Galen inaugurates 23rd World Petroleum Congress

Houston (05 Dec 2021): Galen Cobb (VP, Industry Relations, Halliburton), Tor Fjaeran (World Petroleum Council), and Jeff Shellebarger (23rd World Petroleum Congress Organizing Committee) welcome delegates from 90 countries and over 5000 participants in Houston, TX.
Houston hosted World Petroleum Congress (WPC) in 1987 and 23rd WPC, after 34 years taking place at George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston.
Galen highlights in his opening remarks the most up-to-date themes influencing the world energy industry, global energy debate, with sessions featuring top executives, key government officials, energy decision-makers, and academic participants from around the world. He also added that the petroleum industry has gone through from critical financial era during the pandemic. He also said Houston hosts 4,600 energy firms and is a hub of technological innovation and entrepreneurship both within the energy sector and across aligned sectors. In his speech, he mentioned NASA space village and young professional innovations in Oil & Gas industry are important participants of the exhibition.
Fjaeran said WPC is providing a golden opportunity to meet face-to-face energy leaders, key government officials, and energy experts from around the world. He said all aspects of the industry from technological advances in upstream, midstream, and downstream operations to the role of natural gas and renewables, management of the industry, and its social, economic, and environmental impact.
WPC will finish on 09 Dec with new goals to fulfill the demand and supply gap and how to calm down the price hike said Jeff Shellebarger.–Reported by Ali

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