The International Energy Forum (IEF) is one of the largest dialogue platforms on the topics of the world's energy future. The IEF, that counts 72 member governments, facilitates the dialogue between international organizations to help strengthen political cooperation and consolidate the governance of global energy markets. At the forefront of this effort is the trilateral work program established between the IEF and the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). In 2018 the Ministerial Meeting (IEF16) will be hosted by the Indian government with China and South Korea as co-promoters. The agenda for the IEF16 will be based on the results of the IEF15, which took place in Algeria, and will take into account the latest developments in the energy market.
The Conference theme “Mediterranean Potentials – Unlocked Step 2” will address the next wave of investment opportunities in Egypt, taking us to 2020 and beyond and unpack the vision that will encourage international cooperation in the development of Egypt’s oil & gas industry. The Mediterranean basin is a world-class energy source with huge hydrocarbon potential. Recent gas discoveries and established reserves are helping Egypt to establish itself as one of the largest regional energy suppliers and the natural choice to become the Mediterranean Energy HUB.
Denmark and Sweden will be co-hosting the 9th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM). There will be a week-long energy conference – Nordic Clean Energy Week – where key actors both from non-profits, international organisations and businesses will meet. Held in co-operation with Malmö, the conference will focus on promoting the green transition. The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) – consisting of 24 nations and the EU, who together account for 90 percent of all investment in clean energy in the world and 75 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. CEM focuses on practical co-operation, the exchange of good ideas and experiences within green solutions and the involvement of the private sector.
The World Energy Leaders’ Summits (WELS) are exclusive high-level events organised by the World Energy Council to support the global energy leaders’ community in on-going dialogue on important energy matters, including energy transition and transformation. The Argentina WELS Grand Energy Transition – the Latin American Context will be taking place as an official side-event of the 2018 G20 Summit.
MIOGE is Russia’s largest international exhibition of oil and gas equipment and technologies. The exhibition has been taking place since 1993. Visitors are professionals from oil and gas producing and oil service companies and planning institutes responsible for choosing oil and gas equipment. The exhibition is attended by all oil and gas producing regions of Russia and the CIS.