Although oil and gas exploitation began earlyin 1923, Morocco’s oil and gas reserves remainrelatively underexplored. But the country,geographically close to other important oil andgas producing countries, such as Algeria, Libya or Egypt,logically presents consistent oil-rich geological characteristics.During the past few years, the country’s geostrategic positionat the crossroads of Africa, Europe and the Middle East aswell as favorable free trade agreements and recent seismicdata studies have attested that Morocco has become the newinvestment hub for oil and gas. And the growing interest of oilcompanies in the region confirms that Morocco’s hydrocarbonassets and reserves have a lot of potential.
The Morocco Oil & Gas 2014 Summit, taking place on 7th-8th May 2014 in Marrakech, will present key issues, such asthe geological landscape onshore and offshore Morocco, theoil and gas strategy, the legal framework, the internationalopening approach and more. For the first time, a senior-levelSummit will be dedicated entirely to Morocco to highlight thecountry’s untapped potential and reinforce its image of anemerging hydrocarbon market.
The IRN Oil & Gas portfolio has established an excellentinternational reputation and we pride ourselves on deliveringthe most up-to-date information. Under the guidance of astrong advisory committee, composed by Governmentalofficials, senior level executives from international andnational oil companies along with experienced academics,the Morocco Oil & Gas 2014 Summit will address questions,upcoming projects, latest strategies and regulations ofa highly promising land. Moreover, our 5* setting willprovide the perfect platform to network with the executiverepresentatives, as well as top contractors and majorcompanies from the oil and gas industry.
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