The Egyptian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, participated in the 16th International Energy Forum Ministerial Meeting in the Indian capital New Delhi, Egypt Oil & Gas reports.
El Molla took part in a forum entitled ‘The Future of Global Energy Security: Transition, Technology, Trade and Investment’ and contributed as a speaker during the moderated interactive panel discussion on the ‘Sustainable and Inclusive Growth – Energy Access and Affordability’ Session.
The meeting, which took place from 1-12 April 2018, is considered the world’s largest gathering of oil and energy ministers from 42 producing and consuming countries, industry leaders, heads of major international companies and heads of major international organizations, including the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The 16th forum meeting focused on the impact of technology, trade and investment on the stability of energy markets and future investments. During the meeting El Molla pointed out that the dialogue between ministers and energy officials at the global level contributes to securing the future of energy supplies at balanced prices, as well as exchanging views on market developments and enhancing joint cooperation in the industry.