Re-think, Re-strategize and Re-boot: The Middle East energy markets in transition

HH Sheikh AhmedHeld under the Patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council for Energy, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, and Chairman & Chief Executive, Emirates Group

The 30th Annual Middle East Petroleum & Gas conference (MPGC) will be brought to you by S&P Global Commodity Insights, along with the host, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) on 22-23 May 2023 in Dubai, UAE.

MPGC remains the region’s longest annual oil and gas industry gathering, will once again deliver a high-level and power packed programme that comprises Ministerial and Keynote Addresses, incisive discussion panels with industry visionaries and leaders, audience polls and networking opportunities.

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As the global oil markets deal with the challenges of energy transition and the transformed business landscape. MPGC 2023 discussion will centre around the theme “Re-think, Re-strategize and Re-boot: The Middle East energy markets in transition.”

MPGC 2023 Theme Highlights
  • •Ministerial addresses
  • •Keynote/special addresses
  • •MPGC 2023 crystal ball
  • •The MPGC all-star analysts
  • •Energy security: impact on crude oil trading & pricing
  • •Refining outlook: what's the role for Middle Eastern refiners?
  • •Outlook for LNG trade flows and decarbonization
  • •Carbon Emissions Trading in the marketplace

May 22, 2023 - MPGC day one draft agenda

Official Opening & Ministerial Addresses

  • 8:00 Registration and welcome refreshments
  • 9:00 Opening Remarks by Conference Co-Chairmen
    H. E. Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group Chief Executive Officer, Emirates National Oil Company LLC (ENOC)
    Dave Ernsberger, Head of Market Reporting & Trading Solutions, S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • 9:15 Official Opening
    His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council for Energy, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, and Chairman & Chief Executive, Emirates Group
  • 9:30 Ministerial Address
  • 9:45 OPEC Address
    H.E. Haitham Al Ghais, Secretary-General, OPEC
  • 10:00 MPGC 2023 Crystal Ball 
    Dr Fereidun Fesharaki, Chairman, FGE
  • 10:30 Networking refreshment break
Session 1: MPGC Trading Keynotes in the energy transition

  • 11:00 Reshaping the oil and gas trading markets
    Moderated by: Dr Fereidun Fesharaki, Chairman, FGE
    Mike Muller,
    President, Vitol Asia
    Gary King,
    President, ICE Futures Abu Dhabi (IFAD)
    Shrikant Madhav Vaidya, Chairman, Indian Oil Corporation
  • 12:30 Networking lunch
Session 2: MPGC “All-Star” Analysts – Oil & Gas markets at a pivot point in history

  • 1:30 Oil and gas flows are directed by sanctions and energy security. What does this mean for investments, supply, demand and prices ahead?
    Moderated by: Dave Ernsberger, Head of Market Reporting & Trading Solutions, S&P Global Commodity Insights   
    Dr. Edward L. Morse,
    Global Head of Commodities Research, Citigroup 
    Jim Burkhard,
    Vice President & Head of Research for Oil Markets, Energy & Mobility, S&P Global Commodity Insights
Session 3: Energy Security – Impact of crude oil trading & pricing

  • 2:30 Geopolitical tumult impacting oil & gas trade flows, energy security and action on emission
    Kieran Gallagher, Managing Director, Vitol Bahrain
  • 3:30 Networking refreshment break
Session 4: Return of the Dragon

  • 4:00 How China is positioned in the oil & gas markets in 2023 and beyond: demand recovery, financing, and carbon transition
  • 5:00 End of conference day one, followed by Networking Drinks Reception
  • 7:30 Conference dinner, hosted by ENOC
May 23, 2023 - MPGC day two draft agenda
  • 8:30 Networking breakfast
  • 9:20 Co-Chair’s welcome & recap of day one
    Dave Ernsberger, Head of Market Reporting & Trading Solutions, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Session 5: Outlook for LNG Trading Flows

      • 9:30 New developments in the global LNG markets and what role the East Mediterranean can play as a supply source of LNG
        Moderated by: John Roper, CEO Middle East, Uniper Global Commodities SE
        Patrick Dugas, Vice President LNG Trading, TotalEnergies Gas & Power Limited
Session 6: Role of LNG in the Energy Transition

      • 10:30 Balancing the need for long-term sustainability. How can LNG support the energy transition?
        Moderated by: Michael Stoppard, Global Gas Strategy Lead & Special Advisor, S&P Global Commodity Insights
        Sam White, VP Commercial Structuring, Cheniere

Session 7: Refining Outlook – What for Middle Eastern Refiners?

