Advancing a Lower Carbon Future [GGP]
On April 10, the 2019 Columbia Global Energy Summit in New York City hosted top politicians, business leaders, and academics for a variety of lively discussions on what to expect in changes to the oil and gas landscape, the latest research on powering the low-carbon transition, navigating U.S. political fields to advance climate solutions, how to assess risk and build grid resilience, and much more.
This edition of the Columbia Energy Exchange features Vicki Hollub, President and CEO of Occidental Petroleum -- one of the largest oiand gas exploration and production companies in the U.S. and a major player in the Permian Basin. She joins host Jason Bordoff at the 2019 Columbia Global Energy Summit to discuss carbon pricing, the battle for dominance in the Permian Basin, what’s next for LNG, and the business case for advancing a lower carbon future.
“Without carbon capture, we’re not going to get there. That’s part of the reason we’re so committed to making it work,” Hollub explained at the Summit.
Vicki Hollub is the first woman to head a major American oil company, serving as an industry leader since she joined Occidental in 1982. In her 35 years with the company, she has held management and technical positions with responsibilities on three continents, including overseeing operations in the United States, Russia, Venezuela, and Ecuador. She is the chair of the U.S. Secretary of Energy Advisory Board and a member of the World Economic Forum and the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative.
LISTEN to the conversation 'Advancing a Lower Carbon Future' at Columbia Energy Exchange, Columbia|SIPA Centre on Global Energy Policy
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