08/11/2018 07:47 AST

Leading opinion formers in the region have gathered in Abu Dhabi to lay the groundwork for the future energy scenarios that will be presented at the 24th World Energy Congress next year. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will host the 24th World Energy Congress which is set to be held in Abu Dhabi from the 9th – 12th of September 2019, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE.

The main workshop identified three potential scenarios that could play out within the global and regional energy market. Delegates debated each scenario before presenting potential outcomes and developments spanning the period to 2040. The World Energy Council will now use the discussion outcomes to develop more detailed narratives that will be presented to world energy leaders when they gather in Abu Dhabi for the 24th World Energy Congress.

The three-day event also played host to delegates from the World Energy Council Future Energy Leaders programme, a community of exceptional young professionals who share a commitment to shaping the global energy future.


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