DAY 1 – Tuesday, October 17, 2023
DAY 2 – Wednesday, October 18, 2023
DAY 3 – Thursday, October 19, 2023
Welcome & Introductions
Lara Sidawi Moore, Chief Strategy Officer & Chairman, Executive Committee – Energy Intelligence
Alex Schindelar, President – Energy Intelligence
Opening Leadership Dialogue
Climate Divisions and COP
Can The World Move Forward Together (and What Happens If It Doesn’t?)
The Western world has driven much of the climate agenda to date, but will a more assertive East and Global South change the debate? Is the COP process still relevant or has technology and country-level policy come to the fore? Who will pay for the transition and how?
H.E. Dr. Leila Benali, Minister of Energy Transition & Sustainable Development & President of the Sixth Session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-6) – Morocco Government
Jill Duggan, Senior Advisor, Global Policy – Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)
Bjørn Otto Sverdrup, Chair – OGCI Executive Committee
Changhua Wu, Fellow – Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs, China
Rafiq Latta, Senior Correspondent – Energy Intelligence
Giulia Chierchia, Executive Vice President, Strategy, Sustainability & Ventures – bp
Maarten Wetselaar, CEO – Cepsa
Noah Brenner, Executive Editor, Operations – Energy Intelligence
Trading Across the Divide
Conflict, Trade Flows and Transition: Disruption and Opportunity
How has trade in global commodities been fragmented and politicized by the West’s attempts to isolate Russia? What is the impact of growing protectionism among competing countries? What are the new trade routes, players, hubs and commodities? Is a fragmented world tailor-made for traders to flourish or turn once-global markets into minefields?
Russell Hardy, CEO – Vitol
Ben Luckock, Executive Committee, Global Head of Oil – Trafigura
Torbjörn Törnqvist, CEO & Chairman of the Board – Gunvor
Marcel van Poecke, Chairman – AtlasInvest
Luncheon – Hosted by McKinsey & Company
Building the Future
Constructing Tomorrow's Energy System Today
How will the world construct an energy system that can deliver reliable, affordable and clean energy in the next 30 years? What might look the same and what will have to evolve as we think about energy sources as varied as fossil fuels, renewables and nuclear power? Is there enough industrial capacity and raw materials to realize our grand ambitions?
Farhan Mujib, Representative Director & President – JGC Corporation
Alessandro Puliti, CEO – Saipem
Lorenzo Simonelli, Chairman & CEO – Baker Hughes
Andrew Gould, Forum Chairman – Energy Intelligence Forum
Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman & CEO – TotalEnergies
Noah Brenner, Executive Editor, Operations – Energy Intelligence
Breakfast Briefing – Hosted by Aramco
Ahmad O. Al Khowaiter, Executive Vice President, Technology & Innovation – Aramco
Abhi Rajendran, Director, Oil Markets Research – Energy Intelligence
Energy Executive of the Year Leadership Dialogue
How Far Will Renewable Power Go?
How fast will renewable power push its way into the energy mix and what will be the drivers? What sectors are going to be electrified and at what pace? How will protectionism and national industrial policy impact the affordability and availability of renewable energy? Can grid development and storage keep up with supply and what will happen if they can’t?
Dr. Douglas J. Arent, Executive Director, Strategic Public-Private Partnerships – National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Greg Jackson, Founder & CEO – Octopus Energy Group
Chuka Umunna, Head of EMEA ESG & Green Economy Investment Banking – J.P. Morgan
Philippe Roos, Senior Reporter – Energy Intelligence
European Energy Security
Will Economic Reality Realign Europe’s Supply Again?
How will Europe’s push to get off Russian energy impact the continent’s economy and politics? Will consumers, including large industrials, be able to afford energy that is cleaner and more secure, but significantly higher cost? What are the global impacts of Europe’s massive energy overhaul?
H.E. Miguel Berger, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the United Kingdom
Dev Sanyal, CEO – VARO Energy
Rt. Hon. Graham Stuart MP, Minister of State, Department for Energy Security & Net Zero – UK Government
Dóra Zombori, Partner – Dentons
Jaime Concha, Editor, World Gas Intelligence – Energy Intelligence
The Changing Face of ESG
Will Net Zero Remain the Standard?
How are public and private capital looking at exposure to carbon, and what does this mean for companies in the energy business? Will “net zero” remain the touchstone for climate-focused investors or will it be replaced by other metrics? How will ideas about sustainable approaches to investment change, as we move through a rocky energy transition?
Poppy Allonby, Head of ESG Enablement – T. Rowe Price
Julian Mylchreest, Executive Vice Chairman, Global Corporate & Investment Banking – Bank of America
Meg Starr, Global Head of Impact – The Carlyle Group
Bob Maguire, Managing Director – The Carlyle Group
Luncheon – Hosted By OGCI
Anders Opedal, President & CEO – Equinor
Casey Merriman, Head, Competitive Intelligence – Energy Intelligence
A New Paradigm for Gas
How the Ukraine Crisis Has Changed Global Gas
How has the global gas landscape changed in the past year? What do these changes mean for the flows between producers like Russia, Norway and the US, traditional buyers like Europe, Japan and China, and emerging consumers, including India? What does this all mean for long-term gas use through the energy transition?
Peter Clarke, Senior Vice President, Global LNG – ExxonMobil
Alan Heng, Group CEO – Pavilion Energy
Patrick Lammers, Member of the Board of Management – E.ON
Charif Souki, Executive Chairman of the Board – Tellurian
Ian Nathan, Director, Gas and LNG Research – Energy Intelligence
Meg O'Neill, CEO & Managing Director – Woodside
Takayuki Ueda, President & CEO – INPEX
Clara Tan, Bureau Chief, Singapore – Energy Intelligence
Winning Energy Strategies
How Best to Navigate Climate, Supply Security and Shareholder Returns
How can oil and gas companies best navigate the competing priorities of supply security, transition, shareholder demands and portfolio limits? Can companies move faster through the transition than consumers? Should they get more involved in shifting demand? What do shareholders and stakeholders want from incumbent energy players?
Dr. John Ardill, Vice President Global Exploration – ExxonMobil
Mark Campanale, Founder & Director – Carbon Tracker Initiative
Barbara Harrison, Vice President, Offsets & Emerging, Chevron New Energies – Chevron
Adif Zulkifli, Executive Vice President & CEO Upstream – PETRONAS
Monica Enfield, Managing Director, Research & Advisory – Energy Intelligence
The Geopolitics of the New Energy Economy
The emerging contests, opportunities and risks of the low-carbon transition
The low-carbon transition is reshaping global geopolitics as nations jostle for position in the new energy economy. How will tensions between the US and China, and between producers and consumers, play out? Will demand for minerals, metals and other materials create new tensions? What happens to countries that are left behind? What other sources of instability could arise, like migration?
Hon. Frank R. Fannon, Managing Director – Fannon Global Advisors
Rt. Hon. Prof. Charles Hendry CBE, Former Minister of Energy & Climate Change – UK Government
Andrew Kamau, Co-Director, Energy Opportunity Lab, Center on Global Energy Policy – Columbia University
David Pike, Editor-in-Chief – Energy Intelligence
Energy Innovation Award & Leadership Dialogue
Energy Innovation Award Reception