Please note all times in the Agenda are in British Standard Time (BST)
The North Africa & Mediterranean Conference will take place on the 28th January and we are pleased to invite you to participate to this prestigious event taking place online. The North Africa and Mediterranean and oil, gas and energy landscape, through its significant exploration and production plays, acreage leasing, investment portfolio, hydrocarbon potential and joint venture interests continues to shape the dynamics of the global upstream industry. This international senior-level conference brings together key governments, National Oil Companies and corporates as well as independent industry players to highlight new discoveries and production developments, gas-LNG finds, state oil/gas policies, investment opportunities and the regions energy game to allow for expansion and growth.
9.05 – 10.50am
10.50 – 11.05am
11.05 – 12.50pm
This session provides an opportunity to hear from active operators within the Eastern Med and North Africa region. With an increased focus on gas globally, how are operators coming together to progress opportunities? What is the status of current and planned projects with key players in the region and how are these projects looking in the light of COVID delays and lowered oil demand and oil price outlooks? What milestones are coming up in the region in terms of exploration activity and wells to be drilled? How important is the gas story now in the light of the rapid pace of change around ESG investing and the growing focus on gas in the energy transition?
1.40 – 3.10pm
This session takes the form of a 10-minute lightning pitch from each participating country, followed by an in-depth industry Q&A. It shines a spotlight on the regions latest licensing opportunities, data, prospects and NOC’s with a focus on unlocking potential in these regions. Understand the most interesting opportunities available in licensing and open acreage in East Med and the Maghreb in 2021 and beyond with a focus on providing governments an opportunity to pitch and engage the international E&P community to invest.
Board member of the Petroleum Administration-Head of Geology and Geophysics at Ministry of Energy and Water
Acting General Manager
Senior Business Development Manager for Africa, Middle East & Mediterranean
3.10 - 3.25pm
3.25 - 4.35pm
This session provides an opportunity for a senior-level dialogue about progressing the natural gas opportunity of the Eastern Mediterranean. What will the next decade bring for gas with an increasing focus on climate change and what needs to be in place for success? How is technology evolving for deep water gas exploration and what risk aspects need to be considered whilst assessing investment in gas projects? What are the hopes for the Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum and what else can be done to ensure that this resource is maximised as gas seeks to find a place in a rapidly de-carbonising world? How can co-ordinated development be achieved to produce economies of scale required to create competitive regional gas-export infrastructure? What impact will the reforms have for investors and midstream companies?