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The mission of Emerging Unconventional Plays Latin America 2014 is to provide E&P companies and investors with a targeted analysis on quantity of producible reserves, the potential costs of exploitation and the likely return of investment in each Latin American unconventional play covered. Presentations will be focused on driving understanding of unconventional resources across the Latin American region, to provide domestic and global E&P companies and global oil and gas investors with the latest data needed to evaluate where to move next and how to exploit some of the world's most prolific shale reserves situated in Colombia, Argentina, Perú, Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay.

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THE WORLD’S ONLY E&P-LED CONGRESS EVALUATING THE PRODUCTION POTENTIAL AND ECONOMICAL VIABILITY OF LATIN AMERICA’S HOTTEST EMERGING UNCONVENTIONAL PLAYS SAVE US $400 Register By Friday January 31, 2014 April 23-24, 2014 | Cartagena | Colombia Examining The Latest Geochemical, Mineralogical, Petrophysical And Geomechanical Reservoir Characterization Data From Latin America’s Hottest Emerging Basins To Determine The Potential Of Launching A Commercially Viable Drilling Plan UNCONVENTIONAL PLAYS AND BASINS BEING ASSESSED: Expert Insight From Over 20 E&P And Government Speakers Including: • COLOMBIA: Magdalena, Los Llanos and Cordillera Basins Lisandro Rojas • ARGENTINA: Comparing Vaca Muerta with Cuyana and Austral Basins ENAP Sipetrol Chile Director E&P • PERÚ: Marañón, Madre de Dios and Talara Basins Tristán Armaretti • BRAZIL: Sao Francisco, Parnaíba, Parecis, Paraná, Amazonas, Solimoes, Recôncavo and Potiguar Petrobras Argentina • MEXICO: Burgos, Tampico-Misantla, Maltrata and Sabinas • ECUADOR: Oriente Basin Head of Unconventional Projects Héctor de Santa Ana Director E&P ANCAP Uruguay Dolores Carvalho Director of Laboratory • CHILE: Magallanes Basin OGX Brazil • URUGUAY: North and Santa Lucía Basins Leonardo Legarreta President • PARAGUAY: Chaco-Paraná Basin Patagonia Exploration Argentina Gervasio Barzola VP Subsurface & Development Pioneer Natural Resources USA M Follow us @UnconventOilGas Co-Sponsor: Ari Thaler Co-Founder Dahava Petroleum Paraguay Organized by: Fernando Sánchez-Ferrer Principal Regional Geoscientist - Latin America Shell Argentina www.emerging-shale-plays-latin-america.com

SAVE US $400 Register By Friday January 31, 2014 Some of the largest and most prolific shale the Chaco-Paraná Basin in Paraguay show MISSION OF THE EVENT reserves in the world are found in Latin values of 245 and 75 trillion cubic feet of America and new shale reserves being technically recoverable shale gas respectively. discovered are now rapidly revolutionizing E&P companies, investors and suppliers are The mission of Emerging Unconventional Plays Latin America 2014 is to provide E&P companies and investors with a targeted analysis on quantity of producible reserves, the potential costs of exploitation and the likely return of investment in each Latin American unconventional play covered. Presentations will be focused on driving understanding of unconventional resources across the Latin American region, to provide domestic and global E&P companies and global oil and gas investors with the latest data needed to evaluate where to move next and how to exploit some of the world’s most prolific shale reserves situated in Colombia, Argentina, Perú, Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay. the energy landscape in key countries such as Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile and Perú. The startling truth however is that many of Latin America’s richest reservoirs are not only poorly understood globally, but in some cases, not even yet known about beyond a relatively small group of area-specific E&P companies and now rapidly concluding that Latin America is without a doubt the most likely region in the world to rival the US and Canada in regards to commercially successful shale gas and oil production. While oil and gas regulatory frameworks specific to unconventional are now rapidly taking shape in most Latin American countries, with Mexico for example now making a historical paradigm shift its investors.According to a report revealed trade policy by opening its energy markets by the United States’ Energy Information internationally, the