Upstream 2013 features a range of speakers from the
energy and resources sector exploring the latest issues in funding,
M&A, competitiveness, and our energy future.
Our second national Energy & Resources conference, Upstream
2013, is only two weeks away, and places are filling fast.
We've just confirmed additional speakers for the following
Mark Dempsey, Senior Managing Director, Head of Oil and Gas,
Macquarie Capital, and William Teasdale, Specialist Advisor, Energy
& Resources M&A, KPMG Corporate Finance for "Are you
ready for the M&A wave?";
Mark Bower, Director – Debt Markets Origination, NAB and
Paul Murphy, Partner, TS Standard Services, Ernst & Young for
"Raising funds in capital constrained times";
John Barber, Senior Economist, Bureau of Resources and Energy
Economics (BREE) and Justin Smirk, Senior Economist, Westpac
Institutional Bank for "Demand uncertainty"; and
Quentin Markin, Partner, Stikeman Elliott LLP for "Raising
funds in capital constrained times".
Kicking off with a keynote address from The Hon Ian Macfarlane
MP, Shadow Minister for Energy and Resources, Upstream 2013
features a range of speakers from the energy and resources sector,
who will be exploring the latest issues in funding, M&A,
competitiveness, and our energy future.
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