Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources Taner Yıldız and Eni’s senior executive vice-president for midstream operations Marco Alverà will be among the speakers at the event, which is sponsored by Deloitte, Spectrum and East Ring.
Hosted by the Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago, speakers at the conference include Minister of Finance and the Economy Larry Howai, former BP CEO Lord John Browne and BP’s group head of technology David Eyton.
The KIHSE is being held under the patronage of the Minister of Oil, Kuwait H.E. Dr. Ali Saleh Al-Omair, The conference and exhibition will provide an excellent opportunity for professionals from the oil and gas industry to share experiences and build fruitful relationships with stakeholders. Held under the theme ‘’We Can Make a Difference to Our World” KIHSE will examine current practices and identify areas of improvement and world-leading solutions that can be implemented to improve sustainable working conditions.
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MPGC brings together the captains of the oil industry, a stellar line up of speakers, keynote addresses from visionaries from the global and UAE energy scene, and Fortune 500 company sponsors, delivering industry insights, dialogues, discussions and business interactions at the highest levels.
MPGC enjoys the highest political support in each host city. Since 1993, MPGC has been held in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait and Oman. More than 2000 companies are represented with over 11000 delegates and 900 speakers from 100 countries. MPGC has also received the support of more than 250 sponsors and 150 media sponsors.
With a brand new deepwater decommissioning workshop hosted by Anardarko, InterMoor and Versabar in addition to the cost estimation workshop, hosted by Shell, the 2015 summit is expected to be bigger than ever. Joining the stage for 2015 include exclusive case studies from BP, Marathon Oil, Chevron, BHP Billiton & more for three days and multiple tracks from P&A to artificial reefing projects.
The congress includes four mini-events on spate segments of the LNG sector: LNG Trading, LNG Terminals, Infrastructure and Small- To Mid-Scale LNG. More than 60 speakers will address hundreds of delegates, who will have the chance to question the experts at more than 10 panel events as well as network with each other.
With the South Stream gas pipeline in the bin and much of the Ukraine still in turmoil, the conference centred on European gas supply and demand comes at a critical time.
Abdelkader Amara, Moroccan minister of energy, mines, water and environment, Egyptian Minister of Electricity Energy Mohamed Hamed Shaker El Markaby and the IEA’s Maria van der Hoeven are among the speakers.
The 21st Africa Upstream Conference at the oil week event will focus on exploration, development and production, new ventures, corporate oil/gas strategies, deepwater potential, acreage, licensing, acquisitions, foreign state players, new entries, Gas-LNG-GTL projects, upstream policies and opportunities, oil finance and investment, and building Africa’s oil, gas and energy future.
Issues addressed at the summit will include access to markets, capital and the regulations investors need to be aware of. Projects from pipelines to LNG will be discussed from ground breaking to decommissioning.