EGYPS 2021 to be held in February 2022

The Egypt Petroleum Show - the region’s most important Conference and Exhibition will be held in Cairo, 14-16 February 2022

After closely monitoring the COVID-19 global situation and after extensive consultation with key stakeholders, the Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources has taken the decision to not hold the Egypt Petroleum Show from 7-9 June 2021.

The 5th edition of the Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS) will take place on its original February dateline in 2022.

His Excellency Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Arab Republic of Egypt said “EGYPS power to convene global Ministers, CEOs, policy makers and industry leaders in Cairo signifies the Show remains critical in connecting the global oil, gas and energy industry and shaping the future energy agenda.”

“We are confident, with the collective support of our key stakeholders and partners, our sponsors, exhibitors and speakers of delivering a truly celebratory 5th Anniversary Egypt Petroleum Show in February 2022 and we look forward to announcing our global line-up of keynote speakers and panelists shortly.”

Christopher Hudson, President, dmg events said “As the official international marketing arm and voice of the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, our strategy is to ensure the Egypt Petroleum Show (EGYPS) remains at the very heart of the North African and Mediterranean oil, gas and energy landscape, driving the opportunities that lead to international partnerships and connectedness to do business.”

Held annually under the patronage of His Excellency, Abdel Fattah El Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt and with the full support of the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, EGYPS 2022 will take place in Cairo at the Egypt International Exhibition Center from 14-16 February 2022. The annual in-person Show will be attended by global industry leaders, over 300 exhibiting companies and 20,000+ attendees, who will drive and set the regional industry agenda as Egypt, North Africa and the Mediterranean continue to strengthen their presence on the international oil, gas and energy map.

 

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