PRLog - April 16, 2014 - Global Offshore Technology is being held under the auspices of The Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry & Tourism Cyprus taking place on the 28-29 April at Carob Mill in Limassol, Cyprus. The Mediterranean is currently undergoing a significant new phase of oil and gas exploration and the Global Offshore Technology Conference & Exhibition will unite Ministers from Croatia, Cyprus, Italy and Montenegro with the international oil and gas community to examine the prospects for offshore oil and gas in the region. The programme will examine the advances in technology and engineering services that have prompted some of the new discoveries and the commercialisation options for the Mediterranean’
Global Offshore Technology Conference & Exhibition 2014
Over 70 companies have registered to attend including the sponsors AFS Offshore, Crowe Horwath, Cyprus Airways, GTT, Shield Consultants and SCF Unicom as well as participating companies including ABS Europe, Natural Gas Public Company (DEFA) Cygas, DNV GL, Edison, Eni, TNO, EY, Petroceltic, Poten & Partners, Technip Italy Spa, Cyprus Hydrocarbons Company, Trowers & Hamlins to name a few and Ministerial representation from:
-H.E Mr Yiorgos Lakkotrypis, Minister of Energy, commerce, Industry and Tourism, Cyprus
-H.E Mr Vladimir Kavarić, Minister of Economy, Montenegro
-Sabina Škrtić, Assistant Minister for Industry, Investment and EU Programs and Projects, 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
Newly confirmed speakers include Toula Onoufriou, Chairwoman, Cyprus Hydrocarbons Company (CHC) and Yaniv Friedman, Vice President Strategy, Avner Oil Exploration who have joined the high profile speaker line up of regional and international private sector experts.
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.
The latest programme and speakers are available on the website. Discounted delegate rates are available for local Cypriot companies