India Energy Week to bring together 500 speakers, 80 ministerial, keynote sessions

The India Energy Week will see over 500 speakers and 8,000 delegates over 80 sessions addressing the perspectives driving India’s strategy towards net-zero

A file photo of Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Hardeep Singh Puri addressing the curtain raiser event for India Energy Week in Bengaluru.

New Delhi: The India Energy Week conferences will see over 500 international energy speakers and more than 8,000 delegates over 80 ministerial, keynote, strategic and technical thought leadership sessions addressing the perspectives driving India’s strategy towards net zero. “Our dependence on imported crude is still about 80-85 percent, on gas it’s about 50-55 percent, so an event like this that brings together both consumers, producers and all stakeholders in the overall ecosystem who are coming up with new technologies is a great opportunity,” said Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas.

India Energy Week: Registrations open

As the first major event in India’s G20 Presidency calendar, India Energy Week is the only and largest all-encompassing energy event bringing the highest level of the Indian government, CEOs and policymakers. Registrations for the event have opened and can be done here. The programme for the three-day-long event, which is being organised under the patronage of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas by Indian Oil and FIPI, is out and can be accessed here.

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The Technical Conference programme at India Energy Week, which is scheduled to take place between 6-8 February in Bengaluru will see regional and international speakers address current and upcoming energy projects and developments around the world.

India Energy Week Technical Conference will see over 80 technical thought leaders present their latest insights and best practices across 20-plus sessions covering 14 technical categories.

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