International Forum: Lundin Petroleum - Small grows Big
Members of Oslo Chamber of Commerce and partners, ambassadors and trade representatives are invited to International Forum for an interesting presentation of
Small grows big - LUNDIN PETROLEUM – the company who found the new, largest oil well in the world in 2011
Lundin Petroleum explores, develops and produces oil and gas in nine countries across the globe focused on 2 core areas: Europe and South East Asia. Production is generated from assets in Norway, France, Tunisia, Netherlands, Russia and Indonesia.
Lundin Petroleum has existing proven and probable reserves of 211 million barrels of oil equivalent (MMboe) and a forecast of net production range for 2012 of 32.000 – 38.000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd).
Norway is Lundin Petroleum’s principal area of operations with reserves of 162.2 MMboe, representing 75 percent of its total reserves and 70 percent of the production.
The presentation is held (in English) by licence coordinator Kjersti Mathisen Bratsberg.
Finger food & beverages will be served, and there will be networking opportunities.
Free entrance. Although, due to high drop-out percentage at previous events we are forced to introduce a no-show fee of NOK 250,- if you don’t register your cancellation within 24 hours prior to the event.
- COME, LISTEN, LEARN & NETWORK -
|Dato:||06. september 12|
|Tid:||17:00 - 19:30|
|Sted:||Oslo Handelskammer, Henrik Ibsensgt. 100, Oslo|
|Pris eks. mva:||Gratis,- for medlemmer
Gratis,- for ikke-medlemmer