ENERGY IN TRANSITION
This event is expected to host senior Oil & Gas executives, policy makers, strategists and experts from the international energy industry, featuring both local & International chief executives, ministers and other industry leaders, who will discuss how the energy business is adapting to this changing landscape, how to develop new strategies, forging new partnerships, and above all harnessing new technologies – including AI, digitalization and robotics – to improve efficiency, cut costs and reduce its carbon footprint
Energy in transition refers to the global energy sector’s shift from fossil-based systems of energy production and consumption — including oil, natural gas and coal — to renewable energy sources like wind and solar, as well as lithium-ion batteries.
The increasing penetration of renewable energy into the energy supply mix, the onset of electrification and improvements in energy storage are all key drivers of the energy transition.
Regulation and commitment to decarbonization has been mixed, but the energy transition will continue to increase in importance as investors prioritize environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors.
As more investors and companies seek greater clarity and confidence in accounting for long-term climate risks and opportunities, businesses are adapting to the “energy transition” — a transformation of the global energy sector from fossil-based systems of energy production and consumption to renewable energy sources. Switching from non-renewable energy sources like oil, natural gas, and coal to renewable energy is made possible by technological advancements and a societal push toward sustainability.
Together, almost 200 nations have committed to curbing global warming by substantially reducing greenhouse gas emissions; however, the fulfillment of those commitments has varied. Regulation and commitment have been uneven across the global economy, with some nations continuing to grow their emissions despite promises of further decarbonization.
This event will be one of the largest Oil and Gas Forum and exhibition with over 1000 participants expected from across the globe
It will be a stop shop where institutions, investors and consumers can access the latest innovations that will underpin the next phase of energy innovation and transformation.
It will also provide the needed platform for Oil & Gas companies and agencies to interface with consumers and policy makers so as to enhance seamless and secured transaction/partnerships across continents/countries with minimal disruptions.
It will seek to foster collaboration and debate on key topics including efficient and fair regulation
The Conference will have the following session:
Minimum of 10 countries are expected to participate in this event. There will be exhibition booths, 10 presentations, 10 Expert Speakers, 6 group projects and 4 Panel Discussions.
Expected participants include:
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All abstract should not be more than 1000 words. We accept submissions in Word, PDF, and PowerPoint format.
Submission deadline for Abstract: 30th August 2022
Submission Email: 30th August 2022