EGYPS 2023 Set to Drive the Energy Transition Conversation

EGYPS 2023 Set to Drive the Energy Transition Conversation

Will propel the dialogue on energy security and climate action through collaborative industry efforts

The 6th edition of the Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS) returns to Cairo from 13-15 February 2023 at the Egypt International Exhibition Center to propel the dialogue on energy security and climate action through collaborative industry efforts.

EGYPS 2023 brings an expanded agenda across its conferences with focused programmes covering Strategic, Technical, Finance and Investment in Energy, Equality in Energy, and Sustainability in Energy topics.

It is being held under the patronage of H.E. Abdel Fattah El Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt and with support of the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources.

More than 65-panel discussions, two thousand delegates, and over 260 speakers will convene, engage in dialogue, and identify solutions and strategies that will support the reshaping of global energy markets across the entire oil, gas and energy value chain.

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The two-day Strategic Conference features ministers, C-suite executives, and CEOs of the largest energy companies to share industry insights within the framework of 3 pillars: geopolitical and global economies, energy transition and energy solutions, and the next generation of oil, gas and energy ecosystems.

The conference will address the growing importance of North Africa and the Mediterranean in supporting sustainable global energy supply and demand.

Ministerial-led discussions include the participation of H.E. Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Egypt; Commissioner for Energy at the European Union, Kadri Simson; Chairman, Palestinian Energy & Natural Resources Authority and Zafer Milhem; Equatorial Guinea’s Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons

Other delegates include: Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima; OPEC Secretary General, Haitham Al Ghais; OAPEC Secretary General, Ali Sabt BenSabt; General Director of Observatoire Méditerranéen de l'Energie (OME), and Dr Houda Ben Jannet Allal; Chairman and CEO of Baker Hughes.

The Finance and Investment in Energy Conference returns, bringing global investors, industry leaders, and financial and economic experts.The conference will address stimulating industry growth and transformation.

Panelists will examine forward-looking partnership models for the new energy investment landscape, balancing ESG with energy security and net-zero targets. Plus, a look at the implications of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on oil and gas investment markets.

The Equality in Energy Conference hosts a full day of sessions defining the workforce and workplace of the future, championing equality, diversity and inclusion.

Organisational change management and inclusion and diversity specialists to lead the conversation on how the industry is creating equal, diverse and inclusive workforces and workplaces of the future to deliver sustainable low-carbon business models.

With an ever-increasing focus on sustainability, EGYPS 2023 hosts its Sustainability in Energy Conference with an agenda set to address the rise of CSR, ESG and HSE across the industry.

Bringing together global energy leaders, sustainability and HSE experts to explore how oil and gas operators are integrating sustainability practices into their business models and workplaces ensuring a positive impact on the planet, their employees, and the communities in which they operate.

Spanning the entire oil, gas and energy value chain, the EGYPS Technical Conference has been created from a global industry-wide call for papers campaign featuring 19 technical categories and a thorough two-stage Technical Committee review, comprising over 80 industry specialists.

Across the three days of EGYPS, over 180 technical experts will be speaking in 45 sessions, delivering insights on the latest technical excellence across the world.

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