At the request of the Cypriot government, Global Offshore Technology has been rescheduled to 28-29 April at Carob Mill in Limassol, Cyprus.
GOT 2014 organizers describe the event the only conference and exhibition in Cyprus to have Ministerial representation from across the region with Ministers confirmed from Cyprus, Montenegro, Malta, Italy and Croatia.
The conference offers a high profile speaker line up of regional and international private sector experts and the technical forum exhibition will give companies the opportunity to showcase their latest products and services needed across the region.
The key note opening speech will be given by Lakkotrypis, Minister of Energy, commerce, Industry and Tourism, Cyprus and the speaking panel will feature high profile government and private sector experts from the region and internationally.
Ministerial representation includes:
• Dr. Konrad Mizzi, Minister for Energy & Water Conservation, Republic of Malta
• Vladimir Kavarić, Minister of Economy Montenegro
• Alen Leveric, Deputy Minister of Economy, Croatia
• Vladan Dubljević, Deputy Minister for Mining and Geological Researches, Montenegro
• Franco Terlizzese, Director General, Ministry of Economic Development, Directorate General of Mineral and Energetic Resources, Italy
Session topics include; Ministerial Address, Mediterranean Offshore Opportunities, Mediterranean Prospects, Gas to Market, Adriatic Oil & Gas Spotlight, Servicing the Industry, Risks and Future Scenarios, Local Content – Sourcing Skills.
The East Mediterranean alone is forecast to have in excess of 300 trillion cubic feet of undiscovered gas and Global Offshore Technology will provide a platform for all those involved in the global oil and gas sector, both those interested in the exploration prospects as well as those looking at Cyprus to provide a strategically located hub for their business interests throughout the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Far East.