World Bulletin / News Desk
The International Energy Congress and Expo (EIF 2017), which hosts the energy sector's decision makers, experts and CEOs every year in Ankara, will be held between Nov. 8-10 this year, Energy is Future announced on Thursday.
The 10th event, of which Anadolu Agency is the global communication partner, will be held at the Congresium Ankara ATO International Convention & Exhibition Center.
A wide range of topics relating to energy production in Turkey and worldwide will be discussed at the 10th International Energy Congress and Fair under the auspices of the Republic of Turkey, and the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources.
Experts will evaluate various energy sources and markets in an environment conducive to discussions on the latest developments and practices.
The congress will host high level presenters and thousands of delegates, as well as distinguished national and international large-scale energy companies' CEOs. Attendees will also come from the Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, the Turkish Ministry of Environment and Forestry, the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs as well as other ministries.
Representatives from major energy institutions are also expected to attend the congress, including Turkish Petroleum Corporation (TPAO), Directorate General of Petroleum Affairs (PİGM), Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA), Petroleum Pipeline Corporation Company (BOTAS) and Turkish Petroleum International Company Ltd. (TPIC).
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