race is on for global Administration (EIA), Mexico for example and domestic E&P companies to expedite has now been ranked fourth in number of exploration and drilling programmes and shale gas reserves globally with estimates gather the geochemical, geophysical and being driven by the newly discovered geological data needed to prove exactly Chicuantepec and Burgos. Argentina, with its less known De Cuyo, Claromecó and which plays in Latin America have the potential to economically produce on a Salta Basins has also risen in the ranks and commercial scale. is now second in the world for shale gas Emerging Unconventional Plays Latin with technical recovery resources of 802 America 2014 is now making ß very first trillion cubic feet. Colombia accounts for 6.8 billion barrels of technically recoverable shale oil resources in its unconventional basins such as the Middle Magdalena, appearance in Colombia in April to provide an exclusive global platform on which Presidents, VPs, Directors will be able to exchange the latest findings indicating which Llanos and Catatumbo, while the Parnaíba, factors are driving productivity in these Sao Francisco and coastal basins of plays and determine reality of the geological Espírito Santo and Campos in Brazil and opportunities each territory has to offer. While the commercial prospectivity of the resources will remain the key driver in shale development, regulatory feasibility is the next critical step to enabling development. Emerging Unconventional Plays Latin America 2014 will therefore be hosting regulatory speakers from each of the countries to deliver keynote introductions to each country’s section. Speakers will provide critical insights into the very latest policy developments in relation to unconventional oil and gas regulation and international trade feasibility to help stakeholders determine the ease of doing business in each region. Sponsorship And Exhibition Opportunities Available At The 2014 Congress Venue Information Need to generate new sales leads, launch a new product, engage key decision The venue for Emerging Unconventional Plays Latin America 2014 to be announced shortly. makers, build new future business relationships in key markets, or simply educate the industry about a new product? Then you need to exhibit at the Emerging Unconventional Plays Latin America 2014. Our busy exhibit area is an integral part of the congress and is of genuine practical value to delegates, who are looking for new solutions and technologies. Exhibiting at the congress will help you position yourself as a market leader and centre of excellence to the key decision makers in the industry. For further information, please contact: info@american-business-conferences.com or + (1) 800 721 3915 www.emerging-shale-plays-latin-america.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com

Day 1 Wednesday April 23, 2014 Examining the mineralogy, thermal maturity, geochemical and petrophysical characteristics of source rocks in the hottest unconventional basins in Colombia, Argentina and Perú to determine how these resources will lend itself to stimulation and fracturing 8.30 Chair’s Opening Remarks VACA MUERTA CASE STUDY: WHAT MAKES A PRODUCTIVE ROCK? 8.40 Identifying The Key Geological Drivers Behind The Productivity Of The Vaca Muerta To Create A Benchmark For Other LATAM Basin Comparisons • Using the Vaca Muerta as a case study to identify the geological parameters with the highest impact on productivity • Utilizing latest geochemical and geomechanical data to create geological models that can be compared to other unconventional basins • Examining the minimum levels of maturity, permeability, pressure and depth that guarantee the profitability of shale • Analyzing the importance of basin overpressure as key driver for productivity • Understanding how geological analysis was used to design a strategy for drilling and completions COLOMBIA, ARGENTINA AND PERÚ: COLOMBIA: LA LUNA, MAGDALENDA BASIN • Assessing stratigraphic data to determine the 11.20 Examining The Lateral And Vertical Variations Of The La Luna Source Rock Across Different Basins To Determine The Optimum Fracturing Targets characteristics and shale volume of the source rock • Using production data from pilot wells to estimate the long-term production capability of the basin • Comparing the Putumayo, Catatumbo, and Magdalena To determine the area with the most productive