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The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative is a CEO-led organization bringing together 12 of the largest companies worldwide to lead the oil and gas industry’s response to climate change. It aims to accelerate action towards a net zero emissions future consistent with the Paris Agreement. Together, OGCI member companies represent almost 30% of global oil and gas production.   

OGCI members set up OGCI Climate Investments to create a US$1 billion-plus fund that invests in companies, technologies and projects that accelerate decarbonization within energy, industry, built environments and transportation. Combined, OGCI members have invested almost US$40 billion in low carbon solutions over the past five years.  

OGCI members are Aramco, bp, Chevron, CNPC, Eni, Equinor, ExxonMobil, Occidental, Petrobras, Repsol, Shell and TotalEnergies. 



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The Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group is the original energy transition organisation, working on behalf of members to empower energy supply chain and champion its expertise. AREG has supported the supply chain since 2003 to get involved in renewables and give our members a powerful voice in the sector. AREG aligns opportunities with capabilities in the supply chain, supports renewable energy businesses and facilitates the transfer of technology, skills, and expertise from oil & gas. We promote the region and our members nationally and internationally, as well as enabling, supporting, and promoting local renewable projects.

Mechanical sector represented by ANIMA within Confindustria counts 223.000 employees, 52,1 billion euro production and 57,1% export share (estimates 2021). ANIMA numbers 31 associations and 1,000 companies. Technologies represented: energy production and oil & gas; logistics and handling; water and food; industry; building; personal security and safety; metallic products. ANIMA safeguards and promotes member-companies in Italy and abroad, supporting them as for technical and economic issues.

Assorisorse is the Italian Sustainable Energy & Resources Industry Association comprising the companies of the Energy value chain committed to enhancing natural resources and intellectual skills through technological innovation, carbon neutrality and circular economy. The mission is to decarbonize hard-to-abate industrial processes and promote the environmental, economic and social sustainability.

The Association includes Italian and international companies that operate in the extraction of solid minerals, in the exploration and production of oil and gas, as well as geothermal fluids, natural gas storage, and in the provision of equipment and services for the oil and gas industries to both the Italian and international markets.

Assorisorse is part of Confindustria and is organized into four sectors: Mining, Subsurface Energy Resources, Services, Carbon Neutrality & Circular Economy.

Founded in 1997, the Bilateral Chamber is a U.S.-based nonprofit organization that fosters sustainable economic growth and educational advancement between stakeholders. Our programs advance collaborative commercial solutions founded on the principles of mutual respect and understanding. Providing market access, relationship development, and investment attraction, we have delivered billions of dollars to clients in over 30 countries.

Backed by nearly 60 years of experience, CEDIGAZ is widely recognized as a dependable source of information by gas analysts, international organizations such as the International Energy Agency (IEA) or the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and reference publications like the BP Statistical Review. Today, leading oil and gas companies, industry organizations, banks, consultants, engineering and equipment firms from forty countries rely on the excellence and the reliability of CEDIGAZ’s regular news, surveys and databases.

Clean Energy Business Council (CEBC): A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting clean energy including renewables, energy efficiency, smart grid, energy storage, electric mobility, climate finance, etc. The CEBC provides a platform to further dialogue between the public and private sectors to develop much needed policy and regulation to help drive the implementation of clean energy across the MENA region. 

The Center for Liquefied Natural Gas (CLNG) advocates for public policies that advance the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the United States, and its export internationally. A committee of the Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA), CLNG represents the full LNG value chain, including large-scale LNG producers in the United States, shippers, and multinational developers, providing it with unique insight into the ways in which the vast potential of this abundant and versatile fuel can be fully realized.

In Germany, the DVGW - Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water is the competence network for all issues relating to the supply of gas and drinking water - as the recognized rule-setter for the industry, as the technical and scientific know-how provider and as the initiator and promoter of research projects and innovations.

The DVGW is the point of contact for industry, science and politics. In cooperation with other national and international associations, it helps shape the future of German and European energy and water supply: On the one hand, it is time for a metabolism towards climate-neutral gases such as hydrogen. On the other hand, it is important to ensure a safe and sustainable drinking water supply even in times of climate change. These overarching goals define the DVGW work program in the debate on the regulatory framework, in research, rulemaking, certification and vocational training, as well as in press and public relations work.

With over 23 years’ experience successfully recruiting in the energy and commodities market Eleven works with clients globally across gas, power, LNG, emissions, oil, shipping, chemicals, alternative technologies, and renewables. Sourcing highly experienced talent in trading, finance, risk, credit, compliance, and engineering, Eleven connect the right people; matching aspiration and ambition alongside expertise and technical capability.

