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The Kazakh Energy Industry Through 30 Years of Independence

The British-Kazakh Society is hosting an Oil, Gas, and Renewables Group webinar on the development of Kazakhstan's Energy industry through 30 years of the country's independence.

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The Kazakh Energy Industry Through 30 Years of Independence
The Kazakh Energy Industry Through 30 Years of Independence

Time & Location

16 Nov 2021, 11:00 – 12:00 GMT

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About the event

The British-Kazakh Society is hosting an Oil, Gas, and Renewables Group webinar on the development of Kazakhstan's Energy industry through 30 years of the country's independence. The session will focus on the development of the oil and gas industry to the benefit of both the country and all stakeholders and will continue by discussing 'just transition'.

Chairman: 

David Skeels - BKS, Director 

Moderator: 

Matt Sagers - Vice President, Oil and Gas and Head of the Russian and Caspian Energy Advisory Service at IHS Markit

Speakers: 

Richard Lewington - Former British Ambassador to KZ - 'A view on the sector/topic from the UK'

Baltabek Kuandykov - President of Meridian Petroleum, former President of KazakhCaspiShelf, former President of KazakhOil - 'Kashagan - a view from Kazakhstan’

Per Einer Rettedal - Former Chairman of the Operating Committee, OKIOC - ‘Kashagan - a view from the foreign investors’

John Morrow - Former General Director, Karachaganak (KPO) - ‘Karachaganak related subject’

Ainur Sospanova - Expert on Renewable Technologies - 'The Development of Renewables in Kazakhstan’ 

The discussion between the speakers will be followed by a live Q/A session where you will have an opportunity to communicate directly with the speakers.

There will also be available a simultaneous language interpretation to the Russian language.

Registration is necessary to attend the webinar, please register by pressing RSVP. Registration link will be provided a day before the webinar. Registration will close on the 15th November at 20:00.

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