International Energy Summit
Join us for the seventh annual International Energy Summit (IES), May 30 – June 1, 2023, at the InterContinental Hotel in Miami, FL, USA!
The IES, AIEN’s premier annual meeting and conference, offers global energy professionals a forum for meaningful dialogue and networking. Globally recognized experts and high-profile speakers offer diverse perspectives, knowledgeable insights, and practical solutions on issues and challenges currently facing the international energy industry.
It is the perfect opportunity to connect with, share experiences and learn from the diverse group of professionals at the leading edge of solving the international energy industry’s problems. Make new connections, expand your global network, and develop potential partnerships.
IES 2023 highlights include:
- Sessions and panel discussions addressing the industry’s current challenges, emerging trends and geopolitical issues, including energy transition and energy security topics
- Four pre-conference workshops
- Meaningful networking opportunities, both formal and informal and including the popular Speed Networking Event
- Awards Dinner recognizing professionals and organizations for outstanding achievements in the energy industry
Keynote Speaker Felipe Bayón, Chief Executive Officer, EcoPetrol
Keynote Speaker Mark Nelson, Vice Chairman & Executive Vice President, Strategy, Policy & Development, Chevron Corporation
Boulos Lecture Speaker Dr. Scott W. Tinker, Director, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin
Featuring topics such as:
- Energy Transition: Globalization vs. Localization
- Natural Gas: Fueling the Energy Transition?
- Balancing Energy Security, Economic Security, and Climate Security
- Traditional vs. New Resources: Competing or Complementary?
- Understanding How Critical Minerals Influence the Energy Trilemma
- Power Systems in Transition: Infrastructure Development & Electrification Challenges
- Blue or Green? Which Way Will Latin America Turn?
- Action in ESG or Backlash?
- Deveoping Energy Leaders for a Diverse and Inclusive Energy Transition
- Financing the Energy Future – How Will Companies and Countries Pay for the Energy Transition?
Oil and gas operations are commonly found in remote locations far from company headquarters. Now, it's possible to monitor pump operations, collate and analyze seismic data, and track employees around the world from almost anywhere. Whether employees are in the office or in the field, the internet and related applications enable a greater multidirectional flow of information – and control – than ever before.