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North America's Leading Energy Event
June 8 - 10, 2021
Stampede Park - Calgary, Canada

Why Exhibit?

The Global Energy Show is the ideal platform for companies from across the entire energy landscape to showcase their expertise and services to investors looking to do business in the North American market.

With 53,000+ industry professionals expected to attend over 3 days of industry innovation, knowledge exchange and networking, the exhibition provides companies the unique opportunity to maximize brand exposure to the right audience.

1. Showcase your products, services and solutions

Exhibiting at the Global Energy Show allows exhibitors the opportunity to sell their products, services and solutions to industry buyers and decision makers.

2. Solidify your business network

The Global Energy Show draws professionals with strong buying power and gives exhibitors the opportunity to meet with existing connections and potential leads involved in the energy mix.

3. Reach your target audience

With 9/10 attendees being a key influencer, decision maker or purchaser, exhibiting at the Global Energy Show delivers real business opportunities.

4. Access new markets

Connect with primary stakeholders from upcoming regions developing project plans, budget allocations, timelines and tap into opportunities to win contracts.

5. Enhance brand recognition

The Global Energy Show brings a unique opportunity to differentiate your brand from the competition and create a lasting impression on current and potential customers.

6. Get instant feedback

Engage with your target audience in a short time frame, explore new ideas, gain first-hand product feedback and understand the trends shaping the future of energy.

Global demand for natural gas is expected to increase 36% by 2040.

Supplying 25% of total energy consumed worldwide, and global demand for oil will increase by 9%, supplying 28% of total energy consumed.

By 2040 total oil demand will increase by 9%.

While use of oil for transportation will peak, growth in petrochemicals means more oil will be needed in the future.