Oil challenges and opportunities to be tackled at IP Week

IP Week
‘Meeting today’s challenges, investing in tomorrow’s opportunities’ is the theme for this year’s International Petroleum Week in London on 18-20 February 2013.
The global outlook for the oil and gas industries is set to be tackled at the event, with the opening conference focusing on the challenges for the sector, technological advances, and the requirements to move forward for a more sustainable future.
A seminar on the global future of the downstream oil industry, including making a profit and changing demand, is being held on 20 February. The speakers include Chris Hunt, director general of the UK Petroleum Industry Association.
Dr Fatih Birol HonFEI, executive director, International Energy Agency, will present the outlook for the oil market, examining the uncertainties and certainties for the sector. Other speakers include John Hayes MP, minister of state, Department of Energy and Climate Change, and senior industry leaders from AMEC, BP, Chevron and ExxonMobil.
IP Week 2013 is sponsored by Ernst & Young, Standard Chartered Bank and Platts. It will feature conferences, seminars, a high profile luncheon, an evening reception, exhibition and will conclude with the prestigious IP Week Dinner.