Paris International Oil Summit 2013 Agenda

Press Release
Wednesday, March 13, 2013

The 14th International conference will be attended by corporate Chairmen, CEOs and Presidents from leading oil companies.

Some of the questions up for discussion on a wide range of subjects of concern to the industry concern the offshore energy sector: What are the big future markets for service companies? FPSO, pre-salt, shale oil…? What research will need to be carried out? This session will be moderated by Mr Jean-Pierre Favennec*, Professor, IFP School, with the following contributors:

•    CGG, Mr Jean-Georges Malcor*, General Manager
•    SAIPEM, Mr Hugh O’Donnell*, Deputy CEO – Executive Director
•    TECHNIP, Mr Thierry Pilenko, President & CEO,
•    SCHLUMBERGER, Ms Catherine MacGregor, President of Schlumberger Wireline

The one-day conference will be held on April 4, 2013, at the 
Le Méridien Etoile Hotel,
81 Bd Gouvion St-Cyr
75017 Paris, France.
 

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