Iraq Petroleum Conference returns with an online event on 21-22 October

IraqFor more than 14 years, Iraq Petroleum has continued to be the main independent platform for Iraq’s oil and gas industry, engaging and responding to existing and future challenges

Working in collaboration with the Federal Government of Iraq, the Federal Parliament, Iraq’s Federal Ministry of Oil and independent strategic partners, the event covers Iraq’s policies and strategies for a sustainable future development of Iraq’s giant oil and gas fields.

The flagship CWC Iraq Petroleum Conference returns on 21-22 October 2020 to bring together comprehensive updates on the country’s major opportunities for international investment in the energy sector and Iraq’s future energy plans, which also mark the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the OPEC in Bagdad.

The event, taking place virtually, will give participants the opportunity to stay connected with the major players that shape the strategy and partnerships to drive forward the development of oil, gas and power in Iraq in these unprecedented times.

This year, the conference will address critical issues surrounding Iraq’s oil and gas industry:

-Marking the 60th anniversary of the establishment of OPEC in Baghdad

-Iraq as a major oil and gas player: the next chapter of upstream investment and energy transition 

-Oil and gas industry as the force to pull the country together

-Energy Finance: Creation of an environment in support of the promotion of industry partnerships

-Extending the value chain and Iraq’s energy infrastructure challenges

-Spotlight on the future relationship between Kurdistan Region of Iraq and Federal Iraq Government

-Iraq’s gas potential

-Electricity: Revolutionising the industry

Don’t miss the 2020 virtual meeting and updates on the evolving role of multinational companies in supporting the rebuilding of Iraq. Gain insights directly from leaders and build sustainable business relationships to tap into the region’s oil and gas opportunities, to drive forward post-conflict and post-pandemic recovery.

Distinguished virtual speakers include:

-HE Ihsan Abduljabbar Ismaael Al-Saade

Minister of Oil

Ministry of Oil, Federal Government of Iraq

-HE Nafaa Abdulsada Ali Al-Hmidawi

Senior Deputy Minister

Ministry of Electricity, Federal Government of Iraq

-Matthew M. Zais

PhD Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary

Office of International Affairs, US Department of Energy

-Zaid Elyaseri

Head of Country

BP Iraq

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