The Second Edition of the South America Energy Series (SAES 2020)  will return to Bogota - Colombia from 10-12 June 2020. SAES 2020 features a wealth of content for strategically minded companies, seeking a full solution event.

South America has been transforming its energy matrix with record setting renewable energy investment and aggressive E&P bid rounds in nearly every energy-producing country.

10
SHOWCASE STANDS
400
LEADING ENERGY EXECUTIVES
100
Speakers
30
PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES
200
ONE-TO-ONE BUSINESS MATCHING MEETINGS

The 2nd edition of the South America Energy Series will bring together an international assembly of public sector stakeholders and policy makers with credible private sector investors, developers and business leaders. The regional summit will drive energy transformation in Colombia and across South America uniting all energy in one place.

SAES 2020 delivers 400+ leading energy executives, a strategic conference programme with Oil & Gas and Power & Utilities conference streams, plenary sessions, keynote presentations, a technical conference, exhibition and high value networking opportunities. 

 

Participate at the Leading Energy Transformation Summit in Colombia & South America 

The region has been experiencing an energy transformation of its systems in order to diversify its energy mix and continue moving  towards a cleaner energy matrix.

The energy transformation will be one of the major elements that reshapes geopolitics in the 21st century, alongside trends in demography, inequality, urbanization, technology, environmental sustainability, military capability, and domestic politics in major states (Source IREANA)

"We seek to improve the competitiveness of the energy market through power auctions, long-term contracts and complementary services. Likewise, we want to diversify the power generation matrix with alternative energy sources and the implementation of new mechanisms to allow the entrance of new players. The energy transformation is one of the priorities of the National Government, which will boost the use of cleaner energy sources such as natural gas and unconventional renewables” 

Diego Mesa, CFAVice Minister of Energy, Ministry of Mines & Energy Colombia