ADIPEC 2016: Conference Expected to Result Fruitful for the Petroleum Market

Industry - Mohit Shah - Nov 14,2016

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adipec 2016 conference expected to result fruitful for the petroleum market

Several decision makers and influential industry rulers are invited for the world-famous oil and gas event in order to discuss energy policies and market solutions

With a significant hike in the global oil prices, ADIPEC is tracked by market analysts as a shining source of light which can help curb the dark phase that currently exists. The capital of UAE is all set to welcome industry leaders and global oil and gas experts for the 19th edition of this international conference. At ADIPEC, regular debates will be held on “‘Strategies for the New Energy Landscape’ which is surely a vital theme that concerns the whole world.

The ADIPEC Conference Programme is organized by Abu Dhabi Oil Company (ADNOC) that brings together 25 country pavilions, 2,000 exhibiting companies, 8,500 delegates and 700 speakers. The presence of around 100,000 trade professionals from 125 different countries help to make this event prominent and beneficial for the betterment of the oil and gas industry.

Popular names like Patrick Pouyanné, chairman and CEO of Total; Saad Sherida Al Kaabi, president and CEO, Qatar Petroleum; Bob Dudley, group chief executive of BP and Claudio Descalzi, CEO, Eni; are the honored speakers for the first three sessions at ADIPEC.

Government decision makers are expected to play a crucial role in this conference and will address one of the two Global Ministerial Dialogues. This session will stress on channelizing sustainability and molding future energy scenarios.

The LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) output tussle between U.S, Australia and the Gulf countries has intensified to a greater level. This issue is also expected to be discussed at ADIPEC for restricting the market reach of the LNG producing countries.

A lot of expectations are tied with this conference because there is a requirement of well-stated strategies so as to nurture the upcoming generation of energy leaders.