Global oil and gas markets and investment are today being defined and redefined by geopolitics, sustainability and technology.
For IP Week 2019, the Energy Institute brings together high-level industry figures and thinkers on energy, helping senior leaders to assess the state of play and prognosis across these key themes.
Navigating uncertainty, transition and change presents challenges and opportunities for leaders across the oil and gas industry. IP Week puts dialogue around these issues centre stage.
Hosted by the Energy Institute and put together by leading industry experts, the event is a renowned and respected fixture in the annual calendar. It sees more than 1,500 senior executives from around the world gather in London for three days of conferences, seminars, round-tables and social events, bringing together the knowledge, experience and expertise of the most senior figures from across the landscape.
Below are some key insights from a few of the most prominent speakers at IP Week 2018:
IP Week is renowned for providing exceptional networking opportunities. Receptions, coffee breaks, lunches and the industry’s flagship event - the IP Week Dinner offer an excellent platform for making connections with industry leaders and other fellow oil and gas professionals from across the globe.
Read our March supplement, which highlights the key issues, messages and takeaways from IP Week 2018.
IP Week 2018 presentation by Dr. Babatunde Adeniran, FNMGS, Chief Operating Officer, NNPC Venture, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
U.S. Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette, a key figure in the Trump administration, completes the high-profile speaker line up for IP Week 2018