Energy Thought Leaders Discuss Innovation for a Sustainable Energy Future HOUSTON, October 26, 2020 — The 23rd World Petroleum Congress Organizing Committee (23rd WPCOC) today announced the launch of a unique series of online conversations with energy thought leaders from around the world. The series focuses on the essential role that innovation [...]
The 23rd World Petroleum Congress has been postponed to December 5-9 2021. The decision from the World Petroleum Council Executive Committee and 23rd World Petroleum Congress Organizing Committee comes after careful deliberation and discussions with key stakeholders who fully supported the decision.
Every three years the World Petroleum Council presents the WPC Excellence Awards in two categories, Technological Development and Social Responsibility, recognizing exceptional achievements in the oil and gas industry.
Out of a record number of 2,000 abstract submissions, the World Petroleum Council has confirmed the selection of 300 expert speakers who will present their papers and posters at the 23rd World Petroleum Congress. The high-level program features 23 Technical Forums on innovative energy solutions across the oil and gas sector, from disruptive technologies to cleaner energy solutions.
Early registration has opened for the 23rd World Petroleum Congress; delegates will join an anticipated 10,000 attendees including 50 ministers and 500 C-suite executives from 100 countries.
Petroleum Economist and Upstream Appointed the Official Publishers for the 23rd World Petroleum Congress
The World Petroleum Council has appointed Petroleum Economist as the ‘Official Publisher – Official Publication of the 23rd World Petroleum Congress’ and Upstream as the ‘Official Publisher of the Daily News & Review’ for the 23rd World Petroleum Congress.
The World Petroleum Council has announced the first of many can’t miss speakers for the 23rd World Petroleum Congress. The packed program of the Congress will feature eight high-level plenary sessions across five days, with global leaders from the oil and gas sector now confirmed to speak.
The World Petroleum Council has announced that 2,000 abstracts were received for the 23rd World Petroleum Congress (WPC) Call for Papers – the highest number of submissions ever achieved in the history of the Congress.
Leadership from each of the companies will serve on the WPC Organizing Committee Board of Directors to support programming and help set the strategic direction for the event, which is returning to the city of Houston and the United States for the first time in more than three decades.
Topics include innovations in upstream, downstream and petrochemicals and natural gas. Other technical sessions will address the future energy landscape and the way forward in managing energy solutions.