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Tuesday, 19 Feb 2019

Hyperion Systems Engineering Sponsored the EIC Connect Oil & Gas 2012

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EIC Connect Oil & Gas 2012 was a resounding success with a record number of 930 people, 75 exhibitors and 50 speakers from 12 countries participating in the Energy Industries Council's (EIC) flagship exhibition and supply chain event.  Taking place at Manchester Central, delegates from global energy supply chain companies were presented with a high-value programme of conference sessions, supply chain briefings and one-to-one supplier-buyer meetings with representatives from major contractors and operators.

The event opened with a Plenary Session highlighting the importance of Local Content strategies, delivered by Paul Massih, Vice President of Contracting and Procurement at Shell. Commenting on the event, he said: “As a global energy company, this is one of the few events – if not the only event – where Shell can speak to contractors and suppliers, communities and government, across the value chain of the energy business; where we get to share ideas, understand emerging issues and challenges, and together find a way forward. “Bringing the community of operators, contractors and suppliers together to work on specific solutions for specific areas in the energy value chain is tremendously important, given the speed of which we are executing projects today, and the costs of the massive projects we are doing,” he added

For the first time in its ten-year history, the event saw the introduction of an expert two-day conference featuring speakers from oil and gas companies who operate at the frontline of the global energy industry. Over the two days, panelists from world-class operators such as Petrobras, Shell and Woodside sat alongside leading contractors such as Aker Solutions and Halliburton to offer invaluable insight on the topics: ‘What’s left in the North Sea?’; ‘Unconventional gases – an energy revolution’; ‘LNG Australia – future investments and opportunities’; and ‘Ultra deepwater – understanding the challenges’.

Our company was represented by Executive VPs, Dean R. Jones and Stavros G. Spanos, who attended the event and had the opportunity to meet several industry executives and brief them on Hyperion Systems Engineering, its activities, specifically in view of the recent Hydrocarbon (natural gas) discoveries off-shore Cyprus and the positioning Hyperion intends to take in the emerging regional exploration and production industry.

The conference complemented a busy programme of supply chain briefings delivered by major oil and gas companies such as Centrica, Petrobras, ConocoPhillips and Statoil, who gave the inside track on their latest global oil and gas projects and outlined supply chain contracting strategies.


Photos from the event