This flagship event of the World Energy Council covers all aspects of the energy agenda. Running since 1924, the triennial World Energy Congress enables dialogue among Ministers, CEOs and industry experts on critical developments in the energy sector.
As the world’s premier energy gathering, the Congress offers a unique opportunity for participants to better understand energy issues and solutions from a global perspective.

24th World Energy Congress

9-12 September, Abu Dhabi

The programme for the 24th World Energy Congress leads delegates through the most live and critical issues facing the energy industry. More information on the programme, confirmed speakers and the host venue is available on the World Energy Congress website.

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Our triennial flagship event, the 24th World
Energy Congress is the largest and most
influential energy event covering all aspects
of the energy agenda.


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