Women in Energy

WOMEN IN ENERGY

 

On Emirati Women's Day 2016, ADNOC announced it is seeking to appoint at least one female CEO within its group of operating companies. It has also set a target to ensure 15 per cent of senior managers will be women, as well as committing to increasing the number of new Emirati women recruits to 30 per cent by 2020.

 

ADIPEC's annual Women In Energy Conference has become a global meeting place of the finest female minds in the industry. In the mixed gender forum, topics under discussion included a panel session regarding female pioneers in the energy sector and a interview with Dr Carole Nakhle, Director and Founder, Crystol Energy.

 

Four case studies examined investment opportunities in the upstream sector, innovative technology in Germany's exploration and production sector; how NOCs are working to bridge the supply and demand gap for gas, and the latest technology being employed in the offshore and marine sector.

 

The forum ended with three panel discussions, covering how the industry can support the clean energy revolution, innovating through the downturn, and a look at business women in the global energy industry.

 

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