International Business House

      Afghanistan Oil Conference

      International Business House
      A Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

      1.382 
      *Prezzo Orientativo
      Importo originale in GBP:
      £ 1.250

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      Tipologia Event
      Livello Intermediate
      Luogo Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
      Ore di lezione 19h
      Durata 2
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      • Intermediate
      • Dubai (United Arab Emirates)
      • 19h
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      Descrizione

      This unique event is regionally focused and aimed at a detailed and practical study of the existing energy sector of Afghanistan and the prospects for its development

      Informazioni importanti

      Requisiti: International Business House and Energy Pro have combined their expertise to prepare the Afghanistan Oil Conference which will contribute to the improvement of the investment climate and explore the energy sector of Afghanistan. The conference will take place in Dubai on 24-25 September 2014.


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      Dove e quando
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      Dubai
      P.O. Box 26525 , Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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      P.O. Box 26525 , Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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      Programma

      KEY CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS:

       

      Session 1: Overview of Afghanistan Energy Market – Key Trends:

      • Afghanistan hydrocarbon resources
      • Refining Capacity & Further Development Prospects
      • Afghanistan Energy Projects – current outlook and future projects

       

      Session 2: Investment Climate in Afghanistan & Opportunities:

      • Afghanistan Government Policies and Regulations for Investments
      • Economic Framework & Taxation
      • Trade Finance and Banking Regulations in Afghanistan

       

      Session 3: Key Sources & Supply Routes:

      • Deliveries from Pakistan
      • Important role of the Northern routes for the petroleum supplies to Afghanistan & Supply Sources:
      • Russia
        • Turkmenistan
        • Kazakhstan
        • Uzbekistan
        • Azerbaijan

       

      Session 4: Transport Infrastructure of Afghanistan

      • Main regional petroleum import and trading hubs in Afghanistan (Kabul, Herat, Mazar-e-Sharif, Kandahar)
      • Current transport network and underway projects
      • Analysis of tracking logistics capabilities of local transport companies.
      • Development of railway network and its vital role in the economy of Afghanistan
      • Terminals Capabilities & Storage Capacities
      • Safety & Security of Petroleum transportation in Afghanistan
      • Introduction of advance (modern) technologies for the control, coordination, management and improvements of logistics services in Afghanistan

       

      Session 5: Oil Trading Market

      • Oil Product Demand – Overview of the current market:Diesel
        • Mogas
        • Jet Fuel
        • LPG
      • Forecast of Future Demand Change in Afghanistan
      • Overview of Afghanistan Domestic Market Structure:
        • Wholesales market
        • Retail network
      • Factors affecting the formation and fluctuation of petroleum prices in Afghanistan
      • Product Quality Control
        • Afghanistan national standards for quality of imported petroleum products (Afghanistan National Standard Association)
        • Existing quality control system and importance of its development for environmental and consumer right protection

      Ulteriori informazioni

      Afghanistan is changing and with the changes come opportunities.  In recent years there has been more and more positive news regarding the development of Afghanistan's economy, and nowhere more so than in the energy sector. Security concerns are being addressed and strong business relationships are already starting to be built. Today, the country is no longer solely dependent on external sources to satisfy its fuel consumption, but is also starting to use its own energy resources; developing oil and gas production, transport infrastructure, trading and preparing for participation in international projects. The world community, in turn, is ready to provide full support to strengthen state control over the fuel and energy complex, attract investment and ensue the transparency of regulations governing the participation of national and foreign companies in the energy industries. International Business House and Energy Pro have combined their expertise to prepare the Afghanistan Oil Conference which will contribute to the improvement of the investment climate and explore the energy sector of Afghanistan. The conference will take place in Dubai on 24-25 September 2014. This conference is unique. It will