IP Week 2018 to focus on the transition of global energy industry

ip week dinner 2The event will provide opportunities to the industry leaders to network and grow their businesses. (Image source: Energy Institute)The annual International Petroleum (IP) Week will be held in London from 20 – 22 February 2018

Organised by Energy Institute, IP Week aims to bring together high-level industry figures and important thinkers on energy.

According to the industry leaders, the event will help the oil and gas industry to navigate the global energy transition, as well as issues such operating in a lower price environment, the role of oil and gas in tackling climate change and the importance of staying ahead in technology and innovation.

More than 100 expert speakers from the most influential corporations including the Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, BP, Shell, IEA, OPEC, Vitol, Total, ENI, Statoil and IBM are expected to attend the event.

As part of the event, the Energy Institute is expected to hold a conference titled Realising the potential for Sub-Saharan Africa’s oil and gas industry.

Topics addressed in the summit include:

· Geopolitics of energy in sub-Sharan Africa

· National Oil Companies’ strategies for attracting international investment in Africa

· The Return of Exploration Drilling to West Africa – Ghana post Jubilee

· The industry’s latest exploration hotspot – Walvis Basin, Offshore Namibia

· Breaking the perceptions about gas in Gabon

· Outlook for the MSGBC Basin

· Opportunities in downstream

Some of the keynote speakers will include Maikanti Baru, Group CEO of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Galen Treadgold, executive director geosciences of Amni International Petroleum Resources, Chris Schemers, head of origination for Europe, Africa and Russia of BP Integrated Supply and Trading, Vance Querio, CEO at Oryx Petroleum and etc.

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