More than 3,000 participants have confirmed they will attend the fifth anniversary of the Russian Energy Week International Forum (REW). The Forum will be attended by 16 ministers of foreign affairs from Azerbaijan, Algeria, Hungary, Venezuela, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, Mali, Myanmar, Belarus, Syria, Sierra Leone, Turkey, and Sri Lanka, roughly 50 heads of diplomatic corps, and high-ranking foreign officials from the Republic of Abkhazia and Uzbekistan.
“Today, planet’s energy security depends on the reliable operation of the fuel and energy sectors. In this regard, it is crucial to find common ground between the key players on energy markets. It is essential to discuss challenges and problems, exchange views, find compromises, expand business ties, and develop new areas of cooperation. The REW 2022 platform will contribute to all this,” Russian Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the REW Organizing Committee Alexander Novak said.
“More than 3,000 participants from over 70 foreign countries. One day remains until the start of REW 2022. The Forum will provide an opportunity for both business representatives and the authorities to discuss the current state of affairs on the global energy market, listen to proposals from representatives of various countries, and take into account the opinions of specialists at all levels of the energy chain in order to come up with proposals for further joint actions together,” said Anton Kobyakov, Adviser to the Russian President and Executive Secretary of the REW 2022 Organizing Committee.
During the key sessions of the Forum, prominent foreign guests, along with the professional community from Russia, will discuss issues related to sustainable energy development between Russia and African countries, find solutions to the most important question of what the global oil and gas market can expect in the near future, and also discuss the ongoing creation of new associations amidst the major changes that are currently taking place in the world political and economic order.
The REW International Forum, which is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year, will be held on 12–14 October at Moscow’s Manege Central Exhibition Hall. The Forum is one of the key platforms for discussing current trends in the development of the modern fuel and energy industry. The Forum is being organized by the Roscongress Foundation and the Russian Ministry of Energy with the support of the Moscow Government.
For more about the Forum, please visit the official website: rusenergyweek.com.