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Energy 2050 Summit

On Demand

Virtual Event

Event Agenda

Please note all times in the Agenda are in British Standard Time (BST)

Day 1 21st October 2020

8.30am

Networking

Coffee & Icebreakers

9.00am

Welcome Address

Setting the Scene Energy 2050

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Daniel Davidson

CEO

Frontier
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9.05am

Opening Keynote

Partnerships for a low carbon future

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Salla Ahonen

Vice President, Sustainability

Neste
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9.20am

Session 1

Net Zero; Global Trends & Drivers of Change

Senior Roundtable Discussion & Q&A

This session sets the tone for the Summit on the key factors driving momentum towards Net Zero. What are the drivers of change within society, business and politics? Has the global economic shock of 2020 accelerated this rate of change and what are the change enablers and opportunities for companies in oil & energy sector? Who will be the winners and losers of Net Zero?

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Martyn Link

Chief Strategy Officer

Wood
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Kingsmill Bond

Energy Strategist

Carbon Tracker
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Rob Doepel

Partner

EY Energy Leader (UK&I)
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Sujay Shah

Managing Director, Clean Tech

Standard Chartered Bank
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10.35am

Networking Break | One-to-One Business Meetings

Virtual Networking for Members and Executive Pass Holders

11.05am

Session 2

Leading Companies In The Energy Transition

Senior Roundtable Discussion & Q&A

Hear from leading companies in energy transition who have made the path to Net Zero an integral part of their businesses. Hear of their plans/ strategies for a carbon neutral world. This session highlights the opportunities and challenges of taking on the challenge of Energy 2050 and how energy companies are working to achieve this.

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Damien Speight

Head of Markets Innovation

Ørsted
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Claire Dykta

Head of UK Strategy

National Grid
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Salla Ahonen

Vice President, Sustainability

Neste
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12.20pm

Networking Break | One-to-One Business Meetings

Virtual Networking for Members and Executive Pass Holders

1.20pm

Keynote

Missing link to a liveable climate

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Eric Ingersoll

Managing Director

Lucid Catalyst
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1.40pm

Session 3

Clean Energy Finance

Senior Roundtable Discussion & Q&A

This session covers the critical topic of clean energy finance. Who is going to pay for the transition? What factors will determine where finance into energy will be deployed and how will investors and financiers prioritise investments going forward? How will carbon be priced and what can be expect in decades to come for carbon offsetting.

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Olivier Mussat

Chief Investment Officer

International Finance Corporation
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Michael Ridley

Senior Responsible Investment Specialist

HSBC Global Asset Management
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Andrew Smith

Director

Greenbackers Investment Capital
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Sylvia van Waveren MSc.

Environmental Engagement Specialist, Director Active Ownership

Robeco
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2.55pm

Networking Break | One-to-One Business Meetings

Virtual Networking for Members and Executive Pass Holders

3.25pm

Session 4

New & Evolving Technologies

Short Presentation Followed By Q&A

A profiling of the most current and trending new and evolving technologies acting as enablers to a carbon neutral future. Is there a silver bullet or is it a combination of technologies that will provide a platform for energy transition. From CCS to hydrogen, let’s hear about the technologies that are being invested in right now for the future.

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Maud Texier

Carbon Free Energy Lead

Google
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Gareth Hughes

UK Representative - Business Development

Carbon Engineering
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Meghan Sharp

Global Head of bp ventures and vp innovation engine

BP
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Philipp Stratmann

VP Global Business Development

Ocean Power Technologies
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4.35pm

Day 1

Concluding Remarks

Day 2 22nd October 2020

8.30am

Networking

Coffee & Icebreakers

9.05am

Welcome Back

Reflections on Day 1 and What Lies Ahead Day 2

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Gayle Meikle

CEO

Frontier
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9.20am

Session 5

Evolving Strategies In Energy Transition

Senior Roundtable Discussion & Q&A

This session sets the tone for day two of the Summit on the evolving strategies for Net Zero. What strategies are companies deploying to achieve carbon neutral and where are they committing to invest?

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Miriam Eaves

Head of Origination

bp Launchpad
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Graham Bennett FEI

Vice President DNV GL, Head of Energy Transition UK

DNV GL
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Alan James

Managing Director

Pale Blue Dot Energy
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David Linden

Head of Energy Transition

Westwood Global Energy Group
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10.35am

Networking Break | One-to-One Business Meetings

Virtual Networking for Members and Executive Pass Holders

11.05am

Session 6

ESG & Society

Senior Roundtable Discussion & Q&A

We will hear about the importance of the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors in building a bridge to Net Zero. How different is the trajectory for responsible investment now versus 12 months ago and how will business essentially react to demands from society for change.

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The Rt Hon. John Gummer

Lord Deben, Chairman

UK Committee on Climate Change, Sancroft
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Kirsty Gogan

Managing Partner

Lucid Catalyst and Co-Founder Energy for Humanity
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Clara Altobell

VP ESG and Business Innovation

Serica Energy plc
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12.20pm

Networking Break | One-to-One Business Meetings

Virtual Networking for Members and Executive Pass Holders

1.20pm

Keynote

Challenges and Opportunities of a Low Carbon Future

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Professor Jim Skea CBE FEI FRSA HONFSE

Professor of Sustainable Energy, Imperial College and member of the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and UK Committee on Climate Change

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1.40pm

Session 7

The Power Of Policy To Effect Change

Senior Roundtable Discussion & Q&A

Oil & energy companies claim that policy is key to affecting change. Hear from experts on both sides of the fence on current policy being deployed to encourage transition. What works and what does not work? What do oil & energy companies need policy makers to deliver to augment strategies and how are governments faring in leading the way for cleaner energy in the UK< Europe and globally? How do we reconcile net zero ambition in developing countries? Opportunity or luxury?

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Kersti Berge

Director for Energy and Climate Change

Scottish Government
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Professor Jim Skea CBE FEI FRSA HONFSE

Professor of Sustainable Energy, Imperial College and member of the Bureau of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and UK Committee on Climate Change

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Nina Skorupska CBE FEI

Chief Executive

REA - The Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology
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2.55pm

Day 2

Energy 2050 Concluding Remarks