Beirut to host Basra Oil, Gas & Infrastructure Conference 2016

BASRAA Day1 Session2 1351The Basra and Iraqi government delegations have expressed interest in meeting investors who are keen to be involved in the development of the Basra Governorate at the conference. (Image source: CWC)The third edition of the Basra Oil, Gas & Infrastructure Conference, to be held in Beirut on 24-25 October, will be dedicated to discussing the opportunities available in the industries of Iraq’s economic capital

The event will be held under the auspices of the Basra Governorate and the Basra Council and will be produced by international events organiser CWC Group. The conference will be conducted with support from the Lebanon government represented by minister of energy and water resources Arthur Nazariam, and head of the Lebanese petroleum administration Wissam Zahabi.

The event is expected to provide a platform for international investors and stakeholders to meet with the Basra’s government and business leaders to open channels for partnerships, knowledge and technology transfer and tender proposals. Sponsored by Shell, Al Busttan, Solution Power Providers and RSK, the conference will look into various industries including hydrocarbons, infrastructure, construction, transport, power and telecoms with expert panel debates and tender announcements for each field.

Roundtable discussions dedicated to highlighting prospects in the Iraq Telecoms industry, and presented by the CMC – Iraqi Regulatory Commission of Media and Communications and the Iraqi Ministry of Communications, will be a part of the conference. According to the organisers, these debates are a platform for international telecoms solution providers to meet directly with the end-users operating in the Basra province in the oil and gas and infrastructure industries.

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