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Jean-Daniel BLASCO, 60 years old, is an engineer graduated from the National Institute of Polytechnics of Grenoble, and has a master degree of economics from the French Petroleum Institute. He made his entire career in Oil and Gas industry, more precisely in Exploration and Production.

He joined the group ELF AQUITAINE in 1982 as an economist, and held several positions in France and in Africa, in development and planning, gas marketing and business development.

After the merger between TOTAL, FINA and ELF groups, he was appointed Vice-President of the Shtockman project, then Managing Director of the TOTAL’s affiliate in Yemen. He then moved back to the South West of France as Vice-President of TOTAL’s Technical and Research Center in Pau. In 2008, he was appointed Managing Director of the TOTAL’s affiliate in Bolivia. He came back to Paris as Vice-President E&P North Africa.

He has been in his current position, Managing Director of Total E&P Libye, for 18 months.

Jean-Daniel BLASCO is married with 3 children.

Dr Khaled Mamour (PhD, MBA, CEng)

Post Education (PhD + MBA) in England, Khaled has filled Senior technical as well as Managerial positions within University (Sheffield University) as a post-Doctoral researcher, ALSTOM (Major Infrastructure Projects) as a Design Engineer, RENISHAW (Precision Engineering) where he started as a Senior Design Engineer to later become Global Solutions Business Development Manager, IBB (Institute of Independent Businesses) as a Senior Consultant, SHAWCOR Group ( Corrosion Protection and pipeline products and services) as Vice President, and finally AMEC Foster Wheeler as Vice President, Business Development for AFRICA.

Khaled is also a Director of the Algerian-British Business Council and the holder of 11 patents.

Over 30 Years of Diversified Experience in Oil and Gas Fields.
1985; B.Sc. Petroleum Engineering, Tripoli University, Libya
2003; M.Sc. Field and Well Management, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK

Following a Masters (business & Administration) from Toulouse business school and specialized masters in Finance at ESCP EAP (Paris), Anass Joundy worked in BNP Paribas and Credit Agricole in Capital markets for 2 years.

Anass joined EBRD in 2012 in the Natural Resources team as a Principal Banker, after having spent 7 years at Credit Agricole, originating and structuring financing in the MENA region.

Massimo Trani is currently Vice President for Proprietary Technology Licensing department at Eni. He is a Nuclear Engineer, with a Degree at Rome University in 1984.

Massimo is based at Eni Refining, Marketing & Chemicals headquarters in Rome. He holds the responsibility of coordination and actuation of technical aspects related to the licensing of new Eni new technologies.

Massimo has 25 years of experience in refining, and he has held various positions in Performance Analysis and Optimization, Technology, Supply Department. During the last 6 years, he has been Responsible of Eni Research and Development Downstream Labs, coordinating several new technologies development.

Ahmed is the Planning & Control Sector manager at SIDPEC. He also assigned to be SIDPEC CEO technical advisor for maintenance and engineering and SIDPEC shutdown & turnaround committee head.

He is a Certified Manager, Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) and a Certified Reliability Leader (CRL).

He is a professional practitioner with extensive combined experiences along 22 years career in oil, gas and petrochemicals assets management and reliability, specialized trainer in Machinery Maintenance, Maintenance Management, Failure Analysis, Turnaround Management. Asset Management and Reliability subjects.

He provided several presentations on reliability, failure prevention and maintenance & asset management subjects in Middle East, Asia Pacific, USA and Europe conferences.