The leading platform
for partnership building
and knowledge exchange in
the global upstream
oil and gas industry
20 Years
36 Countries
366 Events
55,000 Customers
New and exciting
formats in our
events every year
A line-up of industry
thought leaders

Our Global Reach

We run 18 events across 4 continents each year.

Our events bring together the industry's stakeholders to discuss and debate all the critical issues from creating win-win NOC/IOC partnerships to offshore exploration.

We facilitate knowledge exchange and partnerships within the oil and gas sector.

We run 18 conferences, exhibitions and networking events throughout the year. We also provide independent analysis and industry reports.

What We Do

Organise Events

The Energy Exchange is committed to creating high quality events in the form of conferences, exclusive roundtables, exhibitions and networking evenings. We have a global reach and are currently active in Africa, Middle East, CIS and Europe.

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Provide original content

We recognise your need to access knowledge. We regularly create reports, whitepapers, analysis and webinars tackling all your critical issues.

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Facilitate business partnerships

We pride ourselves on our innovative and exciting event formats. We will give you more opportunities to meet the right people, and more platforms to have the right conversations.

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Reports

IS LNG BECOMING A GLOBAL MARKET?

The global gas market has changed dramatically in recent years with demand and supply a constant topic of discussion. The supply and demand imbalance enhanced by low oil and gas prices prevents gas from becoming the dominant energy source, however the demand for gas is tremendous and expected to increase over the coming years.
This discussion addresses the question: ‘Is LNG becoming a global market? From Europe to the Middle East’ and talks about the energy potential to become a global market, a fascinating subject in the changing world of energy.

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The Future Role of Gas Part – 6 – The future role of gas in power generation

The global gas market has changed dramatically in recent years. While the stake of gas in some regions’ energy mix is gradually increasing, the supply and demand imbalance enhanced by low oil and gas prices prevents gas from becoming the dominant energy source. Nevertheless, in the next 10 years the demand for gas is expected to grow considerably, displacing coal more and more in the future. The discussion around the role of gas in the global energy mix and gas pricing are still at the heart of the commercial and political debate.

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The Future Role of Gas Part – 5 – Europe: Political ambitions versus market realities

The global gas market has changed dramatically in recent years. While the stake of gas in some regions’ energy mix is gradually increasing, the supply and demand imbalance enhanced by low oil and gas prices prevents gas from becoming the dominant energy source. Nevertheless, in the next 10 years the demand for gas is expected to grow considerably, displacing coal more and more in the future. The discussion around the role of gas in the global energy mix and gas pricing are still at the heart of the commercial and political debate.

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The Future Role of Gas Part – 4 – The Middle East and North Africa: Domestic prices and domestic demand

The global gas market has changed dramatically in recent years. While the stake of gas in some regions’ energy mix is gradually increasing, the supply and demand imbalance enhanced by low oil and gas prices prevents gas from becoming the dominant energy source. Nevertheless, in the next 10 years the demand for gas is expected to grow considerably, displacing coal more and more in the future. The discussion around the role of gas in the global energy mix and gas pricing are still at the heart of the commercial and political debate.

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THE FUTURE ROLE OF GAS – PART 3 – ASIA: COAL VERSUS GAS

The global gas market has changed dramatically in recent years. While the stake of gas in some regions’ energy mix is gradually increasing, the supply and demand imbalance enhanced by low oil and gas prices prevents gas from becoming the dominant energy source. Nevertheless, in the next 10 years the demand for gas is expected to grow considerably, displacing coal more and more in the future. The discussion around the role of gas in the global energy mix and gas pricing are still at the heart of the commercial and political debate.

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Video Gallery

Highlights of The Big Gas Debate 2015
European Gas Conference 2016 Day 1
European Gas Conference 2016 – Focus Day – Roundtables
European Gas Conference 2016 – Gala Dinner Awards
North Africa Oil & Gas Summit 2015 – Part 2

Testimonials

"We greatly recognise the importance of the WRA. They provide a much needed opportunity for top level industry executives to meet and exchange information concerning the region's oil and gas related matters."

Sultan Al Mehairi, Director, Marketing and Refining, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company
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