Popular petroleum show has new name, new brand
The energy industry is constantly evolving, and Canadian companies are changing with it — from a strong LNG presence to investment in clean tech and a commitment to innovation and sustainability.
One of the more popular events moving in this direction is the Calgary-based Global Petroleum Show, which has just announced it is rebranding to the Global Energy Show, changing its name to “reflect the innovation driven by oil and gas and encompass the renewables sector.”
“As we launch this rebrand, we are upholding the Global Energy Show’s reputation of showcasing the best in energy and innovative technologies from top suppliers, with more than 700 exhibitors across five exhibit halls and growing,” said Nick Samain, vice president, dmg events, organizer of the Global Energy Show. “We want to leverage our platform to share how Canadian energy companies are not only transforming with the industry but also leading the dialogue and making meaningful contributions on the global stage.”
Every year, the show brings together more than 50,000 industry professionals, government officials and companies to have forward-thinking conversations about creating a prosperous and sustainable future for upcoming generations. Delegates from more than 110 countries are represented during the three-day exhibition and conference. With the rebrand, the Show strives to draw global attention to the increasing pace of technology that is driving growth in sustainable energy production. The event will also profile the oil and gas sector as a hub of solutions-based innovation and promote the Show as an inclusive event for all energy players.
“Canada continues to be one of the most important and reliable energy producers in the world — and Alberta is at the epicentre of it,” said Samain. “Through the Global Energy Show, we want to convince the world that Alberta and Canada are great places to invest and do business in — whether that opportunity lies with oil and gas or new and emerging sectors. As we strive to meet global energy demands, the Canadian energy sector must continue to diversify, innovate and expand into new avenues for growth.”