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37 minutes | 5 months ago
CFR President Richard Haass on “The World: A Brief Introduction” & lessons for today's challenges
Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, explores the main themes of his new book, “The World: A Brief Introduction,” in a CERAWeek Conversation with IHS Markit Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin. The world is in a unique moment in history, Haass contends, and a deeper understanding of global issues and a renewed appreciation of alliances are needed to confront the challenges ahead. Haass examines the issues, from COVID-19 responses to Iran, Russia, and U.S.-China relations, and shares insights on innovative approaches for cooperation on climate change and international trade.
43 minutes | 5 months ago
Chief Diversity Officers on building cultures of equity & inclusion in energy
Diversity, inclusion, and racial equity are core societal values, but they have shaken by the events of 2020. The massive protests that swept the country over racial injustices were calls to action and demands for change towards a more inclusive and equitable society. The energy industry has a tremendous role to play in this movement. In this timely and important CERAWeek Conversation, leaders from the oil, gas, and power sector address how their organizations have responded to the calls and discuss the ongoing actions that industry has been taking to foster cultures of diversity and inclusion.
33 minutes | 5 months ago
Oil & gas tech experts on digital transformation accelerated: Rapid uptake & widespread adoption
Prior to COVID-19 the oil and gas industry had already been on a steady pace of digital transformation brought on by technological advancements and new business drivers and models. How has the pandemic accelerated this shift? Has digital transformation in a post-COVID world moved from a luxury to a necessity? Oil and gas technology experts discuss where industry is heading and the way forward with digital transformation for operators and application vendors.
40 minutes | 5 months ago
Chief economists & head analysts on the global oil market outlook post-pandemic
Global oil markets, already bracing for slower demand pre-COVID, have been rocked this year by the pandemic, price war, and other seismic shifts to business and industry. Now facing even more constrained demand, a new price environment, capital discipline pressures, revamped shale models, a growing EV movement, and more, what is the range of scenarios and uncertainties that producers must navigate in the global oil market over the next 10 years and beyond? Chief economists from BP and ConocoPhillips and the heads of oil market research at OPEC and IHS Markit discuss the trends and structural changes that are shaping global oil post-pandemic.
38 minutes | 5 months ago
Ignacio Galán on his journey as a renewable energy pioneer & Iberdrola's energy transition pathway
Iberdrola Chairman and CEO Ignacio S. Galán joins IHS Markit Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin in a CERAWeek Conversation that chronicles his journey as a renewable energy pioneer and the company’s path to the forefront of the energy transition. Galán examines Iberdrola’s investments in wind and solar energy, the outlook for hydrogen and storage, and the growing competition downstream with traditional oil and gas players.
31 minutes | 5 months ago
Business and academic leaders on leveraging tech and human talent for the energy transformation
Business and academia team up to deliver roadmap for how companies can prepare for the energy transformation by leveraging technology and human talent. Arno Van Den Haak, Head of the Worldwide Business Development Oil & Gas at Amazon Web Services, and Venkat Venkatraman, Jr., Professor of Management and Department Chair at the Boston University Questrom School of Business, share the learnings from the collaboration between their organizations about the transformation ahead.
51 minutes | 5 months ago
Economics, energy & international relations experts on the Biden Administration agenda & priorities
President-elect Biden will assume office on January 20 with an ambitious domestic policy agenda and an eagerness to engage with the world, while facing with the challenges of a divided electorate and a country and economy that carry the burdens of a nearly year-long pandemic. In this CERAWeek Conversation, leading experts on the economy, global energy, and international relations assess the outlook for the Biden Administration at home and abroad. Meghan L. O'Sullivan, Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor International Affairs, Harvard University, Atul Arya, Chief Energy Strategist, IHS Markit, and Nariman Behravesh, Chief Economist, IHS Markit, navigate an important and multi-dimensional discussion on the path forward for President-elect Biden, from economic stimulus to climate change, energy policy, trade, China, and American leadership in the world.
29 minutes | 5 months ago
Vicki Hollub on Occidental's transition towards a carbon-management company
Vicki Hollub, president and chief executive of Occidental Petroleum, joins IHS Markit Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin to discuss the changing landscape for upstream operators brought on by market conditions and the movement toward lower carbon, net-zero economies. Hollub examines operational efficiencies for shale production, potential industry consolidation, and Oxy’s shift towards becoming an integrated “carbon management” company that is pursuing technological innovations in direct air capture and other lower carbon initiatives.
42 minutes | 6 months ago
ADNOC & PETRONAS executives on reducing emissions and providing more energy
How industries and economies provide the world with more energy while reducing emissions is one of the most fundamental challenges of the energy transition. The path to addressing it is rooted in technology and innovation. Join this CERAWeek Conversation as the technology heads of ADNOC and PETRONAS examine the strategies, innovations, and operational efficiencies that are tackling this dual challenge.
33 minutes | 6 months ago
Industry leaders on getting to net zero with carbon removal technologies
Achieving net-zero carbon emissions is the most fundamental – and difficult – task to stabilize the climate. Leaders from government, industry, and academia debate the enormity of the challenge, from the aggressive innovations required to the policies that create market opportunities for carbon removal technologies.
