Suriname Energy, Oil & Gas Summit 2021

juni 1 - 3 | Online Beurzen

SEOGS 2021 will be hosted across three days as part of the energy advance network that offers globalised news, events and networking for the international energy industry.

With over 400+ participants expected this June the summit offers a wealth of content for strategically minded companies looking capitalise on investment, development and project opportunities in Suriname’s nascent hydrocarbons sector.

Download the online brochure for more information on the programme.

Opportunities in Suriname

A year to remember for Suriname with their first offshore discovery of hydrocarbons in offshore Block 58, held in a JV between Apache and Total. A game-changing opportunity for the country’s economic recovery and development. Suriname finished the year on a positive note with a fourth offshore discovery by Petronas in a JV with ExxonMobil. With an estimated resource potential of 13.6 billion barrels (P50), the United States Geological Survey (USGS 2012) ranks the Guiana Basin 2nd in the world for prospectivity among the world’s unexplored basins and 12th for oil among all the world’s basins – explored and unexplored.

2020
In January 2021 the Keskesi East-1 discovery was announced in Block 58. In 2021 January 2021 the Keskesi East-1 discovery was announced in Block 58. Keep an eye out for the outcome of Staatsolie’s Suriname Shallow Offshore Bid Round with bids due to close on the 30th April 2020. Staatsolie will play a fundamental role in the development of Suriname’s hydrocarbon potential. The NOC intends to develop renewable and sustainable energy resources, as well as contributing to the local economic development through local content strategies.
Suriname’s position in the Guyana-Suriname Basin enhances its potential for strategic partnerships and both nations’ presidents are working on joint infrastructure solutions and local content issues to both countries.

2021
January 2021 the Keskesi East-1 discovery was announced in Block 58. Keep an eye out for the outcome of Staatsolie’s Suriname Shallow Offshore Bid Round with bids due to close on the 30th April 2020. Staatsolie will play a fundamental role in the development of Suriname’s hydrocarbon potential. The NOC intends to develop renewable and sustainable energy resources, as well as contributing to the local  economic development through local content strategies. Suriname’s position in the Guyana-Suriname Basin enhances its potential for strategic partnerships and both nations’ presidents are working on joint infrastructure solutions and local content issues to both countries.