ABU DHABI, Kuwait is scheduled to partake in the Global Energy Congress that would kick off in the UAE capital on Monday, amid participation of 71 ministers and 500 executives managers representing diverse countries of the world.
The Kuwaiti Minister of Oil, Electricity and Water, Dr. Khaled Al-Fadel, would head his country’s delegation at the conference, one of the world’s broadest gatherings for discussing future of the industry.
More than 150 states will take part in a sideline exhibition during the 80-session convention.
UAE was chosen as host of the 2019 congress, becoming the first OPEC state to organize this crucial event that began 95 years ago.
Source: Kuwait News Agency