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    Dynamic and Vibrant Goa will host the second edition of one of the
    most prestigious energy events India Energy Week (IEW), 2024 between February 6-9 at the
    IPSHEM-ONGC Training Institute in the southern part of the state.
    IEW enjoyed immense success at the debut edition earlier this year, which was inaugurated by the
    Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi. At IEW 2023, ministers, CEOs and energy
    leaders acknowledged the resilience in India’s energy sector and its potential as an upcoming
    demand centre. They also appreciated India’s efforts at charting a roadmap for energy transition
    while ensuring energy security for its people. The grand scale of IEW 2023 confirmed it as a pre-
    eminent energy event with nearly 37,000 attendees from 149 countries. Moreover, 326 companies
    participated in exhibitions, and 315 speakers shared their insights in over 80 conference sessions.
    Organized by the Federation of Indian Petroleum [FIPI] Industry under the aegis of the Ministry of
    Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India, India Energy Week, 2024 will serve as a catalyst
    for meaningful discussions, knowledge exchange, and collaboration among industry experts, policy
    makers, academia and entrepreneurs.
    IEW 2024 is expected to draw over 35,000+ attendees, 350+ exhibitors, 400+ speakers and 4,000+
    delegates, from over 100 countries. The event will host an extensive array of exhibitors, spanning
    core oil field services, lending dynamism to the atmosphere.
    During IEW 2024, ministerial, leadership, technical sessions and roundtables will explore varied
    themes like energy transition of the global south, building a future ready energy stack, chartering the
    roadmap of alternate fuels for energy optionality and impact of localization, regionalization and
    globalization on energy-related industrialization and manufacturing processes.

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