About the Symposium

As the world looks to transition into a decarbonised future the call for sustainable energy is becoming louder. Whilst fossil fuel developments are under pressure owing to climate commitments, renewables are not yet fully developed. In these times, the oil and gas industry is reprioritising its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) goals intending to deliver energy sustainably. The broad consent for global energy transition is one of “cautious optimism” but with a clear recognition of the work still needed, especially concerning the global temperature rise and emissions targets. The SPE symposium on Asia Pacific Energy Transition will discuss and deep dive into how oil and gas companies can shape the future energy landscape sustainably. 


Ideas are invited on the following topics:

 

✅ Energy Transitions and the Challenges for the Oil and Gas Industry

✅ Impact of the Energy Transition on the Oil and Gas industry

World’s Path to Energy Transitions

✅ Geopolitical Consequences of Energy Transition

✅ Governance, Policy and Collaboration

✅ Reform, Recovery and Mindsets

Industry-wide Collaboration: Governments, Investors, Operators, Contractors

✅ Developing ESG Goals that are Transparent, Objective, and Accessible

✅ Infrastructure and Key Technologies

✅ Carbon Capture Storage and Utilisation (CCUS)

✅ Getting Beyond the Barrels

✅ The Case for New Businesses Outside Fossil Fuels

✅ Role of Start-ups in reshaping the Energy Transition Ecosystem

✅ The Green Disruption


WHO SHOULD ATTEND


Professionals in:

Analysis, Research and Development

CCS / CCUS / CCTUS

Digital

Emission Business

Energy Transition

Exploration

HSE and Risk Management

Infrastructure

Change Management

New Energy

Projects

Regulators

Renewables

Sustainability

Technology