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24th World Energy Congress

Branch event
  • Middle East
  • <p>Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre<br /><span class="LrzXr">Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street<br />Abu Dhabi<br />United Arab Emirates</span><br /><br /></p>
  • 9-09-2019
    /
    12-09-2019

The Energy Institute – Middle East Branch will be exhibiting at the forthcoming World Energy Congress at ADNEC, Abu Dhabi. Please come and see us on our stand H9 – 121 in Hall 9.

The theme of the Congress is:

"Navigating the Energy Landscape in Uncertain Times".

The world is developing at a unprecedented rate - how do we meet the world’s energy needs whilst making sure we're not depleting precious resources.

The 24th World Energy Congress provides a snapshot of what keeps CEOs, ministers, policy-makers, regulators and experts awake at night and helps define the world energy agenda going forward.

The event puts into perspective the complex and uncertain environment in which energy leaders must operate and find solutions through which they can challenge their assumptions on the key drivers within the energy landscape.


Speakers

Louise Kingham OBE FEI, CEO of the Energy Institute will be speaking on "Refueling the Talent Pipeline".

The energy professional of the future as the energy industry evolves alongside the advent of AI, IoT and robotisation, new jobs are being created requiring specialist skill sets and existing jobs are being displaced, resulting in a risk of worker shortages for many job functions. What does the energy professional of the future look like? How can the industry attract and retain the right talent?

Peter Godfrey, Managing Director - Asia Pacific, Energy Institute, will be speaking on "The Circular Economy".

As linear consumption reaches its limits, our society must make a fundamental shift from the “take, make, dispose” model to one that “reduces, reuses, recycles” materials. Adopting a circular model is profitable for business and society alike, generating competitiveness and driving sustainable economic growth. The energy industry has a key role in leading this change.

Come and see us on our stand and to make an appointment to meet Louise Kingham or Peter Godfrey, email Trevor Stott-Briggs, Managing Director, Energy Institute - Middle East Branch on tstott-briggs@energyinst.org

For more information about the World Energy Congress, including the full conference programme, please visit - https://www.wec24.org/