Now in its ninth edition, LEWAS 2023 engages, empowers, and elevates issues that are at the very heart of the energy industry. What makes LEWAS even more important is in addition to recognising women it also recognises male advocates and corporations who champion women in energy, enabling women to shatter stereotypes and support the industry to advance.
Tomorrow's challenges demand a formidable force of talent - one that can ignite transformation with force and flexibility. We celebrate excellence, ignite thinking and foster dialogues that uncover pivotal trends that shape the future of work.
The talent landscape is in a constant state of flux - grappling with sky-high turnover rates, shrinking pipelines, and looming inflation. At LEWAS, we are not deterred. We're DE&I trailblazers committed to delivering tangible solutions for the workforce of tomorrow.
Our focus is to build a low-carbon future that requires innovation and insights delivered by a diverse workforce. LEWAS is closely aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls around the globe.
Join us on this journey of progress toward powering tomorrow.
LEWAS - GROW scripts new chapter in women empowerment
On 10 May 2023, we embarked on a new chapter and welcomed a very special initiative - GROW, previously known as the Gulf Region Organization for Women by Saudi Aramco.
Under the MoU, LEWAS and GROW will combine it's offerings to put forward an even more robust GROW offering to further develop the talent pipeline for women in the Middle East by joining forces with universities, organisations and governments to empower and embolden more women to grow into leadership roles.
Since the MoU signing, GROW has been rebranded to GRWx, Elevating Women Xpotenially.
Saudi Aramco, a global energy and chemicals company with an 80-year history, aims to lead the energy transition towards a net-zero economy. Committed to providing reliable, affordable, and sustainable energy, they support events, organizations, and projects aligned with their business objectives and strategy, benefiting people and communities worldwide.
Johns Hopkins Aramco Health
For many years, Johns Hopkins Medicine– a globally respected academic health body – and Saudi Aramco– one of the world’s largest energy companies – have led the way in our respective fields. So when, in 2013, we joined forces to create a brand-new health service for Saudi Aramco employees and their dependents – expanding on the capabilities of the company’s long-established medical facilities – we knew an exciting future was in store.
Mubadala Energy is an international energy company, headquartered in Abu Dhabi. With a diversified portfolio of operated and non-operated assets spanning 11 countries, its primary geographic focus is in the Middle East and North Africa, Russia and Southeast Asia.
From our trading legacy, Rawabi Holding has developed into a diversified conglomerate. Rooted in the region, Rawabi Holding has extensive expertise in understanding and anticipating market dynamics. We recognize what businesses need to do to be successful and we are dedicated to helping our partners, joint ventures and businesses succeed.
SLB is a global technology company that drives energy innovation for a balanced planet. With a global footprint in more than 100 countries and employees representing almost twice as many nationalities, we work each day on innovating oil and gas, delivering digital at scale, decarbonizing industries, and developing and scaling new energy systems that accelerate the energy transition.
SATORP is a cutting-edge refinery formed through the collaboration of industry leaders Saudi Aramco and TotalEnergies. With an impressive daily processing capacity of 460,000 barrels and an unwavering commitment to safety and environmental excellence, SATORP stands as a pinnacle of world-class refinery innovation.
Founded in 2003 and with 54% ownership by the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, TAQA (The Industrialization and Energy Services Company) is an international company headquartered in Dharan and Abu Dhabi that offers leading well solutions for the energy industry and is creating value and opportunity for all its stakeholders. TAQA has more than 5,000 people in more than 20 countries and serves multiple markets.
ART, a joint venture between W. R. Grace & Co. and Chevron, is a leading supplier of hydroprocessing catalysts that produce cleaner fuels. ART Hydroprocessing™ technology represents a complete portfolio of resid hydrotreating, hydrocracking, and lubes hydroprocessing, and distillate hydrotreating catalyst technologies through a global manufacturing network.
Official Partner & Supporting Organisations
iSAW - International Strategic Accelerator for Women