International Petroleum Week 2015
International Petroleum Week takes place from 10-12 February at the InterContinental Park Lane London. The recognised forum for the global oil and gas industry attracts more than 2,000 influential delegates keen to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing the sector today.
International Petroleum Week 2015
The IP Week 2015 programme provides a platform to debate, discuss and share knowledge on how to address current issues. Over the three conference days, roundtables and breakout sessions, there will be a firm focus on global industry affairs, with a new slant looking at the US and Latin America. The Middle East, Russia and the CIS, Africa and the Asia-Pacific regions also remain key areas of interest. Perhaps more than ever with the dramatic events unfolding in Iraq, Syria and Ukraine.
IP Week 2015 will also provide its usual series of networking opportunities. Notably, the IP Week Dinner welcomes Ben Van Beurden, Chief Executive Officer of Royal Dutch Shell, as Guest of Honour. Meanwhile, the IP Week Drinks Reception and IP Week Lunch, sees Andrew Austin, CEO of IGas Energy guest, and will also offer insights from other leading industry figures. It also provides an opportunity to share experiences and views with fellow oil and gas professionals in an informal, yet stimulating environment.
“IP Week is the place where oil and gas operators, clients and investors meet to form new partnerships,” according to the official website. “Conferences and roundtable discussions provide a platform where delegates can debate key issues, share new ideas and insights on topics ranging from upstream and downstream oil and gas, technology, finance and investment, to specific regions.”
Benefits of attending:
- Learn about key developments in the global oil and gas industry.
- Discuss the current challenges and hear potential solutions and best practices to support your strategic planning.
- Network with over 2,000 senior decision makers.
- Gain a better understanding of the future scenarios facing the sector.
- Invest in tomorrow’s leaders and send your graduates to IP Week at a discounted rate.
Day one of the Conference focusses on strategies for the changing oil and gas landscape, exploring various challenges and opportunities such as the growth of energy demand in Asia, the rise of shale oil and gas production, and the technological challenges of moving exploration further offshore, to name but a few. The IP Week Drinks Reception follows in the evening.
On day two, the discussion switches to Russia and the CIS, looking at what prospects there are for Russian and international companies to continue co-operation over current and new projects, as well as opportunities presented by other CIS countries. Parallel Conferences that day look at 'Embracing growth opportunities in African oil and gas' and 'Capitalising on the expansion of Asia-Pacific’s natural gas market.' Then an afternoon roundtable discussion for senior executives looks at the Regional outlook.
Day three's parallel Conferences focus on either 'The increasing role of gas in the energy mix: potential and challenges' or 'Strategies for raising capital for oil and gas projects and mitigating risk.' Lunch and networking also occurs every day.
Built on more than 130 years of experience, Phillips 66 is a growing energy manufacturing and logistics company with high-performing Midstream, Chemicals, Refining, and Marketing and Specialties businesses. This integrated portfolio enables Phillips 66 to capture opportunities in the changing energy landscape. Headquartered in Houston, the company has 13,500 employees who are committed to operating excellence and safety. Phillips 66 had $51 billion of assets as of March 31, 2014. Follow on Twitter @Phillips66Co.
The InterContinental Park Lane London is situated at one of the capital’s most prestigious addresses in the heart of Mayfair. the hotel is one of the most sought-after locations in the city for meetings, theatre-style conferences, and large-scale award ceremonies. InterContinental London Park Lane is located a short walk from Hyde Park Corner Underground station (Piccadilly Line). Alternatively, Green Park station (Jubilee / Piccadilly / Victoria lines) is a 6 minute walk.
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