Jordan Hosts Energy Summit
By Modupe Gbadeyanka
On April 2-3, 2017, Jordan will host the 3rd Jordan International Energy Summit (JIES) under the patronage of His Majesty King Abdullah II and the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development.
The summit comes at a crucial time for Jordan and as support for its Energy Strategy with progress being made on several key projects across the energy spectrum designed to secure Jordan’s energy future.
The JIES summit is centred around a world-class programme with speakers from Governments, global energy companies and experts in their fields and is combined with an international exhibition to allow companies to showcase their projects and expertise whilst giving Jordan access to the latest technologies and products.
The Jordan International Energy Summit is hosted by the Ministry of Energy, Jordan. His Excellency Dr Ibrahim Al Saif, Minister for Energy & Mineral Resources, explains:
“With a stable background for attracting investment, Jordan continues to develop new energy technologies and embraces an energy policy across the spectrum including Solar, Wind, Nuclear, Oil Shale, Mining, Oil and Gas.
Jordan is a vibrant energy hub and the Jordan International Energy Summit & Exhibition (JIES) plays a key role in providing the invaluable platform for insightful debate as to the best energy mix for Jordan and the region in addition to providing significant commercial opportunities to participating companies.
The country said it looks forward to the 3rd JIES which will include an expanded and much-needed exhibition integrated with the main conference programme. This will allow more companies to participate and we encourage you all to take up this opportunity and join us in April 2017.
With conference rooms catering for 700 participating delegates and an exhibition hall with capacity for 80 companies, the 3rd Jordan International Energy Summit is being held at the Grand Hyatt, Amman providing ease access and first-class facilities. The audience is expected to surpass last year with attendees coming from 45 countries making Jordan a focal point for the energy industry in the region and throughout JIES delegates are able to interact and engage in purposeful meetings.
JIES is an initiative of the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Development who have appointed global energy experts; Global Event Partners (GEP) (www.GEP-Events.com) to organize the event. GEP is a major UK-based event management company closely affiliated to the dmg::events network and responsible for some of the world’s largest energy exhibitions and conferences.