What is the NOC Assembly?
The Oil and Gas Council National Oil Assembly forum offered a unique platform for national and international oil companies and their partners to engage with their peers from around the world and discuss the key energy issues of the day. Supported by key representatives from national champions Saudi Aramco, ADNOC, NNPC as well as the world’s biggest investor Blackrock, it provided the only international gathering solely focused on national oil companies and SOEs.
2019 Success Stories:
“NOC gives an understanding of how other NOCs operate, their challenges and how to leverage on other NOCs knowledge / experiences” Solomon Okusiriki, Accountant, Foreign banking operations, NNPC
“Excellent topics, very insightful, right participants for further collaboration” Roztini Hawari, General Manager – Management and Governance, Petronas
“NOC assembly is a great platform for C level engagement and networking with top strategic insight into NOC challenges on a vertical level” Karl Farrow, Commercial Director, GA Drilling
“Extremely informative presentations and discussions on issues facing NOCs – Energy Transition, International Expansion Challenges and how they are dealing with them” Jean-Claude Boubee, MD, Berkeley Energy Ventures
The 2019 assembly covered topics allowing attendees to:
- Maximise margins, maximise profits: Find out how to optimize CAPEX/OPEX decision making in light of external disruptions
- From maintaining volumes to securing markets: Using tech to maximise reserve recovery and expand focus into petrochemicals and carbon capture & build a strong portfolio of international investments
- Remain competitive in a changing landscape: Understand the implications of the evolution of the energy mix on your organisation
- Access the capital markets: Explore alternative means of funding capital requirements
- Promote employee buy in & generate excitement amongst managers about strategic change
What else do I need to know about the National Oil Companies Assembly?
The NOC Assembly is run under the Chatham House Rule and is not an exhibition. The size of the show, coupled with the freedom of speakers to share, uninhibited by the media, allows for real access to senior NOC leaders and real conversation through interactive panel discussions.
As a NOC attendee you will also benefit from our Council Connect service which enables you to have pre-scheduled 1-2-1 meetings throughout the day. You can find out more here.
The National Oil Companies Assembly will be returning to London 2 December 2020, if you would like to find out more or how you could get involved please contact Matt Maginnis, Portfolio Director or one of the team members below.
Read the latest featured article about the current landscape and National oil Companies here:
Head of Division, Energy Supply and Investment Outlooks, World Energy Outlook, IEA (International Energy Agency)
Fellow, Energy, Environment & Resources, Royal Institute of International Affairs (London)
NOC 2019 - 4 December
08:50 Opening Remarks
Amy Miller, Group Managing Director, Energy Council
09:00 Analysing the Impact Of Key Industry Trends & External Disruptions: How Can NOCs Remain Competitive In A Changing Landscape?
09:45 Strengthening Governance and Transparency for National Oil Companies
10:15 Morning Networking Break
Contact us directly to tailor your 1-2-1 experience. Custom built meeting schedules will be shared with you prior to the show to enable you to make the best use of your time in London.
11:15 The New NOC Reality: Diversification; Where Should NOCs Be Playing In The Emerging Energy Ecosystem And How Can They Play To Win?
12:15 Championing Culture Change: Executing A Solid Change Strategy In Order To Hit Targets, Modernise Your Organisation And Attract The Right Talent
12:45 Networking Lunch
13:30 Cooperation, joint Ventures And Strong Partnerships: The Evolving Relationships Between IOCs & NOCs As Well As Between NOCs themselves
13:45 ADNOC Case Study: Exploring Alternative Means Of Funding Capital Requirements & Project Financing
14:30 NOCs And International Exploration – Strategies And Performance
14:45 Afternoon Networking Break
15:15 Leveraging National Oil Companies Strengths To Enter The Wind Power Markets
15:30 Determining The Significance Of The Energy Transition On The National Oil Company Of The Future
16:15 Investing In Technology To Maximise Reserve Recovery, Optimize Production And Unlock Value In Oil, Gas And Renewables
16:45 Partnership Technology Spotlight
17:00 Closing Remarks and Close of Conference
For more information on the 2019 discussions and speaking opportunities, contact Amy Miller
Manager, Competitive Intelligence Department, Economics & Competitive Intelligence, ADNOC
2019 Attending Companies
Content: The Current Landscape and National Oil Companies. Winners and Losers
“Thanks for connecting and congratulations for the success of our last week assembly in Amsterdam. I really appreciated the high quality of the discussions, probably the absence of the press encouraged that, the excellence of the organization of the conference and the efficiency of your colleagues”
“My special thanks and congratulations on the organisation and wide diversity of speakers, participants and topics discussed.”
“You and your colleagues have put on a great “show” and arranged excellent opportunities for us. We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay and the meetings. SPLENDID!”
“I really loved the event, the subjects chosen and the panel members”
“Thanks for all the materials. The conference was excellent, thanks for the good organization!”
“Thank you very much for the meeting. It was an excellent opportunity to understand the way forward for NOCs and meet relevant people”