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Day 1 Themes

  • Global Supply Chain Constraints: Identifying the gaps and harnessing the opportunities
  • Global Opportunities in Renewables

9:00 - 10:00

CONFERENCE SUITE B&C

IT TEAM


Keynote plenary – The Energy Trilemma

The Energy Trilemma is more relevant than ever as we try to balance the steering factors of climate crisis, energy security and affordability. Panellists will discuss current operator/developer and contractor strategies and transition activities around the world, address the barriers to achieving the energy trilemma identify the key technologies and regions driving the new industrial revolution.


Chair

Stuart Broadley

Chief Executive, EIC

Speakers

The Right Hon. the Lord Udny-Lister

UUBC (UAE-UK Business Council)

John MacArthur

Group Climate Change Officer, Sustainability & Climate Change Function, ADNOC

Stefan Diezinger

Vice President, Sustainable Energy Systems, Siemens Energy

Sian Lloyd-Rees

UK MD, Aker Offshore Wind

10.00 - 10.30

CONFERENCE SUITE B&C

IT TEAM


Interview with Sir Ian Wood KT GBE

Discussion Topic: ‘Scotland's leading role in global energy’


Interviewer

Stuart Broadley

Chief Executive, EIC

with live Q&A from the audience

Interviewee

Sir Ian Wood KT GBE

Chairman - Energy Transition Zone

10.30 - 11.00

Exhibition Hall

IT TEAM


Networking Break

11:00 - 12:15

CONFERENCE SUITE B&C

IT TEAM


Industry Panel: Global Supply Chain Constraints - Overcoming the challenges and harnessing the opportunities

As the global economic recovery continues to gather steam, what is increasingly apparent is how it will be stymied by supply-chain disruptions that are now showing up at every corner. Different parts of the world have experienced supply chain issues that have been exacerbated for different reasons, for example, power shortages in China have affected production in recent months, while in the U.K., Brexit has been a big factor around a shortage of truck drivers. The U.S. and Germany are experiencing large backlogs at ports. Will this hinder export activity, are there learning from close industries and can innovation and collaboration play a part in easing the constraints?

This session will identify the energy supply chain constrains on a global scale and discuss the challenges faced in the project lifecycle. Panellists will discuss what is needed to support the operator/developer and supply chain, finding the gaps, and utilising the opportunities. How can financial support unlock supply chain growth opportunities?


Chair

Neil Golding

Director of Market Intelligence, EIC

Speakers

Margaret Kidd

Program Director and Instructional Assistant Professor, Supply Chain & Logistics Technology, University of Houston

Katherine Bennett

CEO, High Value Manufacturing Catapult

Alan Mortimer

Director of Innovation, Clean Energy, Wood

Tim Palmer

Head of Renewables & Transition, UK Export Finance (UKEF)

Andrew Cuniah

Supply Chain Operations Manager, Bechtel Limited

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11.00 - 11.45

Exhibition Theatre

IT TEAM


Market Intelligence: Renewables – Offshore Wind – Fixed and Floating global project overview

An overview of the Global project opportunities, supply chain requirements for the projects, UK capabilities and strengths in the sector and identification of opportunities for supply chain investments.
Presentation will be followed by Q&A.


Speakers

Sharanya Kumaramurthy

Senior Energy Analyst – Offshore and Onshore Wind, EIC

Christopher Shirley

Supply Chain Analyst., EIC

Richard Simon-Lewis

Lewis, Director of Business Development, Marketing and Communications, UK Export Finance (UKEF)

11.45 - 11.55

Exhibition Theatre

IT TEAM


Exhibitor Spotlight: TEXO - Digital Asset Management combined with Remote Expert Technology


Speaker

Jason Cordey

Business Development Manager, TEXO

12:15 - 13:00

CONFERENCE SUITE B&C

IT TEAM


Africa Opportunities Panel

African countries have a unique abundance of untapped energy potential: the continent receives 325 days of sunlight per year, exploits less than seven percent of its hydroelectric potential and no more than two percent of geothermal capacity. As of today, renewables represent only 20 percent of the electricity generation mix. The reducing cost of renewable energy technologies, including storage, presents a real opportunity for Africa to move towards a clean energy pathway. Large-scale, high-impact renewable energy projects and programs are important to accelerating the energy transition and closing the energy access gap.

