Roundtable on Oil and Gas Opportunities in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)
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The GCC is an oil-based region with the largest proven crude oil reserves in the world (486.8 billion barrels), representing 35.7% of the world’s total. This region ranks as the largest producer as well as exporter of petroleum and plays a leading role in the world in general and OPEC in particular. Between 2009 to end of 2014, about $264 billion worth of major engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts have been awarded on oil, gas and petrochemicals projects in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Based on the pipeline of planned projects, the region’s oil and gas projects boom is set to continue in the coming years.
This Roundtable will focus on three countries in the GCC, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and The UAE. Companies will be able to learn more about the intricacies of the respective oil and gas markets and understand further how to do business with the National Oil Companies, Aramco, Qatar Petroleum and ADNOC.
Overview of Program:
|0930- 0940||Opening Speech||Mr G. Jayakrishnan, Group Director of Middle East and Africa|
|0940- 1000||Overview of GCC region||Mr Nur Iman Aris, Centre Director of Doha|
|1000- 1020||Onshore opportunities in GCC region||Mr Budiman Mohamed Salleh, Centre Director of Abu Dhabi|
|1020- 1040||Offshore opportunities in GCC region||Mr Mohammad Imran, Centre Director of Riyadha|
|1040- 1100||How can Singapore companies capitalise on opportunities in GCC region||Mr Nur Iman Aris, Centre Director of Doha|
|1100- 1120||Company sharing experience||TBC|
|1120- 1230||Breakout networking session|