Who We Are
The Energy Council started as a single conference in 2010. A decade later it has become the world's leading network of senior energy executives, and continues to grow. The Energy Council is no longer just one singular conference, but a network followed by over 100,000 professionals around the globe. Our network's primary mission is to connect energy executives to each other and to the finance and investment communities surrounding them.
Our Mission Is To Mobilise Capital
The Council launches its Podcast series and it's first digital event offerings.
The President of Senegal launches the 2020 Senegal Licensing Round at the MSGBC Summit in Dakar.
The Council rings the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate 10 years of supporting capital formation and deal flow.
The Minerals & Royalties hub is launched in North America.
iCouncil launches – the new online video series.
New Leaders Series invite-only forum and MSGBC Summit added to the roster.
The World Refining Association, Energy Exchange and Getenergy join the network
The Council Signature team hosts two technical workshops in conjunction with PETRONAS
The opening of our Lagos office welcomes our second African office to the Council family
The World Energy Capital Assembly ‘s Awards Dinner hosts largest capital markets awards ceremony in Europe
China Energy Assembly becomes the largest capital markets event ever hosted on the Chinese Mainland
Launch of the Energy Council Network looking at investment in low carbon solutions
The Council and its Partners Close Nasdaq
We welcome our 10,000th Member through the door
We launch into South America hosting events in both Argentina and Colombia
The Women’s Energy Council is launched
Additional offices opened in Houston and Dubai to support our expanding membership
Launched into Asia in both Hong Kong and Singapore
World Energy Council Assembly in London becomes the largest capital markets conference in Europe
Open offices in New York
Drillers and Dealers Magazine launches
Tom Petrie, Vice Chairman, Bank of America–Merrill Lynch becomes the Energy Council's first ever speaker in New York City
Office opens in London soon followed by Cape Town
Founded on the London Underground by Ross Campbell and Iain Pitt