potential • Assessing the tectonics and deformation of La Luna to understand how these structural parameters condition access to the rock • Identifying the depth of the source rock to determine the maturity and cost of extraction • Using maturity analysis to distinguish between oil and gas windows within the play • Implementing production results from recent wells to predict production volumes for future wells properties of the Cuyana Basin to estimate its thickness and suitability for fracking • Examining the maturity, quality and TOC percentage to understand the quality of the source rock and potential for generating hydrocarbons • Assessing the depth of the source rocks to evaluate fracturing costs and determine an exploration and production strategy • Evaluating the depositional environment to understand the type of hydrocarbon that is likely to be produced COLOMBIA: CORDILLERA BASIN 12.00 Examining Geochemical Data To Identify Areas Of High Organic Content And Determine How The Rock Will Perform Once Drilled alternating layers of clay and sand, and its maturity to determine drilling and completions strategies • Examining the lithology of the rock to determine the potential for shale • Assessing the maturity and temperature levels and identifying the type of hydrocarbons generated to determine if it will produce more oil or gas • Examining the tectonics of the basin to understand how faults have deformed the rock and identify the depth of the stratum level to achieve a more accurate modeling of the basin • Understanding how samples are being obtained for geochemical analysis and being used to characterize unexplored rocks • Examining latest software that allows you to identify fractures to increase the speed and accuracy when locating sweet spots • Determining optimum methodology for calculating reservoir volumes and mapping permeability to increase accuracy of drill position strategy • Correlating well data and seismic information to determine the geomechanic stratigraphy of the rock • Evaluating horizontal and vertical scale variations to assess the productivity of an unconventional play Gervasio Barzola, VP Subsurface Development, Pioneer Natural Resources 9.50 Question & Answer Session COLOMBIA Magdalena, Los Llanos And Cordillera Basins COLOMBIA GOVERNMENT BRIEFING 10.00 Introduction From The ANH (National Hydrocarbons Agency, Colombia) Juan Fernando Martínez, Technical Vice President, ANH (National Hydrocarbons Agency) COLOMBIA: BLOCKS CONCESSION 10.10 How Regulations For Conventional Hydrocarbon Development Are Evolving To Enable Unconventional Drilling And Fracking In Colombia • Assessing how the ANH is interpreting current laws for conventional oil and gas to understand what can and cannot be done in unconventional development • Outlining the timeline for new regulation implementation to evaluate the risk of commercially investing in Colombian unconventional plays • Outlining how the regulatory environment will compare to other shale countries and how this will impact Colombian investment prospects Juan Fernando Martínez, Technical Vice President, ANH (National Hydrocarbons Agency) 10.40 Question & Answer Session 10.50 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area 3.05 Using The Latest Geochemical And Petrophysical Data To Compare The Productive Potential And Economical Viability Of Vaca Muerta With That Of The Cuyana Basin • Evaluating the petro physical, geomechanical and structural • Analyzing the structural geology of the Cordillera, its • How to visualize rock porosity through electronic microscopy ARGENTINA: CUYANA BASIN 11.50 Question & Answer Session 9.10 Question & Answer Session 9.20 Using The Latest Exploration Techniques To Provide A More Accurate Evaluation And Quantification Of Unconventional Reservoirs In Latin America 2.55 Question & Answer Session Greg Schlachter, Reservoir Engineer Manager, Sintana Energy Leonardo Legarreta, President, Patagonia Exploración KEYNOTE 2: EXPLORATION TECHNIQUES Tristán Armaretti, Head Of Unconventional Projects, Petrobras Argentina Alejandra Mejía-Molina, Geologist, ANH (National Hydrocarbons Agency) 12.30 Question & Answer Session COLOMBIA: LOS LLANOS AND CORDILLERA BASINS 12.40 Examining Geophysical And Geochemical Data To Identify Areas Of High Organic Content And Determine How The Rock Will Perform Once Drilled • Analyzing the structural geology of the Los Llanos, its alternating