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Transitioning out of crisis
Convened by the Energy Institute’s sector experts, International Energy Week 2023 is the global conference focused on transitioning out of the geopolitical and environmental crises facing energy.
Building on the renowned legacy of IP Week, the 2023 conference brings together senior figures from across the energy industry, investors, government, academia, and NGOs at a critical time.
Climate change impacts and projections are worsening; international prices post-COVID are volatile and hitting consumers hard; and the effects of Russia’s devastating invasion of Ukraine are rippling out across the global economy.
The energy transition offers enduring solutions, some immediate, others longer-term. Our conference is where the latest strategic thinking, intelligence, and opportunities are shared, and collaboration happens. The business models, technological innovation, people, and skills that can help us transition to a more sustainable, secure, affordable energy future.
Over three days of high-profile keynotes, panel discussions and networking – in person in London and online – the week attracts more than 1,000 delegates from around the globe and culminates in the prestigious International Energy Week Dinner.
International Energy Week is the essential annual fixture for those leading on corporate strategy, business development, and technological innovation, those wanting to retain a competitive edge, and anyone seeking insight into the great challenges facing humanity.
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What we heard at International Energy Week 2022
Rachel Kyte receives EI President’s Award at International Energy Week 2022
Steve Holliday: ‘The energy industry has come together’
IP Week becomes IE Week – but what does the change mean?
A look back on International Energy Week
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International Energy Week
Transitioning out of crisis
Here's what people said about International Energy Week:
"A stellar programme"
"An inspired choice of speakers, it’s what differentiates International Energy Week"
"A great conference with superb panellists"
"We aspire for IP Week to be the pre-eminent event for thinking, discussing and creating collaboration in tackling the dual challenge of economic development and climate change."
"I am very happy to see the energy transition as a big part of this year's conference as we head towards COP26 in Glasgow. That makes me very proud to be a Fellow of the Energy Institute - and prouder still that BP is a big supporter."
"Events like IP Week are absolutely critical. It's very important that we get different voices in the room, rather than different voices shouting at each other from different rooms. In a polarised world, it's really important that we have panels that look not just at the challenges but also the solutions."
"Climate urgency permeated the room at IP Week 2020 in a way I haven't experienced before at an oil and gas conference."
"It’s really fantastic that the energy transition, the need to address climate change, has been put front and centre of the IP Week agenda. So I want to congratulate the sector and the people who’ve organised the event for taking that very bold step."
"If IP Week felt like a mediated confrontation between the tensions of public pressure over climate change, and what the future of energy companies will look like, it was still a notable shift."
"The way climate dominated this year’s IP Week illustrated the increasing sense of urgency among the oil and gas industry in addressing the issue."
"Last year, protesters glued their hands to the doors of the conference venue complaining of record winter heat. This year, climate experts were invited in and given the floor."
"The work the Energy Institute (EI) does in driving forward new thinking on the transition is absolutely critical."
Driving the energy transition - John MacArthur, Chair of International Energy Week 2022 and Group Climate Change Officer at ADNOC.
A bright energy future lies ahead as the world transitions to a low-carbon future, says John, as he gives an insight into what to expect at International Energy Week 2022
Q & A with Nick Walker, President and CEO of Lundin Energy
Given the challenges during 2020, what have been the key lessons for Lundin Energy?
EI President Steve Holliday FREng FEI discusses the importance of IP Week
'2050? Talk 2030, and you’ve got my attention'. Read the full interview in Petroleum Review.
Supporting a kingdom of change - Q&A with Reem Abdullah Al-Ghanim in Petroleum Review
Workplace diversity is key to success, says Reem Abdullah Al-Ghanim, Head of HR & Support Services in Chemicals Business, Saudi Aramco, who will be speaking at IP Week 2021.
Jean-Francois Gauthier, VP, Sales and Marketing at GHGSat discusses the space race to cut emissions
Cutting greenhouse gas emissions is key to a low carbon future, says Jean-Francois Gauthier, VP, Sales and Marketing, GHGSat, an EI Company Member. Read the full interview in November's Petroleum Review.
IP Week 2020 photos
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Dr Leena Srivastava discusses how India is tackling poverty, pollution and skill set development, as the country transitions to a low carbon future
Read the full interview in February's Petroleum Review