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Laury Haytayan was born on 13 October, 1975 in Antelias, Lebanon, is an Oil & Gas expert. Discover Laury Haytayan's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 45 years old?

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Occupation Oil & Gas expert
Age 46 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 13 October 1975
Birthday 13 October
Birthplace Antelias, Lebanon
Nationality Lebanese

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Laury Haytayan was interviewed by L’Orient Le Jour after receiving the Golden Award from the Arab Women Council in Dubai, for her achievement in “Social Accountability. In this interview she stresses on the need to have women role models in the region to encourage young ladies and women to pursue a career in difficult domains such as politics and publi affairs” [3]

In this article, Laury Haytayan explains that civil society can already begin preparing for potential EITI implementation in Lebanon. "Civil society has to get together and they have to elect representatives" who will eventually be part of the MSG, she says. "If you don’t have representatives from civil society, you cannot start with the EITI because you don’t have the major body [the MSG] running the whole initiative." [4]


Haytayan was honored on International Women's Day in 2015 by the Green Party of Lebanon for her work in supporting the participation of women in politics.


Laury received the Gold Distinction and Excellence Award by the Arab Women Council in 2014 for her role in promoting social responsibility.

Laury Haytayan, cited as one of the leaders of the civil society talks about the importance of Beneficial Ownership in the oil and gas sector and especially in Lebanon. She is quoted saying: In many cases throughout the global oil and gas industry those companies bidding for — and sometimes winning — petroleum contracts have close ties to the government through connections that influence the award. These companies can mask the identity of their ownership: "They’re hiding behind companies and law firms, behind shell companies or even entities that do not exist" [2]


Laury Haytayan interviewed by iloubnan on the eve of the first parliamentary extension in May 2013, she says: It's a bullet in democracy for Lebanon. [7]


Laury Haytayan is a Lebanese oil & gas expert in the Middle East and North Africa. Since 2011, she has been leading the parliamentary capacity development portfolio at the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) in the MENA region, focusing on the legislative and oversight roles of Arab parliamentarians in advancing reforms in the Middle East Oil and Gas sector.

She was invited by the Carter Center for the Election monitoring of the Tunisian parliamentary elections in 2011, the first elections following the Tunisian Revolution and the ousting of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.


Since 2004, Haytayan started working with different stakeholders such as youth, women, devastated communities and parliamentarians to build "pro-active" societies, and to promote a culture of accountability and transparency, and rule of law in public spheres and institutions.


Laury was born to Armenian parents Garabed and Mayram Haytayan on October 13, 1975, exactly six months after the start of the Lebanese Civil War. She was born and raised in Antelias, a town on the coast of the Metn District in the Mount Lebanon Governorate.