      • 11:30 Networking & refreshment break
      • 12:00 What Role will Middle Eastern refiners play in meeting emerging market fuel demand and sating the continued strong growth in petrochemicals?
        Moderated by: Daniel Evans, Global Head, Fuels, Refining Research & Insight, S&P Global Commodity Insights
        Ben Owens,
        VP & Chief Strategy Officer, Honeywell UOP
        Andrew Laven,
        Chief Commercial Officer, Saudi Industrial Export Company (Sadirat)
      • 1:00 Networking lunch
Session 8: Carbon Emission Trading in the Marketplace

    • 2:30 Uncertainty and complexity of carbon markets: What this mean for corporates?
      Moderated by: Michael Curran, Head of Emissions Trading, Vitol
    • 3:30 Co-Chair’s closing remarksDave Ernsberger, Head of Market Reporting & Trading Solutions, S&P Global Commodity Insights

We are currently developing a new and exciting agenda for 2023. If you'd like to be involved reach out to Fatma Tong [email protected].

Training courses at MPGC 2023
We're offering two seperate bookable full day training courses on Refineries of the Future and Oil Markets in the age of Energy Transition Wednesday, May 24. We'll take a deep dive into both how the energy transition will impact refining – and the role petrochemicals must play, and also an overview of oil and the forces shaping the oil and energy markets as the energy transition moves ahead.

MPGC in numbers

Bringing together global market leaders to leverage on high level dialogue, knowledge sharing, networking opportunities and business development potential, MPGC attracts over 300 attendees from over 50 countries globally.

Conference Co-Chairs

Saif Al Falasi_NEW.jpgH. E. Saif Humaid Al Falasi,
Group Chief Executive Officer, Emirates National Oil Company Limited (ENOC) LLC

Biography coming soon.

dave-ernsberger_100.jpgDave Ernsberger,
Head of Market Reporting & Trading Solutions, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Dave Ernsberger is Head of Market Reporting and Trading Solutions at S&P Global Commodity Insights. Based in London, he is responsible for managing Platts commodity price benchmarks worldwide, including market reporting, news coverage and exchange relationships, from well-established markets like oil and gas through to emerging market environments like new Energy Transition commodities and recycled materials.

Dave has served in a variety of roles at Platts, including Head of Oil Content; Editorial Director for Asia (based in Singapore), and Houston Bureau Chief. He joined Platts in 1996 as a metals reporter in London, and launched coverage of Europe’s then-deregulating gas and electricity markets in 1999.

MPGC 2023 Advisory Committee members:

Hesham Ali Mustafa.pngHesham Ali Mustafa,
Managing Director-Shared Services Centre, Group HR and NBD, Emirates National Oil Company Limited (ENOC) LLC

Mr. Mustafa is a Civil Engineer with over 25 years’ experience in the energy sector having served at different levels of leadership in varied functions spanning business operations, corporate strategy, project management, plant operations, EHS, marketing & sales, international business development, as well as finance and investments.

His role is to ensure satisfaction of business partners through sustained continuous improvement measures whilst directing ENOC’s core support and governance functions encompassing HR, IT, Group Communications, Procurement, Engineering & Projects, Quality & Business Excellence, Corporate Real Estate and New Business Development, to benefit the bottom line.

He runs ENOC Group’s core multi-functional segment through strategic management and operational development – delivering significant value to the Group and its internal customers through effective governance, service excellence and cost control measures while also spearheading the Group’s New Business Development function. Mustafa is in-charge of ENOC’s SAP Program intended to improve efficiency, business processes & integration, build world-class competencies, and deliver operational excellence and profitable growth.

Mustafa is also spearheading ENOC’s Digital Transformation strategy which will produce digital ventures to support ENOC’s vision to add sustainable values to its customers and stakeholders. Enhancing growth through implementation of innovative business development initiatives and process improvement ideas, while setting a culture of excellence is his forte.

