The debate over the role that gas should play in the energy transition has been brought into sharp focus in recent months as a global energy crisis has unfolded. While some argue that the shift from hydrocarbons should be accelerated in light of recent events, others caution that further investment in oil and gas is fundamental to delivering energy security and economic prosperity. In this webinar, we look at what lessons can be learnt from the unprecedented spike in energy prices. Joining this crucial discussion are Ronald Smith, senior oil and gas analyst at BCS Global Markets, James Henderson, director of Energy Transition Research Initiative at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and Leonid Grigoriev, Professor of Moscow Higher School of Economics. Moderated by Joseph Murphy, Editor in Chief, Natural Gas World.
21st Century Energy, 21st Opportunity - Webinar
This webinar precedes the Canadian Gas Dialogues Conference, to be held in Calgary on September 29, 2021.
Shannon Joseph (CAPP), Paul Cheliak (CGA) and Jim Campbell (CEPA), moderated by Julie Gaudreau (IGRC 2024) will discuss the state of innovation in the natural gas industry during this discussion that will touch upon the following topics:
- What can the upstream/midstream and downstream do to collaborate and drive further natural gas innovation? What specific markets holds the most opportunity (residential, industry, LNG export, etc?).
- What is the single biggest barrier to natural gas innovation and what is the top solution?
- Have net zero emission reduction targets changed the scope and nature of the innovation investments across the gas value chain?
Please join us for this complimentary webinar.
For more details on the one day conference, please visit https://www.naturalgasworld.com/canadian-gas-dialogues-2021
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Recorded July 21, 2021
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