The New Zealand Transport Fuels & Fleet Management Summit is the transport fuels sector's premier annual event. It is run as a joint venture between Conferenz and Freeman Media. The event is designed to attract around 200 delegates from the New Zealand transport fuels sector when we hold the inaugural event in October 2015.
A forum for upstream oil and gas operators with operations in New Zealand.
Operators, explorers, service companies, rig owners and key infrastructure providers use the forum to discuss upcoming activity and share information for mutual benefit and the advancement of the industry in New Zealand.
Downstream is an annual two-day conference and dinner held in Auckland for the downstream energy industry. The 2015 event will see over 300 energy sector leaders and professionals from key organisations brought together to discuss the main strategic issues pertaining to the industry today.
In today’s information society, a prompt and accurate flow of useful information is critical for decision-making at all levels. Expert opinions, research and accepted methodologies are well tested and complemented by surveys. Increasingly the digital age is making tools like surveys a vital part of any decision-making process.
Energy News and ABB are again proud to present the Annual New Zealand Electricity Survey in 2015.
New Zealand Petroleum & Minerals, PEPANZ and Freeman Media, are pleased to announce the merger of the Advantage Petroleum Conference and the New Zealand Petroleum Summit.
Bringing together our joint experience and strengths, the Advantage New Zealand Petroleum Summit 2015 will feature a world-class programme, including presentations, panel discussions, networking events and the launch of New Zealand Petroleum Block Offer 2015.
The Advantage New Zealand Petroleum Summit is now the oil and gas sector's premier annual event.
The New Zealand Petroleum Exploration Opportunities (Farm-In) service is a free-to-view website providing a platform for explorers to showcase and market the petroleum exploration permits they are looking to farm-out to the global petroleum exploration community.