Key Producers Of Energy Producing Nations To participate In India Energy Week 2024 In Goa

Energy ministers from Libya, Sudan and Ghana among others to speak at IEW, OPEC secretary general to feature at IEW conference

India Energy Week, 2024, will bring the energy ministers from across the energy producing world and key decision-makers in the oil and gas market under one roof. The IEW platform would serve as a conducive space for collaboration on policies, based on exchange of experiences, to usher the world into a cleaner future.

The prominent foreign-government functionaries speaking at the event include petroleum ministers from Libya, Nigeria, Sudan and energy ministers from Ghana, Djibouti and Sri Lanka, among others.

The top decision-maker body for the oil exporting countries, OPEC, will be represented by its secretary general Haithan Al Ghais.

Shri Hardeep Singh Puri, the Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas & Housing and Urban Affairs will be chairing multiple conferences and sessions at IEW.

Additionally, to provide a 360 degree perspective on the global energy scenario, IEW 2024 will also feature speakers from regulatory bodies, renewable and alternate fuel associations and companies, policy researchers and consultants.

Additionally, IEW 2024 will feature a rich spread of strategic conferences with global decision makers deliberating over the future of sustainable energy.

These sessions will include ministerial panels featuring energy ministers and policymakers from around the world, leadership panels involving global business leaders and industry experts, fireside chats and expert interviews led by Indian policymakers and energy leaders and executive sessions with global leaders at the forefront of business operations.

Some of the sessions are: “India’s Oil Market 2030” and, “Energy supply chain of the future and the impact of the choices of the current fuel mix,” on February 8. “Seismic shifts – harnessing new exploration technology to develop deepwater frontiers” on February 9 and “Ensuring energy security for nations and industry in a VUCA world” on the opening day, among many more.

Dynamic and vibrant Goa will host the second edition of one of the most prestigious energy events, IEW, 2024, between February 6-9 at the IPSHEM-ONGC Training Institute.

Organized by the Federation of Indian Petroleum [FIPI] Industry under the aegis of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India, India Energy Week, 2024 will serve as a catalyst for meaningful discussions, knowledge exchange, and collaboration among industry experts, policy makers, academia and entrepreneurs.

The event is expected to draw over 35,000+ attendees, 350+ exhibitors, 400+ speakers and 4,000+ delegates, from over 100 countries. The event will host an extensive array of exhibitors, spanning core oil field services, lending dynamism to the atmosphere.

Significance of IEW, 2024

India has enjoyed remarkable success in answering the challenges of simultaneously ensuring energy security and energy transition.

The country has responded to the daunting challenge through a slew of measures encompassing, but not limited to, increasing domestic crude oil and natural gas exploration and production, rapidly raising ethanol blending in petrol to cut imports and keep prices affordable, and deploy large-scale renewable power generation capacity at a lower cost than thermal power.

IEW provides an opportunity for the world to learn from India’s dynamic decision making in the face of volatility to ensure accessible, affordable and clean energy to its citizens.

IEW is also expected to highlight India’s leadership in the battle against climate change while allowing stakeholders across the energy spectrum to freely exchange ideas and explore opportunities under one roof.

In India, the world has found a viable template to balance the dual challenges of energy security and energy transition. In Goa, the global energy ecosystem can study India’s template and evolve new strategies for a prosperous and sustainable world.

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