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FORUM 15 - 2015


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OGIF Mission:  The OGIF is a public-private partnership involving government and industry representatives from the United States and China.  The Forum enables both countries to meet common goals, including the development of secure, reliable, and economic sources of oil and natural gas while facilitating investment in the energy industry.
 
 

 
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2015
  • Registration
  • Site Visit at Sinopec Fuling Shale Gas Project
  • Chongqing Vice Mayor Meeting
  • Informal Reception
 
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2015
  • U.S. Government and Chinese Government Senior Officials' breakfast meeting (10 persons from each US and China)
  • US Government/Chinese Government and US Industry/Chinese Industry Meeting (20 persons from each US and China)
  • OGIF Opening
  • Chongqing Municipal Government Opening Remarks (WENG JieMing, Chongqing Vice Mayor)
  • US and Chinese Government Officials’ Opening Remarks
    • ZHANG Yuqing, Deputy Administrator
      National Energy Administration, China
    • Christopher Smith, Assistant Secretary
      Office of Fossil Energy
      US Department of Energy

Session 1: Sustainability & Efficiencies (Onshore/Offshore)
Moderator: Robert Fee, Chief of Staff, Office of Fossil Energy, US Department of Energy

Special Presentation
  1. Current situation and prospect of shale gas development in Chongqing
    ZHANG Dingyu, Deputy Director of Chongqing People’s Congress

Oil

  1. Oil companies’ challenges and opportunities on capital expenditure from the perspective of the business cycle
    WANG Zhen, Deputy General Manager, CNPC Policy Research Office
  2. Unconventional Resource Development in the New Energy Pricing Environment
    Mark Nelson, Vice President, Commercial & Communication, ConocoPhillips
  3. Lean Leads the Way in a Low-Price Environment
    Zhiyong Zhao, Vice President, HESS Corporation and Managing Director, HESS China Oil and Gas Limited
Session 1: Sustainability & Efficiencies (Onshore/Offshore) (continued)
Moderator: LIU Deshun, Director General, Oil & Gas Department, National Energy Administration
Gas
  1. Improving Project Net Present Value (NPV) through Optimized Processed Technology
    Brian Huston, Asia Pacific Technology Manager, Halliburton
  2. Sustainability Through the Supply Chain
    Jennifer Bell, CEO, Elements Offshore/ASME
  3. Recent Technical Advances in Shale Plays – Practical Applications in the Eagle Ford Shale
    Gerald A. Morton, General Counsel & Vice President of Business Development, Carrizo Oil & Gas, Inc.
  4. Methods and Measurements in EOR CCUS
    ZHANG Jian, Chief Engineer, Central Research Institute R&D Center, CNOOC
Session 1: Sustainability & Efficiencies (Onshore/Offshore) (continued)
Moderator: Maureen Smith, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Industry & Analysis, International Trade Administration, US Department of Commerce
  1. Reservoir Characterization, Drilling & Completion, & Field Development
    HU Wenge, Deputy Director of North-West Oilfield Company, Sinopec
  2. Direct Imaging of Fracs, Natural Fracture Networks, and Producing Volumes with Passive Seismic Data
    Alfred Lacazette, PhD, Global Geophysical Services, Inc.
  3. Development, exploration, and production resources of deepwater oil and gas
    ZHANG Wei, Chief Reservoir Engineer, East Oilfield Company – South Sea, CNOOC
  4. Analysis of China’s natural gas imports
    LI Yao, President, SIA Energy Consulting Group
 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2015

Opening Comments (with Henry Hub focus)
Maureen Smith, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Industry & Analysis
International Trade Administration
US Department of Commerce
 
Session 2: Diversification & Innovation (Onshore/Offshore)
Moderator: Sally Kornfeld, Director, International Division, Office of Oil & Natural Gas, US Department of Energy

Oil & Gas

  1. History and future of continental oil and gas resources in China
    HE Jiangchuan, Deputy General Manager, Exploration & Production Branch, CNPC
  2. Innovation in GE Oil & Gas
    Qian Xiang, President of GE Oil and Gas Great China
  3. Innovation in the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry
    Ken Bayne, Senior Project Director, McDermott International/ASME
  4. Optimizing future production activities through diversification
    JIN Zhijun, Academician of CAS and Director of Pepris, Sinopec
  5. Technical solution of standard small scale LNG liquefaction plant
    LI Weibin, Vice President, Jereh Group
  6. Nitrogen production technology in oil and gas production
    YANG Haiyan, Vice President, Creat Group
  7. Solutions: Efficient, Economical, and Environmentally-friendly Shale Gas Development
    ZHANG Mi, President, Honghua Group
 
Session 3: Standards/Health/Safety/Environment (Onshore/Offshore)
Moderator: YANG Lei, Deputy Director General, Oil & Gas Department, National Energy Administration
  1. Advanced equipment manufacturing technology, upstream and downstream (standards)
    Fangzhou (Michael) Hu, Senior Strategic Marketing Manager, Gas Processing and Hydrogen, UOP/Honeywell
  2. Shale Gas Innovation and Workforce Development
    Eddie Johnston, Vice President, Research Operations, Gas Technology Institute
  3. Pipeline infrastructure (standards)
    WU Zhongliang, Deputy Chief Engineer, CNPC Pipeline Bureau
 

U.S. Government and Chinese Government Senior Officials’ Closing Remarks

  • ZHANG Yuqing, Deputy Administrator
    National Energy Administration, China
  • Christopher Smith, Assistant Secretary
    Office of Fossil Energy
    US Department of Energy
 
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