ABU DHABI—The annual Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) held last week witnessed several discussions on energy policies and renewable energy, where ministers and global leaders talked about government policies for access to affordable energy, in addition to their economic and environmental benefits.

During a Ministerial and Policy session, energy ministers from Pakistan, Senegal and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) addressed access to sustainable and affordable energy supply while embracing both oil and gas and renewables.

Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei, minister of energy and industry of the UAE, said that governments must design long-term energy policies, which need to address affordability of available energy sources, environmental impact on future generations and a global commitment to affordable and cleaner forms of energy.

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