European Shale Gas and Oil Summit (ESGOS) 2013
jonathan reports from the European Shale Gas and Oil Summit (ESGOS) 2013;
The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining,
1 Carlton House Terrace, London.
When one thinks back to the Blair Government, and especially the build-up to the Iraq war, one is immediately reminded of the ‘sofa politics’ (government/cabinet), the ‘spin doctors’, the ‘sexing up’ of reports and conferences, the PR consultants and the media ‘communications’ officers that surrounded it. We were made more cynical of ‘information’ and ‘communications’ and could see it for what it really was… PROPAGANDA.
When one reads the following ‘information’ about ESGOS 2013, one must view it with that same cynical eye and read between the heavily laden, psycho/neuro-linguistically programming lines contained within it.
To quote a few examples:
‘Sustainable’: When we think of the word ‘sustainable’, it conjures up images of ecologically friendly actions, processes and forms of energy. How many times, though, is this word used in the following report to mean ‘keep going, maintain continuously’? For example, what does it really mean when it says “to direct the industry towards a successful and sustainable future across Europe”?
‘Risk‘: The word ‘risk’, in most people’s minds, is a comparison of the probabilities of something happening or not happening. ‘Risk’, as used in the energy industry, means something completely different and leads to something called ‘risk management’. The ‘risk’ of negative impacts on the environment is a certainty, not a product of the laws of probability. The amount of damage done is a matter of probability that can, to some extent, be ‘managed’.
Beware of other, seemingly innocuous, words and phrases which, when you undress the sexy camouflage, reveal something slightly more sinister…
“networking” = ‘unfair access to people with secret (‘not yet in the public domain’) knowledge’
“opportunities” = ‘plans’
“key stakeholders” = ‘the people with secret (‘not yet in the public domain’) knowledge’
“platform for the industry to discuss and debate” = ‘sales pitch’ (And it was a sales pitch; I spoke to people coming out of the summit who were virtually salivating at the mouth, licking their lips and whose eyes were bulging in their sockets after hearing the amounts of money they were being told they could make. One, fairly young, guy came out and asked me, ‘Really, if you were told you could make millions of pounds, you’d take it, wouldn’t you?’ And others came out as if they’d had a religious experience, with that euphoria I’ve seen at religious meetings, believing all the claims about the FRACKing industry’s ability to make it safe.)
“maximizing potential” = ‘total exploitation and monopolisation’
“gathering momentum sustainably” = ‘total exploitation and monopolisation, without anyone suspecting it as such; or ‘tiptoe’ monopolisation’
“access critical information” = ‘insider dealing’
“popular sponsorship opportunities” = ‘control of the media’ (one ‘magazine’ mentioned in the following article has only just launched (August 2013, if you believe their website; September 2013, if you believe this article) and is already ‘profitable’ and popular enough to act as ‘media partner’ for ESGOS in October 2013… really?!!)
“gain key contacts whilst obtaining industry information to develop your business” = (speaks for itself, does it not?)
One classic example of the type of psychological linguistics used in order to create a ‘we-care-about-the-environment’ image, is the following quote, from the Environmental Industries Commission (sounds like a ‘nice’ organisation?). Note the number of words in this sentence that carry with them a ‘positive’ inference (especially in the same sentence as the word ‘environmental’): ‘promote’, ‘health’, ‘quality’, ‘benefits’, ‘protection’, ‘campaigning’, ‘winning’, ‘support’ and ‘favourable’:
“EIC’s objective is to promote the economic, health and quality benefits of environmental protection and the industry that services it by campaigning and winning support for a favourable legislative, regulatory, and fiscal framework to overcome an acute market failure which does not factor the cost of polluting externalities into doing business.”
The last part of this quote gives the game away… the environment, our world, is demoted to the status of an ‘externality’. Shall I attempt to translate this passage for you, as politely as I can?
‘EIC’s objective is to ‘lobby’ government to make laws that compel us [the Commission’s registered companies] to clean up the pollution that industry causes [and refuses to do anything about] and get the tax-payer to pay for it’; and, incidentally, create and ‘sustain’ (see, I can use that word too!) “an industry worth £122 billion to the domestic economy, and employing one million people.” There is also a glaring admission in this stated objective: industrial companies do not include the costs of environmental protection into their business plans, models or financial forecasts. At least EIC got one thing right… the lack of accountability for environmental damage is “an acute market failure.”
