The 44th International Conference of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE)
February 4-9, 2023, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Pathways to a Clean, Stable, and Sustainable Energy Future
Call for Volunteers

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will host the 44th International Conference on Energy Economics, which is being held for the first time in the Middle East, and is organized by the Saudi Association for Energy Economics and the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) during the period February 4-9, 2023, at the Center’s headquarters in Riyadh.

The Riyadh conference is held under the slogan “Paths to a clean, stable and sustainable energy future” in partnership with the International Association for Energy Economics, headquartered in the United States of America, with the aim of promoting energy economics and its practical applications. The conference is a global gathering of experts and specialists to address issues of traditional and renewable energy, environmental challenges and the stability of energy markets. The conference will attract more than 500 participants from around the world, including government officials, opinion leaders, and representatives of international and industrial organizations, academics, and students.

Through its plenary sessions and research papers presented from around the world, the conference will address topics including economics, diversification of the energy mix, development, climate change, energy transitions and pathways, energy investment and financing, modes and methods of mobility and technology, industrial efficiency and competitiveness, and fluctuations in the energy market and its supply security. The call for papers for the conference was broadcast through the platforms of the organizing authorities and the conference website https://iaee2023.saudi-aee.sa, and a date was set for submitting abstracts together with dates for notification of their acceptance and nomination for prizes.

Conference organizers wish to use volunteers from Saudi universities in colleges and departments related to the aforementioned conference topics, economics and energy-related student clubs, if any, and others to assist in the process of addressing key speakers and interlocutors in conference sessions, as well as other logistical arrangements.

Those wishing to volunteer can register through the following link:

Integrating Energy and Economics in the Global and Saudi Context.
Saudi Association for Energy Economics
About SAEE

SAEE is a non-profit, non-governmental association aiming at building capabilities in energy economics, developing professional and technical abilities in the energy sector and, advancing societal knowledge of energy economics through supporting and producing related research.

Mission

To create a network of academics, professionals, and interested parties to enhance the understanding of energy policy and economics and circulate ideas, experiences, and knowledge by interacting with the energy and economics stakeholders.