Monday, 9 December 2013

ROSNEFT to Co-Host the 4th Annual Meeting of the Oil & Gas Industry Leaders


09.12.2013, ROSNEFT has officially announced co-hosting of the Russia and CIS Oil & Gas Executive Summit 2014. Being one of the leading oil companies in Russia, ROSNEFT has continuously supported and participated at the Summit - the event that has quickly established itself as the Annual Meeting of the Oil & Gas Industry Leaders gathering to discuss their strategies and visions for the future of this challenging market.

“We are very proud to have the official support of ROSNEFT for this edition of the Summit and we would like to use this opportunity to express our appreciation of their trust and continuous support of our conferences”- says Rumyana Dimova, General Manager Russia &; CIS at Euro Petroleum Consultants – the company organiser of the Executive Summit.

The event has registered significant growth last year and is expecting a record number of high level participants in 2014, with over 100 delegates registered immediately after announcing the conference programme, which includes presentations by the CEOs, Presidents, Chairmen of the Boards and General Directors of some of the most respected Oil & Gas companies in Russia, CIS and the world.

ROSNEFT will participate at the Russia and CIS Executive Summit with two presentations and a large delegation of top level management representatives, some of which will also take part at the panel discussions held during the event.

As usual the Executive Summit will provide outstanding networking opportunities including extended coffee and lunch breaks, welcome cocktail and a Gala Evening, both in exquisite settings as well as a dedicated Social Activities Day on the Saturday following the plenary sessions.

For more information about the event, please visit: https://www.europetro.com/en/summit_2014 

2 comments:

  1. The ethanol situation is a moving target that bears watching says Shawn Bartholomae, CEO of Prodigy Oil and Gas Company in Irving, Texas. The financial impact on US citizens has not all been good, with the price of corn dramatically driving up the cost of beef, cereals, etc. The battle goes on as engine manufacturers say damage will be done to cars at higher level of ethanol mixed in with gasoline. Now it is even beginning to be a State vs. Federal legal battle. Where will it all end?

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  2. Prodigy oil and gas is watching developments of reserves in and across the borders of these United States

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