The EMGF has progressively evolved into the most renowned Energy Forum in the Mediterranean region. In a very short period, it has become a diplomatic break-through and a transformational project in the region. The significance of the EMGF goes beyond energy; it is a pivotal enabler of regional peace, and a vital engine for economic growth and prosperity.

The EIC delivers high-value market intelligence to members through its online energy project database, and via a global network of staff who work in-the-field to provide qualified regional insight.

Along with practical assistance and facilitation services, the EIC's access to information keeps members one step ahead of the competition in a demanding global marketplace.

The EIC is the leading Trade Association providing dedicated services to help members understand, identify and pursue business opportunities globally. Established in 1943, the EIC is a not-for-profit organisation with a membership of over 650 companies who deliver goods and services to the energy industries worldwide.

ESMIG is the European Association representing smart energy solution providers. Our members, ranging from SMEs to multinational companies, provide products, information technology and services for multi-commodity metering and for the display and management of energy consumption and production at consumer premises. These products and services include customised tariffs and accurate bills and a precise overview of consumption and manageable demand, making energy cleaner, more affordable and more reliable. With information at the core, our members provide the crucial ingredients in smart consumer energy management through accurately measuring, transferring, and processing energy related data while ensuring this data is relevant and safe.

Eurogas is an association representing the European gas wholesale, retail and distribution sectors in relation to relevant EU institutions.

Fondazione Politecnico di Milano was established in 2003 at the behest of Politecnico di Milano, together with our city’s main institutions and the regional government of Lombardy, with the support of several important business companies. Fondazione is actively engaged in enhancing the University’s development path of accessible innovation and to share the many strengths that define its research in the fields of engineering, architecture and industrial design with manufacturing companies and the local community, driving progress to build the future.

The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA) represents over seventy-five leading companies and organizations advancing innovative, clean, safe, and reliable energy technologies. FCHEA drives support and provides a consistent industry voice to regulators and policymakers promoting the environmental and economic benefits of fuel cell technologies and hydrogen energy.

Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is the association representing the interests of European gas infrastructure operators. Our members are active in transmission, storage and regasification via LNG terminals. They work and innovate with renewable and low-carbon molecules, including hydrogen, natural gas and biogases.

Gathering 67 industry entities from 26 EU countries, we hear out and embody the multiple decarbonisation pathways of the different regions of Europe.

We believe that by 2050, the gas infrastructure will be the new innovative energy system’s backbone, allowing EU citizens and industries to benefit from a secure, cost-effective and sustainable energy supply.

GIE members are committed to delivering the European Union (EU)’s goal in being the first continent achieving climate neutrality by 2050. We believe that an integrated energy system approach, based on renewable and decarbonized molecules and electrons, paves the way to achieve this target in the most efficient and cost affordable way.

Hydrogen is the energy carrier of the 21st century.
In combination with renewable primary energies, it provides a basis for the energy economy of the future. The German Hydrogen and Fuel-Cell Association (DWV) is the umbrella organisation in Germany for all concerned with the general application of hydrogen as an energy carrier. We also advocate that hydrogen be produced from renewable energies – for a sustainable energy economy.

Italian Association of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells are the voice of the Italian industry and research centres involved in the hydrogen supply chain and aim to promote technological progress and the development of the Italian market relating to the production, storage and use of hydrogen.

Lean In Network I Energy (LINE) has a powerful two-fold purpose - women’s career empowerment and gender parity in the energy industry. As a virtual, global and voluntary organization, with brand recognition for the energy vertical to build a more sustainable and equitable energy workplace for women, its membership and events are at no cost, making available first class resources, knowledge and networking opportunities for members. LINE seeks to change, challenge and collaborate for women, to secure the much needed diversity of perspectives in generating long-term innovation and greater, bottom-line success across the sector.

Materials Performance (MP) Magazine is the world’s largest circulation magazine dedicated exclusively to corrosion prevention and control. Published monthly by the Association of Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP), MP covers the latest methods of corrosion control used in the oil and gas industry and infrastructure worldwide.

MEDREG is the Association of Mediterranean Energy Regulators, which brings together 27 regulators from 22 countries, spanning the European Union (EU), the Balkans and North Africa. Mediterranean regulators work together to promote greater compatibility of the regional energy markets and legislations, seeking progressive market integration in the Euro-Mediterranean basin.

Through constant cooperation and information exchange among members, MEDREG aims at fostering consumer rights, energy efficiency, infrastructure investment and development, based on secure, safe, cost-effective and environmentally sustainable energy systems. MEDREG is co-funded by the European Union. See www.medreg-regulators.org/

The Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) represents integrated and independent companies that supply natural gas. Founded in 1965, NGSA is the only national trade association that solely focuses on producer-marketer issues related to the downstream natural gas industry. NGSA advocates for well-functioning markets that foster a growing, competitive market for natural gas.  NGSA is dedicated to achieving a cleaner future through strong partnerships with renewables and supporting innovative technologies and market solutions that reduce emissions.

