The Oxford Energy Seminar is a fully residential, educational conference for government officials, industrialists, managers and other professionals involved in either public or corporate decisionmaking in the field of energy. The seminar has been held annually, in September, since 1979. It is now widely recognised as an important international forum on energy.
To enhance the professional qualifications of participants through an intensive exposure to the latest developments in thinking and knowledge on problems of energy.
To improve the understanding of forces shaping the future environment in which both investment and policy decisions relating to energy will be made.
To provide a privileged opportunity for close contacts and a fruitful dialogue between participants from petroleum exporting and petroleum importing countries.