Export Showcase: Opportunities in Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan (Aberdeen)
27 Mar 2018, Anderson, Anderson & Brown LLP
Open to: All companies
Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan should be considered a key export markets for any UK supply chain company working in the energy sector.
Attend this export showcase to further understand the opportunities available in each sector and to learn about the crucial requirements for doing business successfully in the region.
Azerbaijan remains one of the world’s highest spending oil & gas markets. The recent high profile signing by BP of an extension to their PSA for the Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli (ACG) field marks an important next phase of growth, with new offshore facilities required to support increased production over the next thirty years.
The value of accessible business to the UK in the next 10 years is estimated in excess of £10bn and will feature a number of projects including:
- Brown field upgrade and maintenance of the Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli (ACG) field and future development of ACG with a new production platform (ACE)
- Deep water Absheron gas condensate development
- Shallow Water Absheron Peninsula (SWAP)
- The Umid, Babel gas fields
- New exploration and appraisal prospects
Kazakhstan is a proven market for UK expertise and capability, and the UK one of the top 5 largest investors in Kazakhstan. USD $24.7 bn of FDI invested since independence in 1991.
Over the last 3 years DIT has assisted 65 UK companies to secure over US$ 6 billion of export contracts by working in close cooperation with the PSA (the Kazakhstan authority responsible for major oil sector investments), major operators and main contractors.
Within the next 10 years we have identified new investments in excess of US$70 billion associated with the operation and expansion phases of Tengiz Field (FGP) and Karachaganak Field (KEP1) (combined these are considered the world's largest discovery in the last 30 years), Kashagan CC01 and Full Field and the Kalamakas/ Pearls Block.
Opportunities exist for FEED, EPC management contractors, second tier service providers, OEMs, ancillary component suppliers, materials suppliers, fabrication contractors, logistics supply chain management, HSE/Training.
Baroness Nicholson is the PM Trade Envoy to both Markets.
EIC Member - £79 + VAT
Non-Member - £99 +VAT
09.00 Registration and Networking
09.30 Welcome and House Keeping
Jo Campbell, Business Lead and Events Manager, EIC
09.35 Chair Introduction and Welcome
Sue Whitbread, DIT Sector Specialist, DIT
Jonathan Spencer, Stakeholder Manager, Oil & Gas Team, DIT
09.45 Development of Business and Local Content Kazakhstan
Aibek Krambayev, Managing Director, PSA
Dastan Abishev, Director, PSA
Marat Kobzhanov, Deputy General Director, KMGSS
10.15 Kazakhstan & Azerbaijan overview
Dina Abieva, Downstream Analyst, EIC
10.35 UK Export Finance
Carol Harvey, Export Finance Manager, UKEF
10.45 Question and Answer session
11.00 Networking Break
11.15 WOOD (Azerbaijan)
Mike Teeling, General Director - Kazakhstan, WOOD
11.35 ABB (Azerbaijan)
Troy Stewart, Head of Service for Oil, Gas & Chemicals, ABB
11.55 AAB Service Overview
Helen Brown, Director, AAB
12.00 Question & Answer Session
12.10 Vote of Thanks
12.15 Networking Lunch
one-to-one meetings with PSA & DIT are available during lunch
13.15 One-to-One Meetings
• Anderson,Anderson & Brown LLP
• UK Export Finance
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