layers of clay and sand, and its maturity to determine drilling and completions strategies • Examining the lithology of the rock to determine the potential for shale • Assessing the maturity and temperature levels and identifying the type of hydrocarbons generated to determine if it will produce more oil or gas • Examining the tectonics of the basin to understand how faults have deformed the rock and identify the depth of the stratum level Dr. Roger Slatt, Director, Institute Of Reservoir Characterization, Sarkeys Energy Center, University Of Oklahoma Fernando Sánchez-Ferrer, Principal Regional Geologist Latin America, Shell 3.35 Question & Answer Session 3.45 Afternoon Refreshments In The Exhibition Area PERÚ Marañón, Madre De Dios And Talara Basins PERÚ GOVERNMENT BRIEFING 4.15 Introduction From PerúPetro (National Hydrocarbons Agency, Peru) PERÚ: MARAÑÓN, TALARA, MADRE DE DIOS BASINS 4.20 Evaluating The Business Environment Surrounding The Marañón, Talara And Madre de Dios Basins To Assess How Exploratory Activities Can Be Economically Justified • Looking at the costs of flying all operations equipment over the Amazon into jungle terrain to assess if full scale development is economical • Analyzing the economic margins of cost vs. rate of return for each of these basins to determine economically viable options • Analyzing maturity, TOC levels, depth and pressure levels to predict production capabilities of these resources Mauricio González, President For The Americas, Clontarf Energy PLC 4.50 Question & Answer Session 1.10 Question & Answer Session PERÚ: TALARA BASIN 1.20 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area 5.00 Determining The Most Optimal Drilling And Completions Strategies For The Development Of The Tight Sands Resources In The Talara Basin - Mesa Formation To Achieve The Highest Levels Of Productivity ARGENTINA San Jorge Gulf, Austral, Chaco-Paraná Basin, De Cuyo, Claromecó And Salta Basin ARGENTINA GOVERNMENT BRIEFING • Identifying what is considered to be the oil window to identify sweet spots 2.20 Introduction From The Secretaría de Energía (National Energy Agency, Argentina) • Mapping geological variability across the Talara Basin to ARGENTINA: AUSTRAL BASIN • Analyzing the geological framework to understand what has 2.25 Evaluating Geochemical And Geostructural Data To Determine The Productive Capacity Of The Austral Basin, Comparing It To That Of Vaca Muerta Willy García, Reservoir Engineer, Graña y Montero Petrolera • Assessing the permeability, porosity, maturity and TOC levels of the Austral Basin to quantify production potential • Modeling the depositional environment of Austral Basin to identify sweet spots and execute an effective development plan identify sweet spots driven completions design 5.30 Question & Answer Session 5.40 Chair’s Closing Remarks 5.50 - 6.50 Networking Drinks Reception In Exhibition Showcase Area www.emerging-shale-plays-latin-america.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com

Day 2 Thursday April 24, 2014 Day two will provide an understanding of how to apply geological understanding to optimize drilling and completion design, how to implement a infrastructure and supply chain development plan for unconventional resources and assess the geological potential of the hottest emerging plays in Brazil, Mexico, Ecuador, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay KEYNOTE: DRILLING AND COMPLETIONS DESIGN 8.40 Determining Which Areas To Drill And Fracture: Using Geo-Mechanical Analysis To Develop A Successful Drilling And Completions Plan • Determining which stratigraphic layers of the reservoir to fracture in relation to TOC, clay content and ductility • Horizontal vs. vertical: determining the best type of well to drill based on the geological characteristics in place • Using data from conventional wells to determine whether drilling horizontal or deviated vertical wells would create better production results • Well Spacing: understanding how to design the optimum well spacing between wells to ensure maximum productivity • Examining how the natural fractures, stress and structure of a rock influences the completions design for an unconventional well • Understanding how different completion parameters affect well performance: volumes, rates, pressures, and proppant type, amount. Gervasio Barzola, VP Subsurface Development, Pioneer Natural Resources