TOTALTEC Participates in World Energy Capital Assembly in London
December 3, 2019 – London, England – The 2019 World Energy Capital Assembly (WECA) is being held 2 – 3 December in London, with TOTALTEC Oilfield Services CEO Lars Mangal presenting and participating in a panel session highlighting emerging and high potential regions and companies, and how they are changing the way the industry operates.
The World Energy Capital Assembly, an anchor event on the industry calendar, brings together the oil & gas and finance & investment worlds and senior executives to discuss emerging and re-emerging energy investment opportunities, to review deals done and to chart E&P activity globally.
TOTALTEC CEO Lars Mangal addressing the conference
The 2 day event kicked off with an opening plenary titled ‘Taking the Pulse of the Industry in 2019 and Giving Insight to 2020 and Beyond’. Subsequent topics included the role of Environment, Social, and (corporate) Governance (ESG) in the future of the industry, insights into the technological innovations disrupting the future of the oil & gas industry (in particular digital), and a number on attitudes of the financial markets to investing in oil and gas,
The scale of discoveries in Guyana and pace of ramping up activity to first oil, expected in the next few weeks, made it clear the country would be of strong interest to the assembly.
Said Lars Mangal, CEO TOTALTEC, “Being asked to participate in this conference validates the work we are doing in Guyana through our partnerships and the International Petroleum & Maritime Academy (IPMA). There was considerable discussion on the environment, and the importance of the industry working to positively contribute to addressing climate change and other environmental concerns in the countries where it operates. Guyana is an ideal partner for operators to put these green objectives and plans into action.”
WECA includes 8 awards in various categories, with TOTALTEC nominated as a finalist for service company of the year. The three other finalists are three major oilfield service companies operating in Guyana; Schlumberger, TechnipFMC, and SBM Offshore.
Continued Mangal, “To be a finalist and considered within this group of four is an honor, and highlights the focus of the awards on companies at the forefront of the industry in regions having exploration and development success.”
Learn more about WECA 2019 here: https://oilandgascouncil.com/event-events/world-energy-capital-assembly/
TOTALTEC Oilfield Services is focused on the success of the oil industry in Guyana for the benefit the country, its people, and partner companies. It does this through three areas: people, partnerships, and facilities. Qualified and motivated Guyanese develop through the International Petroleum & Maritime Academy. Partnerships prioritize products and services that are starting points to grow from, creating new Guyanese led companies. Examples are Guyana Shore Base, Inc. providing support to offshore operations and Jaguar Oilfield Services offering a complete range of lifting equipment and inspection services. The 94% Guyanese TOTALTEC workforce includes 8 nationalities with over 160 years of international oilfield experience. https://www.totaltec-os.com