I could say lots more about the hypocrisy, corruption and overt relationship between Big Business, Banks and Public Servants (politicians); but I’ll leave it you to make your own judgment by reading about Who was there, Why they were there and What they were talking about… (Romania! be afraid; you’re next.)
What was ESGOS 2013?
The European Shale Gas and Oil Summit 2013 is a two-day conference and networking event covering the latest developments, strategies and opportunities within shale gas exploration across Europe at the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining in Mayfair.
What are the aims of ESGOS?
The purpose of the European Shale Gas and Oil Summits is to bring all the key stakeholders together and to direct the industry towards a successful and sustainable future across Europe. Developing the shale gas industry requires a platform for the industry to discuss and debate key topics to ensure we are maximizing potential for everyone and gathering momentum sustainably.
Why do people attend the summit?
Thought Leadership: access critical information for your company to develop activity or initiate operations within the exploration of unconventional resources.
Networking: access to key political leaders, operators, contractors, consultants, investors and energy experts.
Marketing: promote your companies’ services through our popular sponsorship opportunities
Business Development: gain key contacts whilst obtaining industry information to develop your business.
Who attended the 2013 summit?
Political leaders and governmental representatives will be attending from national and European level.
Shale gas operators and investors currently active or looking to initiate operations will be present during the summit alongside shale gas contractors and service companies. The mix will also include environmental consultants, representatives from local councils and professional institutions.
What is ESGOS about?
- Policy, Legislation and Framework
- Drilling and Hydraulic fracturing
- Overcoming Environmental Concerns
- Commercializing Shale Gas
- Health and Safety Regulations
- Best Practice from USA
- Regional Coverage Case Studies
Who were the Speakers at the Summit?
Kamlesh Parmar; CEO, 3 Legs Resources
Georgii Rudko; Chairman, State Commission for Reserves of Ukraine
Tim Yeo, MP; Chairman, UK Energy and Climate Change Committee, UK Parliament
Jose Mosquera; Director, Industrial Policy, European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC: Conseil Européen des Fédérations de l’Industrie Chimique)
Professor Sam Fankhauser; Co-Director, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
Andrew Griffin; Chief Executive, Regester Larkin
Dr Benny Peiser (“Policy and Legislation” Moderator); Director, Global Warming Policy Foundation
Bertrand Le Guern; President of the Management Board, Petrol Invest
Arne Eriksson (“Updates from Romania, Poland and Ukraine” Moderator) Scientific Project Manager, European Commission, DG Joint Research Centre
Maciek Kowalski; Research Fellow, Casimir Pulaski Foundation
Simon Ricketts; Partner, Planning and Environment, S.J. Berwin
Daren Luscombe; Technical Director, Amec
Kurt Oswald; Partner, A.T. Kearney
Dan Byles, MP; Chairman, All Party Parliamentary Group for Unconventional Oil & Gas
Lars Soerum; Director – Division Europe and Africa, Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
Matt Geroges; Environmental Policy Advisor, Environment Agency
Andrew Robertson; Manager, Carbon Connect
Duarte Figueira; Head of Office, Office of Unconventional Gas & Oil (OUGO), Department of Energy and Climate Change- Energy Development Unit
Professor Zoe Shipton; Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Strathclyde
Dr Zefi Dimadama; Director General, International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS)
Elena Mehedintu; Director at Pollution Control and Permitting Directorate, Romanian National Environmental Protection Agency
Alex Marshall (Moderator “Environmental Concerns”); Senior Writer, The Ends Report
What were the speakers talking about?
POLICY AND LEGISLATION – UK CONTEXT
The contribution of Shale Gas to Meeting the UK’s Energy Aims (Tim Yeo, MP):
- How can shale gas improve energy security and affordability?
- Unlocking the potential of shale gas in the UK.
- How does shale gas impact climate change?
The Politics of Shale Gas and Oil – A Word from Westminster (Dan Byles, MP)
The Work of the Office of Unconventional Gas and Oil in Co-ordinating Activity Across Government (Duarte Figueira)
POLICY AND LEGISLATION – EUROPEAN CONTEXT
Unconventional Gas – Emerging Thinking in European Policy Approaches to Managing Environmental Risks (Daren Luscombe):
- Current policy framework – what works well and where are the gaps?
