World Energy Conference kicks off in Abu Dhabi

World Energy Conference
The conference aims to chart independent energy standards.

The World Energy Conference, the first of its kind in the Middle East, will take place from September 9 to 12 in Abu Dhabi, following the UAE National Committee’s victory in hosting the 24th edition, confirming its position as a center for global energy debate.

What is the aim of the World Energy Conference?

The World Energy Conference aims to chart independent energy standards:

The 24th World Energy Conference kicked off on Monday in Abu Dhabi, with 72 ministers and 500 executives, taking part in the largest international gathering to address the challenges of the sector and shape the world’s energy future.

World Energy Conference

The conference aims to chart independent energy standards.

Under the patronage of the President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan,

The conference was launched to

  • meet the challenges and develop a roadmap for the future of global energy.

In more than 80 panel discussions, the 24th World Energy Conference will review energy issues and developments in the sector.

As well as, Participants in the conference will discuss developments in the energy sector in all its components of oil, gas and electricity.

As well as the development of sources of:

  • clean coal
  • renewable and nuclear energy
  • transport
  • energy efficiency
  • finance
  • investment
  • other sectors that affect and are affected by the energy sector.

Eventually, The conference is an ideal platform for larger and more diversified energy talks, given the significant development in the regional and global energy industry.

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