Business conversations with global oil and gas thought leaders were pursued during the Networking Reception. The evening pleasantly continued with a prestigious private Gala Dinner at which ENI has received from Mr Sanalla the NOC Appreciation Award, and OMV the Outstanding Lifetime Partnership Award. The two winners have expressed their gratefulness and will to keep providing the necessary help to overcome the industry obstacles.
The third day was dedicated to Workshops, leaded by Fares Law Group and GardaWorld, to assess the relevant oil and gas regulations and Petroleum Law in Libya as well as provide best practices on risk management in Libya.
During the course of the three-day event, NOC Libya held a series of private meetings with IOCs and leading service prodivers. NOC Chairman thanked the international companies for a successful bilateral cooperation.
Amongst the companies that attended the meeting were ABC Bank, Amec Foster Wheeler, BB Energy, Beicip, BP, CGG, the Embassy of Iraq, Italy, Libya, Morocco, Spain and Venezuela, ENI, ExxonMobil, Ferrostaal, Gunvor, Hess Corp., ITECO, Mericler, Mermaid Energy, Nalco Champion, OMV, Petrofac, PGNiG, Rai Oilfield Servcies, Repsol, RWE Dea, Schlumberger, Siemens, Statoil, Tatneft, Total, UBAF, Vallourec, Waha Oil, Wintershall, and many more.
Official Exhibitor Sponsors of the Forum included IESCO, KBC, Nutech Energy, GardaWorld, Weir Oil, CITAC Africa, Tenaris, Tiger Offshore Rentals, Baron Filtration, Scheuerle, Nicolas, Kamag, Sterling Hose, HOT Engineering, Ion, Daam Holdings, NSC-OSG, Clyde & Co, Harouge Oil Operations, Banca UBAE, Betafence and Peterson.
The event was supported by the Middle East Association, the Arab Bankers Association, the Libyan British Business Council (LBBC) and Cedigaz.
Documentation and presentations are available for purchase for those who did not attend. More information on the 5th edition of the New Libya Oil & Gas Forum is available now at www.irn-international.com or upon subscription to IRN newsletter.