- What are the issues that policy needs to address?
- Emerging approaches in Member States
- Policy available at the European Level
- Potential future policy and regulatory landscapes
Shale Gas: EU Perspectives and Potential Impacts on Energy Markets (Arne Eriksson):
- Shale gas has already impacted the EU in several ways (Liquefied Natural Gas, internal market, gas-on-gas competition)
- Still large uncertainties around resource estimates
- Shale gas has the potential to replace declining domestic gas production, lower the gas price, and compete with coal
Unconventional Gas – A Game Changer in Europe? (Kurt Oswald):
- Industry overview
- Developments in shale gas in the US and APAC (Asia-Pacific Countries)
- Key market drivers for shale gas in Europe
- A.T. Kearney shale gas scenarios for Europe
- Implications for the Industry
UPDATES FROM ROMANIA, POLAND, AND UKRAINE
Environmental Policy in Romania (Elena Mehedintu)
Promise in the Baltic Basin: An Update on Natural Gas Development in Poland (Kamlesh Parmar)
- Timeline of recent developments in Poland’s shale gas industry
- An operator’s perspective on Poland’s geology and regulatory environment for successful natural gas exploration
- First-hand account of well results and programme planning in northern Poland
Shale Gas & Oil Licences Exploration Project in Poland (Bertrand Le Guern)
- Every shale is different
- Poland largest potential reserves
- Exploration most advanced in Europe
- New project of regulation
Central and Eastern Europe Shale Gas Outlook: an Interesting Dilemma (Zefi Dimadama)
- Importance of shale gas in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)
- Comparison of shale gas in the US and CEE
- Public acceptance of shale gas development
- Economics of shale gas
Drilling and Environmental Developments in Ukraine (Georgii Rudko)
- Diversifying the energy sector in Ukraine
- Exploratory drilling needed to establish potential reserves and locate areas to be avoided because of risks to the enviroinment
- Technologies for ecologically safe production of shale gas
- Exploration investment
Environmental Risks Associated with Shale Gas (Professor Zoe Shipton)
- Seismicity and fracture propagation
- Water and wastewater
- Well integrity and fugitive emissions
The Role of Gas in a Decarbonising Economy (Professor Sam Frankhauser)
- The importance of gas in decarbonising UK economy
- The fourth carbon budget (2013-27) and its implications
- The strategic role of gas in a low-carbon power sector
- Shale gas emissions upstream and downstream
- Implications for policy makers and investors
Regulating the Environment Risks from Shale gas: the Experience of the Environmental Agency England (Matt Georges)
- Understanding environmental risks from shale gas
- What is the regulatory framework in the UK?
- What do operators need to demonstrate in their permit applications?
Balancing the Shale Gas Debate: an Evidence Based View of Shale Gas Research (Andrew Robertson)
- Shale gas in context of the energy mix
- Energy security and sustainability
- Balanced approach to evidence based findings on the implications of shale gas exploitation
Managing Risks for Shale Gas – Including Best Practice Risk Management Models (Lars Soerum)
Example from a case study
Environmental risks for shale gas – including examples of recommended mitigation actions
An outline for how regulators could deal with environmental risks for shale gas
Managing the Risk of Third Party Challenge: A Public Law Litigator’s Perspective (Simon Ricketts)
- Potential substantive and procedural grounds for challenge: Legal auditing
- Claimants’ costs protection
- Access to information
- Learning from other sectors: including renewables, nuclear, aviation and high-speed rail
Understanding and Gaining Public Acceptance for Shale (Andrew Griffin)
- What drives public acceptance
- Communicating around real and perceived risks
- How the shale debate can be won
DRILLING, TECHNOLOGY and COMPLETIONS
The Implications of the Shale Gas Revolution for the European Chemical Industry (Jose Mosquera)
- How is shale gas impacting the chemical industry?
- Implications for EU chemical industry
- Impact of petrochemicals and their value chain
- What is the opportunity for Europe?
