Agenda

IP Week 2019 Conference Programme

Session
Speakers
Time
Venue
Defining the challenge

Tuesday 25th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
Access to energy and climate change - where are we on the journey to 2030?

  • Progress towards SDG 4 and 7
  • The pace and rate of change to date and what is required going forwards
  • What energy can achieve as an enabler of wellbeing
  • What more needs to be done

A view from the financial and investment community

Tuesday 25th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
A view from the NGO community

Tuesday 25th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
A view from civil society

Tuesday 25th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
A view from the State

Tuesday 25th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Defining our role and delivering low carbon energy

Tuesday 25th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Ingredients for the recipe of success – what are the enablers of change that we need?

Tuesday 25th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
IP Week drinks reception

Tuesday 25th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
Enjoy drinks and canapés, as you network with high-level speakers and attendees

Session
Speakers
Time
Venue
BP Energy Outlook 2020

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
Today’s geopolitical influences and how they are changing and affecting markets

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
What role does geopolitics play in a low carbon world – how does it shift, what are the drivers and what impact could it have?

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Shifting politics and power as the industry transforms

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Africa Outlook : driving sustainable growth for transforming economies

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Asia Outlook

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Evening event: EI Young Professionals panel debate and discussion

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
The new frontier for Africa’s oil and gas

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Russia’s role in the global oil and gas business

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
The growth of oil and gas production in the Caspian Sea region

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Briefing: Downstream supply chain fuel authentication: assuring fuel integrity from terminal to pump

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Briefing: Portfolio Optimisation – leveraging disruption

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Young Professionals Network (YPN): Future-proofing your Career: Role of IOCs in the Energy Transition

Wednesday 26th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
TBC
Session
Speakers
Time
Venue
Middle East Summit

Thursday 27th February

TBC
Inter Continental Park Lane
Does the Middle East provide a showcase hub for energy system integration, as the local economic contribution of oil and gas is balanced with the growing need to expand renewables, storage and introduce demand side solutions for better energy use?

  • What are producers doing to reduce emissions of carbon and methane in current operations?
  • What are the potential technology solutions for a cleaner energy future in the region?
  • ‘Diplomacy award’ becomes the ‘Industry Transformation Award’ in the region

IP Week Dinner

Thursday 27th February

18:45 - 00:00
Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London
Network with the biggest names in the energy industry at the IP Week Dinner, one of the largest social gatherings in the oil and gas industry calendar. Every year this event attracts over 1,000 guests from all over the world.

Young Professional Networking

Future-proofing your Career: Role of IOCs in the Energy Transition

The EI London and Home Counties YPN Committee held a speaker panel event and drinks reception on 27 February 2019 from 19:00 – 21:00.

About the event:

The energy mix continues to diversify with an increase in low carbon investment influenced by growing environmental concern, changing energy policy, and advancing technology. Mention of “Peak Oil” has been replaced with a renewed focus on improving efficiency and productivity, and innovative ways to de-carbonise and diversify portfolios. Fossil fuels still provide for most of our energy needs, and there is growing demand globally that cannot be met with renewable energy sources alone, or at least with today’s technology. We also know that historically, energy transitions have taken time, but the pace of future change remains uncertain. All of this, while the oil industry is setting itself up for success in the UKCS, by becoming more resilient to the tumultuous oil price and market changes, with improving behaviours, efficiency, and increasing project investment, as part of the industry’s shared ambition for “Vision 2035”.

Delegates who attended this speaker panel event got to hear senior industry leaders debate the main opportunities and challenges facing the oil and gas industry in the next 10 years and engage in discussion and networking with peers over a few drinks.

Associate Members:

AMEI's can also attend the rest of IP Week at a substantially discounted rate with unique access to leaders and opinion formers, and networking opportunities. Why not ask your employer to show their commitment to your professional development by paying for your registration? View the rates.

Feedback from previous delegates:

“Best panel discussion at a young professionals networking event”
“Excellent evening of discussion”
“Great opportunity to meet senior industry leaders”
“I learned more about the industry and what is developing”
“I have a clearer view of what I want to do next”
“Inspiring”

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