About the Jordan International Energy Summit 2017

The 3rd Jordan International Energy Summit will take place under the Patronage of the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources on 2 – 3 April 2017 at the Grand Hyatt Amman, Jordan.

The importance of JIES 2017 is reflected by the attendance from all over the region and throughout the Kingdom. Delegates to the conference will meet with the following who will lead delegations at JIES 2017:

  • H.E. Dr Ibrahim Saif, Minister of Energy & Mineral Resources, Jordan
  • H.E. Moulay Hafid Elalamy, Minister of Energy, Mines, Water & Environment, Morocco
  • H.E. Eng. Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum & Mineral Resources, Egypt
  • H.E. Dr. András Aradszki, Minister of State for Energy Affairs of the Ministry of National Development of Hungary
  • H.E. Qasim Al-Fahadawi, Minister of Electricity, Iraq
  • H.E. Hela Cheikhrouhou, Minister of Energy, Mining and Renewables, Tunisia
  • H.E. Abdullah Al-Akwa’, Minister of Electricity & Energy, Yemen
  • H.E. Dr. Mohamed Zayed Awad, Minister of Petroleum & Gas, Sudan
  • H.E. Eng. Mohamed Shaker, Minister of Electricity & Renewable Energy, Egypt
  • Mr. Khalid Jolo, CEO Nebras on behalf of the Qatar Government
  • Dr. Kalamis, CEO, Cyprus Hydrocarbons Service on behalf of the Cyprus Government

The Summit combines a comprehensive overview of the key issues facing Jordan’s energy sector, with wider insight into the role that the Kingdom plays as the primary energy hub in the region. The event will be covering investment opportunities in different energy sectors including; Renewable Energy, Nuclear, Oil, Shale, Gas Supply as well as updates on the new oil pipeline project connecting Iraq, Jordan and Egypt.

HE Prime Minister Ensour delivered the opening address at JIES 2016

JIES 2016 welcomed over 500 delegates from over 25 countries

HE Prime Minister Ensour led an official tour of the exhibition

Why Attend?

  • JIES will provide a highly strategic, informative and dynamic platform for discussion that is supported by government, operators, service companies and all the key players for Jordan and the wider region
  • Showcasing reserve potential and projects and highlighting the important role that Jordan will play in the regional energy industry
  • Share knowledge and learning with all of the key players
  • Discuss the latest issues and identify the best solutions
  • Draw on experience and lessons learnt from around the world