Efficient Operations (Maciek Kowalski)
- Multi-stage hydraulic fracturing
- Understanding the fracturing process and improve precision
- Improving the network of fractures
- Reduce the number of fracturing stages per well
Apart from the organisers of the event (Charles Maxwell), there was one sponsor: Reactive Downhole Tools; one ‘supporting’ organisation: SJBerwin; and eight ‘media partners’. Here’s how they describe themselves…
SPONSOR- Reactive Downhole Tools: Based in Aberdeen, Reactive Downhole Tools are an innovative isolation solutions provider with vision to utilize high performance swelling elastomers and self-energizing high pressure cup elements to create bespoke isolation solutions for the oil and gas industry. Swellable packers provide a cost effective and flexible isolation tool which provides both simplicity of use and a reduction in overall well construction and completion costs. The company was founded by individuals with a great depth of knowledge in swellable technology. The management team has over 50 yeras of oilfield experience in multiple product lines from cementing through completions and drill stem testing and many diverse geographic areas including Europe, Scandinavia, the Middle East and North America.
SUPPORTING ORGANISATION- SJ Berwin: SJ Berwin is an international law firm with 160 partners and more than 350 other lawyers. The firm has 12 offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. SJ Berwin’s international Energy & Infrastructure Group acts for a range of clients, from global energy and mining groups and incumbent utilities and developers, to new entrants and start-ups, from private equity and infrastructure investors and consortia to funds and public authorities.
GlobalData: Global research and consulting solutions for the energy industry; GlobalData is a market leader in providing trusted research and consulting solutions for the oil and gas industry. With experienced analyst teams that are diverse in both specialism and regional knowledge, our research solutions can provide you with the reliable, in-depth industry information you need to maximise growth potential, identify new markets and leverage your natural strengths.
The Environmental Industries Commission: The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) is the lead voice representing the UK’s environmental technologies and services sector – an industry worth £122 billion to the domestic economy, and employing one million people. EIC’s objective is to promote the economic, health and quality benefits of environmental protection and the industry that services it by campaigning and winning support for a favourable legislative, regulatory, and fiscal framework to overcome an acute market failure which does not factor the cost of polluting externalities into doing business.
(Interfax) Natural Gas Daily: Interfax Global Energy Services Natural Gas Daily, pdf publication and wesite www.interfaxenergy.com provides news and analysis on the global natural gas industry, including political, regulatory, and economic issues. Drawing on the resources of the parent company, interfax, the news team delivers exclusive, accurate and up-to-date natural gas intelligence on developments in Russia and the Caspian, as well as all global regions including Europe, Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Asia Pacific. Natural Gas Daily content is written by experienced energy journalists as well as local regional experts. The editorial team is committed to delivering the most incisive commentary, and full and accurate coverage of global natural gas and LNG news events.
Petroleum Industry Review: PETROLEUM INDUSTRY REVIEW is a media project from Industry Media Vector with the support of the Petroleum Club of Romania. This magazine is the result of a productive co-operation based on sharing the same principles and ideals. PETROLEUM INDUSTRY REVIEW is produced by a team of professionals with vast experience in the oil & gas industry that are actively assisted by respected personalities of this sector. The bilingual magazine speaks to those directly involved in the petroleum field, whether they work in E&P, downstream, transport, or in the service sector. It is dedicated to executives, engineers, consultants, professors and students alike. By including interviews, analyses, editorials, technical and young expert articles, news and various points of view, the PETROLEUM INDUSTRY REVIEW is the herald of the oil & gas industry in Romania and one of the most respected platforms of the petroleum sector in Romania.
World Shale: World Shale magazine is a globally subscribed publication covering all aspects of the shale and gas market. Unlike other magazines it offers its clients the opportunity to have copies distributed to readers of their choosing, thus maximising the impact of advertising and editorial contributions. World Shale is launching in September 2013 and will be published bi-monthly as a well as being available online. World Shale magazine is a title from Worldwide Business Media Ltd., a media partner for many of the world’s biggest shale oil and gas events.
Worldoils: Worldoils is a company that combines the power of marketing as well as the in-house expertise for the Oil, Gas, Offshore and the Maritime industries. Worldoils’ web portal www.worldoils.com has become a truly central platform for visitors who need information regarding oil and gas products and services, research, training conferences, news and events as well as a popular advertising base for providers of Oil, Gas, Marine and Offshore services. Worldoils has also launched the jobs system and marketplace. In the recent months, Worldoils has strengthened its position as a fast developing central place for buying and selling of land rigs, offshore rigs, barge rigs and other oilfield and subsea equipment.
