Worldwide petroleum consulting firm Netherland, Sewell & Associates, Inc. (NSAI) is taking its NSAI Oil & Gas Property Evaluation Seminar to Singapore on July 11-12, 2017.

Reserve Your Place in Singapore July 11-12, 2017

Singapore Exchange

What:  NSAI Oil & Gas Property Evaluation Seminar – Singapore

When: July 11-12, 2017

Where: Singapore Exchange SGX Auditorium, 2 Shenton Way #19-00 SGX Centre 1, Singapore 068804

Details: See the Singapore NSAI Seminar fact sheet here.

Who Should Attend: non-technical financial professionals whose work relates to the petroleum industry and evaluating oil and gas reserves, plays and investments

How to Register: Scroll down to NSAI Property Evaluation Seminar Sign-Up

Reserve Your Place in Singapore July 11-12, 2017

Oil tanker traffic around Singapore Harbor

With increased energy demand and the growing addition of U.S. crude oil heading to the region, the energy and investing community in the Asia Pacific region are keen to learn about U.S. shale plays and regions that are exporting oil to global markets, according to NSAI SVP and CFO Scott Frost.

Frost told Oil & Gas 360® that during the past four years of NSAI presenting its Oil & Gas Property Evaluation Seminar to the financial community in Singapore, there’s one specific question that repeatedly comes forward from investors and bankers in Singapore: “We keep hearing this word ‘Permian’ – what is the Permian Basin?”

Co-hosted by the Singapore Exchange, NSAI puts on its two-day seminar for institutional investors, bankers, central banks, regulators, energy industry financial teams, and others who wish to learn the ins and outs of oil and gas property evaluations.

Reserve Your Place in Singapore July 11-12, 2017

Scott Frost, Netherland Sewell and Associates, will make a presentation at the Singapore Exchange during the NSAI Property Evaluation Seminar July 11-12, 2017

“This seminar has grown every year. Last year we had over 125 attendees in Singapore,” Frost, a former Exxon engineer, told Oil & Gas 360®.

Frost said the Singapore seminar “tends to have more of an international flavor,” compared to the NSAI seminars in Dallas that the firm hosts every year in the U.S. “The Singapore audience is generally from the region so they’re not as familiar with the U.S. oil and gas plays, but the investors and bankers in the region are very interested to learn about them,” Frost said.

Frost said he and the other members of the NSAI technical staff who present the seminar in Singapore cover the same oil and gas topics that are presented to financial professionals in Dallas and London—from reserves definitions to technical aspects of reserves report evaluations and several special interest topics—but Frost says he includes a healthy introduction to U.S. unconventional oil and gas plays because of the high level of investor interest in the U.S. shale plays.

With energy in high demand, activity and interest in the upstream oil and gas sector in the region should continue to grow for the foreseeable future, Frost said, and NSAI plans to continue to bring its expertise to the financial community through its Oil & Gas Property Evaluation Seminars.


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