About the Conference

Spanning the entire oil and gas value chain, EGYPS 2022 Technical Conference has been created after a thorough two-stage review by the Technical Committee, comprising 89 oil and gas specialists.

The conference programme features 152 experts speaking at 40 sessions, covering the latest research findings, industry trends and challenges, new project developments, state of the art technologies, as well as industry best practices. The topics range from exploration, field development and drilling to project management, operational excellence and HSE, not forgetting refining and petrochemical developments, biofuels, gas processing, offshore and marine, people development, finance and digitalisation.

2020 and the start of the COVID pandemic, brought an unprecedented set of challenges to all industries globally.  In the energy industry, the risks and uncertainties experienced, coupled with decreased oil demand and a low price environment challenged and changed businesses and operations around the world.  As recovery continues, the EGYPS 2022 Technical Conference convenes the industry’s oil and gas professionals, providing the opportunity to learn how to stay technically relevant, digitally competitive and business resilient, fully embracing the new normal and the constantly evolving market landscape.

 

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CONFERENCE Agenda

16:20 - 17:50
Session 10:  Economic trends within oil and gas

Oil and Gas Economics, Concession Agreements and Project Finance (FIN)

CO-CHAIRS:
Abdelkader Elbadry, Head of Planning and Contracts Department, Petrobel
Nevine Hussein, Head of Planning, Kuwait Energy Egypt Company
  • Egypt energy hub capabilities to enrich IOCs' energy transition projects portfolio
    Mohamed Ibrahim Sabry Sayed Mohsen
    Mohamed Ibrahim Sabry Sayed Mohsen , Maintenance Manager , Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company (GUPCO), Egypt
  • What does Egypt need to consider to secure its LNG supplies to Europe?
    Mustafa Adel Amer
    Mustafa Adel Amer , Researcher in Energy Economics and Forecasting , Gas Exporting Countries' Forum (GECF), Qatar
  • The transformation from royalty and tax to hybrid agreements
    Amr Elsayed Hassan Khalafalah
    Amr Elsayed Hassan Khalafalah , Agreements Department Manager , Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC), Egypt
  • The effects of the pandemic on the execution of the international petroleum contracts
    Mohamed Mohamed Mohamed Gomaa
    Mohamed Mohamed Mohamed Gomaa , Judge at the Court of Appeal , Egyptian State Council, Egypt

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