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For December 7th event registration applications please email [email protected]

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The WEF's Objectives:


> Convene  expert practitioners in the fields of climate risk and energy transition.

> Share  strategic information on the challenges and opportunities of decarbonisation policy, investment and innovation.

> Inform  political and corporate decisions in support of Net Zero goals and ambitions.


Operationally the WEF functions like a small think tank, delivering two complementary workstreams during the political year for a network of 150 organisations in the UK and overseas. Each workstream comprises at least four high level events by invitation that provide:

> Climate Risk & Resilience Assessments - via Cross-Sector Stakeholder Insights
 
> Energy System Transition Assessments - via Industry Sector Reviews
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Agenda:

Delivering net zero: The UK Continental Shelf in transition
Andy Samuel, CEO, Oil & Gas Authority

Living the Energy Transition, the greening of the North Sea
Mike Tholen, Director of Sustainability, OGUK

E&P Industry Transitions in the North Sea: reflections post-COP26
Arne Gurtner, Senior Vice President for UK & Ireland - Exploration and Production International Business, Equinor 

Decommissioning Considerations for the UKCS in light of Net Zero transition requirements
Minnie Lu, Director of Decommissioning, Wood

Government CCUS Deployment Strategy and Upstream sector integration
Alex Milward, Director - CCUS, BEIS

The essential elements for an investment in CCS - key global insights
Mark Wilkie, Carbon Management Director, Gaffney Cilne

Delivering offshore CCUS solutions – Transit and Storage potential in the UKCS
Christian Fjell, Director, Altera Infrastructure

Industrial Clusters and Hydrogen Production: uncertainties and opportunities ahead
Guy Philips, Business Development Manager, Uniper

Diversifying Onshore E&P into deep geothermal and hydrogen: a credible option?
Ross Glover, Development Director, IGas Energy

Future Events

Future Events

Dec 7, 2021

Transitioning the Upstream – the Future of Oil & Gas, CCUS & Hydrogen

Jan 25, 2022

post-COP Annual Review, plus Assessment of Progress with the Global Energy Transition

Feb 24, 2022

Energy Markets & Trading Update - UK & Global Challenges and Uncertainties

Apr 6, 2022

An Integrated Approach to Energy Sector Transformation – Net Zero Initiatives from Innovation to Delivery

May 18, 2022

Accelerating Clean Growth in support of UK Climate Mitigation, Adaptation & Resilience – Annual Review of Development & Opportunities in Energy

May 24, 2022

Frontiers in Nuclear Risk, Regulation & Insurance - No.4 (for NRI)

Jun 7, 2022

Climate Policy & Decision Making under Uncertainty – mid-Year Question Time

Jul 14, 2022

Annual Review of UK Net Zero Strategy, plus Insurance & Industry Assessments of Global Climate Risk, Adaptation & Resilience

Sep 21, 2022

pre-COP Update on Key Trends & New Updates in Climate Science

Oct 20, 2022

UK Power & Networks - System Review & Strategic Pathways

Nov 8, 2022

Frontiers in Nuclear Risk, Regulation & Insurance - No.5 (for NRI)

Nov 30, 2022

Transitioning the Upstream – the Future of Oil & Gas, CCUS & Hydrogen