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A three-day forum for energy leaders to debate and shape sustainable solutions to the energy challenges of the 21st century.
THE FORUM RETURNS TO LONDON
OCTOBER 4-6, 2022
INTERCONTINENTAL LONDON PARK LANE
TODAY'S ENERGY SHOCK
The world is navigating its greatest energy challenge in a generation. War in Europe has upended corporate strategies and government policies. Energy geopolitics and security of supply are back at the top of the agenda.
Everyone – politicians, executives and broader society – feels whiplashed by events. Companies and governments suddenly face conflicting pressures to provide more oil and gas supply now, while maintaining or accelerating the low-carbon transition.
How will they resolve this? What is the best balance of fossil fuels, renewables and nuclear power? The safest, quickest road to energy security and independence? At the 2022 Energy Intelligence Forum, decision-makers and innovators from the worlds of energy, finance, politics and civil society will debate how to navigate volatility and uncertainty to forge an energy future that is reliable, affordable and clean.
HEALTH NOTICE: In view of ongoing concerns related to the spread of the Coronavirus and in order to keep our guests, partners, suppliers and staff as safe as possible, Energy Intelligence will be following all local governmental health regulations and guidelines. Specific information regarding this will be available closer to the event date.
Energy Intelligence has announced that H.E. Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, Qatar’s Minister of State for Energy Affairs and President and CEO of QatarEnergy, has been named as Energy Intelligence’s Energy Executive of the Year for 2022.
The award recognizes Mr. Al-Kaabi’s pivotal role in developing Qatar’s world-leading natural gas capabilities over the last decade, and his timely and ambitious decisions to ensure the country remains dominant in global LNG for decades to come.
The Energy Executive of the Year Award is the international energy industry’s most prestigious honor given in recognition of outstanding executive leadership in the energy sector. >>>
VIDEO – Sonya Savage, Minister of Energy, Government of Alberta
Energy Intelligence Chief Opec Correspondent Amena Bakr talks with Alberta's Minister of Energy, Sonya Savage, about why Western states need to continue investing upstream and how geopolitics impacts the energy transition.