Nigeria International Energy Summit (NIES)

It is the most strategic event in the African energy calendar. Over a thousand senior executives from all over the world will converge on Abuja over five days for conferencing, seminars, roundtables, social events and networking at the highest level in 2022.

ESF NA 2022 – North America Energy & Sustainability Forum

Today success is no longer just measured on safe and profitable operations, but also the delivery of energy and operational efficiency whilst demonstrating a commitment to ESG and circularity.

As North American refiners and petrochemical producers position themselves for a low carbon transition, and with no silver bullet to achieve net zero, the industry must form a coherent approach to take advantage of all opportunities. The challenge to invent new technologies, new supply chains, new value chains and new markets has never been so complex.

Following the success of ESF and ESF MENA, we are excited to announce ESF North America, the latest in our series of dedicated conferences to support the collaborations, discussions, and development of a sustainable energy future in which the oil and gas downstream industry continues to play a leading role.

  • Through interactive panel discussions, presentations and case studies, ESF NA will:
  • Prepare the industry for tomorrow through market outlooks, future fuel predictions and transition preparation
  • Explore the latest zero emissions technologies, including CCS and hydrogen, essential to achieving deep decarbonisation targets
  • Present the latest hydroprocessing catalysts and process technologies to support the evolution of the region’s refiners through increased flexibility and (product slate) diversification
  • Discuss the opportune pathways and implementation roadmaps for the industry
  • Present case studies and strategies on how companies are implementing technologies to reduce the carbon footprint of their operations and assets
  • Showcase the production and development of new low-carbon and alternative fuels
  • Help you transition to a Circular Economy through waste (plastics) recycling and conversion technologies
  • Explore the latest digital enabling technologies shaping future smart refining and petrochemicals production

ESF 2022 – Europe Energy & Sustainability Forum

The energy transition is a pathway, not a moment in the story. As the transition accelerates and we look to 2022, so does the complexity, challenging the industry to invent new technologies, new supply chains, new value chains and new markets, all with collaboration at the heart.

Through interactive panel discussions, presentations and case studies, ESF 2022 will explore:

 

  • DECARBONISATION STRATEGIES & DEPLOYMENT – Our keynote session will look at how the industry can be enabled and supported to move as fast as it can, in the technology directions that’s best for them and wider society. It will present opportunities for refiners and producers to carbon base line their assets and accelerate the adoption of low carbon technologies. What is achievable short term through the delivery of energy and operational efficiency to minimise carbon footprint and operating costs
  • H2 – THE KEY ENABLER TO THE FUTURE OF THE DOWNSTREAM INDUSTRY & THE UTILISATION OF CO2 – Europe’s politicians are pushing hard for green hydrogen but for the industry to deliver within the desired timeline, we need enough renewable power for the electrification of crackers along with the development of a non-energy intensive route to produce olefins. Until then fossil based blue hydrogen, using carbon capture and sequestration, remains a proven key mechanism to allow the industry to reduce its emissions. This session will explore the latest low and zero carbon technologies and projects essential to achieving deep decarbonisation targets.
  • CIRCULARITY – With such expectations from stakeholders on Scope 3, how can we get more of our products/services to be circular? Innovation, regulation, integration, and infrastructure are all needed to ensure that waste becomes a valuable material that comes back into the chain. There is a big innovation challenge for the whole industry to make these technologies scalable and affordable, especially to be successful by 2050.
    This session will help you scale and commercialise circularity, by working with the entire value chain and deploying the best technologies on the market to help close the loop.
  • TRANSITION & DIVERSIFY – The transition is a journey with many steps, not a competition or challenge between technology or colour. Cooperation and collaboration are needed between different sources of energy and the many opportunities available today must be embraced in parallel. This session will look at the latest conversion technologies to support the evolution of refiners and producers through increased flexibility and (product slate) diversification, including the production and development of new bio, renewable and e-fuels.

