CWC’s Iraq Petroleum 2011: 12-14 July 2011

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International oil and gas companies from 70 countries together with key Iraqi oil and gas industry experts will be gathering at the Landmark Hotel, London from 12-14 July for the latest edition of CWC Iraq Petroleum conference.

The event will focus on the next phase of developing Iraq’s oil and gas resources as well as the current and future upstream opportunities.

Conference Producer and Project Manager Nawar Abdulhadi commented:

With Iraq seeking increasing support from international oil, gas and service companies for its economic development, Iraq Petroleum 2011 will provide the largest gathering of over 300 senior level executives and industry experts from over 90 companies worldwide, providing the ideal forum for networking and building relationships.”

The conference programme will look at the latest developments from an exclusive line-up of government and industry experts including H.E. Thamir Ghadhban, Chairman of the Advisory Commission to the PM of Iraq, H.E Ali Al Dabagh, Minister of State, Iraqi Government Spokesman, and many other government figures. On the other side, the Iraqi Parliament will be represented by H.E. Haider Al Abadi and Dr Adnan Al Jananbi and many other key Iraqi oil industry representatives will take part at the event.

A post conference workshop will follow the main programme, with Clyde & Co organising a negotiator roundtable discussion focusing on Iraq’s oil and gas contracts. This one day interactive workshop will update investors on the upcoming fourth bid round, the right joint ventures and will take delegates through a step by step guide on forming joint ventures and managing the after contract signature challenges.

Industry support for the conference is massive. Sponsors include:

  • Upstream Principle Sponsor: Crescent Petroleum;
  • Service Principal Sponsor: Baker Hughes; and,
  • Conference Sponsors: ExxonMobil, Statoil, Shell, Total, Occidental, ENI, Jawar Al Khaleej Shipping L.L.C, Oil Serv, Huawei, IAG, Olive Group, Mott MacDonald, Mubadala, Standard Chartered, Technology Partners, SKA Group, and OIEC.

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