Mounir Bouaziz

Mounir Bouaziz

Country Chairman Dubai & N. Emirates, Vice President Commercial, S. America & Africa Shell

Mounir Bouaziz obtained an Engineering degree from the French Grande L’Ecole Arts et Metier and an MBA from Webster University.
 
Mounir has been with the Royal Dutch Shell for over 25 years now, initially in Exploration and Production working in Oman, the Netherlands and Gabon and then moved to Shell Gas and Power, initially in London, overseeing gas businesses in Latin America, and then in the Middle East. Mounir was appointed VP Upstream International MENA in September 2009 and became VP South America and Africa in January 2016. 
 
Mounir is originally from Tunisia and is trilingual. He is a member of the Shell Commercial Academy as Commercial Deal Leader and a founding Board Member of (Junior Achievement) INJAZ-UAE. 
 

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Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 09:40 To 10:30

11/06/2018 09:40 11/06/2018 10:30 Economic Outlook Panel Economic Outlook: Can Africa play a significant role in the global oil and gas supply landscape? 
This session will offer an objective market watch of the African oil and gas landscape addressing the challenges and opportunities the industry is presented with. In this session, IOCs and Independents will discuss:

• How can Africa remain competitive in the global oil and gas landscape?
• Threats and challenges posed by other regions whose exploration and production activity are on the rise
• Is it economically vialble to transition from fossil fuels in Africa?
• Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
• Trends in demand and the slowing of Asian economies
CTICC

CTICC

"Economic Outlook Panel"

Jasper Peijs Jens Frølich Holte Mounir Bouaziz Paul McDade Wale Tinubu
Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 09:40 To 10:30

11/06/2018 09:40 11/06/2018 10:30 Economic Outlook Panel Economic Outlook: Can Africa play a significant role in the global oil and gas supply landscape? 
This session will offer an objective market watch of the African oil and gas landscape addressing the challenges and opportunities the industry is presented with. In this session, IOCs and Independents will discuss:

• How can Africa remain competitive in the global oil and gas landscape?
• Threats and challenges posed by other regions whose exploration and production activity are on the rise
• Is it economically vialble to transition from fossil fuels in Africa?
• Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
• Trends in demand and the slowing of Asian economies
CTICC
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