The exhibition is set to be held at Egypt International Exhibition Center (EIEC), under the patronage of President Abdel Fattah al Sisi.
In statements on Friday, Petroleum Minister Tareq el Mulla said that this decision was taken after extensive consultations with key partners, taking into account the global situation of the coronavirus pandemic.
The exhibition brings together oil and gas professionals to engage in dialogue, create partnerships, do business and identify solutions and strategies that will reshape the global energy markets.
It attracts 300 exhibitors and 20,000 attendees from local and international businesses to identify opportunities from Egypt, North Africa and the Mediterranean’s future project requirements, strategic priorities and gain insights into the wider oil and gas sector.
Each year, the Egypt International Petroleum Conference and Exhibition provides one of the most important platforms for the oil and gas industry to do business and exchange information, attracting energy ministers, global CEOs and leading decision-makers across three days of business discussions and knowledge exchange