Threats to IOCs operating in several high risk regions to be analysed at the world- renowned security forum, the 2nd Annual Oil and Gas Security Summit


London, UK (PRWEB UK) 6 June 2013

Global Summit Organiser, IRN, is hosting the 2nd Annual Oil & Gas Security Summit next week in the Hilton Double Tree London Hotel. The Summit will discuss pressing issues on security threats that the oil and gas industry faces, especially while operating onshore and offshore in high-risk regions. The senior level speaking faculty will address how to best protect personnel, assets and infrastructure, giving advice on strategies and examples from case studies on recent incidents in countries including Algeria, Columbia, Nigeria and Somalia.

Representatives from the United Nations, NATO, the European Commission, the House of Commons, the CPNI (M15), the Centre for Security Studies, Qatar Petroleum, Nexen Petroleum, BG Tunisia and other key experts will provide exclusive insights on the security issues that the global oil and gas industry is prioritising. The audience will consist of senior security executives and experts from international oil companies including Shell, BP, Statoil, Total, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil, GDF Suez, OMV, Repsol, Rosneft, NCOC, Husky, Baker Hughes, Bankers Petroleum Ltd., Genel Energy, Sonangol along with service provider companies like G4S, RPS Energy, CGG, Petrofac and many others.

The 2nd Annual Oil & Gas Security 2013 Summit will take place on 12th-13th June and will be sponsored by the leading security companies G4S, Track 24, Maritime Risk Solutions, GB Hawk, FAF Development, GNI, AR&T Ltd., Neahoo and Restrata Olive Group.

Monday 10th June 2013 will be the last day for registrations. More information can be found on the website

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