The Atlantic Council Global Energy Forum convenes the world’s top energy and foreign policy decision makers annually to set the global energy agenda for the year ahead and examine the longer-term geopolitical and geo-economic implications of the changing energy system.
The Forum at COP28 takes place at a time of rapid transformation of the global energy landscape and will enable a diverse community of industry executives, policymakers, and thought leaders. Join us in-person or virtually at the COP28 Green Zone Connect Conference Center (Dec. 5) and the St. Regis Dubai, The Palm (Dec. 7).
December 5 agenda
December 7 agenda
Global Energy Forum Jan 14, 2023
COP28 president-designate: With the world ‘way off track’ on Paris goals, ‘transformational progress’ is needed
By Daniel Malloy
In his first remarks since being named the incoming president of COP28, Sultan Al Jaber spoke on Saturday morning at the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Forum in Abu Dhabi.
New Atlanticist Jan 14, 2023
Highlights from Abu Dhabi as policy leaders gathered for the Global Energy Forum
By Atlantic Council
Top experts and policymakers at our Global Energy Forum lay out the energy implications of the war in Ukraine, global climate cooperation, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Inflection Points Jan 14, 2023
Dispatch from Abu Dhabi: How to reduce carbon emissions without blocking progress
By Frederick Kempe
Despite the successes of the NATO summit, Russia’s missile strike on a Ukrainian shopping mall put the brutality of Putin’s war into stark relief.
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