First I have to Say YOU Readers are NOT invited!!!! Is TSU part of this, Should I find out I will pass on information. Make sure you read last line on page 2. WHY dont they want us to know about this??????
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Subject: Business and Energy Opportunities in Ukraine - January 23, 2013 - Calgary
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The Board of Directors of the Alberta Chapter of the Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association (CERBA) is pleased to invite you to a special interactive luncheon focusing on the current opportunities in the energy sector of Ukraine AND a presentation by Ukraine's leading coal and energy company. This event may serve as some background for those participating on the Canada Ukraine Shale Gas Mission February 24-26th
We are pleased to welcome Mr. Kirill Ermichine, Head, Department of International Public Affairs, DTEK who will speak to DTEK: Ukraine's Coal & Energy Market Leader
Information about DTEK can be found at http://www.dtek.com/en/home
We also welcome Ms. Christina Bilyk, Commercial Counsellor & Senior Trade Commissioner, Embassy of Canada in Ukraine, who is accompanying the DTEK delegation to Calgary. Ms. Bilyk will talk about Opportunities for Canadian Business in Ukraine.
This luncheon seminar will provide an execellent opportunity to hear about current developments in the Ukrainian energy sector and to hear from its leading private energy company about it's plans for developments in the coal sector AND coal bed methane extraction.
DATE: Wednesday, January 23. 2013 ITIME: 11:45- 1:30 PM
VENUE: Azure Room, McDougal Centre, 455 - 6th Steet SW, Calgary
Cost: $20 - CERBA Members $25 - Non- members
For more information, contact frank@.cerbanet.org
- There are many reasons to be confident of a shale gas exploration boom occurring in Ukraine. The most important is the geological similarities and geographic proximity to Poland. EuroGas believes that the Lublin Basin, which lies under Poland and Ukraine, could be 10-15 times as large as the Barnett formation in the US, and have a pay zone close to 4000 ft compared to 200-300 ft for Barnett.
- Secondarily Ukraine is more suitable for horizontal drilling than the more densely populated parts of Europe because of the large area required to drill, the use of large amounts of water, and the chemicals used for shale gas drilling. The use of chemicals, although not proven to be an environmental hazard, has come under extra scrutiny in heavily populated areas.
- Thirdly Ukraine consumes approximately 80 billion cubic meters of gas every year and only produces 20 billion cubic meters so the remainder of supply is imported from Turkmenistan and Russia. The supply from Russia has faced yearly disruption. Gas imports from Turkmenistan transits through Russia are also becoming entangled in Russian-Ukrainian gas disputes.
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