Turkey set to become a major energy hub
The 13th Turkish International Oil & Gas (TUROGE) Conference will take place on 9 - 10 April 2014 at the Sheraton Ankara Hotel in Ankara, Turkey. TUROGE is the best-attended oil and gas event in Turkey. It brings together major players in the industry, and presents an important networking opportunity for the regional and international oil and gas community.
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Oil and gas activities in Turkey is set to increase as TPAO plans to drill in the Kuskayasi Field (Black Sea) and off the coast of Antalya in the Mediterranean in 2014 and 2015, respectively.
Hydraulic fracturing operations to extract shale gas from the wells in the Thracian and south-eastern region has also begun, where 4.6 trillion cubic meters of reserves have been detected.
This year, the International Monetary Fund forecasts that the economy will expand by 3.5% compared with 2.1% and 0.2% in the US and Eurozone, respectively. Facilitating this growth is heavily dependent on the security of future energy supplies.
With oil, gas and energy as a key government focus; along with the country’s favorable location as a key transportation hub with the shortest route between Europe and the South Caucasus region; and the nation’s key involvement in the Southern Corridor project - Turkey is set to become a major energy hub in the next 10 to 15 years.
Updates on the Southern Gas Corridor, TAP and TANAP projects
Identifying potential sources of alternative gas supply with a special focus on cooperation in the East Mediterranean and Northern Iraq
Updates on offshore and onshore exploration projects including shale gas prospects
How to expand refining and petrochemical capacity
Understanding investment, regulatory and fiscal frameworks
BOTAS has officially confirmed to support the TUROGE 2014 Conference. View their support letter, here
The Turkish Association of Petroleum Geologists has confirmed to officially support TUROGE 2014. View the welcome letter here
The Ministry of Enegry and Natural Resources of the Republic of Turkey has issued an official support letter for the 13th Turkish International Oil & Gas Conference. Click here to view the letter