Senior Security Experts to discuss pressing concerns for the Oil and Gas Industry

Senior Security experts will gather at the International Oil & Gas Security Event 2016 on 11-12 May in London to discuss pressing concerns for the oil and gas security industry.

The global energy demand is expected to rise by 50% over the next 25 years and so are expected the exploration and production activities, but this rise is threatened by security concerns, especially in certain areas where operating has become a major risk for oil and gas companies.

As instability grows, critical infrastructures become soft targets for criminals and terrorists and defenceless to new threats such as cyber-attacks. Establishing and maintaining an effective security plan has become crucial for oil and gas companies to protect their employees and assets.

The International Oil & Gas Security Event 2016, taking place on the 11th and 12th May 2016 in London, United Kingdom, will cover a range of issues including: new regulation for the security sector, environmental impact of terrorist attacks, security planning for the post-conflict environment, cyber security, travel security, Crisis Management, HSE and many more.

Speakers include senior representatives from: Maersk Oil, BP NOV – National Oilwell Varco, and Pluspetrol Colombia Corporation, Tenaris Global Services, Nepal Oil And Gas Services, Petroleb Lebanon, Trans Adriatic, Pipeline AG Italy, Qatar Petroleum, Kuwait Oil Company (KOC), Vivo Energy, Nigeria LNG Limited.

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