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Libya Investment Forum

03:21:00

Jun 9, 2021 09:40 AM

Hosted by Petroleum Economist in association with LBBC and NOC
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Speakers

Mustafa A. Sanalla
Chairman @National Oil Corporation (NOC) Libya
Mustafa Sanalla was appointed Chairman of the Board of Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) in May 2014. Sanalla has played a central role in protecting NOC’s operations from the violent contest to govern the country. He has publicly challenged those attempting to blockade Libya’s oil ports and facilities and has led the campaign, successfully, to add those who hold Libya’s oil hostage to the United Nations Security Council Sanctions List Sanalla is a nationwide campaigner against smuggling and corruption, and an advocate for transparency and the fair distribution of national oil revenues. Despite these challenges and a lethal terrorist attack on NOC headquarters on 10 September 2018, NOC has increased production to over one million bpd, and in September recorded its highest production level since 2013. In February 2021, Sanalla was awarded the International Anticorruption Champion Award by the Biden Administration.
Slava Kiryushin
Partner – Global Head of Energy @DWF
Slava is a Partner and the Global Head of DWF's Energy Sector based in our Dubai office. He is a solicitor advocate who advises on dispute avoidance and resolution of energy, construction and infrastructure matters throughout the MENA region, with a particular specialism in EPC contracts related to oil and gas processing, refining and petrochemical infrastructure in the Middle East.
Usman Darr
VP Engineering & Consultancy Services @Petrofac
Usman Darr is VP Engineering & Consultancy Services (ECS) for Petrofac and is responsible for a global service line with personnel based in Woking (near London), Aberdeen, Australia and UAE. With 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, his career started with BG in London and he then moved on to work for Foster Wheeler, Mott MacDonald and Granherne. Usman started with Petrofac in 2001 as a Process Engineer and progressed to Senior Project Manager before taking up a series of senior corporate management roles in Petrofac over the past 12 years including Operations Director, Consultancy Director and Manager of Engineering. His Business Leadership experience combined with depth of technical knowledge, international project background and business development skills mean he fully understands the complex challenges of oil and gas developments and the services required to support both new and existing assets.