Register for Unconventional Oil and Gas Webinar Series: Deepwater and Arctic Drilling

June 13, 2012


Please join Sustainalytics on Wednesday, June 13 for the second webinar in their unconventional oil and gas series.

Alberto Serna Martín, associate analyst, will discuss the potential risks faced by companies that continue to test environmental boundaries in oil and gas development. He will be joined by Jeremy Kent from Allianz Global Investors – RCM UK who will provide the investor’s perspective to the discussion.

Despite mounting evidence that climate change requires a shift towards a low carbon economy, hydrocarbon demand is on the rise. Oil and gas producers continue to push offshore projects into unconventional, deeper and colder frontiers. The Deepwater Horizon incident in the Gulf of Mexico caused a global cascade of regulatory reviews, the results of which will inevitably increase operational costs. Confronted with the possibility of a similar disaster in the fragile and unique Arctic environment, oil companies face further mistrust and resistance to operations in that region. Unplanned events, such as spills or injuries, present significant reputational, regulatory and operational risks for individual companies, their investors, and the oil industry as a whole.

Spaces are limited, so register today!

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  • Date: Wednesday, June 13 2012
  • Time: 10:00 EST/15:00 GMT/ 16:00 CET
  • Duration: 60 minutes

For more information about this webinar, please click here.

Questions or comments?
Please contact Marthe Reinette, Marketing Manager at
mreinette@sustainalytics.com

Moderator:
Hugh Wheelan, Managing Editor and Co-Founder Responsible Investor

Speakers:

  • Alberto Serna Martín, Associate Analyst, Research Products
  • Jeremy Kent, Research Associate, RCM UK

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