The third edition of the Atlantic Council Global Energy Forum will be held in Abu Dhabi on January 11-13. International and regional political and corporate leaders will gather at the event with the task of setting the global energy agenda for next year. The Forum will focus on the themes of energy demand and innovation in East and South-East Asia. This year’s program includes the future of oil, energy digitalization and energy diversification. The Forum, promoted by the Atlantic Council, will once again be hosted under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. The event is organized in partnership with the Ministry of Energy and Industry of the United Arab Emirates, the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and Mubadala Investment, and is co-chaired by the giant private company Crescent Petroleum.
WFES (World Future Energy Summit) is a global industry platform connecting business and innovation in energy, clean technology and efficiency for a sustainable future. WFES Expo hosts over 850 exhibiting companies from more than 40 countries; The Future Summit; the unique WFES Forums, covering everything from disruptive technologies to future cities; a set of ground-breaking WFES Initiatives; and WFES Hosted Events, where individual growth markets come under the spotlight. The Future Summit engages leaders from private and public sectors in two days of dialogue and knowledge exchange to solve the world's growing energy and sustainability challenges. The Summit offers a combination of in-depth breakfast briefings, discussions and expert talks, involving senior-level government officials and business leaders at the heart of all interaction. This year, The Future Summit will explore how industries are adapting to the digital transformation underway in the global economy, and the new opportunities it is presenting to address global sustainability challenges.
Over three thousand participants are expected to attend the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum scheduled to take place in Davos on January 22-25, 2019. More than thirty heads of state and government leaders have already confirmed they will participate in the event, which will convene under the theme of “Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution”.
Egypt will host the next Egypt Petroleum Show 2019 (EGYPS), the international oil and gas event now in its third edition, to be held in Cairo on January 11-13. According to the organizers dmg events, over twenty thousand participants are expected to attend this year’s show to explore and outline new prospects for national and international cooperation. The theme of the three-day conference is "Delivering the Energy Needs of Tomorrow".
On March 27-29, Ravenna will host the 14th edition of Offshore Mediterranean Conference & Exhibition, the leading Oil & Gas exhibition in the Mediterranean region. The OMC title for 2019 is “Expanding the Mediterranean Energy Sector: Fueling Regional Growth”. This year’s event will once again focus on the theme of innovation and energy and environmental policies, with a view to transitioning to a sustainable energy mix. The event, which is held every two years, will bring together the CEOs of major energy producing companies and government representatives. The last edition of OMC saw record attendance levels, with over 22,000 visitors, 650 exhibitors from thirty different countries and more than 1,300 delegates, in a 30,000 sq m exhibition space.