Fereidun Fesharaki.jpgDr. Fereidun Fesharaki,
Chairman, FGE

Dr. Fereidun Fesharaki is the Founder and Chairman of FGE. His work is well- recognized worldwide for pioneering oil and gas market analysis and studies of the Asia Pacific/Middle East energy markets since the early 1980s. He was elected a member of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York and the International Advisory Board of ENEOS Holdings. He was the 1993 President of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE). In 1995, he was elected a Senior Fellow of the US Association for Energy Economics for distinguished services in the field of energy economics. He received the Outstanding Contributions to the IAEE Award in 2012.

Dr. Fesharaki is the recipient of the 2016 Adelman-Frankel Award from the US Association for Energy Economics (USAEE) for his unique and innovative contribution to the field of energy economics. He has been appointed to the National Petroleum Council beginning in 2008 and most recently re-appointed by the US Secretary of Energy, Dan Brouillette in April 2020.

dave-ernsberger_100.jpgHafedh Al Qassab,
BMP Project Director & Acting Deputy Chief Executive, The Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco)

Hafedh has over 26 years of experience in the downstream oil and gas business. He holds a Masters in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London, and is a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (FIChemE). He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng) and also a Member of the Institute of Leadership and Management (MInstLM) UK. He has also been decorated with the Order of Bahrain (Third Class) for services to the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Hafedh Al-Qassab is currently the acting Deputy Chief Executive (DCE) and also Project Director for the Bapco Modernization Program (BMP), Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), Kingdom of Bahrain. As acting DCE, which he assumed in April 2021, he reports into the Chairman and Chief Executive of Bapco, and the position is responsible for all technical and operational aspects of the Bapco Refinery, including the functions of Refining, Maintenance, and Engineering. In addition, the DCE is responsible for the Operational Excellence management system of the organization, as well as the Enterprise Risk Management and Business Continuity Planning functions. The DCE ensures governance in line with corporate policies and management objectives to ensure the safe, trouble free, profitable, cost effective and efficient operation of the Bapco Refinery, in order to maximise gross margin and to ensure that strategic plans of the organization are met. He is also leading the BMP Integrated Project Management Team (IPMT) which is responsible for managing the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the major multi billion dollar expansion and upgrade of the existing Bapco Refinery. The BMP involves integrating a new ebulated bed resid hydrocracker, hydroprocessing units, crude/vacuum unit, hydrogen plants, sulphur recovery facilities, offsites and utilities, into the existing facility. He assumed this position in November 2018. He is a member of the Executive Management team and the Strategic Planning Council at Bapco, chairs the Environment Health and Safety Committees (EHSC) for the Company and BMP, chairs the Crisis Management Team (CMT) for Bapco, and is also a Board Member of the Bahrain Gasoline Blending (BGB) JV between Bapco, nogaholding and Greenergy UK.

John Roper.JPGJohn Roper,
CEO Middle East,  Uniper Global Commodities SE

Biography coming soon.

Renu Sharma,
GM Middle East JV’s and Aviation & Country Chair – UAE, Chevron

Renu Sharma is responsible for the International Products joint ventures and aviation business in the Middle East. She has 27 years of experience in a variety of roles of increasing responsibilities in Chevron.

Renu joined Texaco in 1996 in Chevron’s Fuel and Marine business and was responsible for all aspects of Chevron’s Fuel Oil business in the Middle East including cargo trading, price risk management and storage agreements. Over the course of her career, she steadily progressed through a series of downstream roles ranging from Marine Fuels, Supply and Trading, and managing the defense fuel and storage requirements globally outside the US. Between 2011 and 2017, Renu was based in Singapore, Chevron’s headquarters for the Downstream & Chemicals business operations in Asia Pacific. While in Singapore, Renu held the roles of Advisor to the President of International Products and General Manager of Special Projects and Joint Venture Board governance.

In her 27-year career with Chevron, Renu has led and participated in several projects of complex nature in the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions, including the listing of Chevron’s non-operated joint venture refinery in Thailand, Star Petroleum Refining Public Company Limited. She has also been sponsoring, participating, and leading employee engagement networks. In 2019, Renu was recognized as the first female country chair in Chevron in the middle east. In 2022, Renu was honored as one of Middle East’s most inspirational women in leadership.

