9 July 2020
With global investment in new renewable energy capacity (excluding large hydro-electric projects) at $282.2 billion in 2019, it is clear that there is a growing appetite to invest into new clean energy projects. But is investing large sums into new projects putting the cart before the horse? Should the focus instead, be on ‘greening’ existing infrastructure to achieve the goals set out in the European Commission’s 2030 climate and energy framework?
Watch our industry leading speakers as they discuss and debate:
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The Oil & Gas Council is excited to announce its new partnership with Probus Energy Services, in which we will be co-producing the PULSE Reports for 2020. This Bakken Edition marks the first ever coverage of the Bakken Shale region in the PULSE Report series, where activity is examined over the past year. Throughout the report, there is data and analysis on the various stages of development, including leasing, permitting, completions, and production. Towards the end of the report, there is also a dedicated section on the minerals and royalties space including a breakdown of who is buying and selling. We hope you enjoy!
As a consequence of the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the Asia Pacific Energy Assembly originally scheduled to take place on 3 - 4 March, will now be held in Singapore on 20 - 21 April 2021
The Energy Council Team will be in touch directly with all sponsors and delegates in relation to this postponement and to answer any questions.
There will be further communication to these groups over the coming days and weeks as we aim to facilitate a smooth transition to the new dates for everyone involved.
Please be assured that we are continuing to closely monitor the latest public health and government advice with regard to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and are carefully adhering to their directions. Our absolute priority is to safeguard the health and welfare of all those involved in our events.
Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding.