Mohammed bin Zayed attends part of Abu Dhabi CEO Forum
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, attended a part of the fourth Abu Dhabi CEO Forum held today, with the participation of 30 heads of major oil and gas and petrochemical companies. The world to discuss the key role played by oil and gas in the global economy, in the light of the changes it is going through.
HH welcomed the CEOs of the forum and stressed the importance of ADNOC’s initiative to host senior energy officials on the eve of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC 2019), which enhances the UAE‘s role and its role in contributing to the future of energy at the global level. The discussions and discussions of the Forum will contribute to accelerating the growth of the global oil and gas sector.
The meeting comes at the invitation of His Excellency Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of State “Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company” ADNOC “and its group of companies.”
The Forum was held in accordance with the Roundtable and Chatham House rules to enhance the transparency of the debate and to hold a high-level dialogue on optimal synergy between modern technologies, human resources and partnerships as key factors to meet global energy demand and achieve sustainable economic growth.
His Excellency Dr. Sultan bin Ahmed Al Jaber said: “We highly value the vision and support of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Through the guidance and follow-up of leadership, Abu Dhabi has become a major global center for energy and related developments. The oil and gas sector is undergoing major transformations and changes in the centers of growth and demand for energy. The Abu Dhabi CEO Forum provides an ideal platform for a transparent, open and expanded dialogue on these variables, as well as on the detailed role of the oil and gas sector in enabling economic growth as a key component of the blend. Ge World. ”
“Today’s discussions covered a range of important topics, including how to meet the growing demand for energy while reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the application of new technologies, empowering human resources, sustainable business models, and benefiting from partnerships.”
“As the world’s energy needs grow, this event provided an important opportunity to discuss the contribution of the oil and petrochemicals sector,” said Dr. Daniel Yergin, a Pulitzer Prize-winning global economist and executive vice president of IHS Markit, who moderated the forum. He also stressed the need for the sector to develop the future competencies required in the digital age.
In addition to His Excellency Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, the participants included Amin Nasser, President and Chief Executive Officer of Saudi Aramco, Claudio Descalzi, CEO of Eni, Takayuki Ueda, President and CEO of INPEX, Philip Boiseau, CEO of Cepsa and Sanjeev. Singh, Chairman of the Indian Oil Company, Dr. Antonio Costa Silva, Chairman of Bastrix Management Committee, Todd Karan, President and CEO of Nova Chemicals, Vicki Holope, Occidental CEO, and Wang Yilin, Chairman of CNBC, Mussabah Al Kaabi, Chief Executive Officer, Mubadala Investment , Patrick Boyani, Total CEO, Bob Dudley, BP CEO, Alfred Stern, Borealis CEO, Dr. Vajit Alekprof, President of Lukoil; Acting on behalf of the Uganda National Oil Company, Dr. Yang Sooyoung, President and CEO of Korea National Oil Company, Lorenzo Simonelli, President and CEO of BHGA, Lord John Brown, CEO of L1 Energy, Liu Ying, Chairman of Shenhua, and Sehong Hor , President and CEO of GS Caltex, John Kim, President and CEO of SK Innovation, Felipe Bayon Bardot, CEO of Eco Petroleum, Shuirong Lee, Chairman of the Xiang Rongxin Group, Olivier Le Boch, CEO of Schlumberger, Mario Mehren, President and CEO of WinterSale,
It is worth mentioning that the fourth Abu Dhabi CEO Forum was held on the eve of the launch of the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC 2019), which will be held in Abu Dhabi from 11 to 14 November.