THE FIRST-EVER
VIRTUAL SUMMIT ON
ENERGY TRANSITION
IN THE OIL & GAS

1st Virtual Summit
GO NET-ZERO CARBON ENERGY

We are facing a dual shock from the novel pandemic and a collapse in oil prices. The question is: what does it mean for the viability of clean energy transition?

That is where we come in.

Forget the pre-recorded voice-over-slides type of webcasts. With strong person-to-person interactions, our virtual event will feature breakout panel discussions, virtual round tables, facilitated speed networking sessions and more.

Can't join the event on the day? Register and we will send you the full recordings.

Go Net-Zero Carbon Energy Virtual Summit will focus on practical actions the oil & gas industry can take to rise to the challenge of energy transition in times of turmoil.

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Summit 2020 Virtual Experience

The first-of-a-kind virtual industry event unlike any you’ve experienced before 

 

Rich, interactive experience that can be accessed from anywhere in the world

 

Virtual round tables and breakout sessions for everyone to pitch in

 

Facilitated networking sessions and meaningful connections with relevant senior people

 

Carefully curated content from the industry’s brightest thinkers and energy thought leaders

 

Live polls, virtual booths, games, a live yoga class, prizes and more

 

AGENDA SNAPSHOTS

The ‘how’ of getting to net zero in times of turmoil

What does the combination of low oil price, the pandemic and volatile market conditions mean for the viability of clean energy transition and existing carbon commitments?

How can the oil and gas industry decarbonise?

The oil and gas sector will play an important role in the global energy transition. What are the most effective ways to decarbonise different sources of emissions?

Emerging low-carbon and energy transition technologies

Which energy transition technologies are most attractive for the oil & gas industry?

Transformation of the oil & gas supply chain

What form of collaboration between operators and the supply chain is necessary to enable energy transition?

Cleantech Venture Capital: the unexpected fellowship with the oil & gas

What are the current cleantech investment strategies of the oil & gas venture funds? How will the looming recession impact this market?

Partners

WOOD MACKENZIE IS THE EVENT INDUSTRY PARTNER

Wood Mackenzie Energy experts are part of the net-zero carbon energy sectors, cultivating a deep understanding of local issues and market forces worldwide.

Graham Bennett

Vice President Head of Energy Transition UK

DNV GL

Giancarlo Savini

Implementation Manager Shell Ventures

Shell

Jonathan Dredge

Head of Energy Transition Policy

Oil and Gas Authority

Nick Walker

Chief Operating Officer

Lundin Energy

Charbel Moussa

Director - Energy Transition

Accenture

Andreas Berger

VP Corporate Venture Capital

Wintershall Dea

AMONG REGISTERED ATTENDEES

INDUSTRY NEWS & INSIGHTS

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Equinor, Shell and Total sign off on building world's first carbon capture network
International oil giants hand in $685m to Norwegian government to develop project to capture 5 million tonnes of CO2 a year from European heavy-emitters
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Energy transition
in a time of turmoil
Carbon Tracker analyses the financial effects of the energy transition
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Total adopts a new climate ambition to get to Net Zero by 2050
Total announces today its ambition to get to net-zero emissions by 2050
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Total to examine if O&G platforms can run on renewable energy
French energy major Total has joined a project to explore the potential of powering offshore oil and gas platforms with floating wind and wave energy.
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Oil and gas major Galp persists with solar push despite €500m-plus cuts
Oil and gas firm Galp will not call off a two-billion-euro solar programme despite major spending cuts becoming the latest fossil fuel player
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Morgan Stanley tightens restrictions on coal-related financing activities
Morgan Stanley will no longer directly finance oil and gas exploration in the Arctic.

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