Oil and Fuel Theft Conference

18 April, 2018 - 19 April, 2018, Geneva, Switzerland

Oil and Fuel theft is a major, global challenge in our industry, with the repercussions of this illicit activity being wide spread from ecological damage to depriving governments of customs and tax revenues and actively funding criminal activities.

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Estimates suggest that as much as $133 billion worth of oil and fuel is stolen, adulterated, or fraudulently transferred at some point in its supply chain annually. This is a criminal activity that destabilizes markets, states, and even regions; it can no longer be ignored. The new, 'lower for longer' oil price has further incentivised the need to tackle this cost to governments and private companies active in the hydrocarbons industry.

The Oil & Fuel Theft Summit 2018 will create discourse between high-level stakeholders within the hydrocarbons industry on how we can fight this revenue depriving crime and provide insight on the current solutions available such as: molecular marking, flow management and surveillance. By encouraging collaboration and drawing attention to this issue, we hope that the tide will start to turn on this criminal enterprise.


How Oil and Fuel Theft Happens:

  • Tapping Pipelines
  • Illegal Bunkering
  • Ship-to-Ship Transfers
  • Piracy
  • Bribing Corrupt Officials
  • Smuggling and Laundering
  • Adulteration

Join Oil and Fuel Theft 2018 to:

  • Apply insight from case studies on countering oil and fuel theft from around the world
  • Explore solutions from fuel dyes to molecular marking
  • Interact with key partners in the fight against oil and fuel theft to develop an integrated response to this crime
  • Hear case studies on dealing with the ecological damage caused by oil and fuel theft
  • Discover how authorities from across the world, including the Iraqi government are preventing terrorist organisation using this crime to fund their operations
  • Explore strategies for naval cooperation in countering oil and fuel piracy and illegal bunkering in regional hot-zones

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  • H.E. Pierre Maudet, State Counsellor, Department for Security and Economy, Republic and Canton of Geneva
  • Mustafa Sanalla, Chairman, NOC Libya
  • Hon. Dakila Cua, Member House of Representatives & Chairman House Committee on Ways & Means, Republic of Philippines
  • Philippe Amon, Chairman & CEO, SICPA
  • Diakaria Koulibaly, Chief Executive Officer, ONAP
  • Hon. Stephen Dheiu Dau, Minister of Finance and Planning, South Sudan
  • Ambassador Richard Morningstar, Chairman Global Energy Center, Atlantic Council
  • Mahmoud Al-Bayati, Director General, Counter-Terrorism and National Security Advisor, Iraq
  • William J. Waggoner, Chief Executive Officer, Mexico Petroleum Company
  • Eric Corbier, Chief Commercial Officer, SICPA SA
  • Dr. Ian M. Ralby, Founder & CEO, I.R. Consilium and Nonresident Senior Fellow, The Atlantic Council
  • Tuesday Reitano, Deputy Director, Global Initiative against Transnational Organised Crime, Geneva
  • Ali Younes, Regional Advisor, Terrorism Prevention Branch, Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa, UNODC
  • Senior Representative, Illicit Markets, INTERPOL
  • Captain Cyrille Serge Atonfack Guemo, Technical Adviser For The Ministry Of Defense Maritime Security Expert, Cameroon Ministry of Defence
  • Commander Commander Loic Moudouma, Director of Operations, Gabon Navy
  • Henrik Juhl Madsen, Technical Officer, Subdivision for Maritime Security and Facilitation, Maritime Safety Division, International Maritime Organisation (IMO)
  • Arthur Snell, Former UK High Commissioner to Trinidad & Tobago, Former Deputy Director for Counter-Terrorism at UK FCO, I.R. Consilium
  • Birute Morkuniene, Head of the Division for investigation of metals, minerals and other materials, Lithuanian Customs Laboratory
  • Dr. David Soud, Contributing Author “Downstream Oil Theft,”, I.R. Consilium
  • Warren Smith, Fuel Markers Account Manager, Dow Chemical
  • George Kiourktsoglou, Visiting Lecturer, University of Greenwich, London
  • Kevin McKenna, President, Oil & Gas Division, Authentix, Inc.
  • Brian Jazdzewski, R&D & Strategy Development, Dow Chemical
  • Mostafa El Shazly PhD, Attorney at law, Petroleum agreements dept., The Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation
  • Hassan Tampuli, CEO, National Petroleum Authority, Republic of Ghana
  • Daniel Gianfalla, National Maritime Security Advisory Committee Member, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security
  • Jeffrey P. Hardy, Director-General, Transnational Alliance to Combat Illicit Trade
  • Adriano Francescangeli, Chemist, Agenzia delle Dogane e dei Monopoli, Italy
  • Kristýna Majtnerová, Specialist in Customs Technical Laboratory – fuel analysis, IR spectroscopy, Czech Republic
  • Blanka Bažilová, Methodologist of mobile diagnostics in Customs Technical Laboratory, Czech Republic

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: Mar 29, 2018