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Energy Transition: What does low carbon future mean for the North Sea?
The current energy environment faces a dichotomy, some projections forecast that energy demand will double by 2050 while the urgency to tackle climate change continues to gather momentum as one of the biggest global challenges we face.
With UK Government’s commitments to ‘net-zero’ greenhouse emissions also by 2050, how can we strike the balance of energy production and decarbonisation? The transition will depend on all aspects of the energy system changing, including the consumer, to create a sustainable future, but how fast will the transition be? How do we ramp up our efforts to decarbonise energy production? Will we see the emphasis shift to gas and oil? What skills do we need to find the solutions to tackle climate change and decarbonisation?
Join us and our panel from EY, BHGE and DNV GL as we discuss this forecast, and debate how the oil and gas industry can play a leading role in the transition to a low carbon energy system.
Our panel members
Paul Bogenrieder, economist & energy futurist, EY
Liv Hovem, CEO oil & gas business area, DNV GL
Neil Saunders, president & CEO, BHGE Oilfield Equipment
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