Oil&Gas industry future scenarios: industrial chemistry to international relations
Tuesday, 26 April 2016, 6:00 p.m.
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore - ASERI
Via San Vittore 18, Milano
Andrea Davanzo, Operation Manager Hitachi
Vittorio Emanuele Parsi, Director of ASERI
O&G industry and his economic and social connections with oil producing countries life is somehow the current critical issue of the century, it's definitively easy to realize that it became the vital industry in human development, largely because of its strategic role in every economy, at large.
However despite political background noise, the distinctive features that characterized the industry arise from the nature of crude oil, its operations and commercial arrangements. Although the primary purpose of this lecture is to deal with the O&G industries impact on international relationship, it is considered that the appreciation of principles and practices of oil and gas industry is important for a better understanding of current scenario.
Andrea Davanzo (1968), Applied Chemistry studies, International Technical Committee Member. Operation Manager of Hitachi Industrial Engineering E.M.E.A. (Europe, Middle East & Africa) with 27 years' experience in O&G Engineering business both in midstream & downstream segment and privileged observer of Middle East developing dynamics in Gulf countries. In charge to develop innovative project management solutions to the great players of Middle East Oil business. Senior Consultant for the development of technology integrations in the petroleum, petrochemical and energy field. Currently Project Engineering Manager for Hitachi Ltd EPC13 Utilities Jazan Refinery Saudi Arabia for Aramco.
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