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Hosted by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC) is an influential meeting place where oil, gas and energy professionals will convene in-person from 15-18 November, to identify the opportunities lying ahead, reports the latest issue of Oil Review Africa

adipec 2021The last in-person event in 2019 provided opportunities for buyers and sellers to meet, learn, network, do business and discover new products, solutions and technologies. (Image source: ADIPEC)

Under the theme of ‘New market dynamics in a changing energy world’, on 15 November, the first day of the ADIPEC 2021 Strategic Conference opens with a series of must-attend sessions for attendees looking to understand the global trends, demand patterns and mediumand long-term outlook for the industry.

Through a series of panels, interviews, debates, keynote addresses, live studio commentary and live sessions, the Strategic Conference will continue on 16-18 November, each day under a major theme. On Tuesday 16 November, industry leaders and experts will shed light on the new energy agenda and the opportunities it presents. Wednesday 17 November takes a look at how to build the energy company of the future and what these new business models and investment flows will look like. Thursday 18 November examines how innovations and transformational technology are supporting the energy transition.

Through dedicated hydrogen sessions at the ADIPEC Strategic Conference, the global oil, gas and energy industry will gain key insights from the industry leaders at the forefront of the hydrogen industry. Discussions will include new business models and strategies required to unlock, create and maximise value from hydrogen’s potential as a future clean energy source.

The ADIPEC Technical Conference provides the opportunity to learn, meet and network with more than 8,000 fellow engineers from around the world, working in different oil and gas producing environments and facing different challenges.

Read the full report in the latest issue of Oil Review Africa