A three-day forum for energy leaders to debate and shape sustainable solutions to the energy challenges of the 21st century.
THE FORUM RETURNS TO LONDON
OCTOBER 17-19, 2023
INTERCONTINENTAL LONDON PARK LANE
BRIDGING THE DIVIDE
We face a world of growing divisions. The Ukraine war has caused deep fractures in global geopolitics, countries are positioning their climate ambitions in contrasting ways, and energy companies are mapping divergent paths to achieve sustainable transitions.
Can energy markets function efficiently in a world with more trade barriers, less spare capacity and higher geopolitical risk? Will competition between the US and China speed up or slow down the energy transition? Can developed and developing nations design an equitable and effective approach to climate change?
This October, Energy Intelligence will bring together decision-makers and innovators from the private sector, government and civil society to discuss these competing views and plot tangible paths forward.
Join us in London for this must-attend event, and be part of a frank conversation around the central question: How does a divided world power the planet in a way that is reliable, affordable and clean?
Energy Intelligence has announced that Vicki Hollub, President and CEO of Occidental, has been named as Energy Intelligence’s Energy Executive of the Year for 2023.
The award recognizes Hollub’s bold vision to transform Oxy through its pursuit of a trailblazing low-carbon strategy and the acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum, advancing the company’s tradition of punching above its weight in the global oil and gas industry.
The Energy Executive of the Year Award is the international energy industry’s most prestigious honor given in recognition of outstanding executive leadership in the energy sector.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE AWARD >>>
VIDEO – Jarad Daniels, CEO of the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute
Lauren Craft, Editor of EI New Energy talks with Jarad Daniels, CEO of the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute about momentum for CCS in terms of cost cuts, hub models, and more.