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When:  Feb 8, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (MY)
Where:   Blu Jaz Cafe, 11 Bali Lane, Singapore, 189848, SG
Community:   Singapore Section

When & Where

Blu Jaz Cafe
11 Bali Lane
Singapore, 189848

Feb 8, 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM (MY)


Following the success of the November gathering, the Oil and Gas and Energy networks in Singapore have decided to continue in their collaboration aiming at providing networking opportunities for Young Negotiators, Young Professionals and students.

Wood Mackenzie will be providing the talk in the February gathering, “What to look for in 2018”, reporting both from a global and regional upstream/energy perspective.


2017 was the year the upstream industry began to feel a bit better about itself. So as we head into 2018 with prices bouncing above US$60/bbl, are there grounds for renewed optimism?

 Wood Mackenzie thinks so. Investment is stabilising and new project sanctions are on the up, a key barometer for confidence in the sector. Tight oil will also enter its second great phase of growth – with implications for global oil markets. And 2018 is shaping up to be a massive year for portfolio renewal, with over 15 billion boe of discovered resource opportunities (DROs) up for grabs in Brazil and the Middle East.

 Closer to home, will Asia Pacific join the recovery? Or do the fundamental barriers to investment in the region remain? Join us as we highlight our top global and regional upstream themes to look for in 2018.


Andrew leads the Asia Pacific Upstream Oil & Gas research division, managing the analyst teams in Beijing, Delhi, Perth and Singapore.

Andrew joined Wood Mackenzie in 2005 as an analyst in the Europe Upstream team and moved to Singapore in 2010 where he has focused on upstream activity in South-Eastern Asia, primarily in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.

During his time with Wood Mackenzie, Andrew has worked on a number of consultancy projects, including fiscal benchmarking, corporate strategy analysis, growth opportunity screening, portfolio valuation and infrastructure studies. He has also spoken at a number of conferences around the region.

Registration includes a buffet and one complimentary drink.

Registration fees are as follows:


SPE, AIPN, SEAPEX and Energy Institute members: S$25


Students and young professionals: S$20


Young Professionals and AIPN Young Negotiators are those who are 40 years or younger or those with less than 5 years’ experience. All young professionals, regardless of membership type, should register under this category.


Non-members: S$35


All members and non-members should register online at the link as soon as possible as spaces are limited. 

As this event is co-hosted by SPE Singapore, AIPN-YN Asia Chapter, SEAPEX and Energy Institute, SPE Singapore will disclose your contact information collected during the registration process to the co-hosts of the event - AIPN, SEAPEX, and Energy Institute, and will be used for the purposes of informing you of future events organized by each of these organizations. If you do not wish for your information to be used for such purposes, please contact [Paulina Svoboda at


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