BRAZIL, MEXICO, ECUADOR, CHILE, URUGUAY AND PARAGUAY • Evaluating the lithology and petro physical characterization of • Understanding the depth of the basin to derive Espírito Santo, Campos and Santos Basins to assess maturity and TOC levels and determine the quality of the carbonates • Assessing the porosity levels of the Espírito Santo, Campos and Santos Basins to predict oil flow and evaluate long-term productivity the potential challenges in terms of accessibility and cost • Examining whether acid injection, fracturing or propane are most effective in minimizing damage to porosity when exploiting limestones Maria Dolores de Carvalho, Head Of E&P Laboratory, OGX Ángel Taday, Senior Geoscientist, Andes Petroleum Ecuador 11.45 Question & Answer Session 3.45 Question & Answer Session BRAZIL: PARNAÍBA 11.55 Using Lithological Analysis To Identify Areas Within The Parnaíba Basin That Indicate The Highest Potential For Unconventional Resources • Evaluating the porosity, permeability and pressure of both CHILE GOVERNMENT BRIEFING Paranaiba to determine if its oil or gas productive 4.25 Introduction From The Comisión Nacional de Energía (National Energy Commission) • Using geological understanding to determine the optimum drilling and completions strategies and estimate cost of exploitation 4.35 Using Latest Test Well Results To Quantify The Volume Of Shale Gas Present In The Magallanes Basin 12.25 Question & Answer Session • Discussing latest production results to determine how the 12.35 Lunch In Exhibition Showcase Area MEXICO Chicontepec, Boquillas, Marina And La Dona Basins 9.20 Identifying The Genuinely Transferrable Lessons From The US: Infrastructure, Regulation And Supply Chain Development For Unconventional Resources 1.35 Introduction From The CNH (National Hydrocarbons Commission, Mexico) MEXICO: ENERGY REFORM of materials and equipment required to produce unconventional resources • Water Sourcing Strategies: examining key methods for acquiring water volumes necessary for shale exploitation • Public Education: identifying strategies to alleviate the misconceptions on the environmental risks of hydraulic fracturing 1.45 Understanding The Extent To Which Mexico’s Energy Reform Will End PEMEX’s Monopololy And Open The Energy Market To International Operators Gervasio Barzola, VP Subsurface Development, Pioneer Natural Resources Douglas Portis, Senior Geologist, Pioneer Natural Resources to a more open market to understand how it will decrease prices and lead to economies of scale • Looking at the need to expand the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to incorporate the successful North American shale cluster into Mexico Evaluating the geological characterization of the Burgos, Tampico-Misantla, Maltrata and Sabinas to quantify its productive potential 10.00 Morning Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area BRAZIL Sao Francisco, Parecis, Amazonas, Paraná, Paranaiba, Solimoes, Recôncavo And Potiguar Basins CHILE: MAGALLANES Frederico Miranda, Geologist, Parnaíba Gas Natural MEXICO GOVERNMENT BRIEFING 9.50 Question & Answer Session CHILE Magallanes Basin reservoirs to assess its long-term production potential • Scrutinizing the maturity, temperature and TOC levels in PLANNING FOR UNCONVENTIONAL DEVELOPMENT • Supply Chain: developing a model for achieving the supply 3.55 Afternoon Refreshments In Exhibition Showcase Area • Assessing the content of Mexico’s energy reform to determine it;s impact on unconventional oil and gas development in the future • Examining the transition from the current legislative environment Luis Miguel Labandini, Energy Consultant And Co-Author Of “The Energy Reform In Mexico 2013”, Monterrey Institute Of Technology basin has responded to fracturing • Examining the depth of the Magallanes basin to determine the accessibility of deeper tertiary stratums • Examining the pressure of the reservoir to determine whether or not it is going to be a viable long term production opportunity • Evaluating whether or not early production results can justify the cost of unconventional drilling and completions Lisandro Rojas, Director OF Exploration & Production, ENAP Sipetrol Chile 5.05 Question & Answer Session URUGUAY North And Santa Lucía Basins URUGUAY GOVERNMENT BRIEFING 5.15 Introduction From The DNE (National Energy Agency, Uruguay) URUGUAY: CASTELLANOS FORMATION, SANTA LUCÍA BASIN 5.25 Examining Recent Exploratory Results