ABU DHABI, 29 October 2022 (WAM) — Tayba Al Hashemi, Chair of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2022 and CEO of ADNOC Sour Gas, said this year’s edition ushers in a new era. said. The country will strengthen its global leadership on the future of energy.
In an interview with The Emirates News Agency (WAM), Al-Hashemi said the event, which takes place at a time when the global economic and geopolitical outlook is bleak, highlights the unity and convening power of Abu Dhabi at the heart of the global dialogue. He said it would strengthen the UAE’s position as a power. Solutions for the future of energy.
Al-Hashemi said, “ADIPEC 2022 will connect the world, spark innovation and foster cooperation to discuss and debate viable solutions that simultaneously meet energy security and climate goals.” ADIPEC 2022, held just a week ago and one year before COP28 in the UAE, will play a key role in fostering industry cooperation and engagement in the global climate conversation, ensuring that it is realistic and We ensure that it is inclusive and fair.”
“This year, more than ever before, we will convene senior industry leaders, global policymakers and innovators. We also look forward to welcoming a new organization to ADIPEC this year, which will create a politically agnostic platform to address the wider climate and energy transition. to reach a more global audience representing the transition debate,” she added.
Commenting on the event’s growth rate, Al Hashemi said: A key strategic platform for the entire global industry to advance the energy future.
“In 2022, events will return to pre-pandemic levels, with 150,000 visitors expected in a week. In addition, ADIPEC 2022 will be the most international ever, with more World Government Ministers will participate and more countries will exhibit.”
Al Hashemi emphasized that ADNOC is a pioneer in reducing carbon emissions and will continue to push the boundaries of what is possible to reduce the carbon intensity of its products. “We are expanding our competitive low-carbon production and product portfolio, such as gas and blue ammonia. We are continuously investing and innovating to decarbonize our production, Through ADNOC, Taqa and Mubadala’s investments in Masdar, we are accelerating the emergence of renewable energy and green hydrogen power plants,” she affirmed.
The ADIPEC Chair will present “The Future of Energy: Secure, Affordable and Sustainable”, the flagship event for the global energy industry.
Al-Hashemi will discuss the long-term impact of geopolitics on the global economy and energy industry, how to solve the short-term challenges of energy supply in Europe, and how to address today’s energy needs while industry invests in the energy system. I explained that I will explain how to provide tomorrow’s.
“In recognition of ADIPEC’s thought leadership in delivering the future of energy, influential organizations are present to showcase the latest data and analysis. It also includes the United Nations Environment Programme, which is developing a global economy, and OPEC, which is publishing its Global Oil Outlook report,” she noted.
The ADIPEC Awards celebrate innovators and disruptors across the global energy system, with over 1,000 outstanding entries from over 60 countries around the world.
“This award recognizes and rewards global industry achievers who are harnessing the power of transformation and innovation. This year we have two new awards focused on low-carbon collaboration and industry pioneers. Al-Hashemi concluded that the newly categorized ADIEPC Awards will propel the industry towards a diverse and sustainable future full of new possibilities.