GPCA Responsible Care Conference

EHS&S leaders from the regional chemical industry have stood strong and risen to challenges by planning and executing concrete responses to COVID-19 and adding a myriad of new responsibilities, which have supported the industry and wider community.

During this uncertain period, the Responsible Care® initiative played an important role in preparing members to stay resilient and overcome the many challenges that came their way, specifically in industrial operations. Today the adoption of new technologies and innovation in the operational systems are bringing a fresh perspective to the industry, driving greater efficiency, unlocking new opportunities, as well as enabling better risk management and preparedness. It is now time for the industry to transform to a proactive mindset, to keep Responsible Care at the centre stage and to prepare for the next wave of disruption.

GPCA is proud to host the 4th GPCA Responsible Care Conference scheduled from 31 October – 2 November 2021 at Crowne Plaza RDC Hotel, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Held under the theme ‘Seizing the new normal opportunities through Responsible Care’, the dialogues at the conference will bring EHSS leaders from the petrochemical industry to look back and share their learnings, best practices, and the future roadmap beyond the pandemic. The event will also showcase a series of interactive masterclasses which will delve deeper on subjects like process safety and highlight evolving technologies transforming EHSS. It will also feature thought-provoking workshops on product stewardship and good manufacturing practices and contractor management challenges and expectations.

Virtual 11th GPCA Agri-Nutrients Conference

The agri-nutrients industry plays a leading role in supporting this transition. There is a growing need for this critical industry to collaborate with governments and the value chain to improve agricultural productivity and provide nutritious and sufficient food for all. To avoid disruptions in agricultural production and to ensure food security, the GCC agri-nutrients industry will have to embrace new avenues of growth, including boosting international cooperation, exploring new markets, strengthening domestic supply chains, reducing their environmental footprint, and deploying advanced technology to maintain a competitive edge. Exploring new opportunities today will help build resiliency and sustainability, while preparing for potential future crises.

Now in its 11th edition, the GPCA Agri-nutrients Conference will take place virtually from 15-16 September 2021. Held under the theme ‘Forging new avenues for a food secure future’ the dialogues at the conference will present a host of opportunities for the agri-nutrients industry to contribute positively to the food security agenda, share progressive technologies transforming the agricultural food chain, shed light on the breakthroughs and innovations in the agri-nutrients sector and discuss the trends shaping the overall industry.

15th Annual GPCA Forum

The adoption of modern digital technologies has not only increased productivity, but also supported the development of new and innovative business ideas. The pandemic further accelerated the drive towards decarbonization, which in turn is supporting several nations’ vision to meet their net zero carbon emission targets. With clean hydrogen gaining traction around the world, it presents a new opportunity for the industry to embark on the journey of energy transition. In response to policy needs and evolving consumer preferences, investors too are taking decarbonization seriously, further intensifying environmental, social and governance (ESG) efforts. Incorporating ESG strategies is helping build competitive advantage and advancing the industry’s sustainability agenda.
The rapidly changing market conditions and sudden disruptions is requiring industry leaders to devise tactics for a new era of growth for alternative feedstocks, waste management and recycling, and developing new circular business models for a sustainable future. Chemical companies are building on their unique strengths and capabilities to redesign an industry backed on sustainability and innovation.
The 15th Annual GPCA Forum will take place from 7-9 December 2021 at Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE, and will address the theme, “Redefine. Reshape. Reinvent. The chemical industry in a post-pandemic reality”. This edition will propagate key messages to redefine the challenges, reinvent strategies to capitalize on market opportunities and reshape a renewed future for the chemical industry, one fuelled with a sense of purpose. Bringing together stalwarts and industry experts from across the globe, this edition will stir strategic conversations, build strong synergies to thrive in a new reality, thus, laying the foundation for a collaborative, sustainable, and successful recovery.

Hydrogen Russia and CIS

Strategic partner: Siemens Energy. Bronze Sponsors: Rosen Group, Brunel.

