ADIPEC 2016 to kickstart in Abu Dhabi from November 7
Global Oil and Gas leaders will participate to chalk out strategies on energy and future for mankind. The event will take place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, from November 7-10.
In an effort to optime efficiency and enhancing performance, world oil and gas leaders are attending ADIPEC 2016 at Abu Dhabi in UAE from November 7 to 10.
Global Oil and Gas leaders will participate to chalk out strategies on energy and future for mankind.
The event is held at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, from November 7 to 10.
Considered as world’s most influential event for the oil and gas industry, it will highlight new developments in technology and innovation from all over the world and the evolving energy supply mix.
H.E. Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, UAE Minister of State and ADNOC Group CEO, observed, “Our industry’s landscape is changing, and ADNOC is evolving to meet the realities of the new energy era."
“We now have a new strategy and five-year plan in place to deliver a more profitable upstream, a more valuable downstream, a more economic and sustainable gas supply, and a world class workforce. This will ensure ADNOC remains a key driver of the UAE’s prosperity, creating lasting value for our people, our business and the economy.
“Our aim is to improve the organisation’s efficiencies and identify opportunities to further optimise our value chain. At the same time, we will be making strategic, commercially viable and targeted investments, aimed at building on our legacy of success and ensuring our continued growth.”
UAE Ministry of Energy stated it is looking forward to be part of evolving global supply mix. This strategy includes boosting natural gas production to meet growing domestic demand.
“We are committed to being a reliable world supplier of hydrocarbons, but we also recognise that the industry is going through a transformation,” said H.E. Suhail Mohammad Faraj Faris Al Mazrouei, UAE Minister of Energy and a key speaker in ADIPEC’s Ministerial Sessions.
The include two Ministerial Sessions, three Global Business Leader Sessions, eight Panel Sessions, eight Offshore & Marine Sessions, eight Women in Energy Sessions among others.