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SPECIAL DISCOUNT BEFORE 30 AUG- Cuba Energy Oil and Gas Conference- 3rd Edition (26-29 Nov 2019)

Posted on 19 August 2019

SPECIAL DISCOUNT BEFORE 30 AUG- Cuba Energy Oil and Gas Conference- 3rd Edition (26-29 Nov 2019)

We are pleased to inform that the 3rd Edition of Cuba Energy Oil and Gas Conference will take place in Melia Cohiba hotel in Havana, 26-29 November 2019 with Global Event Partners Ltd as the main organiser and in partnership with DIT in Havana.

You could find more information related to the event at: https://cuba-energy.com/

The Cuba Energy, Oil and Gas Conference 2019 will build upon the success of 2017 and 2018.

This time will be very significant as in 2018, Union Cuba-Petróleo (CUPET) announced a new offshore bid round, with the official launch at EAGE, London, June 2019. As part of this licensing round process, CUPET is calling on all international IOCs, operators, service providers and companies throughout the value chain to convene in Havana over four days of strategic and technical networking and business development.

Its three-day programme will enable all delegates to attend the full two day conference programme complete with extensive networking and business matching and concluding with the highly popular site visit on 29th November.

The conference programme features presentations and contributions from over 50 oil and gas leaders and experts; attracting more than 350 business leaders and delegates from all major stakeholders, public and private sectors with an interest in growing their business in Cuba.

Across three days the event will discuss and debate the future of oil and gas exploration and production in Cuba, providing an exclusive in-depth insight into the opportunities and the priorities for domestic and international investors and suppliers.

It will cover:

  • CEOG – the official licensing round event for Cuba
  • An update on existing exploration and production activities - onshore, shallow water, deep water, Gulf of Mexico
  • Positioning of the Caribbean as growing oil and gas hub
  • An overview of service and supply technologies that can make a difference to Cuba
  • Enhanced oil recovery on existing fields
  • Midstream and downstream projects
  • Cuba’s exclusive economic zone
  • An insight into the Helms-Burton Act and likely impact for business

You could also access the event brochure in the following link: https://www.cuba-energy.com/sites/default/files/3rd%20Cuba%20Energy%2C%20Oil%20and%20Gas%20Brochure.pdf

If you are interested to attend, please contact:

Paul Gilbert 

email: pgilbert@gep-events.com 

Fawaz Mourad 

email: fawazmourad@gmail.com