EGYPS 2021 will take place from 31 May – 2 June in Cairo at the Egypt International Exhibition Center with an expanded exhibition space attracting 35,000 attendees from local & international businesses to identify opportunities from Egypt, North Africa and the Mediterranean’s future project requirements, strategic priorities and gain insights into the wider oil and gas sector. The event is a key platform in the energy calendar bringing together government representatives, Global CEOs, NOCs, IOCs, International Service Providers, EPCs, consultants and financiers to address the evolving opportunities in global energy markets.
The flagship CWC Iraq Petroleum Conference returns on 21 – 22 October 2020 to bring comprehensive updates on the country’s major opportunities for international investment in the energy sector and Iraq’s future energy plans which are also marking the 60th anniversary of the establishment of OPEC in Baghdad.
The event will take place virtually, giving you the opportunity to stay connected with the key players that shape the strategy and partnerships to drive forward the oil, gas and power development in Iraq in these unprecedented times.
This year, the conference will address key issues surrounding Iraq’s oil and gas industry:
Marking the 60th anniversary of the establishment of OPEC in Baghdad
Iraq as a Major Oil and Gas Player: the Next Chapter of Upstream Investment and Energy Transition
Oil and gas industry as the force to pull the country together
Energy Finance: Creation of an Environment in Support of the Promotion of Industry Partnerships
Extending the Value Chain and Iraq’s Energy Infrastructure Challenges
Spotlight on the Future Relationship between Kurdistan Region of Iraq and Federal Iraq Government
Iraq’s Gas Potential
Electricity: Revolutionising the Industry
Don’t miss the 2020 virtual meeting and the updates on the evolving role of the multinational companies operating in the country, supporting the rebuilding of Iraq. Gain insights directly from the leaders and build sustainable business relationships to tap on the region’s oil and gas opportunities, to drive forward the post conflict and post pandemic recovery.
Distinguished Virtual Speakers Include:
HE Ihsan Abduljabbar Ismaael Al-Saade
Minister of Oil, Ministry of Oil, Federal Government of Iraq
HE Nafaa Abdulsada Ali Al-Hmidawi
Senior Deputy Minister, Ministry of Electricity, Federal Government of Iraq
Matthew M. Zais
PhD Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of International Affairs, US Department of Energy
Head of Country, BP Iraq
Join us on August 5, 2020, at 3pm Saudi Arabia Standard Time (SAST).
In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and oil price collapse crisis – unprecedented in scope and intensity – Saudi Arabia has taken various steps to restore confidence and balance to global oil markets and strengthen collaborations with key stakeholders of the global energy industry.
In spite of these uncertain times, Saudi Arabia holding the presidency of the G20 for the first time in 2020 is an important milestone confirming the kingdom’s fundamental role in promoting collective efforts to emerge from the current downturn into a resilient, sustainable future.
LEVERAGING THE CRISIS TO BUILD LOCAL STRENGTH
> How are the kingdom’s energy companies leveraging the recession to embrace R&D, cost optimisation and the deployment of new technology?
> How are industry players working with Saudi Aramco to further strengthen local capabilities and domestic manufacturing amid the crisis?
> What opportunities will Saudi Arabia’s energy industry hold for international investors in a post-pandemic environment?
> Ziad Jeha, President for Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, Schlumberger
> Muntaser Kalahji, Managing Director, INMA Steel
> Safwat Hakam, Country Director of KSA, Bahrain, Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt, Rockwell Automation
> Gavin Ames, Executive Vice President of Zamil O&M, Saudi Arabia, Zamil Group
Peter Szabadi, COO, The Energy Year
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Providing leadership & succeeding in a time of crisis in response to the challenges the industry and world is facing, this virtual and on demand event will be launched from Nairobi, Kenya over five days, senior executive speakers right across the oil and gas value chain sharing their insights and expertise with you.
Contact: Joe Watson Gakuo
Among confirmed speakers and delegates are Eni, OMV Petrom, CEPSA, DNV GL, Nabors, Conexus Baltic Grid, ISAB Refinery, SNC-Lavalin and others.
Business programme highlights:
Chief Development Officers Panel Discussion. Transforming business models by digital technologies
Advanced technologies in upstream operation
Midstream. Asset management and maintenance
Downstream. Data management and advanced analytics, AI & ML
The event is organised by Informa Markets in partnership with the world’s 3 largest professional geoscience associations – the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), the European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE) and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG).
The 2020 conference takes place under the theme ‘Geosciences in the Digital World: 2020 and Beyond’ and features 440+ expert speakers. The parallel exhibition welcomes 70+ exhibitors from 20 countries. Over 4,000 geologists, geophysicists, engineers and academia converge for 4 days of unbeatable networking, knowledge-sharing and business opportunities.
PRC Europe 2020 is co-hosted this year with OMV Aktiengesellschaft, a major company who opens the doors of Schwechat Refinery for a limited number of delegates. Attending one of the largest and most modern inland refineries in Europe is also a chance to learn about OMV ReOil innovation project – unique example of circular economy.
Its business program includes this year:
CEO Strategic Session. Global trends in O&G from Downstream Perspective
Senior Vice-Presidents’ Panel Discussion. Petrochemicals as the Largest Driver of World Oil Demand
Round Table ‘Energy Efficiency and Environmental Sustainability’
Flexible Refinery as a Refinery of the Future. Design, Technologies and Challenges
Digitalization: Improving Effectiveness of Downstream Processes.
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Over the years, the programme has grown and adapted to the geopolitical, environmental and political factors impacting the domestic and global petroleum industries.
NOG has become a part of the institutional framework of the Nigerian oil and gas industry, growing from small beginnings to becoming Nigeria’s largest and most important industry event.
NOG annually welcomes more than 750 senior level conference delegates, 80 international speakers, over 200 exhibiting companies and 4,000 exhibition visitors to discuss policy developments, explore new business opportunities and debate solutions to existing challenges in order to drive the industry forward by maximising the full potential of hydrocarbon resources in country.
Don’t miss the largest gathering of national and international industry players in Nigeria.
Through topical debates and speaker sessions, SAIPEC 2020 will offer direct access to the primary stakeholders and key players across the entire Sub Saharan Africa supply and value chains. Across three days, speakers and delegates will have the opportunity to participate within business, technical and special focus sessions, providing critical insights into the region’s hydrocarbon businesses. New for 2020: SAIPEC has introduced a number of new exciting features including; Women in Industry, the SAIPEC Awards, SAIPEC Prospecting and SAIPEC African Content Series.
Alongside the conference, the SAIPEC exhibition is projected to attract more than 200 exhibiting companies and 6,000 visiting professionals from across Sub Saharan Africa, Europe, Americas and Asia.
EGYPS is a key platform in the North African energy calendar bringing together government representatives, key project owners, NOCs, IOCs, International Service Providers, EPCs, consultants and financiers to address the evolving opportunities in the North African and Mediterranean region.
Launched in 2017, the Egypt Petroleum Show is North Africa and the Mediterranean’s most important oil and gas exhibition and conference held under the patronage of His Excellency Abdel Fattah El Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, where oil and gas professionals convene to engage in dialogue, create partnerships, do business and identify solutions and strategies that will shape the industry for future years.