AGR to address emerging markets at Africa Oil Week

Cape Town International Convention Centre Africa Oil WeekAGR will be among more than 130 exhibitors at Africa Oil Week, which will take place at Cape Town International Convention Centre on 25-29 November 2013. (Image source: CTICC)Oil and gas service company AGR will be among a host of global names participating at the Africa Oil Week, which will take place at Cape Town International Convention Centre on 25-29 November 2013

The company will look to highlight its experience of working within the African market, as well as its capabilities and products, at the 20th edition of the show on Booth #26.

“These are exciting times for Africa with new markets opening up and a suite of major projects underway,” said Mike Wynne, VP reservoir management for UK and Africa at AGR. “We are proud to continue providing independent asset and portfolio valuations, due diligence reporting, Competent Person’s Reports (CPRs) and reserves audits to our existing clients, and we look forward to liaising with new entrants to this sector at this key event.”

The company will look to showcase a range of expert advisory services from its portfolio at the event in Cape Town, South Africa, which will include its TRACS Evaluations offering, its sub-surface experts and drilling and facilities engineers, as well as its Reservoir Management team, which has been delivering evaluation reports since the early 1990s when the TRACS brand was established.

“AGR’s TRACS Evaluations teams consist of commercial and technical specialists with extensive experience in sub-surface analysis, commercial evaluations and reserves auditing,” Wynne added. “We also provide independent advice to buyers and brokers on less tangible aspects such as operator competence, partner issues and other opportunities within the region.”

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