Shale Energy Insider: Shale Energy Insider is a one-stop shop for a network of professionals interested and involved in the shale oil and gas sector worldwide, from upstream operators and energy companies to economists and investors. We bring together the latest editorial insight with the broadest and most intelligent content. Visit our portal www.shaleenergyinsider.com for: all the latest industry news from across the world; summary of new research, industry trends and technological developments; regular markets and investments updates; in-depth analysis, expert commentary and interviews; selection of the best upcoming conferences and events.
Claeys & Casteels: Claeys and Casteels is a publishing house specialising in European Law. Its aim is to publish a portfolio of titles, written by the leading practitioners and policy makers in the area. Our titles provide a complete and definitive working guide to the areas covered. Our objective is to gradually produce a series of books covering all the main areas of EU law. Furthermore, in these same areas we also organise high quality events (conferences, seminars, training days, book presentations) that live up to the highest standards.
What other companies were present at the summit, and who represented them?
(Listed alphabetically, by company name, with number of delegates in parenthesis)
3 LEGS RESOURCES (4): Kamlesh Parmar (CEO); Tim Eggar (Non-Executive Chairman); David Bremner (Non-Executive Director); Alex Fraser (Chief Financial Officer)
A.T. KEARNEY (1): Kurt Oswald (Partner)
ALKANE ENERGY (2): Cameron Davies (Non-Executive Director); Stephen Land (Operations Manager)
ALLSEAS GLOBAL LOGISTICS Ltd. (1): David Christie (Project Manager)
AMEC (1): Daren Luscombe (Associate Director)
BWA – WATER ADDITIVES (1): Dave Kay (Sales Manager)
CARDIFF UNIVERSITY (1): Dr. Elen Stokes (City Solicitors’ Educational Trust Senior Lecturer in Property Law)
CASIMIR PULASKI FOUNDATION (2): Maciek Kowalski (Research Fellow); Zbiginew Pisarski (President)
CEFIC (1): Pierre Miculian (R&D Engineer)
CLAEYS & CASTEELS (1): Izabela Albrycht
CLUFF NATURAL RESOURCES PLC (3): John Cluff (Chairman and CEO); Graham Swindells (Chief Financial Officer); Chris Schikaneder (Business Development Analyst)
CURTISS WRIGHT FLOW CONTROL (1): Mark S. Kraemer (General Manager)
DART ENERGY (3): Eytan Ulliel (Chief Finacial Officer); Douglas Bain (UK Country Manager); Andrew Nunn (Exploration Manager UK)
DNV (1): Lars Soerum (Director- Division Europe and North Africa)
DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY Ltd. (1): Malcolm James (Senior Account Manager)
EMBASSY of UKRAINE, London (1): Mr Volodymyr Khomanets (Deputy Ambassador)
ENVIRONMENTAL INDUSTRIES COMMISSION (1): Judith Herdsman (Membership Manager)
EUROPEAN COMMISSION – DG JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE(1): Arne Eriksson (Scientific Project Manager)
FINLEY RESOURCES Inc. (3): Jim Finley (CEO); Brent Talbot (President); Steve Clark (Chief Financial Officer)
FLUOR (1): Alan Evans (Senior Director)
GDF SUEZ (2): Tom De Fauw (Senior Analyst Unconventional Gas); Loic Le Foll (Business Analyst)
GLOBAL WARMING POLICY FOUNDATION (1): Dr Benny Peiser (Director)
GRANTHAM RESEARCH INSTITUTE ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE ENVIRONMENT (1): Professor Sam Fankhauser (Co-Director)
GROUND-GAS SOLUTIONS Ltd. (1): Simon Talbot (Managing Director)
H.M. TREASURY (UK) (2): Laura Kiddoo (Policy Analyst (Oil and Gas) Business and International Tax); Nico Heslop (Head of Energy and Climate Control)
HUTTON ENERGY (4): David Messina (Executive Director); Charles Morgan (Chairman); Grant Glanfield (Chief Financial Officer); Giedre Povilaviciute (Executive Assistant)
