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ADIPEC 2022- The Future of Energy : Secure, Affordable and Sustainable

Updated: May 15, 2023

“Maximum energy minimum emissions’’ was the underlying theme in the opening address of H.E Dr Sultan Al Jaber at the 38th edition of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition Conference (ADIPEC), held under the patronage of the UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Taking place pre-COP27, ADIPEC 2022 is positioned as the global forum for leaders to reinforce strategies and commitments that will drive the industry towards reducing emissions and meeting net-zero goals.

Our Partners Our Partners Haig Barrett Inc - CAG International were present at the #adipec2022 2022 together with other policymakers, energy leaders and industry professionals for an unparalleled opportunity to share insights on the latest trends affecting the global energy ecosystem including geopolitical shifts, the evolving global economy, energy supply and next-generation energy solutions.

With the return of the Conference of Parties (COP) to the Middle East by way of #cop27 and #cop28 , ADIPEC is positioned to advance the industry’s ambitions in relation to climate change, the energy transition and net-zero energy systems along with the business and operating model changes required to support them.

At Oclas Group we understand the role of Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technologies as a major contributor to energy transition strategies and how recent investments are driving technology advancements which is why the strategic session “ Accelerating progress in carbon capture, utilization and storage” with panellists Steve Kelly, Joao Henrique Rittershaussen, Mohamed Abdulla Al Marzouqi, Laure Mandrou and moderated by Dr Carole Nakhle stood out to us.

With the goal of driving attendees to understand the evolving role of energy companies, portfolio diversification and their role as a partner or competitors to utilities, the session “The blurred lines between oil, gas and utilities: partners or industry competitors” was moderated by Eithne Treanor, Media Trainer and Communications Expert with panellist Bart Cornelissen.

The expert session “The net-zero goals: building momentum in low carbon technologies” with panellist Thierry Conti was also moderated by Eithne Treanor, Media Trainer and Communications Expert with the aim of giving attendees insight into the critical pathway for the successful development of low carbon technologies and evolving business models required to accommodate them.

At Oclas Group, Our energy transition services cover the whole energy value chain. We will work with you from strategy to execution and ongoing operations.

Our in-house sustainability experts are ready to assist you with setting out the business case for energy transformation to selecting the appropriate risk management and expansion frameworks.

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