Tripoli, 23 May 2014:
The 3rd New Libya Oil & Gas Forum will draw more than . . .[restrict]200 senior level executives next week from the National Oil Corporation Libya, the government organisations, international oil companies operating in the country and their service providers, organizers report.
The forum will take place from 29-30 May at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel in London. Having been hosted successfully under the patronage of the Libyan NOC for the two previous years – in Rome (2012) and Istanbul (2013) – the senior level meeting will again be the key platform to facilitate high level discussions, they state.
Topics to be addressed will focus on the oil and gas business in the country, highlighting investment opportunities, future development prospects and plans for both the upstream and downstream sectors. Onshore and offshore operations will be closely examined by the key on field companies BP Libya, Nafusa Libya, Shell and Oando.
Amongst the organisations that will be in attendance at this year’s meeting are; Shell, BP, Total, Libya Holdings Group, Oando, Shell International Trading and Shipping Company, Crosco, OMV, Sipex Libya, Technip, BP Libya, Total S.A, BB Energy Group, British Arab Commercial Bank, Shell International Upstream, Yokogawa Middle East & Africa, Occidental Libya Oil and Gas, Petrofac International, Statoil, Total E&P Libya, Egyptian Drilling Company, GE Oil&Gas, OMV Pakistan, Statoil, ExxonMobil, Gazprom Neft, Hess Corporation Libya, and many more. [/restrict]