Renu graduated from the University of Mumbai with a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) in 1988. In 2005, she completed her executive education program specializing in Strategic Management from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

Lyn Tattum.jpgLyn Tattum,
VP & Head of Events, Training & Media, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Lyn Tattum is Vice President, Head of Events, Training, and Media, at S&P Global Commodity Insights and Publisher of Chemical Week. Lyn’s early career was as a journalist, publisher, writer, and interviewer in the global chemical Industry. She is well known within the international chemical and plastics industry, interviewing CEOs, chairing conferences and roundtables, and regularly attending global industry events, where she has pioneered discussions on Sustainability, ESG and Diversity.

Lyn recently launched The Chemical Leadership Circle to connect industry CEOs worldwide with critical information, providing an opportunity to network, raise awareness of key issues, and exchange ideas at a time of critical global change in economy, politics, society and business.

dave-ernsberger_100.jpgShaikh Ebrahim bin Khalid AlKhalifa,
Manager Corporate Strategy & Business Development, The Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco)

Shaikh Ebrahim, as the Head of Business Development within the Marketing Division at Bapco is responsible for developing strategies to maximize the company’s overall profitability through diversification and innovation. In addition, he is mandated to explore and develop new business areas for Bapco.

Prior to joining Bapco, he worked within the Higher Education Sector for nineteen years in the areas of Strategy, Innovation, Administration and Finance. He has attended several executive courses in Strategic Management and Innovation at Harvard University and MIT. He is currently a PhD Candidate at the University of Cambridge. His dissertation is about innovating within the oil and gas industry. He also holds an MBA with distinction from DePaul University Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, and a BSBA from Suffolk University Sawyer Business School.

Confirmed speakers:

HH Sheikh Ahmed.jpgHis Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum,
Chairman of the Dubai Supreme Council for Energy, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, and Chairman & Chief Executive, Emirates Group

Biography coming soon.

OPEC SG HE Haitham Al Ghais_Portrait_Hi-Res_rdax_250x167s.jpgH.E. Haitham Al Ghais,
Secretary General, OPEC

His Excellency Haitham Al Ghais began his tenure as Secretary General of OPEC on 1 August 2022. With 30 years of experience in the global oil and gas markets, HE Mr. Al Ghais managed international and regional teams worldwide: in Kuwait, Beijing and London. HE Mr. Al Ghais joined the Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) in 1993, in the International Marketing Sector, and has since held multiple managerial functions, including Crude Oil Marketing Representative; International Marketing Sector; Head of KPC’s Regional Office in Beijing, China; Manager of KPC’s European Regional Office based in London, UK; Market Research Manager, Kuwait; and in 2021, HE Mr. Al Ghais was appointed as KPC’s Deputy Managing Director for International Marketing, responsible for overseeing the development of the market outlook for KPC’s international marketing plans and participating in the drawing up of KPC and strategic long-term plans. Throughout his career, HE Mr. Al Ghais has represented Kuwait in multiple governing bodies of renowned international institutions.

Mike Muller.jpgMike Muller,
President, Vitol Asia

Mike Muller is President of Vitol Asia and a board member of Vitol. Mike has over 30 years’ experience in the energy sector and has been in his present role for two years. He joined Vitol in 2018 from Shell where he held a number of trading and management roles across Australia, Singapore and the UK where from 2013 onwards he ran Shell’s global crude oil trading, shipping and supply business. Mike is currently a Director of Viva Energy Australia Pte Ltd., (formerly Shell Downstream Australia), of Boustead Petroleum Marketing Sdn. Bhd. (formerly BP Malaysia), and of Arq.

Gary King.jpgGary King,
President, ICE Futures Abu Dhabi

Gary King is President of ICE Futures Abu Dhabi (IFAD) and joined ICE in December 2022. King has more than 30 years of experience in the commodities markets including as the former CEO of the Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME) where he was responsible for launching the exchange and the Oman crude oil contract in 2005. King has held several senior roles in the United Arab Emirates, including senior executive roles within the Government of Dubai, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) and DP World. He has also held international senior executive roles in the commodities sector in Dubai and Singapore with Macquarie Bank, Morgan Stanley and Standard Bank of South Africa. King was a co-founder of the first private equity fund in the Middle East focused on natural resources, and one of the first companies licensed in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). King has spent time in the United States in executive positions within the energy sector with a focus on the origination of commodity and natural resource transactions as well as buy-side consultancy.

Kieran Gallagher.pngKieran Gallagher,
Managing Director, Vitol Bahrain

Biography coming soon.

