M. Malek Kallel, MOIG Management Committee Member and HSSE Team Leader in SEREPT officially represented MOIG in the 3rd Annual Health, Safety, Security and Environment Conference 2017 held in Ramada Plaza Hotel-Gammarth in Tunis-Tunisia. The event was a great success and gathered more than 70 participants from the active Oil and Gas Industry in Tunisia, National Agency of Environment Protection, Work Safety and Health Institute, engineering firms, services providers. In addition to opening and closing ceremonies, the programme of the conference revolved around nine sessions with more than 30 speakers and experts of National and International reputation from Tunisia, Africa and Europe to discuss many topics related to Health, Safety, Security, Environment, Risk Management and CSR.
M. Malek Kallel was designated by the HSSE Steering Committee to chair and animate the plenary session N°9 related to Testimony and Exchange of Good Practices in Health, Safety, Security and Environment. The MOIG Management Committee Members would like to thank the HSSE 2017 Steering Committee for its confidence in MOIG.
The MOIG Management Committee is very delighted to welcome Moncef Saidi, new member appointed by ETAP instead of Yassine Mestiri, who had recently retired. Moncef is a petroleum geochemist. He was educated at the University of Tunis from 1980- 1993 where he received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in geology specialized in Organic Geochemistry. He joined ETAP since 1987 as young laboratory engineer. From 1992 to 2008 he was in charge of the organic geochemistry Laboratory of ETAP. From 2008 to 2011 he acted as Laboratory deputy manager and from 2011 to 2016 as Petroleum Servicing Director in charge of of Laboratories and Petroleum Data Base of ETAP and since 2016 he is promoted as Exploration Central Director.
Moncef main interests are source rock and oil characterization, oil/oil and oil/source rock correlation, reservoir geochemistry and basin modeling. He was involved in almost all the projects/studies concerning source rock and oil characterization as well as basin modeling in Tunisia. He was a leader of several fieldtrips regarding to petroleum systems in Tunisia. During the last 15 years he supervised more than 100 research projects (Master degree Projects, and PhD thesis) in collaboration with the Tunisian universities and has authored and co-authored more than 50 technical papers in the National and International Meetings/Conferences. He was a leader of 15 geological field trips for the account of petroleum companies and 12 for the account of ETAP (Field trips post EPC conference). The MOIG Management Committee Members Would like to thank Yassine Mestiri for its support and efforts towards the MOIG over the last past years.