ADIPEC 2014: Challenges and opportunities for the next 30 years

Posted on 05 August 2014

The Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), a multi-disciplinary conference, targets international and regional oil and gas professionals involved in both technical and non-technical functions. “Challenges and Opportunities for the Next 30 Years” is the theme for this year’s conference, which is endorsed by IADC and will take place from 10-13 November 2014.

The conference will feature two CEO plenary sessions. The first session will focus on leadership development, strategy, creativity and innovation. Speakers include Amin H. Nasser, Senior VP Upstream of Saudi Aramco; Nizar Al-Adsani, CEO of KPC; Bob Dudley, CEO of BP; Lorenzo Simonelli,President and CEO of GE Oil & Gas; and Naoki Kuroda, Chairman of INPEX CORP. The session will explore challenges and the need for collaboration to meet future energy needs.

ADIPEC by the numbers
As one of the largest conference programs globally, ADIPEC will offer:
• 81 technical sessions
• 2 executive plenary sessions
• 8 industry panel sessions
• 1 ministerial panel
• 4 academia sessions
• 3 IT security sessions
• 4 industry breakfasts
• 4 topical lunches

The second executive panel will focus on technology and sustainability. Participating speakers are Andy Brown, Upstream International Director at Shell; Choong Heum Park, President and CEO of Samsung Engineering; Paal Kibsgaard, CEO of Schlumberger; Arnaud Breuillac, President of Exploration and Production at Total; and Rainer Seele, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors at Wintershall. The executives will discuss how new technologies can accelerate results and deliver a sustainable competitive advantage.

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