Tips on how to Identify the right #EOR and #HeavyOil project partners
We asked Alaa A Alasady | Executive Director | EFCODB the following question:
NOC-IOC-OSC relations – How should companies identify the right potential partners; what should they look for in a partner to help guarantee success?
Focusing on operations in Iraq – the Iraqi NOCs have many problems compared to the IOCs and other NOCs in different regions because of a growing gap over the last 30 years.
Iraqi NOCs face some difficulty in the convergence of views with partners with regard to delayed contracts for licensing rounds. Only 16% of total contracts issued have been approved in the last 3 years. NOCs and IOCs must meet to discuss future projects and set goals which all parties are in accordance with.
To read more advice from top industry experts on how to Identify the right EOR and heavy oil project partners and how to select the right extraction technique for the reservoir, download our eBook, containing more tips from:
- Alex Turta|Project Leader EOR; Light, Heavy & Extra-Heavy Oils | Alberta Innovates Technology Futures
- Arnaud Breuillac | Senior Vice President Exploration Middle East | TOTAL
- Hussain Ahmed | Team Leader for Petroleum Technology Programmes | University of Teeside
If you want to learn more about opportunities for developing heavy oil production in Iraq from Alaa A Alasady, he will be taking part in the panel session: Heavy oil – The future of Iraqi oil production at the EOR & Heavy Oil World MENA conference.
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Alaa A Alasady cureent posstion is Executive Director of Eternal Fire Center for Oil Development & Buildup (EFCODB) & the manager of Iraqi oil exporting office in Ceyhan-Turkey. He has a degree in oil &Gas Exploration &Production from Institute Superior De la Energia (Madrid-SPAIN) 2008/2009