ADIPEC 2020 – Virtual
Nov 9, 2020 - Nov 12, 2020
dmg events, organiser of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), and with the support of its strategic partner and host, the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), has announced that the ADIPEC Strategic and Technical Conference will take place virtually between November 9 and 12, 2020.
ADIPEC is the world’s largest and most influential event for the oil and gas industry and attracted a record breaking 155,000+ attendees in 2019, bringing together Energy Ministers, global CEOs and leading decision makers alongside the companies that shape the future of oil and gas supply across 4 days of focused business, dialogue and knowledge transfer that addresses today’s energy needs and defines tomorrow’s energy landscape.
ADIPEC gives 2,200+ exhibitors unparalleled access to the top decision-makers in the oil and gas industry and is the ideal platform to create new business opportunities, strengthen existing relationships and network across the entire energy sector, with an estimated $18.9 Billion worth of business agreements taking place across the 4 days.
Offshore & Marine offers invaluable opportunities to meet key decision makers from national and international oil companies, along with all those operating across the industry eco-system.
It is where the global maritime oil and gas industry meets to plan for a sustainable and profitable future. A major focus of Offshore & Marine, which runs alongside ADIPEC, will be logistics, from rig deployment, to operations, project management, to services and supplies and finally along the value chain to the customer.
Offshore & Marine will be showcasing break-throughs in shallow and deep water technology, including inspection, repair and maintenance equipment, diving apparatus, underwater vessels and communication devices.
Because of its commitment to best practice and overall industry excellence, ADIPEC Offshore & Marine receives the support and backing of the major global oil and gas associations, governmental energy bodies and IOCs and NOCs.