Organizers of the Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference in Amsterdam have announced that a side event will be added to the conference program next week. The session is focused on Iran and will cover several E&P topics.
Wednesday 11 October | 10:00 – 11:15 | Europe Foyer room 2
- Introduction to Iran E&P Business – Morteza Mohmmadi (CBC Oil & Gas)
- Drilling Optimization Secrets – Farzad Ghazali (IOEC)
- Technology Transfer – Heine Gerretsen (T&TS)
- Innovative Achievements in Iran Offshore – IOEC
- Compliance Management – Business with Iran Joost Melis (Philip Sidney BV)
- E&P roadmap business in Iran – Rik Prager (Triple E BV)
The session is free to attend.
Iran owns about 10% of world’s proven oil reserves. It also holds about 17% of proven gas reserves, which could make the country the alternative gas supplier to Europe. The further development of the Iran’s massive reserves is a hot topic in the energy industry.
To tap this potential, a large investment of around 185 billion dollars is required within the next five years, to allow for fleet renovation, already announced by the Iranian government, as well as technological innovation and solutions.
“The Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) is proud to announce the cooperation with Iran and Iran Pavilion being present for the second time. Find them at Offshore Energy at booth number: 1.200 on 10 and 11 October 2017 in Amsterdam RAI,” the organizers said.
Participants Iran Pavilion 2017: National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), Pars Oil and Gas Company (POGC), Iran Offshore Oil Company (IOOC), Iranian Offshore Engineering and Construction Company (IOEC ), Mobin Sazeh Gostar (MSG), Iran Netherlands Trade & Cultural Center (INTCC), Nedsa, Petroleum Engineering & Development Company (PEDEC), Iran Oil Terminals Company (IOTC), Oil Industries Engineering and Construction (OIEC), CBC Oil & Gas (CBC).