Convened by the Energy Institute’s sector experts, International Energy Week 2022 will be the energy industry’s first global meeting to assess the outcomes of COP26 alongside the continuing recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This conference builds on the renowned legacies and strengths of the world-renowned IP Week, bringing together senior figures from across oil, gas, and the wider world of energy, to explore the changing technologies, business models, and skills required to meet the energy needs of the world’s populations and to hit global net zero emissions by 2050.
With over two days of virtual engagement and one day of face-to-face conferences, International Energy Week is essential for those leading on corporate strategy, business development, and technological innovation - anyone seeking to retain a competitive edge as the global energy transition accelerates.
IPIECA is a supporting partner of International Energy Week 2022. Artemis Kostareli, IPIECA Senior Manager, Environment, will be participating in a discussion on the relationship between biodiversity, nature-positive and climate change impacts. Details for this session are as follows:
The role of biodiversity and nature-based solutions to mitigate the effects of climate change | 23 February, 14:15-15:15 GMT
Topics to be explored include:
Other speakers presenting at the conference include:
Further topics to be explored include:
For more information and to book your place, please visit ieweek.co.uk.
International Energy Week Dinner
Network with the biggest names in the energy industry at the International Energy Week Dinner, one of the largest social gatherings in the energy industry calendar. Every year, this sell-out event attracts high-profile guests from all over the world.
Artemis oversees IPIECA's environment portfolio which covers biodiversity and ecosystems services, and water management issues. She engages with various stakeholders including UNEP, UN CBD, non-governmental organizations and other industry associations on environmental issues pertained to the oil and gas industry.