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International Petroleum Week

"International oil and gas trade show."
International Petroleum Week is an international platform for all oil and gas industries to gather. The event involves professionals and business industries related to oil and gas sector, gathered under a single roof, with an aim to flourish the sector and resolve various issues faced by the industries. The professionals gather in the conference and discuss various issues and problems faced by the industries and then resolving them by a common consensus generated by the professionals. The event also focuses on creating new technological inventions keeping sustainable development in mind to promote a healthy perspective from the oil and gas industry.


9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (General)

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Visitors: 20,000 - 50,000*
Exhibitors: 1500 (Estimated)
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Power & Energy


26-28 Feb 2019 Interested
20-22 Feb 2018
21-23 Feb 2017
09-11 Feb 2016

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Georges Poinçot-Leopardi

Georges Poinçot-Leopardi

Chairman & CEO at FuelEnex Paris, France
renu gihar

renu gihar

matt brooks

matt brooks

controlled bolting at Gee-Force Hydraulics Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom


Project Manager at ROYAL TRANSIT UGANDA LIMITED Kampala, Uganda




Nuraina Boville

Nuraina Boville

Direc at ViVasity London, United Kingdom

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4 Feb 2018 Edition George H. Stein Reviewed on 26 Feb 2018 Managing Director at Commodity Talent LLC
Good conference. Got to meet lots of contacts.

4 Mar 2017 Edition Muharrem Ince Reviewed on 07 Mar 2017 Director, New Ventures at Schlumberger
I was expecting more O&G operating companies in London. However, it was well organized event. Thanks.

5 Feb 2017 Edition Giorgio Di Giorgio Reviewed on 24 Feb 2017 Marketing Director at Maritime Ltd
Great and interesting event as usual

5 Feb 2017 Edition Anthony Akorley Reviewed on 24 Feb 2017 Ceo at GIG GROUP Ghana LTD and RIGSERVE
It was q good event

Schedule & Agenda

Tue, 26 FebDay 1
Tue, 26 Feb 09:00 AM - 01:00 PMOil and Gas industryThe global energy market has undergone dramatic changes over the past few years and the rapid evolution of the energy system is creating new opportunities and challenges for business leaders, consumers and governments alike. The industry is at a crossroads, contemplating its future directions as it faces the dual challenges of delivering energy competitively and sustainably over the coming decades.
Tue, 26 Feb 02:00 PM - 06:00 PMThe Geopolitics of Oil and GasSince the industrial revolution, the geopolitics of energy has been a driving factor in global security and prosperity. Over the coming decades, global energy and geopolitical scenarios will continue to change, as those working in the energy sector continue to navigate the ever-evolving political landscape.
Wed, 27 FebDay 2
Wed, 27 Feb 08:00 AM - 08:45 AMBP Energy Outlook 2019The global energy system is facing a dual challenge. Providing much more energy while significantly reducing emissions. The 2019 Energy Outlook considers the future of global energy demand by exploring the forces shaping the energy transition out to 2040. This one-hour breakfast briefing, followed by a moderated discussion, will give delegates an opportunity to understand some of the important factors shaping energy markets, including the risks and uncertainties.
Wed, 27 Feb 09:00 AM - 12:05 PMThe New Era for Energy in the Global Response to Climate ChangeThe Paris Agreement was signed on Dec 12, 2015, by 196 governments at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21), with the objective of defining a new era in the global response to climate change. With time running out to alleviate the worst impacts of climate change on people and on our planet, what role will the oil and gas industry play in the energy transition going forward?
Wed, 27 Feb 01:05 PM - 04:05 PMActions to Tackle Climate ChangeThe bulk of emissions derive from our demand for energy. The largest contributor is carbon dioxide, emitted when fossil fuels are burnt to meet those demands. To limit the most damaging impacts of climate change, we need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions globally. Change will involve a combination of new technologies, processes and human behaviour. There will also be a need to adapt to climate change impacts that are now unavoidable.
Wed, 27 Feb 01:05 PM - 05:50 PMThe New Frontier for Africa’s Oil and GasThe increased costs of oil and gas production are seeing global energy majors build production and refining capability closer to new sources of oil and gas in Africa’s fast-growing emerging and frontier markets. Change has been rapid and widespread and recently, a host of new finds across Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Senegal, Mauritania, Tanzania and Uganda have significantly boosted sub-Saharan Africa’s traditional upstream players. Exploration is also continuing in a number of other prospects. This has transformed the continent’s energy outlook and its relevance to global energy markets, especially in East Asia.
Wed, 27 Feb 01:05 PM - 03:00 PMRussia’s role in the global oil and gas businessOil and natural gas have been a key part of the Russian economy for decades and are extremely important for Russia’s future economic development. As a huge gas player with large onshore fields attached to existing infrastructure, as well as being geographically situated between the giant markets of Asia and Europe, how will the Russian oil and gas market evolve going forward?
Wed, 27 Feb 03:10 PM - 04:30 PMEnvironmental, Social and Corporate GovernanceGlobal oil and gas businesses are constantly subject to significant changes and external pressures, whether it be fluctuations in supply and demand, competition, disruption from new technologies, changes in organisational structures or constraints from government policies. With significant investments required to meet the future demand of energy, how companies continue to respond to these challenges and opportunities will play a central role for investors in the decision-making processes.
Wed, 27 Feb 03:10 PM - 04:00 PMDownstream Supply Chain Fuel AuthenticationAs the downstream fuel supply chain becomes increasingly complex, oil and gas companies are held accountable for assuring fuel quality from the terminal to the retail site. So how can companies protect their revenue, brand reputation and customers, and thrive in supply and distribution chain complexity?
Wed, 27 Feb 03:15 PM - 04:40 PMThe growth of oil and gas production in the Caspian Sea regionThe Caspian region lies in a geographically strategic place, connecting Central Asia to Europe and Russia to the Middle East. The Caspian region is one of the oldest oil-producing areas in the world and is an increasingly important source of global energy production. There are significant oil and natural gas reserves from both offshore deposits in the Caspian Sea itself, as well as onshore fields in the region.
Thu, 28 FebDay 3
Thu, 28 Feb 09:00 AM - 10:50 AMThe Middle East Energy SummitGlobal supplies are expected to top 100 million barrels per day by the end of 2018, with the IEA maintaining its forecast of strong global oil demand growth of 1.3 million bpd in 2018, and 1.6 million bpd in 2019. Demand will continue to remain strong as new players enter the equation and chinks in the oil production chain continue to hamper international production.
Thu, 28 Feb 11:10 AM - 12:55 PMWhat to Watch Out for in DownstreamAs many in the downstream oil and gas sector see a return to industry growth and increased financial returns following years of volatile oil prices, what impact will regulations surrounding the industry place on the sector now and in the future?
Thu, 28 Feb 11:10 AM - 03:30 PMThe Digital RevolutionFor many oil and gas companies, technology is fundamental way to unlock future profitability. Advancement in technologies, the falling cost of digitalisation, and the ever-widening connectivity of devices provides real competition and opportunities for upstream oil and gas companies to boost efficiency globally, whilst also taking advantage of further cost reduction and increased productivity.
Thu, 28 Feb 01:55 PM - 03:30 PMMarine Fuels Workshop
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2664 EUR EI company member
2268 EUR EI individual member
2844 EUR Non-member
2268 EUR Civil servants, academia and public sector
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