About The Conference

About The Conference

Global EPC Summit

The Annual Global EPC Contract & Project Management Conference stands as the premier summit in the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) industry, fostering thought leadership and networking within the realm of contract and project management. Throughout this conference, we delve into a myriad of topics surrounding EPC contracts and project management, addressing best practices that encompass effective schedule, budget, and resource management strategies.

Our discussions extend to the intricacies of EPC contract negotiation, exploring strategies to mitigate risks and ensure the success of projects. Emphasis is also placed on the pivotal role of innovation and technology in EPC projects, with a thorough examination of the latest trends, advancements, and considerations for sustainability and the environment in project design and execution.

In addition, our conference provides a unique opportunity to gain insights from actual experiences, featuring case studies and examples of contracts/projects that were executed and managed differently. Learn from dynamic, real-world scenarios that address supply chain constraints and evolving project demands. Explore how industry professionals tackled challenges, resolved issues, and adapted to a changing landscape.

Furthermore, the conference offers a comprehensive outlook on project demands across the energy and renewables sector, EPC market factors, and constraints, as well as contracting trends that shape the industry.

Join top industry players, including owners, EPCs, engineers, constructors, suppliers, consultants, researchers, and developers, to share real-world successes, practical knowledge, and experiences that directly benefit your business.

Themes And Topics

  • Contracting Success Factors and Trends
  • Capital Project Delays and Disruptions
  • Successful Management of EPC Contracts and Dispute Resolution Strategies
  • Critical challenges on construction projects
  • EPC Contract negotiation “How to Achieve Optimal Balance Between Owner and Contractor”.
  • Unforeseeable ground conditions and EPC contracts
  • Claims Management and Dispute Resolution strategies in EPC contracts
  • Future of procurement and contracts management within the EPC Industry
  • Strategizing EPC Bids for Avoiding Bottom-Line Hits
  • Limitation of liability clauses
  • Critical Risks in Construction Projects
  • Risk Management in Project execution: Traditional vs Energy Transition markets
  • Risk Management in EPC Contracts, Subcontracts, and Consortium
  • AI Contract Review Tool for EPC Contracts
  • How Do we educate AI
  • Optimizing Projects through Data
  • The System Agnostic Data Centric Execution
  • EU Foreign Subsidies Regulation

Reasons To Attend

  • Gain valuable insights into the latest trends, innovations, and challenges within the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) industry.
  • Stay informed about evolving practices, technologies, and market factors.
  • Engage with thought leaders, industry experts, and professionals who are at the forefront of EPC contract and project management.
  • Access a wealth of knowledge and expertise that can shape your approach to future projects.
  • Connect with top owners, EPCs, engineers, constructors, suppliers, consultants, researchers, and developers.

Who Should Attend?

The event will be of interest to both the Owner, EPCs, Constructors and Engineers and Suppliers.

The following provides an indication of those roles to which the conference will appeal, but it is in no way meant to be exhaustive.

Vice-Presidents, Chief Executive Officers, Chief Operating Officers, Heads of Project Management, Heads of PMO’s, General Managers, Directors, Heads, Managers and Senior Legal Counsel in projects, EPC Construction and/or Contract Management disciplines, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), Regulatory Bodies, Consultancy Solution Providers, Service Suppliers, and Industry Owners including:

  • Business Development Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Sustainability Managers
  • Operations
  • Production
  • Process
  • EPC Realization Managers
  • Risk Managers
  • Commercial Managers
  • Supply Chain Managers
  • Procurement Managers
  • Sales Managers
  • Legal Counsel
  • Project Sponsors
  • Project Consultants
  • Contracts Managers
  • Claims Managers
  • Compliance Officers
  • HSE and HSEQ Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Project Planners
  • Change Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Portfolio Managers
  • Project control functions