As part of a greater engagement to understand the challenges the energy market is facing, Lloyd’s Register Energy is launching a series of executive engagements around the globe to help facilitate industry discussion on key challenges the energy sector is facing.
Launched at Adipec 2014 in Abu Dhabi, the largest oil and gas gathering in the Middle East, the network briefings focused on connecting with institutions and companies in the global energy space that together, can help find solutions to tomorrow’s business challenges.
“This week we have seen the debate at Adipec focus on how the industry needs to continue to address the challenge of driving Enhanced Oil Recovery with aspirations of moving from 40 to 70% on recoverable reserves,” said John Wishart, president of Lloyd’s Register Energy.
“What we are seeing from the briefings is that there is a real appetite for executives to learn from adjacent industries—and taking these learnings to help to advance the efficiency of the industry,” he continued.
The Lloyd’s Register Energy ‘Global Executive Briefing Network’ aims to provide an exclusive opportunity to build relationships with peers across the industry through structured strategic discussions.
“Our briefings bring together business leaders from across the world to debate and challenge some of the major demand, supply and technology challenges which the energy sector is facing,” Peter Richards, VP of marketing and communications. “Due to the global nature of the sector, our aim is to facilitate the debate in key energy centers around the world.”
The company works closely with the industry’s institutions to help them respond to regulatory demands and improve their processes and performance controls in this area. Its experts also engage with broader industry forums, in developing guidance to support the assurance opinions provided to its clients and the regulators over safety, integrity and managing operational risk in the oil and gas industry.
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