In this session we have the honour welcoming five African State Government Officials to outline their energy transition plans.


Chair

Stuart Broadley

Chief Executive, EIC

Country Representatives from

Cameroon

Mozambique

Libya

Zimbabwe

Nigeria

12.30 - 13.45

Exhibition Hall

IT TEAM


Lunch Service & Networking

12.45 - 13.30

Exhibition Theatre

IT TEAM


Global Contractor Update - Petrofac

A full contractor update focusing on the global projects, across all sectors, plus work which has been undertaken on Energy Transition projects, procurement requirements and supply chain wish list.


Speaker

Roy Choudhury

Supply Chain Director, Petrofac

13.30 - 13.40

Exhibition Theatre

IT TEAM


Exhibitor Spotlight: Edward Gunn – ‘The Global Staffing Challenge’

The challenge of hiring remote staff, in new or expanding geographies. How can the associated risks be mitigated? How is the energy transition making this process more challenging and what strategies can be adopted to overcome this?


Speaker

Alex Cardnell

CMO and Co-Founder, Edward Gunn LLP

13.45 - 14.15

Conference Suite B&C

IT TEAM


‘Backing Britain’ Interview with Louise Kingham CBE FEI, Senior Vice President, Europe & Head of Country, UK bp plc


Interviewer

Stuart Broadley

Chief Executive, EIC

Interviewee

Louise Kingham CBE FEI

Senior Vice President, Europe & Head of Country, UK bp plc

14.20 - 15.05

Conference Suite B&C

IT TEAM/MI TEAM


Global Contractor Update – Bechtel

Bechtel will provide an overview of the company, outline how to work with Bechtel to maximize UK content and support sustainable growth and a summary of Bechtel’s current project portfolio (across all sectors, with particular focus on Renewables and Clean Tech)


Speakers

Andrew Cuniah

Supply Chain Operations Manager, Bechtel Limited

Caroline Metcalf

Business Development Manager, Bechtel Limited

Emma Harniman

Project Engineering Manager, Bechtel Limited

14.15 -15.00

Exhibition Theatre

North America


Petrofac: The Role of CCUS in Decarbonisation

An overview of the role CCUS can play in decarbonising the world and the emerging opportunities this creates.


Speaker

Jonathan Carpenter

Vice President, New Energy Services, Petrofac

15.00 - 15.10

Exhibition Theatre

IT TEAM


Exhibitor Spotlight: KOSO Kent Introl - How KKI can assist in the journey to Net Zero

An O&G supplier for 55 years, it is now coming full circle as the transition to new energy sectors demands for UK engineering excellence to lead the way and share skills and knowledge to global markets.


Speaker

Luke Crossland

Area Business Manager, KOSO Kent Introl

14.30 – 15.15

Conference Suite A

North America


African Delegation - Round Table Discussions


Moderator

Ryan McPherson

Director, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS

Country Representatives from

Cameroon

Mozambique

Libya

Zimbabwe

Nigeria

15:15 - 17:35

CONFERENCE SUITE B&C

IT TEAM


COMBINED SESSION

Industry Panels: Global Opportunities in Offshore Wind

Sessions Description: Opportunities across the international markets, industry challenges and global supply chain gaps. Future direction of offshore wind and HVDC


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Session 1

Panel discussion - Harnessing the Power of the Wind

Operational offshore wind capacity surpassed 30GW in 2020, with over 5GW added throughout the year in what represents yet another industry record across the world.

Over the last year we have seen a much wider appreciation of how offshore wind can contribute at scale in tackling climate change, as both existing and emerging markets have continued to pursue their project pipelines and sector targets, through contract awards, ongoing seabed leasing rounds and offshore wind zone tenders.

