IP Week

From crisis to low carbon opportunity - A decade of delivery for the oil and gas industry

23-25 February, 2021

Online

Urgent global challenges on the agenda -
watch what happened at IP Week 2020…

2021-02-23 8:00:00
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50+ countries
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1,500 Participants
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200+ companies
Influential senior level executives

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2021 speakers include:

Here's what people said about IP Week 2020:

Steve Holliday FREng FEI, President, Energy Institute:
'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.'

Bernard Looney FREng FEI, CEO, BP:
'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.'

Al Cook, Executive Vice President, Equinor:
'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.'

Ben Ratner, Senior Director, Environmental Defense Fund:
'Climate urgency permeated the room at IP Week 2020 in a way I haven't experienced before at an oil and gas conference.'

Joan MacNaughton CB HonFEI, Chair, The Climate Group:
'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.'

Katherine Dunn, Associate Editor, Fortune magazine:
'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.'

Anna Kachkova, freelance journalist:
'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.'

Matthew Carr, Reporter, Bloomberg:
'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.'

    IP Week 2020 Review

    The Energy Institute placed the climate emergency centre stage at IP Week 2020 for the first time, convening senior leaders from industry, NGOs, investors and academia to discuss urgent global challenges.


    Read the full in-depth review here...


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