The Energy Institute (EI) is pleased to welcome Andrew Austin, Chief Executive, IGas Energy, as Guest of Honour and speaker at the International Petroleum (IP) Week Lunch. This event will be held on Wednesday 11 February at the InterContinental Park Lane, London.
In his keynote address, Mr Austin will provide an insight into the future challenges facing the industry, particularly in relation to onshore operation of oil and gas fields.
Andrew is a founder of IGas. He has been an Executive Director since 2004 and the Chief Executive Officer for the last five years with responsibility for the day-to-day operations and business development of the company. Andrew is responsible for the transformation of IGas from a non-operating partner to delivering material hydrocarbon production to Britain’s energy market. Prior to joining IGas, he was involved in a number of ventures as principal, specialising in energy projects in the gas, electricity and renewable sectors.
The IP Week Lunch will follow a busy morning of conference sessions focusing on oil and gas developments in Russia and the CIS, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region.
Organised annually by the EI as a thought-leadership forum for the global oil and gas industry, IP Week provides participants with a robust platform to debate and share knowledge on current issues facing the sector.
Visit www.energyinst.org/ip-week to find out more