Paul Eardley-Taylor

Paul Eardley-Taylor

Oil & Gas, Southern Africa Standard Bank

Paul Eardley-Taylor is responsible for Standard Bank’s Oil & Gas sector coverage activities for Southern Africa (11 countries), across upstream, midstream, downstream, services and process industry clients.
 
Paul has 20 years of energy corporate and investment banking experience, covering the Oil & Gas, Power & Utilities and Renewables & Carbon sub-sectors, and has been based in Africa for 10 years.  Paul has extensive experience of the SA/Southern African energy environment, as adviser, banker and financier.
 
Prior to joining Standard Bank in 2009, Paul worked for HSBC for over 10 years and gained extensive experience of transactions across EMEA and select global markets in Asia/Australasia.
 
Paul holds degrees from Birmingham University; London University and a MBA from Henley Management College.  Paul is a Fellow of the Securities & Investment Institute, a member of the Energy Institute and has completed Harvard Business School’s Global Energy Seminar

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Thursday 08/11/2018

From 16:00 To 16:35

11/08/2018 16:00 11/08/2018 16:35 How Technology and Finance are Creating New Options for Gas Technology innovation along with an increase in funding options for gas monetization pave the way for future development. Emerging technologies begin to demonstrate the full potential of gas in the future energy mix.

This session will explore:

• Improved technologies, notably in CNG and LNG, increasing the modes of transport for gas and reducing cost 
• The applications of gas in power, liquids and transport globally and in-continent 
• A deeper exploration of gas to power tomorrow
• New funding and equity models to stimulate more projects going to FID 
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"How Technology and Finance are Creating New Options for Gas"

Ado Oseragbaje ND Maduemezia Paul Eardley-Taylor

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:00 To 12:40

11/08/2018 12:00 11/08/2018 12:40 The role of global finance in the African Upstream As the global oil markets bounce back to $70+ per barrel and the green shoots of optimism are being observed in the global hydrocarbon sector, can we expect an upturn in FDI and FIDs across the African oil and gas sector. In this session we uncover what market dynamics need to be observed before global financiers consider deploying funds into the African upstream:

•    How can the African energy sector remain competitive to attract global Private Equity?
•    Challenges PE funds face when considering the African Upstream as a viable investment choice.
•    Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
•    How fund managers develop sustainable strategies for the emerging markets hydrocarbon sector
•    How can small and mid-cap companies make themselves more attractive to global fund managers
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"The role of global finance in the African Upstream "

Eric Faillenet Olu Ogunfowora Paul Eardley-Taylor Rob Tims
Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 16:00 To 16:35

11/08/2018 16:00 11/08/2018 16:35 How Technology and Finance are Creating New Options for Gas Technology innovation along with an increase in funding options for gas monetization pave the way for future development. Emerging technologies begin to demonstrate the full potential of gas in the future energy mix.

This session will explore:

• Improved technologies, notably in CNG and LNG, increasing the modes of transport for gas and reducing cost 
• The applications of gas in power, liquids and transport globally and in-continent 
• A deeper exploration of gas to power tomorrow
• New funding and equity models to stimulate more projects going to FID 
CTICC
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CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:00 To 12:40

11/08/2018 12:00 11/08/2018 12:40 The role of global finance in the African Upstream As the global oil markets bounce back to $70+ per barrel and the green shoots of optimism are being observed in the global hydrocarbon sector, can we expect an upturn in FDI and FIDs across the African oil and gas sector. In this session we uncover what market dynamics need to be observed before global financiers consider deploying funds into the African upstream:

•    How can the African energy sector remain competitive to attract global Private Equity?
•    Challenges PE funds face when considering the African Upstream as a viable investment choice.
•    Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
•    How fund managers develop sustainable strategies for the emerging markets hydrocarbon sector
•    How can small and mid-cap companies make themselves more attractive to global fund managers
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers