The Oil & Gas Year Oman 2018
As oil prices stabilise at more favourable levels for the industry, Oman is quickly forging ahead with the launch of several energy infrastructure developments, from upstream to downstream, including the Khazzan tight gas project and Duqm Refinery. In The Oil & Gas Year Oman 2018, leading executives and policymakers share their perspectives on the reactivation of the industry, the impact and implications of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the role of local companies in continued efforts to expand into value-added products and services and the organisational restructuring of a number of the industry’s flagship entities.
Comments from participants in The Oil & Gas Year Oman 2018 Strategic Roundtable are also featured in this edition. The event convened top leaders to discuss the most pressing challenges to the industry in light of recovering oil prices and the impact of automation and digitalisation of oil and gas operations.
As the country embarks on initiatives to further strengthen its energy infrastructure and attract more investment from national and foreign sources, The Oil & Gas Year Oman 2018 offers unparalleled analysis of principal trends in the Omani industry.
Key insiders interviewed for The Oil & Gas Year Oman 2018 include H.E. Salim bin Nasser Al Aufi, undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil and Gas; Raoul Restucci, managing director of Petroleum Development Oman; Ali Al Riyami, director-general of oil and gas marketing at the Ministry of Oil and Gas; Yousuf Al Ojaili, president of BP Oman; Stephen Kelly, president and general manager of Occidental of Oman; Ray Richardson, country manager of Petrofac; Ahmed Saleh Al Jahdhami, CEO of Orpic; andYaqoob Al Kiyumi, CEO of Oman Water and Procurement Company, among others.