Istanbul will be hosting an exceptional plenitude of the world’s most influential decision makers at the World Energy Congress 2016, including policy makers, opinion leaders and the CEOs of top energy companies.
CEOs and top executives of global energy giants including Saudi Aramco, BP, Gazprom, Royal Dutch Shell, Total, Rosatom, SOCAR, Lukoil, OMV, EDF, EnBW, ENGIE, TANAP, E.ON, DESFA and China National Nuclear Corporation will be discussing the energy agenda at the the world’s most comprehensive energy event. Meanwhile, top technology companies such as Bosch, Siemens, DHL, Silver Spring Networks, ThyssenKrupp and Westinghouse will guide the debate on the future trends of innovation.
The Congress will also witness exchanges among policymakers of several countries central to the energy game. Along with Khalid El-Falih, the Energy Minister of Saudi Arabia, Alexander Novak, the Energy Minister of Russia and Maros Šefcovič, European Commission’s Vice-President for Energy Union, the ministers of energy, environment, economy and industry from a vast array of countries including Iran, Iraq, UAE, Jordan, Germany, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Algeria, Nigeria, Argentina and Mexico will convene at World Energy Congress 2016 to steer the global energy agenda.
Along with the top executives of the World Energy Council, global opinion leaders including representatives of IAEA, IEA, IPCC, IRENA, OPEC, UNECE, UNDP, KAPSARC, WHO, WWF, Oliver Wyman, Accenture, PwC and World Nuclear Association will give the cues for ways to address the energy trilemma.
Top executives from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, European Investment Bank, Asian Development Bank, Islamic Development Bank, OPEC Fund for International Development, Development Bank of Latin America and Goldman Sachs will join in to discuss the financing of global energy transitions.
The Congress will be hosted by Turkish PM Binali Yıldırım and Energy Minister Berat Albayrak, and held under the auspices of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Join us in Istanbul as we set the future trends of energy!