The 6th Eastern Mediterranean Gas Conference (EMGC) takes place in Nicosia, Cyprus, on 6-7 March 2019. It is the most exclusive forum of the oil and gas industry, attracting senior oil and gas business leaders, investors, and government decision maker. It provides attendees with the latest information on the region’s developing natural gas industry, and the ability to gain entry to regional markets and seek potential new business partners
Under the overall theme, ‘Innovative Solutions for Environmental Challenges and Sustainable Consumption and Production’, UNEA-4 will address: environmental challenges related to poverty and natural resources management, including sustainable food systems, food security and halting biodiversity loss; life-cycle approaches to resource efficiency, energy, chemicals and waste management; and innovative sustainable business development at a time of rapid technological change.
New World of Rivalries: Reshaping the Energy Future
IHS Markit CERAWeek, the energy mega-conference scheduled from 11 to 15 March in Houston, has reached its 38th edition this year. Entitled “New World Rivalries: Reshaping the Energy Future”, the event will see political leaders, international experts and business leaders analyse the evolution of the energy markets, the impact of government and environmental policies, technology, geopolitics and the global economy.
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.
COPEAM, a non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of dialogue and cultural integration in the Mediterranean Region, will hold its 26th annual conference in Split, Croatia, on April 4-6, 2019. The title of this year’s event is “Changing societies: communicating diversities”. The conference will see the involvement of the major players from the audiovisual sector, including public radio and television services from 27 counties in the area, as well as professional and cultural associations and organizations, higher education and specialist training institutions, independent producers and local authorities from Europe, the Balkans, North Africa and the Middle East.