IGAS (3): Leah Cope (Junior Researcher); Georgina Gilbert (PR & Communications); Anne-Marie Wilkinson (Head of Communications)
INNOSPEC (1): Wade Pang (Sales Manager)
INTERFAX ENERGY (2): Tom Hoskyns (Europe Editor); John Bulmer (Manager)
ICBSS (International Centre for Black Sea Studies) (1): Dr Zefi Dimadama (Director General)
JOHN ZINK HAMWORTHY COMBUSTION (2): Martin Beddows (Business Development Manager); Raj Kerai (Flare Technology Engineer)
LLOYDS BANK (2): Mark Munro (Associate Director); Allastair Tweedie (Technical Director)
LYNE NATURAL GAS (1): Phillip Gales (CEO)
MAGAZINE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND BUSINESS (1): Alex Marshall (Senior Writer, The Ends Report)
MERGERMARKET (1): Marta Donvar (Energy Correspondent EMEA)
MITHRIL CAPITAL MANAGEMENT (1): Colin H. Greenspon (Principal)
NATIONAL AGENCY FOR MINERAL RESOURCES (2): Anca Bacui (Consilier Superior); Magdalena Georgescu (Consilier Superior)
NATIONAL TRUST (1): Kate Warburton (Senior External Affairs Officer)
OIL MACHINERY Ltd. (1): Alexander Fyfe (Managing Director)
OWN ENERGY (1): David Gordon (Managing Director)
PARLIAMENTARY ENERGY & CLIMATE CHANGE COMMITTEE (1): Dan Byles (MP; Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Unconventional Oil and Gas)
PETROL INVEST (1): Bertrand Le Guern (President of the Management Board)
REGESTER LARKIN (1): Andrew Griffin (Chief Executive)
REACTIVE DOWNHOLE TOOLS Ltd. (2): Chris Barnes (Vice President BD); Mike Allen (Chief Operating Officer)
RENEWABLE NETWORK Ltd. (1) John Britton (Director)
ROMANIAN NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (1): Elena Mehedintu (Director at Pollution Control and Permitting Directorate)
SITE GROUP FOR SERVICES AND WELL DRILLING (1): Louie Oumeish (CBDON – Deputy CEO)
SJ BERWIN (4): Simon Ricketts (Partner, Planning and Environment); Angus Evers (Partner); Elaine Gibson-Bolton (Partner); Stephen Webb (Partner)
SOCAR-AQS LLC (3): Nazrin Mammadova (Business Development Specialist); Ramin Isayeo (General Director); Zaur Fazzaliyeo (Head of Management Systems)
STATE COMMISSION FOR RESERVES OF UKRAINE (1): Georgii Rudko (Chairman)
STATE SERVICE OF GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF UKRAINE (4): Anatoily Begal (General Director); Valery Dudinov (Chairman); Serii Radavanov (Deputy Head); Maksym Avramenko (Expert Department of Analytical Research at State Geological and Subsurface Survey of Ukraine)
THOMSON REUTERS (1): Karolin Schaps (Energy Correspondent)
UK ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE COMMITTEE (1): Mr Tim Yeo (MP, Chair of Energy and Climate Change Committee)
UK ENVIRONMENT AGENCY (3): Matt Georges (Senior Advisor – Environment and Business); Bren Hodkinson (Project Manager); Marion Maloney (Senior Advisor: Environment and Business)
UK TRADE & INVESTMENT (3): Dr David Hodgson (Technology Specialist); Kate Wake (Head of Energy, Environment & Infrastructure; Wendy Richards (Senior Account Manager – Energy, Environment & Infrastructure)
UNIVERSITY STRATHCLYDE (2): Professor Zoe Shipton (Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering); Jen Roberts (ClimateXChange Research Associate)
VNG – VERBUNDNETZ (1): Susanne Schmidt (Assistant to Board Members Gas Procurement)
WATERMAN ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT & DESIGN (1): Neil Humphrey (Managing Director)
ZETA-PDM Ltd. (2): Scott Constantine (Business Development Manager); Norman Arnold (Director)
Source: ESGOS 2013 Event Programme (pdf version available from this author upon request)
Were any of the companies represented at the summit also represented at Bilderberg 2013?