The Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment confirm partnership with EMC – the Eastern Mediterranean Energy conference and exhibition.
Professor Costas Kadis, Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and the Environment, will deliver the Opening Keynote Welcome Address at the Plenary Session on November 11 2021.
Nicosia, Cyprus – June 28, 2021 – EMC, the Eastern Mediterranean Energy conference and exhibition taking place in Nicosia, Cyprus, from 10 to 12 November, 2021, has confirmed that Costas Kadis, Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and the Environment, will deliver the Opening Keynote Welcome Address at the Plenary Session on the morning of November 11 2021. In addition, the Ministry has confirmed a partnership with IES Group for EMC 2021.
Nick Ornstien, Event Group Managing Director of IES, said “We are honoured and delighted to welcome Professor Kadis to the speaking roster for EMC 2021. We are bringing together the leading minds from the Eastern Mediterranean energy industry to agree on the way that we can become more sustainable, cleaner, less polluting and more circular. These issues are clearly in tune with the urgent challenges facing agriculture, the environment and the rural communities. This partnership signals the mutual drive of the energy industry and rural development towards a more sustainable future. We are excited to see the new collaborations, ideas and innovations that will stem from our two industries coming together at EMC 2021 in November.”
The partnership of the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment is in addition to EMC 2021 being under the Auspices of the Ministry of Energy, Commerce and Industry. Having two government departments onboard demonstrates the quality of this event and the immediate need our world has for critical action.
EMC 2021 has support from the entire oil & gas and energy sectors and has given rise to many exploration activities in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean region. The event has generated a great degree of industry interest, with the exhibition hosting 150 exhibiting companies, 3000+ visitors, 900+ delegates. The conference has six plenary sessions with 28 technical sessions and 20 workshops. It is the essential platform for domestic and international energy stakeholders and investors looking to meet, engage, share ideas and create new partnerships.
The exhibition will welcome companies operating in the following sectors: OIL & GAS, MIDSTREAM & SHIPPING, RENEWABLES (HYDRO, SOLAR, WIND, GEOTHERMAL & BIOMASS) & POWER, NATURAL GAS, ENERGY TRANSITION (HYDROGEN, BIOFUELS & E-FUEL, CCUS).
With the development and investment in cleaner energy in the Eastern Mediterranean, attending EMC provides the perfect platform to connect with the leading natural gas, renewables and hydrocarbon stakeholders in the region.
Find out more about participating on www.emc-cyprus.com