Every sector has been negatively affected by COVID-19, but perhaps the Oil & Gas Industry has endured the most colossal setback, compelling Exploration and Production Companies to either halt or slow down their physical operations.Oil and Gas revenues for a number of key producers, have fallen between 40 to 75% in 2020, compared with 2019, while Global upstream spending is now forecasted to reach $383 billion, the lowest level in 15 years and a staggering 29% decrease of $156 billion compared to 2019.Notable for facilitating Foreign Direct Investment across the Oil & Gas Sector, in Global and Developing Economies, Foreign Investment Network – United Kingdom, is organizing this meeting with the theme:
“GLOBAL INVESTMENT OUTLOOK FOR UPSTREAM OIL & GAS POST COVID-19”.
Time: 15.00 – 16:00PM – U.K/Nigeria.
08.00 – 09.00AM – Houston.
17.00 – 18.00PM – Saudi Arabia.
C.E.O & M.D, Waltersmith Petroman Oil,
Commissioned Nigeria’s first and West Africa’s biggest modular refinery on Wednesday, November 25th.
Dr. Stuart Lake,
Director & Non – Executive Chairman – Invictus Energy, Australia.
Funded most of the Oil & Gas Projects in Africa and a successful IPO.
Explorer with a 90% success rate , over 270 discoveries globally.
Former Vice President Exploration, Shell Russia, He made seven consecutive deep-water discoveries in Ghana (recently purchased by Aker Energy) and 30 onshore discoveries in Russia.
Dr. Carole Nakhle,
C.E.O – Crystol Energy, London – united Kingdom.
Previously Special Parliamentary Advisor in the UK on Energy and Middle Eastern Issues), She worked on projects in more than 50 countries with exploratory visits to the Arctic and North Sea.
Senior Operations Adviser, Saudi Aramco,
For the past 20 years, he has undertaken various responsibilities within the Southern Area Oil Operations in Saudi ARAMCO.
Head – Oil & Gas,
Foreign Investment Network – fIN.
Created a Ministerial Meeting for African Oil Producing and Exporting Countries with communique forwarded to OPEC. Profiled on page 20,of Forbes Africa as ”Shaping the Future”. Chaired more than 20 Oil & Gas meetings globally.
This meeting will provide a premium opportunity to:
• Analyze the global oil sector with a closer and more concise look at the impact of the corona-virus pandemic on exploration and production.
• Review Ongoing upstream Investment projects in specific regions of The Middle East, Australia, Europe & Africa.
• Current Projects for Investment in the Upstream Oil Sector, modelling current projects embarked upon by speakers.
Confirmed participation from Oil Companies, Investors and Stakeholders in:
Nigeria, Australia, Canada, China,
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Zimbabwe, Equatorial Guinea and Ghana.
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