Among the speakers and honorary guests: Evgeniy Getts, Deputy Minister of Digital and Technological Development, Government of the Sakhalin Region; Andrey Konoplyanik, Adviser to Director General, Gazprom Export; Andrey Mikhailov, Head of Laboratory of Hydrogen Technologies, Gazprom VNIIGAZ; Oleg Nazarov, Deputy Head of Technical Policy Department, Russian Railways; Daisuke Harada, Project Director, Jogmec; Sergey Aldoshin, Scientific Director, Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics of RAS (IPCP RAS).

Register now – https://hydrogenru.com/en/registration-request/

Programme Highlights:

  • 200+ participants, including senior executives of hydrogen production plants from Russia and the CIS, initiators of investment projects, developers and manufacturers of equipment and technologies, Russian and international investors
  • 15+ investment projects on hydrogen production
  • 40+ speakers and panellists: project initiators, regulatory authorities, industry experts
  • Specialized exhibition of technical, technological, and service solutions from industry leaders
  • Drivers and mechanisms of industry development, medium- and long-term goals
  • Plans of the Government, hydrogen producers, and project initiators
  • Showcase of innovative developments and the best technologies in the field of hydrogen production
  • Status of projects in the field of construction, modernisation, and expansion of hydrogen production facilities in Russia and the CIS
  • Demand for hydrogen: present and potential industrial use, hydrogen fuel, energy feedstock
  • Monetization of hydrogen. Investments, fundraising
  • Case studies: planning, design, construction, modernisation, and expansion projects
  • Accumulation and storage of hydrogen, transportation issues
  • Roundtable discussion: improvement of hydrogen production efficiency

Petrochemical and Refining Congress

PRC: Europe 2022 gathers O&G major companies, EPCs, refineries and petrochemical plants, licensors, chemical companies, and governmental bodies to network and share their experience over the industry’s current situation. The main focus of the Congress is to give all decision-makers of the industry an opportunity to network, present solutions, and find potential partners at one platform.

The PRC: Europe 2022 business program covers the following topics:

  • Green hydrogen;
  • Refinery of the Future;
  • Increasing reliability of plants;
  • Plastic recycling;
  • Energy Transition and Circular Economy.

Neste, Wood, OMV Petrom, KBR, ADNOC, MOL Group, FLUOR, Worley are among the regular participants of the Congress.

Gastech 2021

Taking place from 21-23 September 2021 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, United Arab Emirates, the global gas, LNG, hydrogen, and energy industry will meet once again to do business LIVE and IN-PERSON! The event is to be held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai. As we look towards the future, navigating the new energy landscape with our shared global mandate to lower carbon emissions and provide affordable energy for all, Gastech 2021 will bring together the full energy value chain, with over 3 days of unrivalled networking in a safe and secure environment. Gastech is an enabler of conversations, collaborations and connections that drive the energy transition agenda. Now, more than ever before, we need to connect in-person to continue to adapt and respond to the collective challenges and opportunities the industry faces. Gastech is the global platform with the power to convene world leaders annually in their global mission to provide a carbon neutral, affordable energy future for all by 2050.

Future Energy Series: Africa

Throughout, attendees will take advantage of carefully curated 1-2-1 meetings between stakeholders, investors and technology providers to ensure deals are made and projects advanced.

On the agenda are thematic outlooks, investment-ready project showcases, technical showcases, as well as in depth national showcases from select African governments who will highlight the best of their country’s future energy portfolio. All content is focused on deal-making to allow investors, developers and operators to access new investment opportunities and originate projects across Africa.

FESA will host a carefully reviewed group of energy leaders from the finance community, government, academia and the private sector who are critical to FIDs being made and new projects breaking ground. What sets the event apart is its joined-up approach which not only looks at the future of Africa’s green economies, but the here and now – creating an engine room for project origination and sustainable development.