With the Attendance of HE. Eng. Tarek El Molla,
Minister Of Petroleum & Mineral Resources
Moderated by: Eng. Abed Ezz Elregal, CEO – EGPC
As part of our ongoing effort to tackle the various obstacles impeding the development and growth of the Egyptian Energy sector, Egypt Oil & Gas Technical Committee takes a great pleasure in hosting a roundtable discussion focusing on Developing Opportunities in the Relationship of IOC/NOC & Service Companies, on the 18th of May 2017 in Sky Executive Resort.
Key topics for discussion:
Offshore; Mediterranean / Nile Delta & Gulf of Suez
- Value of Technical Collaboration between Operating and service companies(Planning – Design – Efficiency – Cost Optimisation)
- Bundling & Integrated Services: What level is more suitable for high cost/high complexity sector
- Well Delivery optimisation and maximising recovery long term partnership
- Opportunities in Offshore contracting models to better enhance productivity
Onshore; Western & Eastern Desert
- The move from majors to independents as onshore basins mature, principally driven by materiality considerations
- Marginal fields
- Stranded gas
- Maximising the recovery and value of brownfields
- Do we need unconventional business models to encourage unconventional resources development?
- Technology enablers and barriers for unconventional resources
- Concession agreements needed unconventional resources
- Learnings from mature unconventional plays
Industry Collaboration & Relationship Barriers
- Collaborative business models across operators, service companies in the upstream, midstream, and downstream
- Positioning EGPC/EGAS: Business partner or industry regulator?
- Collaboration between industry and academia.
- The role of technology in creating a stepchange in efficiency and cost effectiveness across the value chain.
- Barriers in (Contracting, Procurement, People,…)
The Roundtable discussion involves approximately 45 minutes of discussion for every outlined topic followed by 10 minutes for feedback and concluding remarks. The moderator has great influence on the flow and direction of the debate in order to ensure equality, objectivity and timeliness. Roundtable attendees should prepare targeted questions to substantively contribute to the debate.
The roundtable will also see the participation of various managers to be attend and document the discussion between officials. The attendees will have a chance to direct questions to the participants of the roundtable for ten minutes before the concluding remarks.
Roundtable Date & Time:
The roundtable will take place on the Thursday, May 18th 2016 in Sky Executive Resort.
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