Please note all times in the Agenda are in British Standard Time (BST)
Join us for the NextGen Energy Summit, a leading forum that will tackle current issues and set the course for the future of the Energy Sector. You will have the chance to hear from these senior energy executives at the Frontier NextGen Energy Summit on how they are embracing change and ensuring success throughout our journey to a #lowcarbonfuture.
This session sets the tone for the Summit on the key trends and drivers that will set the course for professionals who are the future of the energy sector focussing on the factors of people, culture, talent and diversity. What are the global trends and drivers that will affect the human side of the energy sector? What does the energy industry need to look like to attract and retain the best people and talent? We will hear how and why culture is critical to business success and how leadership is changing in a new world.
Hear from experts on investing in the current and next generation of energy in the path to net zero and gearing up for the innovation mindset to tackle the challenges of the next two decades. How are energy companies achieving agility and resilience in a period of rapid change and uncertainty? Do entrepreneurial innovations and spin offs in the energy sector offer opportunities to people in the sector? How can these opportunities be accessed? What are the strategies for re-skilling workforces to target both profitability and net zero ambition in 2050? How are energy companies investing in people and re-purposing teams and how are start-ups assembling teams for tomorrow?
Chief Strategy Officer
Chief of Staff, Global Sustainability
Managing Director, Utilities UK and Ireland
Spinouts and Licensing
Helping Tech & Energy SMEs Recruit Finance People
This session covers the critical topic of diversity, inclusion and culture and the established view that these factors drive creativity, new ideas and spark innovation. Are diversity, inclusion and culture the key to unlocking a sustainable future and accelerating the energy transition? What factors determine promotion of organisational diversity and how are companies building diverse, multidisciplinary teams to solve the complex challenges? How can leaders invest in diversity and shape culture?
Vice President – People, Leadership and Culture
Co-Founder, Diversity Champion, Member OGUK Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce
Founder/ CEO and London Enterprise Advisor - Mayor of London
Founder & CEO
This session presents insights from business leaders into effective strategies in people, culture, talent and diversity. What has worked? Where does the energy sector benchmark versus other industries? What has not worked and how can these lessons be applied to the energy sector? Hear from companies across the spectrum who have differing insights into people, culture, talent and diversity and are willing to share them with the industry.
Senior EDI Manager, Supply Chain
Executive Head of HR
Regional Managing Partner, Europe & Africa
Commercial and Business Development Director (CBDD)
This session discusses the energy company of the future. What does it look like? Will oil and gas majors make a successful transition from oil company to energy company? Hear from companies across the spectrum who are coming together as enablers to a carbon neutral future and how they see people within their plans and strategies. What type of energy company will attract the best of the next generation of energy talent? Can traditional oil companies reposition themselves credibly as energy companies to attract woke millennials?
Lord Deben, Chairman
Director, Banking, Global Banking and Markets
UK Energy Transition Manager
Chief Executive Officer
Senior Partner Emeritus, Non-Executive Director, Board Member