As we look toward a more sustainable future, many companies in the energy industry have pledged to reduce their carbon emissions to achieve carbon neutrality in the long term.
Companies in the oil and gas sectors, whose core business models are after all based on producing and processing hydrocarbons, have seized this opportunity to not only transform their operations but diversify their offer.
But these long-term goals to pursue decarbonisation rely on several steps that often prove to be difficult and slow to implement. The industry is being challenged to meet the ever-present demand for energy security, while simultaneously reducing their environmental impact.
That is why it is vital to include the energy companies themselves in the sustainability conversation. To enhance their participation, ADIPEC has announced it will host a decarbonisation exhibition as part of its annual event.
ADIPEC’s Decarbonisation Zone will provide an influential platform to navigate the decarbonisation pathway. Here, sector participants will have opportunities to gain access to innovative products, technologies and solutions dedicated to green goals. From managing methane leaks, to commercialising new energy and carbon capture and storage, there are several solutions to decarbonisation that can – and must – be shared, discussed, and tackled together.
As the world’s most influential gathering for energy industry professionals, ADIPEC is an opportunity to convene the global energy ecosystem to collaborate and speed up the transition process. By connecting different corporation in the industry, we can unlock real value in a decarbonised future and explore new technologies and solutions to the challenges and opportunities presented on the journey to net-zero.
Join us from 31st October to 3rd November to learn about ground-breaking technologies and explore actionable strategies to accelerate the energy transition.
DRIVING SMART, SUSTAINABLE AND RELIABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS
ADIPEC 2022 will gather policy makers, energy CEOs and industry professionals, from across the globe, to spearhead discussions focused on key global energy trends, policy formation, and geopolitical factors.