MOGC features lineup of industry leading speakers

MOGC is dedicated to the midstream environment: pipelines and all that is related to pipeline issues, from construction and installation, to maintenance and inspection, and oil and gas transportation strategies and methodology, especially marine logistics.

The event will provide delegates with a platform for the transfer and exchange of the most innovative practices and business approaches between key players of the market, together with new technical solutions and cases presented by experienced engineering companies and service providers.

So far, the MOGC’s speaking line-up features more than 35 representatives with a range of roles within the industry, including CEOs, managing directors, project managers, business development and sales directors, senior engineers, teaching and research associates, and government advisors.

Speakers include Baker Hughes, a GE Company, Vice President Pipelines and Gas Processing Robert Perez, Nord Stream 2 Head of Permitting Simon Bonell,  Baltic Connector Oy President and CEO Herrko Plit and TANAP Doğalgaz İletim A.Ş. CEO H. Saltuk Düzyo.

The event’s two-day business program features ten sessions, covering topics such as oil and natural gas pipeline transportation, pipeline inspection, and pipeline planning and construction.

MOGC is carefully planned in a closed-door format, with a limited number of participants, to ensure that delegates consist of decision makers who contribute to a valuable networking space.

Delegates will have the opportunity to listen to leading midstream companies’ specialist reports and engage in discussion afterwards; breaks during the congress also give delegates the change to make new contacts and share their experiences with other participants.

For more information visit the MOGC website.

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