Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS) 2021, a major conference and exhibition for the sector in the region, will be staged Feb. 14-16 next year in Cairo.
The 5th edition of the event was previously scheduled in June this year but has been postponed to next year owing to the pandemic.
The show is expected to attract global industry leaders, over 300 exhibiting companies and over 20,000 attendees, Trade Arabia reports.
“EGYPS ability to bring together ministers, CEOs, policy makers and industry leaders from across the world signifies the show remains critical in connecting the global oil, gas and energy industry and shaping the future energy agenda,” said Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources.
“We are confident, with the collective support of our key stakeholders and partners, our sponsors, exhibitors and speakers of delivering a truly celebratory 5th Anniversary Egypt Petroleum Show in February 2022 and we look forward to announcing our global line-up of keynote speakers and panelists shortly,” he added.
Egypt has emerged as a key player in the global energy space. It is hosting the most recently established Gas Forum in East Med region (EMGF) which is creating opportunities for further cooperation and collaboration in the gas scene for the benefit of the whole region.
Egypt will also host the 8th edition of the Ministerial Gas Forum co-organized by the International Energy Forum (IEF) and the International Gas Union (IGU) in 2022.