Media Accreditation

All media registrations are subject to accreditation – click here to submit your details to apply for a media pass. If you have any queries, please contact

Media accreditation for EMET will be strictly reserved for journalists working in print, radio, TV, film, news agencies and online media. Applicants must represent a bona fide media organization and fully comply with EMET media accreditation requirements.

Accreditation Process

Members of the media who would like to attend EMET and report on the conference and exhibition will have to complete the media accreditation process.

Each media applicant will be required to complete and submit an accreditation application.

Please Note

  • Business cards will not be accepted as media credentials.
  • We may ask you to submit additional information to support your application.
  • Sales, marketing and administration representatives of media organizations are not eligible for media accreditation.

The organizers will review each request and confirm by email correspondence if the application for accreditation has been accepted or declined. Successful applicants will receive email instructions on how to then complete the online registration process.

Freelance Journalists

Freelance journalists must also provide clear evidence that they are on assignment from a specific news organization or publication and the application must be accompanied by a letter of assignment from the assigning editor.

Online Media

Online media must meet the following additional requirements:

  • The online publication must belong to a registered company, such as a media organization, and have a specific, verifiable business address and telephone number. No website-only address will be accepted.
  • The online publication requesting accreditation for its journalists must have a substantial amount of original news content or commentary or analysis on the international energy industry.
  • New websites requesting accreditation must provide the latest information on their site’s visitors, their audience or other relevant material. The journalist must have an established record of having written extensively on international energy issues Online publications which are communications outreach or advocacy publications for non-governmental or non-profit organizations do not qualify for media accreditation.