To Determine If Production Potential Is High Enough To Justify Drilling And Completions Cost Against Domestic Oil Prices • Analyzing geochemical properties to determine if the formation has the chemical potential of a source rock • Understanding the geology of the Norte basin to determine BRAZIL GOVERNMENT BRIEFING 2.15 Question & Answer Session 10.30 Introduction From The ANP (National Oil Agency, Brazil) MEXICO: BOQUILLAS • Discussing the quantity and quality of organic content to BRAZIL: AN INTRODUCTION TO SHALE PROSPECTS IN BRAZIL 2.25 Examining The Tectonics, Stratigraphy, Rock Properties And Lithology Of The Play To Understand How It Will Lend Itself To Commercial Production Héctor de Santa Ana, Director Of Exploration & Production, ANCAP • Understanding reservoir depth, thickness and continuity to 5.55 Question & Answer Session 10.35 Using Preliminary Geochemical And Petrophysical Data To Compare Expected Shale Productivity Levels Of The Sao Francisco, Parecis, Amazonas, Parnaíba, Solimoes, Paraná, Recôncavo And Potiguar Basins • Looking at the maturity levels of the Sao Francisco, Parecis, Amazonas, Solimoes, Paraná, Recôncavo and Potiguar Basins to assess the quality of the shale • Analyzing the lithological composition and porosity of the Sao Francisco, Parecis, Amazonas, Solimoes, Paraná, Recôncavo and Potiguar Basins to determine where the shale oil and gas windows are generated • Comparing TOC levels across Sao Francisco, Parecis, Amazonas, Solimoes, Paraná, Recôncavo and Potiguar to determine which basins show the greatest productivity levels • Evaluating preexisting infrastructure in Sao Francisco, Parecis, Amazonas, Solimoes, Paraná, Recôncavo and Potiguar to predict potential costs across these basins Frederico Miranda, Geologist-Petrophysicist, Parnaíba Gas Natural 11.05 Question & Answer Session BRAZIL: ESPÍRITO SANTO, CAMPOS AND SANTOS BASINS 11.15 Modeling And Comparing The Depositional Environment Of Carbonate Reservoirs In The Espírito Santo, Campos And Santos Basins To Identify Sweet Spots And Execute An Effective Development Plan • Comparing the depositional environments of the carbonate reservoirs in Espírito Santo, Campos and Santos Basins to improve accuracy in the selection of target areas and sweet spots determine horizontal laterals you can drill and the cost of drilling them • Understanding how to drill and produce wells effectively in reservoirs with incredibly low porosities • Looking at the concentration of carbonates, silt and shales in the reservoir to determine optimum drilling practices • Assessing how continuous the reservoir is to deduce the extent of the play. 2.55 Question & Answer Session ECUADOR Oriente Basin ECUADOR GOVERNMENT BRIEFING 3.05 Introduction From The Secretaría de Hidrocarburos (National Hydrocarbons Agency, Ecuador) ECUADOR: PIE DE MONTE PLAY, ORIENTE BASIN 3.15 Examining The Geological Prospectivity Of The Deeper Pre-Cretacious Layers To Determine If Production Potential Can Economically Justify Higher Drilling Cost • Examining the porosity, permeability, maturity and TOC levels to define the volume and quality of source rock • Modeling the deposition of the rock to locate the mature hydrocarbon producing zones and determine the existence of an oil window how far exploitable resource stretches determine if long-term productive capabilities justify the drilling costs PARAGUAY CHACO-PARANÁ BASIN PARAGUAY GOVERNMENT BRIEFING 6.05 Introduction From The Viceministerio de Minas y Energía (Ministry Of Mining And Energy, Paraguay) PARAGUAY: CHACO-PARANÁ 6.15 Providing A Regional Geochemical And Petrophysical Assessment Of The Chaco-Parana To Understand Available Opportunities For Shale Exploration • Analyzing the depositional environment of the reservoirs in Chaco-Paraná to understand how it varies vertically and horizontally • Scrutinizing the mineralogy, maturity and temperature to locate the sweet spots within the reservoir • Understanding the vertical variations of Chaco-Paraná to determine the potential volume of the shale found there • Using maturity analysis to distinguish between oil and gas windows within the Chaco-Paraná Ari Thaler, Co-Founder, Dahava Petróleos 6.45 Question & Answer Session 6.55 Chair’s Closing Remarks And End Of Conference www.emerging-shale-plays-latin-america.com (1) 800 721 3915 info@american-business-conferences.com

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