29 minutes | 7 months ago
Rwanda's Claver Gatete on trade, FDI, and financial services for a more prosperous future
Small, landlocked, and surrounded by other developing countries. Rwanda has aims for growth, overcoming any geographic limitations to transform its economy. In this CERAWeek Conversation, Claver Gatete, Rwanda’s Minister of Infrastructure, discusses the continental trade agenda, investments in universal energy access, and the country’s comparative advantage in financial services that are driving Rwanda towards a more prosperous future.
33 minutes | 7 months ago
Egypt's H.E. Tarek El Molla on Egypt’s energy transformation
The development of Egypt’s abundant gas reserves has had profound impacts on its domestic energy strategy and geopolitical positioning. H.E. Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources of Egypt, explores the transformation that is underway in the country: The implementation of an integrated gas strategy, an agenda to diversify and decarbonize, regional energy dynamics in the eastern Mediterranean, ambitions to become an energy trading hub, and more.
35 minutes | 7 months ago
Auto industry experts on the opportunities & challenges facing the electric light vehicle market
As the world recovers from a global pandemic, questions abound regarding decarbonization efforts that are often considered costly. However, electric vehicle sales have proven more resilient than their internal combustion engine counter parts. Auto industry leaders discuss in this CERAWeek Conversation the opportunities and challenges that the light vehicle market is expected to face over the coming years. Alex Keros, Lead Architect of EV Infrastructure at GM, and Reinhard Fischer, Senior Vice President of Strategy at the Volkswagen Group North America, examine sales trends and market momentum for EVs, the pace of EV infrastructure build, and company strategies to navigate public policies for transportation and mobility.
30 minutes | 7 months ago
Gas industry experts on renewable natural gas & its contribution to a low carbon energy system
Gas industry stakeholders deconstruct renewable natural gas and examine its potential to contribute to a low carbon energy system. Morgan D. Bazilian, Director of the Payne Institute and Professor of Public Policy, Colorado School of Mines, Tanya Peacock, Manager of Public Policy and Planning, SoCalGas, and Richard Meyer, Managing Director, Energy Analysis, Markets, and Standards, American Gas Association, discuss RNG’s associated costs, emerging strategies for wider RNG deployment, and opportunities to advance hydrogen technologies.
28 minutes | 7 months ago
AspenTech's Antonio Pietri on what digitalization can usher in for the energy future
The energy industry is at a critical juncture as it evolves to reduce emissions, increase efficiencies, adopt new technologies, and provide the goods, services, and materials for a sustainable future. What role can digitalization play in facilitating this transformation? In this CERAWeek Conversation, Aspentech President and CEO Antonio Pietri discusses the possibilities that digitalization can usher in for the energy future. He shares insights on the emissions reduction, the circular economy, financial prudence and sustainability, and new industrial plants of the future.
34 minutes | 7 months ago
Tellurian's Charif Souki on the state of LNG and major developments shaping the industry
Charif Souki, Executive Chairman and Co-founder of Tellurian, assesses the state of LNG in 2020 and examines the developments that are shaping the industry over the long-term. Is the natural gas trade converging into a single global market? Which projects and suppliers are best positioned to dominate market share? What will be the profile of the next wave of U.S. LNG projects? Will LNG broker a detente between the U.S. and China? In this CERAWeek Conversation with IHS Markit Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin, Souki explores these issues and discusses the future of LNG.
26 minutes | 7 months ago
Angola energy executives on boosting upstream competitiveness and advancing production potential
Angola is endowed with abundant energy assets, but an increasingly competitive market for industry capital is challenging the country to strengthen its value proposition for international investors. Join this CERAWeek Conversation as two of Angola’s top energy executives discuss new strategies to attract investment and advance production possibilities. Paulino Jeronimo, Chief Executive of state oil and gas regulator ANPG, and Sebastião Gaspar Martins, Executive Administrator of Sonangol, explore regulatory and fiscal adjustments, new approaches to technology and innovation, and an agenda to reposition Sonangol as an international partner of choice.
36 minutes | 7 months ago
EV industry executives on the future of charging and prospects for an electric transport economy
By 2030, nearly 25 percent of light passenger vehicles produced will be plug-in capable, according to IHS Markit forecasts. What electric vehicle infrastructure will exist to support the projected rollout? What policies and investments are needed to achieve cheap, fast, and ubiquitous charging? EV industry executives discuss the future of charging and prospects for an electric transport economy.
55 minutes | 7 months ago
Daniel Yergin on his new book “The New Map,” and the dramatic shifts in global energy & geopolitics
A new global map is being shaped by dramatic shifts in energy & geopolitics. Among its contours are disruptions to the world’s long-standing energy ecosystem, a re-arranging of power global dynamics, and shifts in power relationships between countries and across industries.
45 minutes | 7 months ago
Energy & geopolitics experts on America's place in the world, global tensions & U.S. foreign policy
The United States will inaugurate a president in January 2021 who will steer American foreign policy through a world of rising tensions and instability. The U.S.-China relationship has become the epicenter of global rivalry while the Middle East contends with entrenched conflicts and volatility. Is a new set of organizing principles necessary to mitigate conflicts, placate tensions, and establish greater cooperation in America’s strategic relationships? What are the different approaches that can be expected between a Trump and Biden presidency? In this CERAWeek Conversation, experts in energy, geopolitics, Asia, and the Middle East examine America’s place in the world and the disruptions shaping its foreign policy.
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