WEF Webinars & Broadcasts on UK & International Climate & Energy Challenges 2020-21 up to COP26

The WEF Programme through to the COP26 Summit in Autumn 2021 provides an established and comprehensive mechanism by which senior stakeholders in the energy, climate and sustainability domains may remain fully briefed on the emerging issues affecting the UK’s long term strategies, and the international contexts shaping them. During COVID19 lockdown (Mar-Jul 2020) WEF helped to keep over 5000 professionals connected via our Outreach programme. For the 2020-21 WEF Season – our 18th year of operations - we are now able to deliver an enhanced and resilient programme in the run up to COP26 by blending our expert webinars with Outreach films and, hopefully, physical seminars again in due course.

The WEF Prospectus provides further information on the schedule ahead.

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The Future of the UKCS - Integrating Sector Strategy In The Context of Net Zero

Wednesday, December 9, 2020 - 09:00 to 13:00 Online Webinar hosted by Linklaters
  • Annual Regulatory Update and Strategic Context of the UKCS – an Integrated Approach

    Kristina Dahlstrom, Head of Policy and Strategy, Oil & Gas Authority (OGA)
  • Annual Economic & Sustainability Update – 2020 in Review, and look ahead to COP26

    Mike Tholen, Director of Sustainability, OGUK
  • ‘Big Energy’ in Transition - translating corporate strategy into action, and COP26 contexts

    Malika Ishwaran, Senior Economist, Shell
  • LNG in the context of global market trends

    Andrew Walker, Managing Director, Cheniere UK
  • An Integrated Energy Vision for the UKCS

    Stephen Sheal, External Relationship Director, The OGTC
  • UK Sustainable Infrastructure: The Challenges & Opportunities in Integrated Offshore and Onshore Energy Systems 

    Tara Schmidt, Vice-President, Strategic Planning, Wood
  • Bringing Commercial Definition to the Strategic Potential of Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier

    Angie Needle, Director of Strategy, Cadent Gas
  • The context of a Hydrogen Economy for Intergating the Offshore and Onshore Energy Sectors

    Rita Wadey, Deputy Director Hydrogen Economy, BEIS