23 March - 1 April 2021

Progressive Collaboration and Innovative Solutions: Shaping the Future of Energy

Host Organisation


Co-Host Organisations

Mubadala Petroleum     Schlumberger

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

IPTC is committed to providing a professional, friendly and safe environment for all participants at its events, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnicity, religion, national origin or other protected class.

This code of conduct outlines the IPTC expectations for all participants, including attendees, speakers, vendors, media, exhibitors, sponsors and volunteers. Cooperation is expected from everyone, and IPTC will actively enforce this code throughout this event

Participants will be provided with personalised credentials allowing them access to the virtual event. These credentials are personal and non-transferable. Non-registered individuals and minors will not be able to access the virtual event, unless upon prior agreement with IPTC.

IPTC expects all event participants to help ensure a safe and positive experience for everyone. Unacceptable behaviour will not be tolerated during any portion of a meeting or event. Unacceptable behaviour includes but is not limited to:

  • Intimidating, harassing, abusive, discriminatory, derogatory or demeaning speech or actions.
  • Harmful or prejudicial verbal or written comments or visual images related to gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, disability or other personal characteristics, including those protected by law.
  • Inappropriate contact including via electronic communications.
  • The production or non-consensual sharing of harassing non-consensual photography or unwanted recording, including nudity and/or sexual images in virtual event (in any format, electronic or otherwise).
  • Real or implied threat of professional or financial damage or harm.
  • Inappropriate and sustained disruption of sessions, meetings and/or events.
  • Photographing, video or audio recording of slides, oral or presentations without prior written permission from IPTC.
  • Violating the rules and regulations of the virtual event platform.
  • Cybercrime and dubious online practises include but not limited to phishing, spamming, spoofing and cyberstalking.
  • Inappropriate self-presentation or attire. Business casual dress code is preferred.

Reporting of harassment and disruptive behaviours can be made to iptc@iptcnet.org.

Consequences of misconduct may include:

  • Immediate removal from meetings and/or events without warning.
  • Restrictions from future IPTC events.

IPTC reserves all rights to take any action to prevent and report violations of the Code of Conduct, including blocking access to IPTC events.  IPTC cannot investigate reports of harassment or other misconduct during the virtual event but will inform the appropriate departments of the accused person’s host institution about any such filed report.

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