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IRN is launching the inaugural Arctic Oil & Gas 2013 Summit

19 June 2013 , 00:00Neftegaz.RU843



The global summits organiser, IRN, is pleased to announce the launch of its inaugural Arctic Oil & Gas 2013 Summit that will take place on 18th-19th June, in Oslo, Norway.

The summit will create a platform that will facilitate discussions amongst the major key players of the Arctic circle all the way through Russia, Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland, bringing together senior level representatives from the international oil companies that are already involved and those that are looking to invest in the future developments.

Each one of the countries in the Arctic Circle presents different investment opportunities, with some advantages like vast natural reserves or reliable governments and disadvantages like uncertain environment or extreme weather conditions. This summit aims to illustrate the ways to get involved in the upcoming developments providing all the necessary information through an exquisite expert faculty and to give delegates the chance to network and for key partnerships through senior level delegation.
The head of LNG supply of French company Total, Guy Broggi, the director of the Offshore Oil & Gas deposits centre in Gazprom, Marat Mansurov and the adviser on maritime technology in Norwegian firm Statoil, Ove T Gudmestad will be amongst the experts that will elaborate on the developments of the region.

For more information and registrations contact IRN by phone: +44 (0) 20 7111 1615 or by email:  For regular updates follow IRN Oil and Gas on Twitter, @IRN_OilandGas and join the LinkedIn Group ‘The Oil & Gas Network’.

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