The new future of the oil and gas industry: an era of change.
An online conference will be held from September 30th till October 1st, 2020, for the oil and gas sector specialists, during which key players in the Kazakhstani and international oil and gas markets will talk about plans for the future, selected development strategies, share their experience, as well as practical cases on building effective work in the face of pandemics and their experience in solving urgent problems of the new time.
The online conference is held under the framework of the KIOGE 2020 exhibition and conference, which, due to the long-term negative impact of coronavirus infection, were postponed to September 29th - October 1st, 2021. The organizer of the online-conference is the Iteca Kazakhstan Exhibition Company.
Many experts are already starting to talk about the end of the pandemic and the emergence of the world economy from the state of stagnation, but numerous analysts' studies show that without the introduction of fundamental changes it will be difficult to return to the attractive indicators that have historically prevailed in the oil and gas industry. In most countries, the oil industry remains a strategically important industry, but the lockdown announced in almost all countries of the world and, as a result, the decline in economic activity make us understand that a new future for the oil and gas industry has already arrived.
Thematic panel discussions of the online conference will cover the following topical issues:
- Review and forecast of the current state of the industry in Kazakhstan and in the world;
- Post-pandemic development strategies for large companies;
- Projects and procurement plans of operating companies;
- Digital technologies in the oil and gas industry;
- Transition from oil production to petrochemicals - non-resource opportunities of the oil and gas sector;
- Local content;
- “Green” growth strategy.
Due to the global long-term impact of coronavirus infection, we are forced to announce the postponement of the 27th International Building&Interiors KazBuild Exhibition and the 13th International Exhibition for Heating, Water supply, Sanitary, Air-conditioning, Ventilation Equipment Aquatherm Almaty 2020 to September 7th-9th, 2021.
According to the RFCA Rating Agency, construction in the Republic of Kazakhstan, despite the significant negative effect of the coronavirus pandemic, remains one of the actively developing industries in the country. Key industry experts will discuss how the work of participants in the construction, HVAC and VC industries is transforming and changing, taking into account the new economic conditions, at an online conference that will be held on September 8th-10th, 2020.
What awaits the construction market tomorrow? During three days of the online conference, organized as part of the KazBuild and Aquatherm Almaty exhibitions, representatives of government agencies, experts from specialized associations and industry unions will hold a number of seminars on various topics:
- September 8th: A series of seminars from government officials on measures to support the development of the domestic construction industry in the current environment.
- September 9th: A series of seminars from key designers and architects of Kazakhstan on the difficulties in work organization during a pandemic and positive forecasts for the future.
- September 10th: representatives of the AVOK Engineering Conference (Moscow) will hold seminars where they will talk about the state of affairs in the HVAC and VC industry, and the National Association of Designers of Kazakhstan and the KazGor Design Academy will share their experience in implementing BIM technologies in Kazakhstan.
A bright professional event for manufacturers and distributors of food and beverages - the 23rd Central Asian International Food Industry Exhibition - FoodExpo Qazaqstan 2020 - will be held on November, 4-6th, 2020, at the Atakent Exhibition Center in Almaty.
In the fall of 2020, once again, FoodExpo will become the main B2B platform for the food industry in Kazakhstan and Central Asia, which will demonstrate the distribution of forces in the industry in accordance with the new realities. The exhibition will be filled with discussions of the expert community, world innovations in equipment, ingredients, technological initiatives to optimize the food production processes, as well as industry-specific study of diversified scenarios for the food industry development in the Central Asian region.
Over the 23 years of its existence, the exhibition has evolved from a platform for direct industry interaction into a benchmark in the food market for domestic and foreign producers, has become a starting point for many of today's leaders of the industry in Kazakhstan, and moreover, FoodExpo Qazaqstan has secured the status of a platform for interregional cooperation.
Annually, more than 10 national expositions, organized with the support of sectoral ministries and departments of the CIS and non-CIS countries participate in the exhibition to develop trade and economic relations between the countries.
This year, national stands of manufacturers are presented by such countries as Afghanistan, South Korea, Germany, the USA, Russia and others. Today, more than 15 regional export centers of the Russian Federation form collective expositions to establish business contacts between Russian enterprises and the business community of Kazakhstan and Central Asia.
On November 4-6, 2020, the Central Asian International Agriculture Exhibition - AgroWorld Qazaqstan will celebrate its 15th anniversary. The exhibition will traditionally be held in Almaty, Atakent Exhibition Center.
The events of 2020 forced the world to step into a new reality.
In this new normality, where development depends on the speed of making the right decisions and quick adaptability, the agricultural sector faces new challenges to ensure the sustainable development of the country's food security.
Over the 15 years of its successful work, the AgroWorld Qazaqstan exhibition has established itself as a comprehensive dialogue platform in Central Asia, uniting the interests of representatives of state bodies, industry associations, unions, domestic agricultural producers and businesses in achieving the main goal: providing the country's population with high-quality and affordable food products and establishing interstate cooperation in the agro-industrial complex.
Today, 14 countries from Austria, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Jordan, Spain, Italy, Korea, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Turkey and a number of domestic enterprises, have confirmed their participation in the exhibition. Active international participation provides agricultural enterprises in Kazakhstan with a wide offer of innovative equipment and technologies from around the world for the effective functioning of the industry and increasing the profitability of farms.