Atlantic Council Global Energy Forum sets 2022 energy agenda

Atlantic Council Global Energy Forum sets 2022 energy agenda

The sixth annual Atlantic Council Global Energy Forum, which ran for three days, today concluded after focusing on meeting global short-term energy demand while not losing sight of crucial net-zero goals.

This year’s forum was hosted in Dubai alongside the World Government Summit 2022 at Expo 2020 Dubai, giving the event an unprecedented opportunity to convene global energy leaders to examine the geopolitical, energy market, and climate crises shaping the energy system.

The Global Energy Forum featured a robust agenda of public discussions and private meetings that addressed the myriad challenges resulting from the crisis in Ukraine. Leaders also discussed the threat of a stalled energy transition, how to enhance energy security, the future of OPEC+ amid geopolitical tensions, and a look ahead to COP27 and COP28 which will be hosted in Egypt and the UAE, respectively.

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