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SOC Event

Thu 19 Sep 2019 at 18:00 PM - London
Growing an E&P Business in Colombia

Nathan Piper, Head of Business Development, Amerisur Resources


Sponsorship is provided by Gneiss Energy Limited, Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP, Pinsent Masons LLP, RBC Capital Markets, and Scottish Oil Club.


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Sponsorship


Major event funding provided by Gneiss Energy Limited


Major Funding Provided by Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP


Major Funding Provided by Pinsent Masons LLP


Major Funding Provided by RBC Capital Markets.


Major Funding Provided by Scottish Oil Club

Synopsis

Colombia has produced oil for over 100 years. Production from the country appeared to be in terminal decline until major fiscal/regulatory changes through 2003-2008 that encouraged foreign investment leading to a doubling of production to over 1 mb/d. Established infrastructure and low cost onshore oil make it an attractive area to grow an E&P business.

Speaker

Nathan Piper is Executive Vice President, Head of Business Development at Amerisur Resources a London-listed Colombian-focused E&P with assets in the Llanos and Putumayo Basins. He has over 20 years financial and commercial experience in the Oil and Gas sector. Prior to joining Amerisur he was a #1 rated oil equity analyst (Extel Survey) at RBC Capital Markets where he became a Managing Director covering UK and TSX listed International E&P companies, including over 10 years focused on Colombia. He is a Fellow of the Geological Society, Director and Past President (2015-2017) of the Scottish Oil Club. He holds a Masters in Petroleum Geology (University of London).

Arrangements

Neither video nor audio recording is permitted at this event.

17:30 Tea and Coffee
18:00 Presentation
Followed by a complimentary networking reception (until 9 p.m.).

Booking

Cost: No Charge Free of charge. Costs funded by sponsors and Members of the Scottish Oil Club.

Cancellation Policy: If you must cancel, please do so before Wednesday, 18th September 2019 6 p.m. After this moment, we make a head-count committment with the venue.

Pre-bookings are required for this event so that we can inform the venue of the expected head-count.

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This button will, if your computer permits it, when you click on it, open your email client with a mailto: URI link to open a pre-addressed email to bookings*at*scottishoilclub*dot*org*dot*uk (edit the obvious changes and redundancy used to foil page scraping by spammers).

For more guidance on booking and paying, see How to Book and Pay.

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