A new breed of conference…
Focused on connecting oil & gas company CEOs and investors 1-2-1.
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121 Oil & Gas Investment Hong Kong provides the ideal forum for oil and gas companies to meet 1-2-1 with leading energy funds and oil & gas financiers.
Join us in Hong Kong, China’s international gateway and one of Asia’s key financing hubs, to enjoy the tried and tested 121 event format.
The event is built around two days of pre-arranged 1-2-1 meetings alongside a two-day conference programme packed with investor insight panels, analyst market updates and CEO spotlight presentations.
We’ve been busy since our launch in 2014…
1. Register – Entry is restricted to qualified investors, analysts and senior oil & gas company executives keeping every meeting focused on investment and financing discussion.
2. Pre-arrange meetings – Prior to the summit, all investor/analyst participants will receive a list of the oil & gas corporates participating in the event, along with information about their projects. Simply select those companies whose management teams you would like to meet and we will help build you a personalised schedule of 1-2-1 meetings.
3. Attend – Events are built around two days of pre-arranged 1-2-1 meetings alongside a two-day conference programme packed with investor insight panels, analyst market updates and CEO spotlight presentations.
200 leading institutional investors, financiers and analysts from Hong Kong, Greater China and the wider APAC region will attend. Here’s the expected breakdown:
The inaugural 121 Oil and Gas investment conference in London was a successful launch event at a time that many participants felt was a key turning point for the upstream industry.
Continuing an excellent record in organising resource orientated investment conferences, the 121 event brought together 25 E&P growth companies and over 100 investors offering an excellent 4:1 ratio of investor to E&P management teams. Representatives from key institutions, leading private equity funds, family offices and buy-side from the oil majors attended seeking new investment ideas in the sector.