The EGYPS 2017 Conferences will feature 7 strategic, 28 technical and 8 Women in Energy sessions with over 150 prominent industry expert speakers and representatives from both, the regional and international oil and gas community, providing a unique opportunity to gain insights into the industry's entire value chain and to engage with your peers. Over 3 days of dedicated knowledge exchange, speakers and delegates will have the opportunity to address technical and strategic concerns, whilst also gaining critical insights into Egypt and North Africa's fast evolving hydrocarbon businesses.


Huge efforts are being put into Egypt’s most recent gas finds to bring fields online quickly. This in turn means that significant investments in field developments, pipelines, transportation and processing infrastructure from refineries and petrochemical facilities is a must over the coming years.
EGYPS 2017 will host its Strategic Conference from Tuesday 14 – Wednesday 15 February bringing together global industry experts to discuss and provide critical insights into Egypt and North Africa’s fast evolving hydrocarbon business.


  • A rising star – celebrating the inaugural Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS)
  • The vision for regaining Egypt’s status in international markets and within the future global energy mix – a new era and a changing landscape
  • Underpinning development and sustainability – Egypt open for business. Insights into the vast oil and gas opportunities available to international partners Global Ministerial dialogues panel
  • Global business leaders panel: the diversification of the global hydrocarbon industry
  • Regional leadership panel: North Africa as the future regional centre for exploration, production and transportation
  • Regional leadership panel: the quest for sustainable North African downstream development – refining and petrochemicals
  • Regional leadership panel: looking ahead to increased integration - the voice of the industry; innovation, research and technology
  • Panel discussion: open for business – creating step change towards a unified and solid
  • Panel discussion: an encouraging economic outlook for the Egyptian petroleum sector


The EGYPS Technical Conference will deliver strategic & technical insight into the industry's entire value chain and provide you with an opportunity to engage with your peers across 3 days of knowledge exchange that will cover topics from 10 technical categories, with industry expertise delivered by 100+ industry expert speakers.

Technical categories will include:

  • E&P Geoscience (GEO)
  • Oil, Gas and Unconventional Field Developments (OGUFD)
  • Drilling and Completions (DC)
  • Gas Processing Technology and Operations (GPTO)
  • Offshore Technology and Operations (OTO)
  • Project Management, Engineering Technology and Implementation (PMETI)
  • Operational Excellence, Maintenance and HSE (OEMH)
  • Downstream: Refining, Petrochemicals and Fertilizers Technology and Operations (DRPFTO)
  • Power Generation Technology and Operations (PGTO)
  • Marketing and Distribution of Refined Products (MDRP)


The need to strategically drive gender parity in the global energy sector is critical and pressing. The EGYPS 2017 Women In Energy Conference will facilitate and propel the discussion to create an action plan for driving more opportunities for female engineers and professionals in the Egyptian and North African energy sector. Celebrating the active and growing role of women within the oil and gas sector, the dedicated conference sessions will take a look at the lives and careers of women in upstream, midstream and downstream, strategic and technical positions, whilst evaluating the opportunities that lay ahead.


  • Identifying quantitative methods to balance gender disparity within the oil and gas industry
  • Dissecting strategy and execution on a macro level to bridge the gap between policies for gender equality and its implementation within Egypt and North Africa
  • Connecting emotional intelligence and effective leadership strategies through success stories of females within oil and gas C-Suite roles
  • Analysing female engineer drop-outs and how companies and governments can help increase female retention and opportunity within the industry
  • Quantifying future opportunities for female STEM graduates within the Egyptian and North African energy sector