Ten years ago, SPE published an influential set of six “grand challenges” for energy R&D and technology, based largely on traditional upstream operations and the prevailing business model for the oil and gas industry. The world looks very different now. The vision of a “net zero” energy sector is rapidly being translated into actions and milestones reaching to 2050. Despite the shared vision, there is a clear divergence in roadmaps to reach this goal.

 

 

Many O&G companies are expanding into renewables, while other companies are investing to develop a scalable carbon capture system. In addition, new technology now is driven not just by major companies, but also by venture investments across a diverse range of technologies. Our actions in this decade will define not only our pathway to meet 2050 net-zero goals, but also the new operating models for O&G companies both in traditional and in new energy markets such as storage, renewables and smart grids. 

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND


R&D executives and thought leaders interested in the research and technology agenda for the oil and gas industry for the next decade

Corporate leaders in operating and service companies responsible for the relevance of industry research and technology spending

Academic and national laboratory researchers seeking to position themselves to work on the most impactful problems for oil and gas and the broader energy industry


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