on, practical course for government and oil and gas industry executives.

This is your opportunity to get Wood Mackenzie tools and analysis to optimise fiscal competitiveness and investment.

The Government Oil & Gas Fiscal Week

This is a very important Summit, with useful and great industry topics being discussed” AGT, Angola



Ensure you are part of the 6th Government Oil & Gas Fiscal Summit

Please contact Patricia Borges on: fiscal@thecwcgroup.com or +44 20 7978 0044

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