IBBC Announces Line-Up for Iraq Business Conference

Having had to postpone its autumn conference earlier this year, the Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC) has confirmed that it has received full UAE Government approval to hold its conference on Sunday 18th December.

It has convened 20 of the top decision-makers from the Government of Iraq and key industry sectors, who will come together at the IBBC Autumn Conference in Dubai to discuss the dynamic energy and financial landscape, as well as key opportunities to be seized.

Attendees will gain insights from leading government and industry leaders, including:

  • H.E. Jabbar A.H. Al-Luiebi, Minister of Oil, Iraq
  • Marcus Antonini, Vice President and Country Chairman, Shell Iraq
  • Ariel Flores, GM, BP (Rumaila Operating Organisation)
  • Marwa Al Nasaa, Resident Representative for Iraq, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
  • Zeeshan Sheikh, Investment Officer, International Finance Corporation (IFC)
  • Gavin Rennie, Global Power and Utilities Emerging Markets Leader, Ernst & Young
  • Dennis Flannery, Managing Director, Iraq Country Head & Representative, Citibank

The four conference sessions will focus on:

  • Session 1: The Iraq Oil and Gas Sector in 2016
  • Session 2: Opportunities in Power Generation/Electricity Supply
  • Session 3: Finance
  • Session 4: Opportunities for the Private Sector

Among the companies already signed up for the conference are:

  • AMEC Foster Wheeler
  • BP
  • China Petroleum Engineering
  • Citibank
  • DOME Group
  • Exxon
  • EY
  • Garda World
  • GE
  • Gulftainer
  • Harlow International
  • International Islamic Bank
  • Khudairy Group
  • Marubeni Itochu Steel
  • Olive Group
  • Penspen
  • Petronas
  • Perkins+Will
  • PwC
  • Restrata
  • ROO
  • Severn Glocon
  • Shell
  • Siemens
  • SKA
  • Solar Turbines
  • Stephenson Horwood
  • Weir Group
  • URUK Engineering

Register now if you would like to:

  • Find out more about the strategy of global oil and gas majors in Iraq
  • Understand what OPEC cuts mean for businesses in the Middle East
  • Learn about new opportunities in Iraq that have arisen following the IMF deal and how to get involved
  • Network with key industry figures, business partners and prospects

With rising oil prices, an IMF loan and increasing security, the opportunity for new business in Iraq is clear.

Book your spot at this must-attend conference now for £700!

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(Source: IBBC)

 

 

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