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AGM 2017: Gathering on home ground

This year, IOGP will be holding the Annual General Meeting on home ground in the City of London on 31 May.

Member Representatives will have the opportunity to meet the newly-elected Management Committee, get updates on recent achievements and current projects and execute the AGM formalities.

Highlights of the half-day session will include talks by:

  • Lord Cullen, who conducted the public inquiry into the Piper Alpha incident and produced its landmark report
  • Spencer Dale, BP’s Chief Economist and the man behind the company’s influential annual Energy Outlook

The AGM will take place at the South Place Hotel, a stylish yet discreet venue minutes’ walk away from IOGP’s City Tower office on Basinghall Street.

The AGM will run from 13.00 – 17.00, with drinks and dinner to follow immediately at the hotel.

All Association Members have received registration forms.

For further information, contact Dianne James: dj@iogp.org

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