Why attend

International Energy Week

Formerly known as IP Week, International Energy Week is the place where oil and gas industry leaders will be joined by senior officials and influencers from the wider energy world, as well as government representatives, environmental NGOs, and scientists and academics, to assess the technologies, business models, and skills needed for a net zero future.

Conferences and round-table discussions provide a platform where delegates can debate key issues, share new ideas and insights, and network to form new partnerships.

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Delegates can

Learn about key developments in the global oil and gas industry and the wider energy industry

Discuss the current challenges and debate their potential solutions

Gain a better understanding of the future scenarios facing the sector

Network with industry peers and leading sector figures

Attending companies

(This list is a sample of the variety of participants that International Energy Week attracts)

IPCC, Shell, Equinor, OPEC, IEA, OGCI Climate Investments, BP, Brazilian Wind Energy Association, Carbon Tracker, World Economic Forum, China Energy Security Institute, Institute of Energy Economics Japan, North Sea Transition Authority, IEF, Vitol, MOL, Maersk, Amec, Blackrock, Foster Wheeler, PwC, ConocoPhillips, Nexen, GE Oil & Gas, Qatar Petroleum, Emirates National Oil Company, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, Standard Chartered, TES Hydrogen, Africa Matters, Scottish Power, Cairn Energy, Oando PLC, CITAC Africa, Deloitte, Helios Investment Partners, TotalEnergies, JKX Oil and Gas, SOCAR, Energy Saving Trust, NNPC, Government of Fujairah, Bank of America, JERA, JLC China, Hydrocarbons of Mexico, Kuwait Petroleum International, BAPCO (Bahrain Petroleum Company), Accenture, IBM, Eni, Toyota Motor Europe, UNFCCC, ExxonMobil, JERA, Dana Gas, Cheniere Energy, Delek Drilling, Amni International Petroleum Resources, Siemens, Societe Generale, Schlumberger, Litgas, Tullow Oil, ├śrsted, World Energy Council, APICORP, Belize Natural Energy, IRENA, Drax Group, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Saudi Aramco, Etihad Airways, CNOOC, J.P. Morgan, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, World Health Organization (WHO), Chatham House, LADOL, ADNOC, Amni, Croatian Hydrocarbon Agency, DNV GL, Egyptian Refining Company, Energean, Environmental Defense Fund, ERM, EY, Financial Times, Goldman Sachs, Gulf Downstream Association, Japan Tuna Fisheries Corporation, Kosmos Energy, Masdar, McKinsey, Ministry of Petroleum & Mining, Port of Huelva, Reuters, S&P Global Platts, POWERful Women, The Climate Group

International Energy Week participant profile

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“I wouldn’t be sitting here if it wasn’t for IP Week, because two of my career moves was because of contacts that I got at IP Week. So it’s about learning things, but also about learning people”

Centrica Energy – Power Generation

“I would like to thank you for your hospitality at the IP Week Dinner. I thought the event was a great celebration of the role EI have played in shaping the industry over the past 100 years. The G9 chose well for their secretariat… I had a very enjoyable evening with some good networking opportunities”

Standard Chartered Bank

"IP Week is one of the highest profile events in the Oil & Gas industry calendar. Like previous years, the event was very well attended by senior executives from among our clients and other companies in the African energy sector. This gave us an excellent platform for strong engagement and networking to develop deeper relationships and new business opportunities. We were able to deepen our engagement with a number of clients and other participants"


“We are delighted to be involved in IP Week, as it is a great opportunity to engage with other industry players and the industry’s stakeholders. The breadth of content covered during the conference is impressive.”


"As one of the key events for the international oil and gas community, IP Week offers an outstanding forum to engage with industry leaders, to share views on the sector’s strategic challenges and opportunities. We are therefore delighted to be taking part, once again, in this event and to be giving a keynote presentation. As the world’s population continues to expand and, along with it, the use of energy, our industry faces a collective opportunity to support economic growth whilst managing environmental impact. We look forward to discussing these and other issues relating to the provision of a safe and reliable energy supply for the world within the excellent context of IP Week"