Luca Bertelli

Luca Bertelli

Chief Exploration Officer Eni

Luca has been Chief Exploration Officer in Eni since 1 July 2014. Experience In 1984 he joined Eni’s geophysics division, working first as a researcher in the development of 3D seismic prospecting technology and subsequently as a manager of 3D seismic prospecting programmes, specialising in seismicstratigraphy. In 1994 he was appointed manager of seismic-stratigraphy applications and in 1999 he increased the technical-managerial scope of his activities becoming manager of geological and geophysical services in Eni. At the end of 2001, his career took a new international turn holding positions of increasing managerial complexity over a period of eight years, starting in Norway where he was Technical Director and Deputy Managing Director at Norsk Agip in Norway. In 2003 he was appointed Managing Director of Eni Indonesia and in 2006 he moved to Egypt as General Manager and Managing Director, a position he also held at Eni Angola in 2007. In 2009 he returned to Eni’s headquarters as Senior Vice Chairman of Global Exploration. He was appointed Executive Vice President of Exploration and Unconventional at the beginning of 2010. He graduated with honours in geology in 1983 from the University of Florence.


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Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 16:20 To 17:05

11/06/2018 16:20 11/06/2018 17:05 Regional Outlook Panel: East Africa How can East Africa utilize its vast hydrocarbon potential and develop itself as a major producing region for both Global and Regional consumption?

East Africa continues to dominate much interest in the global Oil and Gas sector. Significant onshore discoveries in Uganda has only added to the widely anticipated East Africa gas evolution. Across this session, major operators and governments confront and discuss the biggest issues prohibiting growth, and how we take discoveries through to production: 

• Do we need more gas to justify further exploration?
• Supply and Demand: How will the shift from long-term take-off purchase agreements affect production in East African Gas?
• Gas monetisation in East Africa: LNG, LPG, pipeline or gas-to-power?
• Which fields will make it in line with infrastructure development and monetisation?
•  New technologies enabling offshore development and hydrocarbon recovery. Will mega projects such as Coral South FLNG unlock production in offshore East Africa?
CTICC

CTICC

"Regional Outlook Panel: East Africa"

Alexander Mollinger Andrew Kamau Luca Bertelli Olivier Belalahy Omar Mithá

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 16:20 To 17:05

11/06/2018 16:20 11/06/2018 17:05 Regional Outlook Panel: East Africa How can East Africa utilize its vast hydrocarbon potential and develop itself as a major producing region for both Global and Regional consumption?

East Africa continues to dominate much interest in the global Oil and Gas sector. Significant onshore discoveries in Uganda has only added to the widely anticipated East Africa gas evolution. Across this session, major operators and governments confront and discuss the biggest issues prohibiting growth, and how we take discoveries through to production: 

• Do we need more gas to justify further exploration?
• Supply and Demand: How will the shift from long-term take-off purchase agreements affect production in East African Gas?
• Gas monetisation in East Africa: LNG, LPG, pipeline or gas-to-power?
• Which fields will make it in line with infrastructure development and monetisation?
•  New technologies enabling offshore development and hydrocarbon recovery. Will mega projects such as Coral South FLNG unlock production in offshore East Africa?
CTICC

CTICC

"Regional Outlook Panel: East Africa"

Alexander Mollinger Andrew Kamau Luca Bertelli Olivier Belalahy Omar Mithá

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 11:45 To 12:30

11/06/2018 11:45 11/06/2018 12:30 Africa Production Outlooks
International and Independent E&P Companies answer your questions in a live Q&A on the future of the continent’s production landscape.

Using the AOW’s interactive event app, sponsored by Azinam, delegates will have a chance to submit their pressing questions to our expert panel. The questions will be moderated and asked live. This session will help you keep your finger on the pulse of how African oil production is set to evolve in the next few years.

The topics addressed by our panel include:
• Africa's long-term plans: upcoming activity, contracts and tenders in the region 
• Regulatory issues in the region and how to overcome them 
• Opportunities created by Africa’s evolving energy mix
CTICC

CTICC

"Africa Production Outlooks"

Bello Rabiu Gilbert Yevi Luca Bertelli Nicolas Terraz Paul Mayland

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 11:45 To 12:30

11/06/2018 11:45 11/06/2018 12:30 Africa Production Outlooks
International and Independent E&P Companies answer your questions in a live Q&A on the future of the continent’s production landscape.

Using the AOW’s interactive event app, sponsored by Azinam, delegates will have a chance to submit their pressing questions to our expert panel. The questions will be moderated and asked live. This session will help you keep your finger on the pulse of how African oil production is set to evolve in the next few years.