Daniel Evans SPG CI.jpgDaniel Evans,
Global Head, Fuels, Refining Research & Insight, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Daniel Evans is Global Head, Fuels, Refining Research & Insight at S&P Global Commodity Insights. The team Daniel leads is responsible for our global and regional short-term refined product supply, demand, price and margin outlooks and detailed downstream market research. Daniel’s team also contributes to long-term forecasting efforts and delivers global base oil and lubricants and fuel retail research. Daniel has been involved in developing our work on the future of energy and mobility and lead studies focused on decarbonization pathways for trucking, aviation and shipping.

Ed Morse (1).jpgDr. Edward L. Morse,
Global Head of Commodities Research, Citigroup

Ed Morse is Managing Director and Global Head of Commodities Research at Citi, and held similar positions at Lehman Brothers and Credit Suisse. He has taught at Princeton, Columbia and Johns Hopkins universities, worked as the Council on Foreign Relations, served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Policy, and in management at Phillips Petroleum. A co-founder of PFC Energy, a former publisher of "Petroleum Intelligence Weekly", he also worked at Hess Energy Trading Company. Among his consulting experiences has been designing Yemen's oil pricing policy and consulting for the UN Security Council on the design and negotiation of the Oil-for-Food Program for Iraq.. Morse frequently writes guest editorials for The Financial Times, New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post and often is a commentator for Bloomberg TV and CNBC. He serves on advisory boards at Columbia and Princeton Universities and for the Arabia Foundation. He is a Senior Fellow of both the USAEE and the IEEJ and in 2018 was named by Petroleum Economist in its inaugural “Global Energy Elite” issue as among the ten most prominent individuals in energy banking and finance.

Michael Curran.jpgMichael Curran,
Head of Emissions Trading, Vitol

Michael Curran is Head of Emissions Trading at Vitol, who has established its carbon trading desk. Previously he held various trading positions at Cargill across the company’s energy and sugar business. Curran holds a degree in PPE from Oxford University and an Executive MBA from Aix-Marseille Graduate School of Management.

Andrew_Laven_100x100.PNGAndrew Laven,
Chief Commercial Officer, Saudi Industrial Export Company (Sadirat)

Biography coming soon.

Ben Owens,
VP & Chief Strategy Officer, Honeywell UOP

Biography coming soon

michael-stoppard.pngMichael Stoppard,
Global Gas Strategy Lead & Special Advisor, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Michael Stoppard is Global Gas Strategy Lead & Special Advisor with S&P Global. He is a member of the S&P Global Commodity Insights (SPG_CI) Leadership Team and also sits on the Gas, Power, & Climate Solutions management team. Previously he spent a decade as Chief Strategist Global Gas at IHS Markit, and Vice Chairman CERAWeek, the world’s premier annual energy conference. Prior to that, he led the global gas team at IHS CERA. Before joining IHS Markit, Mr. Stoppard was a research fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) where he set up the gas programme.

Jim Burkhard.jpgJim Burkhard,
Vice President & Head of research for oil markets, energy & mobility, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Biography coming soon

Patrick Dugas.jfifPatrick Dugas,
Vice President LNG Trading, TotalEnergies Gas & Power Limited

Patrick Dugas, Vice President LNG Trading in TotalEnergies Gas & Power Limited (TEGP), is based in Geneva and is currently managing the worldwide Trading LNG Portfolio of TotalEnergies with the offices of Geneva, Singapore and Houston. This covers different aspects of the LNG portfolio management, including but not limited to the spot physical trading, the financial trading, the commercial operations, the optimisation of the flows of the portfolio long term contracts (Supply and Purchase Agreements) and the Risk Management of the price exposure.

He is also working in coordination with the LNG Shipping division and the Business Development of the global LNG activities of TotalEnergies. He has been involved in LNG industry for more than 15 years with past experience in power, emission & natural gas trading. He also previously run the West African Trading desk of TotalEnergies Trading SA in Geneva dealing with refined products as LPG, kerosene, gasoline, gasoil, fuel and bitumen. He has over 20 years of global experience in the energy industry with a particular focus on Risk Management.

SM Vaidya.jpgShrikant Madhav Vaidya,
Chairman, Indian Oil Corporation

Biography coming soon.


MPGC 2023 Supporting Organizations

Gulf Downstream Association


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