The Energy Council sat down with Tassos Vlassopoulos for a Deep Dive into CCS ahead of the World Energy Capital Assembly 2022.
With sizeable under-explored reserves, and many energy economies poised for rapid growth in response to demand, is the E&P industry in the Asia Pacific region starting to see renewed interest? Find out more.
In Partnership with the NYSE, the Energy Council was delighted to return to New York on 17 May 2022 to bring together 200+ decision makers from institutional investors, private equity funds, E&P companies & emerging clean tech companies as they look to collaborate and navigate the evolving energy investment landscape as a result of the disruption brought about by the energy transition.
In this month’s episode of the Women’s Energy Council podcast, we sat down with Khady Ndiaye, Vice President and Regional Director, West Africa at Kosmos Energy. Besides sharing her own interesting journey to senior oil and gas executive, Khady also gives us insight into the journey of the oil and gas industry in Africa, and the future that still lies ahead for the region.
The Energy Council have been monitoring the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and on 27 April 2022, we hosted a webinar to explore the short, mid, and long term impacts on the energy sector. With governments across Europe debating how to combat dependence on Russia’s natural gas reserves, while simultaneously maintaining energy security and imposing severe sanctions on Russia, we heard from industry leaders about their views on the situation.
The matrix of threats emerging from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine make it difficult to keep abreast of developments, whether these be the increase of global oil and gas prices, or the effect of sanctions, or which states could assist Russia in avoiding the impacts of sanctions, or how wheat prices will begin to soar. As most of us watch from the sidelines, trying to navigate how the markets will respond to these threats and how, in turn, that may affect our daily lives – we can be overwhelmed by the tsunami of information analyzing and predicting outcomes.
The broad macro effects of the Russo-Ukrainian War on oil and gas supplies upended the global energy markets, creating varied questions to the energy security of many nations. The most drastically affected have undoubtedly been the Ukrainians themselves, yet the over-reliance on Russian oil and gas supplies has led to a scramble for alternative supplies – most notably by European states. However, the constraints created by this market shock could provide the impetus to engage more constructively with low-carbon fuels, encourage investments into publicly-traded oil majors with net-zero strategies and hopefully, underscore the struggles of the 900 million people without access to electricity prior to the war.
The Energy Council’s annual Future Outlook Survey Report for 2022 is now available. Over 500 people from across the world responded to this year’s survey, and we have put together the report to reflect their thoughts, outlook, and ambitions regarding their approach to ESG, shifting oil prices, technological advances and the energy landscape as a whole.
In this second installment of our March features month podcasts, we had the pleasure of speaking with Behnaz Rahimi-Zand, Senior Process Engineer for Technip Energies. Beginning her career at home in Iran, Behnaz shares her life experiences as a female engineer with all of its challenges and opportunities Listen to the full episode here.
The 8th of March marks International Women’s Day, a day the international community has dedicated to reflecting on the state of gender equality
This week marks the first instalment of the Energy Council March features month, during which we will be releasing extra content in celebration of International Women’s Day. In this episode, we sat down with Scott Mackin, Managing Partner at Denham Capital and angel investor with Alma. Listen to the full episode here.
In this month’s special episode of the Women’s Energy Council Podcast, we sat down with the 2021 Canada Assembly WEC Executive of the Year, Heather Culbert. Heather is a Board Member for various organisations including Whitecap Resources, and co-founded Board-Ready Women, a non-profit organization. Listen to the full episode here.
Hot off the heels of closing a $365 million sustainability-linked asset backed securitization, we heard from Diversified Energy, along with the likes of Noreco, Lloyd’s & Shell Trading
The question that is worth a billion dollars – how will the oil and gas majors position themselves in the energy transition to ensure relevance, maintain profit and market share, and to survive against growing activist pressures?
The Energy Council has examined a small selection of new oil and gas technologies that will advance the mission to achieve a low-carbon society, largely eliminate emissions from oil and gas production over the coming decades and open the door for new opportunities.