The 13th Asian Oil and Gas Conference

The 13th Asian Oil and Gas Conference (AOGC) was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from June 8th to 10th. The theme of the conference was “Implementing new solutions to achieve development”. Participants discussed 9 issues including political and economic programs, energy trade, alternative energy sources and the Clean Development Mechanism.
Malaysian Prime Minister Badawi made a speech at the 13th Asian Petroleum and Natural Gas Annual Meeting and suggested that the oil and natural gas industries take measures to achieve energy technology breakthroughs, strengthen energy research and development, and establish new alliances and cooperation models to ensure the safety of energy use. , Reliable and Effective, in order to protect the environment while improving people's living standards.
Badawi said that the international community needs to seriously resolve issues in the Middle East and other hot spots in order to ensure future world energy security. He stressed that it is no longer possible to allow big countries to perform unilaterally in the Middle East, placing the quest for narrow unilateral interests above world peace and security needs. Only by working hard to achieve peace in these areas can we ensure the world’s energy security in the coming period.
Badawi also said that in the face of energy problems, more and more countries are eager to shift to finding and developing alternative fuels such as biofuels, and to use food such as corn and sugar cane for biofuel production, which has affected food safety. Solving energy security issues is of course urgent but it cannot affect food safety and other aspects of modern life.
The three-day conference was organized by the National Petroleum Corporation of Malaysia. Over 1,000 oil and energy company executives, economists, banking representatives, investment analysis experts, government officials, and representatives from the United States, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and France attended the meeting to discuss the current international oil market. Supply and demand and security issues.
The first Asian Oil and Gas Conference was held in 1996. After more than 10 years of development, this annual meeting has become an important forum for the oil and gas industry in Asia. It provides leaders, experts and policy makers in the oil industry to exchange information, discuss and deliberate Oil and gas industry faces problems and challenges.