There is no single solution to achieving net zero. The growth of affordable and low-carbon energy will be driven by innovative technology.
How do we create a flexible, integrated, interdependent energy system to take advantage of domestic opportunities and global markets?
Join a panel of experts as they delve into the insights and analyze the recommendations made in the Technology Driving Green Energy Growth report produced by the Technology Leadership Council, Net Zero Technology Center and Accenture.
The report, which was launched on 13 September, highlights the opportunities in hydrogen, floating offshore wind systems and carbon capture and storage technologies, exploring the innovative solutions needed to meet the commitments of the North Sea Transition Agreement.
Successful implementation of these innovations will ultimately lead to greater cost competitiveness, create opportunities for domestic and international supply chains, and secure low-carbon jobs.
Virtual Event – Free Registration: Thursday 15 September 10.30am – 12.00pm (BST)
Register for free here: www.tlbreport.co.uk
Join our expert panel
Solution Center Director, Net Zero Technology Center
Myrtle Dawes is Director of the Solutions Center at the Net Zero Technology Center, where she leads the development of net zero technology in the energy sector. A qualified chemical engineer, Myrtle is an established leader with extensive experience in the energy sector both in the UK and abroad. Respected as a prominent voice on the energy transition, she began her career 30 years ago as an offshore engineer for BP, before holding leadership positions in engineering, project management, technology and digital transformation. Myrtle’s passion for innovation and technology drives her colleagues, government and industry to take action and push boundaries.
Managing Director, Accenture
Ekaterina is Managing Director and Head of Downstream Consulting for Accenture UK and Ireland. She has 25 years of consulting experience supporting major clients in the energy and industrial products industries in Europe. Passionate about the energy transition, she leads multiple engagements in this space with a focus on natural gas, LNG and hydrogen. During her career, she has gained international experience in 15 countries in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Dr. Carlo Procaccini
Head of Technology, North Sea Transitional Authority
Carlo Procaccini is Technology Lead for the UK North Sea Transition Authority and his remit covers technology and innovation for the UKCS, ranging from oil and gas projects and operations to emerging zero profit solutions. Carlo has 25 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, working both downstream and E&P. Prior to joining NSTA, he worked at Schlumberger, focusing on projects to improve the performance of E&P assets in offshore basins, in the UK and internationally. Carlo holds a PhD in chemical engineering from MIT and is a licensed petroleum engineer.
Supply Chain and Operations Director, Offshore Energies UK
Katie Heidenreich is director of supply chain and operations at Offshore Energies UK with responsibility for driving the industry’s competitiveness across the lifecycle of upstream operations, from exploration to decommissioning, to drive investment and ensure the UK can to meet as much of its own energy needs as possible. Katie champions the UK’s world-class supply chain capabilities to maximize its ability to drive the technology and innovation required to achieve net zero targets. Katie Heidenreich brings more than 25 years of industry experience to the role, primarily from
Schlumberger Oilfield Services, where she held various technical, commercial and senior management positions in the UK, Norway and Azerbaijan.
Accenture is a leading global professional services company providing a broad range of services in strategy and consulting, interactive technology and operations, with digital capabilities across all of these services. We combine unmatched expertise and specialized capabilities in more than 40 industries—powered by the world’s largest network of advanced technology and intelligent operations centers. With 513,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries, Accenture delivers continuous innovation to help clients improve their performance and create lasting value in their enterprises. Visit us at www.accenture.com
The Net Zero Technology Center
The Net Zero Technology Center (NZTC) develops and deploys technology to accelerate an affordable net zero energy industry. Established in 2017, the Center was created as part of the Aberdeen City Region Agreement, with £180 million from the UK and Scottish Governments to maximize the potential of the North Sea. To date, NZTCs have collectively invested £211 million in technologies that have the potential to generate £10-15 billion gross value added (GVA) to the Scottish economy, tested over 1,560 technologies, completed or advanced 168 field trials, over 29 technologies are commercialized and supported 45 technology start-ups. More information at www.netzerotc.com
Technology Leadership Council
One of seven industry working groups reporting to the North Sea Transition Forum, the Technology Leadership Board (TLB) represents a cross-section of the UK oil and gas and other offshore energy industries. TLB works with government and other stakeholders to deploy or develop technologies to strengthen the UK’s oil and gas competitiveness and to support the energy transition. Co-chaired between the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) and industry, it liaises with the other North Sea Transition Task Forces on technology options throughout the asset lifecycle. More information at www.the-tlb.com
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