20 Oct, 2020

Iraq Petroleum

Virtual Event

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Building on the huge and continued success of Iraq Petroleum over the years, we are pleased to announce the 2020 edition taking place on 20-21 October as a Virtual Event. Iraq continues to be a key player in the global oil and gas market, holding the world’s fifth-largest proven oil reserves. Iraq’s most trusted and longest-running energy event is returning as a virtual event this year, marking the 60th anniversary of the establishment of OPEC in Baghdad created at the Baghdad Conference on September 10–14, 1960, by Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Venezuela and putting forward scenarios for Iraq’s continuous growth. The programme will cover all of the industry’s pertinent issues including the rise of alternative supply sources, profound crises and complex conflicts. The event will present a transformative approach on how Iraq could position itself at the forefront of economic progress and innovation in technology, investment and trading. The event brings together senior decision makers from major oil and gas companies, commercial companies, global organisations, representatives of Iraq’s oil and gas industry and academics. We are offering a unique, two-day program in addition to spotlights and policy updates directly from the US Energy Department. Join us virtually on 20 – 21 October to ensure your company is part of the discussions towards the flourishing of this important region in such significant moment.



HE Ihsan Abduljabbar Ismaael Al-Saade

Minister of Oil
Ministry of Oil, Federal Government of Iraq

HE Nafaa Abdulsada Ali Al-Hmidawi

Senior Deputy Minister
Ministry of Electricity, Federal Government of Iraq

Matthew M. Zais

PhD Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary
Office of International Affairs, US Department of Energy

Zaid Elyaseri

Head of Country
BP Iraq

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