The topics addressed by our panel include:
• Africa's long-term plans: upcoming activity, contracts and tenders in the region 
• Regulatory issues in the region and how to overcome them 
• Opportunities created by Africa’s evolving energy mix
CTICC

CTICC

"Africa Production Outlooks"

Bello Rabiu Gilbert Yevi Luca Bertelli Nicolas Terraz Paul Mayland

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 14:00 To 15:00

11/05/2019 14:00 11/05/2019 15:00 Supermajors Strategic Outlook for Africa
  • Overview of supermajor’s Africa investment programme and how it relates to their global upstream strategy
  • Where in Africa will supermajors be prioritising for 2020 and beyond?
  • How much investment are supermajor’s putting towards mature operations v. exploration?
  • How is the oil/gas mix presented in their African portfolio?
  • How will climate change affect supermajor’s strategy and priorities over the next 5 - 10 years?
  • New financing models for African upstream
Main Stage

Main Stage

"Supermajors Strategic Outlook for Africa"

Colette Hirstius Jasper Peijs Luca Bertelli
Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 16:20 To 17:05

11/06/2018 16:20 11/06/2018 17:05 Regional Outlook Panel: East Africa How can East Africa utilize its vast hydrocarbon potential and develop itself as a major producing region for both Global and Regional consumption?

East Africa continues to dominate much interest in the global Oil and Gas sector. Significant onshore discoveries in Uganda has only added to the widely anticipated East Africa gas evolution. Across this session, major operators and governments confront and discuss the biggest issues prohibiting growth, and how we take discoveries through to production: 

• Do we need more gas to justify further exploration?
• Supply and Demand: How will the shift from long-term take-off purchase agreements affect production in East African Gas?
• Gas monetisation in East Africa: LNG, LPG, pipeline or gas-to-power?
• Which fields will make it in line with infrastructure development and monetisation?
•  New technologies enabling offshore development and hydrocarbon recovery. Will mega projects such as Coral South FLNG unlock production in offshore East Africa?
CTICC
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CTICC

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Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 16:20 To 17:05

11/06/2018 16:20 11/06/2018 17:05 Regional Outlook Panel: East Africa How can East Africa utilize its vast hydrocarbon potential and develop itself as a major producing region for both Global and Regional consumption?

East Africa continues to dominate much interest in the global Oil and Gas sector. Significant onshore discoveries in Uganda has only added to the widely anticipated East Africa gas evolution. Across this session, major operators and governments confront and discuss the biggest issues prohibiting growth, and how we take discoveries through to production: 

• Do we need more gas to justify further exploration?
• Supply and Demand: How will the shift from long-term take-off purchase agreements affect production in East African Gas?
• Gas monetisation in East Africa: LNG, LPG, pipeline or gas-to-power?
• Which fields will make it in line with infrastructure development and monetisation?
•  New technologies enabling offshore development and hydrocarbon recovery. Will mega projects such as Coral South FLNG unlock production in offshore East Africa?
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 11:45 To 12:30

11/06/2018 11:45 11/06/2018 12:30 Africa Production Outlooks
International and Independent E&P Companies answer your questions in a live Q&A on the future of the continent’s production landscape.

Using the AOW’s interactive event app, sponsored by Azinam, delegates will have a chance to submit their pressing questions to our expert panel. The questions will be moderated and asked live. This session will help you keep your finger on the pulse of how African oil production is set to evolve in the next few years.

The topics addressed by our panel include:
• Africa's long-term plans: upcoming activity, contracts and tenders in the region 
• Regulatory issues in the region and how to overcome them 
• Opportunities created by Africa’s evolving energy mix
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 11:45 To 12:30

11/06/2018 11:45 11/06/2018 12:30 Africa Production Outlooks
International and Independent E&P Companies answer your questions in a live Q&A on the future of the continent’s production landscape.

Using the AOW’s interactive event app, sponsored by Azinam, delegates will have a chance to submit their pressing questions to our expert panel. The questions will be moderated and asked live. This session will help you keep your finger on the pulse of how African oil production is set to evolve in the next few years.

The topics addressed by our panel include:
• Africa's long-term plans: upcoming activity, contracts and tenders in the region 
• Regulatory issues in the region and how to overcome them 
• Opportunities created by Africa’s evolving energy mix
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 14:00 To 15:00

11/05/2019 14:00 11/05/2019 15:00 Supermajors Strategic Outlook for Africa
  • Overview of supermajor’s Africa investment programme and how it relates to their global upstream strategy
  • Where in Africa will supermajors be prioritising for 2020 and beyond?
  • How much investment are supermajor’s putting towards mature operations v. exploration?
  • How is the oil/gas mix presented in their African portfolio?
  • How will climate change affect supermajor’s strategy and priorities over the next 5 - 10 years?
  • New financing models for African upstream
Main Stage
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Main Stage

Topic
Speakers