International Petroleum Week 2021
International Petroleum (IP) Week 2021: From Crisis to Low Carbon Opportunity – A Decade of Delivery for the Oil and Gas Industry
This coming decade will be defined by three historic, global challenges: building a resilient recovery from the devastating COVID-19 pandemic; achieving the UN goal of universal access to energy for all populations; and charting an ambitious course – at COP26 and beyond – for tackling the threat we all face from the climate emergency.
Today’s oil and gas sector faces the toughest of operating environments, but the ingenuity of its people, its engineering capabilities and innovative spirit will all be pivotal in rising to these global challenges.
As the sector’s leaders and influencers gather virtually for IP Week 2021, for a programme uniquely convened and curated by the Energy Institute’s industry experts, this remains the pre-eminent international event for building collaboration between industry, government and society.
The urgency of action, together with the associated risks and opportunities in geographies around the world, will be at the heart of an unmissable week’s agenda.
About IP Week
International Petroleum Week is an international platform for all oil and gas industries to gather. The event involves professionals and business industries related to oil and gas sector, gathered under a single roof, with an aim to flourish the sector and resolve various issues faced by the industries. The professionals gather in the conference and discuss various issues and problems faced by the industries and then resolving them by a common consensus generated by the professionals. The event also focuses on creating new technological inventions keeping sustainable development in mind to promote a healthy perspective from the oil and gas industry.
- Katie MehnertFounder and Chief Executive Officer of Ally EnergyThe modern architect of culture change in energy, Katie Mehnert is the Founder and CEO of ALLY™, the global community powering an equitable energy transition and addressing the energy workforce of the future. Katie has held global leadership roles with BP and Shell in safety and environment during periods of financial crisis, spills, divestment and globalization. Katie’s early career included consulting with Duke Energy, Entergy and Enron. Her corporate path drove her to entrepreneurship to help energy companies prepare for the looming talent shortage and workforce diversity needs to address energy poverty and climate change.In 2020 she was appointed an Ambassador to the United States Department of Energy and in 2019, she testified before Congress on the clean energy workforce of the future. She’s published in Scientific American, Forbes, The Hill, CNBC, CNN, and other international outlets. She is also the founder of Lean In Energy, a global nonprofit solely devoted to mentoring in the energy sector. Her book Grow with the Flow, Embrace Difference, Overcome Fear, and Progress with Purpose released in 2020.
- Bernard LooneyCEO, BP
- Patrick PouyannéChairman and CEO, Total
- Anders OpedalCEO, Equinor
- Dr. Fatih BirolExecutive Director, IEA
- Kerry DryburghEVP People & Culture, BP
- HE Mohammad Sanusi BarkindoOPEC Secretary General
- James GrabertDirector Mitigation, Acting Director Communication and Engagement, UNFCCC
- Ryan LanceChairman and Chief Executive Officer, ConocoPhillips
- Gauri SinghDeputy Director-General, International Renewable Energy Agency
- Carlos LopesProfessor, Mandela School of Public Governance, University of Cape Town
- Helima CroftManaging Director and Global Head of Commodity Strategy, RBC Capital Markets
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