A business development organisation helping to make valuable connections between businesses in the global energy sector. We work on behalf of our members and our network of partners to put companies of all sizes in touch with the best and most innovative supply chain businesses in the UK.

The NIA is the trade association for the civil nuclear industry in the UK. The NIA represents more than 250 companies across the supply chain. The diversity of NIA membership enables effective and constructive industry-wide interaction. We believe nuclear energy is essential to meet the UK’s future clean energy needs. Together with renewables, clean coal and energy efficiency, nuclear can reduce carbon emissions. As part of a diversified energy mix, modern nuclear-generated energy can provide safe and reliable sources of power for UK homes, hospitals, schools and industries. NIA member companies also have significant expertise in nuclear decommissioning and clean-up, with 17 nuclear sites in the UK currently being managed through the process.


Oil and Gas Job Search is the world's premier oil, gas, and energy industry job site. Over 3.7 million registered oil, gas and energy professionals trust us to source their next role. We are industry thought leaders, publishing our own annual Employment and Salary guide to enable candidates to find out just how much they are worth.

We send over 12 million job alerts every month with relevant roles for our site users based on their specified requirements. No other energy industry site can drive quality applications like Oil and Gas Job Search.

Oilandgasjobsearch.com & Energyjobsearch.com are a part of CareerBuilder, a global, end-to-end human capital solutions company. 


The Petroleum Club of Romania is a non-governmental, apolitical and non-profit association established in 2001 to protect and promote the interests of the oil & gas industry in Romania. The Club provides an ideal forum for those working in the oil, gas and energy industry who wish to cultivate and foster relationships with their colleagues at the highest levels. It also allows people in our industry to explore new opportunities as well as to provide a conduit for dialogue with authorized Romanian and international entities.

The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) established to
promote safety and industry best practice in the use of gas as a marine fuel. The Society has Consultative
Status with the IMO and is governed by a representative Board and driven by three principal Committees.
SGMF has several working groups at any one-time solving issues and producing outputs such as
Guidelines and checklists for the industry. The Society has produced fourteen ISBN publications, has over
150 international members ranging from energy majors, port authorities, fuel suppliers through to
equipment manufacturers and classification societies.

The Society is the definitive information resource for the industry.

For more information, please visit www.sgmf.info.

The Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators (SIGTTO) is a non-profit making organisation dedicated to protect and promote the mutual interests of its members in matters related to the safe and reliable operation of gas tankers and terminals within a sound environment. The Society was founded in 1979 and was granted consultative status at IMO in November 1983. SIGTTO currently represents around 200 member companies from 50 countries, covers more than 90% of the world’s LNG vessels and terminals and over 50% of the LPG market.

Founded in 1946, the Texas Independent Producers & Royalty Owners Association (TIPRO) is a trade association representing the interests of nearly 3,000 independent oil and natural gas producers and royalty owners in Texas. The advocacy organization was established more than 76 years ago by independent producers to provide a unified voice for the industry and advocate for the ability to explore and produce oil and natural gas. TIPRO proudly works with leaders in the Texas Legislature, U.S. Congress, local municipalities and regulatory agencies to share the story on the importance of American oil and gas development. TIPRO membership is open to any individual seeking unparalleled legislative and regulatory resources, targeted networking, educational and marketing opportunities and industry news and intelligence -- to join the association, visit www.tipro.org

The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) established to promote safety and industry best practice in the use of gas as a marine fuel. The Society has Consultative Status with the IMO and is governed by a representative Board and driven by two principal Committees. SGMF has several working groups at any one-time solving issues and producing outputs such as Guidelines and checklists for the industry. The Society has produced twelve ISBN publications, has over 145 international members ranging from energy majors, port authorities, fuel suppliers through to equipment manufacturers and classification societies. The Society is the definitive information resource for the industry. For more information, please visit www.sgmf.info.

USRCC serves businesses through networking events, training opportunities, business development opportunities, educational opportunities, and creative solutions to their business needs. USRCC assists U.S. companies developing the Russian and CIS markets by selecting business partners and identifying market opportunities for business growth and expansion. Russian and CIS companies benefit from USRCC’s in-depth knowledge of the business community in the U.S., and USRCC provides access to high-level business and government decision-makers.

With over 3400 members, the VDMA is the largest network organization and an important voice for the mechanical engineering industry in Germany and Europe. The association represents the common economic, technical and scientific interests of this unique and diverse industry.
Learn more about the diverse topics, industries and services of the VDMA here. With our broad-based organizational structure and the know-how of more than 500 employees worldwide, we support you in making the right decisions in your company.