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Join the OGV Community and take part in the first monthly forum discussing International Growth and Diversification

OGV Energy are launching a new monthly online forum for the members of our "OGV Community" around the monthly theme for our magazine, which we hope will add additional value to the contributors of the publication and our community members by bringing the content to life with interactive discussions from business leaders within our membership and the wider Energy sector.

Our first online membership forum will be on September 22nd in partnership with the Energy Industries Council (EIC) and will be chaired by their CEO - Stuart Broadley.

We will be discussing the theme of "International Growth and Diversification" and will have organisations participating as part of the panel that will communicate their successes and challenges to the audience, alongside 2 other guests from industry who are experts in this space.

Become part of the OGV Community and become part of the Energy conversation! Chair

CEO of the EIC

Prior to joining EIC in 2016, Stuart enjoyed a successful 25-year career leading global O&M businesses in oil & gas,power and renewables with Rolls-Royce, Wood, Senvion and Hoerbiger.

Passionate about exporting and energy transition, Stuart is the architect of the Energy Exports Conference which brings 20 inward delegations to the UK each year with $500bn of project opportunities, and is author of the renowned Survive & Thrive annual report which highlights successful growth strategies in challenging markets.

OGV Transition will serve as a platform to discuss and promote this rapidly evolving digital landscape, bringing together CEOs, CIOs, VPs of Operations & Production, Heads of IT, Engineering Solutions & Advanced Analytics Directors and Asset Managers.

Director of BGF Aberdeen

Mike is a director of BGF and on the boards of five investments, Spex, Rovop, Entier, Inoapps, and Frontrow.

Mike started his career as a drilling engineer with Shell, working mostly in exploration in Angola and Congo, then joined 3i, and, after spells in Birmingham and Cambridge, moved to Aberdeen in 2004, where he invested in both oil service and exploration and production companies.

Group Head of Strategy and Transformation at Petrofac

Jonathan joined Petrofac’s strategy function in 2011. Today, as Group Head of Strategy & Transformation, he oversees Petrofac’s digital, automation and functional excellence initiatives and supports the executive management team develop and deliver the Group’s strategy. This includes championing Petrofac’s continued expansion into new and renewable energy.

Prior to joining Petrofac, Jonathan was a Strategy Consultant at Booz & Company, working across upstream, downstream, mining and utilities in Europe, the US, the Middle East and Africa. He has a Masters in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Cambridge and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

Business Development Director at ICR

Britney joined ICR in 2017 initially working on key strategic projects with a focus on integrating the sales and marketing activities for the five ICR business units. She then moved into the role of Sales and Marketing Director early 2018 heading up the ICR global sales and marketing function. Following a company transition to a more regional led management after ICR set-up offices in Houston and Abu Dhabi, Britney took on the role of Business Development Director with a focus on new regions and partners whilst still managing the marketing activities for the business.

With a degree in Law and Management, Britney has over 18 years’ experience working for oil and gas service companies including Aker Kvaerner, Petrofac and Prosafe Offshore in Sales and Marketing management roles. Her experience covers corporate strategy, new country entry, sales process and customer account management planning. Britney has travelled extensively in her career covering the Americas, Europe, Norway and the Middle East and has worked with a diverse client base on many high-profile projects.

Managing Director, Arnlea

Leader of the Management Buy Out, Allan has been at Arnlea since 2013. His passion is to see Arnlea grow and increase its market share, through delivering high-end mobile software technology that is flexible, easy to use and provides exceptional value to clients. He is excited about how the investment they have made so far in the Intrinsix software has taken IntrinsixEX to a new level, both in terms of its technological capabilities and its functionality. He is hands-on, meeting clients at all levels, often travelling with his team, offering support and insight from his 30-plus years in business.

Global Head of Energy, Trade for Scottish Development International (SDI)

David Rennie is the Global Head of Energy – Trade for Scottish Development International (SDI) the trade and investment economic body of the Scottish Government. His focus is ensuring that SDI assists the energy sector and the supply chain to trade and export overseas, working with the company base, other partners and trade bodies to do so. SDI works intensely with around 300 companies in the energy sector to help them with their export ambitions while also working with a larger set of companies in terms of general advice and assistance on exporting matters.

Priority to that he was Head of Oil and Gas at Scottish Enterprise, the main economic development agency for Scotland. Previously he has been on the board of Subsea UK and the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC). David has been with Scottish Enterprise since 2010 and prior to that worked as an Economist and Policy Adviser for the Scottish Government, Welsh Development Agency and also in the private sector.