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Held under the theme, ‘The future of energy: secure, affordable and sustainable, ADIPEC brought together 150,000+ energy professionals, 2,200 exhibiting companies along with 40+ ministers to the exhibition
Hitachi Energy, a global technology leader advancing a sustainable energy future for all, participated at one of the world’s premier energy events, the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2022. The four-day exhibition at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) brought together energy industry professionals, thought leaders, and global policymaker decision-makers makers.
During the exhibition, October 31 – November 3, 2022, Hitachi Energy focused on sustainability and digitalization. In line with the theme, Hitachi Energy highlighted its commitment to a sustainable energy future and will continue to be customer-centric and build trusting, long-term partnerships.
Dr. Mostafa AlGuezeri, Managing Director of Hitachi Energy for the UAE, Gulf, Near East, and Pakistan, said, “ADIPEC has provided a window for Hitachi Energy to showcase its innovation and achievements to the world. It is also a platform through which we can deepen our involvement in the Net Zero challenge. Collaboration and diversity of thought are key to our culture of great innovation. Together we achieve more.”
ADIPEC is one of the most significant events for oil, gas, and energy engineers, and professionals worldwide, providing unprecedented access to the latest industry knowledge, innovations, technical expertise, applications, products, solutions, and services. It was the ideal meeting place where professionals convene to engage and identify the opportunities that will unlock new value in an evolving energy landscape.
Hitachi Energy inspires progress. Meeting challenges need technologies, new business models, new ways of thinking, and new ways of working. We bring industry-leading experience, deep domain knowledge, and pioneering technologies that continue to support our stakeholders in accelerating the global energy transition.