GPCA is proud to present the 4th edition of GPCA Leaders Forum, a strategic C-suite conference scheduled on 28 February 2024 at the Kempinski Central Avenue, Dubai, UAE. Building on its past success, this exclusive, invite-only event returns this year under the theme, ‘Charting the Energy Evolution Pathways in the GCC’.
Industry leaders, regulators and stakeholders have endorsed the clarion call for energy evolution, through transition to newer abatement technologies and energy sources that promise a cleaner future. Hydrogen is one of the most promising pathways in this Energy Evolution matrix, and hence enjoys prime focus in this year’s discussion of the GPCA Leaders Forum. Hydrogen is currently enjoying unprecedented political and business momentum, with the number of policies and projects around the world expanding rapidly. Through the various sessions, we explore the current state of play for hydrogen and to offer guidance on its future development through technology, collaborations, harmonizing standards, and investment strategies.
This one-day event brings experts who are at the cutting-edge of advancing Hydrogen’s future into the mainstream energy mix, and leaders from GCC entities who are developing some of the biggest and most ambitious projects in the region, to delve into the innovative strategies, technological advancements, and market dynamics shaping hydrogen’s integration into the chemical and energy landscape. The discussions will cover transformative case studies, leadership dialogues, and strategic keynotes to bring rich insights into the most important topics of the hydrogen economy, providing value and innovation for the future.
This year’s GPCA Leaders Forum, will offer key insights on how hydrogen the versatile energy carrier, and crucial feedstock for the chemicals industry, can reach its full potential.
The agenda entails:
- Hydrogen’s role in the energy transition
- Key sectors that stimulate hydrogen demand
- Market outlook: How soon and how big can the hydrogen market become?
- Opportunities in production, storage, transportation, and usage across multiple end markets
- Policy and investment considerations
- Scaling up hydrogen production
- Global landscape and the regional outlook