While the UK and Europe continues to retain its status as global leaders in offshore wind. The next decade is expected to witness a shift to the US and Asia-Pacific as growth markets in China, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea further accelerate project implementation. This session will provide an overview of the offshore wind market as it progresses towards being a global industry and how expansion has inevitably begun to face a number of potential opportunities, challenges and barriers

Chair

Prem Mahi

Energy Technical Excellence Director, Mott MacDonald

Speakers

Patrick Lefebvre

Wind Account Lead, Mott MacDonald

Sharanya Kumaramurthy

Senior Energy Analyst – Offshore and Onshore Wind, EIC

Paul Doherty

EVP Engineering, Venterra

Zofia Wright

Offshore Design Manager, Mainstream Renewable Power

Neil Wilkinson

Low Carbon Lead, Aker Solutions

Kirsty Adams

Senior Supply Chain Strategy Manager, ScottishPower Renewables

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Session 2

Panel discussion – Future direction of Offshore Wind and HVDC

This year promises to be a pivotal time for the offshore wind industry, as it becomes the fastest growing renewable power segment to meet ambitious global energy targets. With this rapid growth in offshore wind farms, advancements in high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission technology have become an increasingly viable solution to transfer power from offshore wind farms to onshore grids.

The uptake of HVDC systems for offshore wind export is growing rapidly worldwide. The total installed capacity is expected to increase over the next 10 years, with many organisations taking huge strides in developing the innovative system.

This session will explore the global rise of HVDC and possible development paths, whilst accessing how this technology offers an effective solution to transmit renewable energy to demand areas and improve grid stability.

Chair

Prem Mahi

Energy Technical Excellence Director, Mott MacDonald

Speakers

Rajat Aggarwal

HVDC Account Lead, Mott MacDonald

Grant McKay

Regional Sales Manager, Hitachi

Neil Wilkinson

Low Carbon Lead, Aker Solutions

Dr Christopher Smith

Head of Interconnector Asset & Innovation, National Grid

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15.15 – 15.50

Exhibition Theatre

North America


International Delegation - Colombia

A overview of energy projects in Columbia followed by an outline of Naturgas and the portfolio of their 29 associates that represent 98% of the Gas industry in Colombia. Naturgas will discuss the country’s energy transition aims including an investment portfolio of over 2.9bi USD in the next 5 years.


Chair

Clarisse Rocha

Head of Americas, EIC

Speakers

Luz Stella Murgas

President, NATURGAS

Pietro Ferreira

Regional Analyst – All sectors (Americas), EIC

16.00 - 17.00

Exhibition Theatre

North America


Aberdeen City - Transitioning to Net Zero Case Study

A case study of Aberdeen’s net zero journey so far and an overview of the city’s future capital projects, collaborations and wider frameworks


Moderator

Geoff Aberdein

Director at True North (Scotland) Ltd

Speakers

Dr Oliver Taylor

CEO bp Aberdeen Hydrogen Energy Ltd.

Mark Anderson

TechX Director, Net Zero Technology Centre

Maggie McGinlay

CEO, ETZ Ltd

Sarah West

Interim Chief Operating Officer, Port of Aberdeen

18:00 - 20:00

Offsite

IT TEAM


Networking reception

Attendance for paid delegate pass holders only

Day 2 Themes

  • Global opportunities in CCUS, Hydrogen and O&G Emissions Reduction

9:15 - 10:15

CONFERENCE SUITE C

IT TEAM


Keynote plenary – The Changing International Marketplace

Panellists will discuss the changing international marketplace and the scale of the opportunity facing us all, but also the real challenges of uncertainty, stagflation, geopolitics and the post-pandemic world.

Focus will include the role and strategies of investors and green finance, entrepreneurialism and balancing risk and pragmatism against boom dynamics and the appetite for the new age of innovation and the net zero bubble.


Chair

Stuart Broadley

Chief Executive, EIC

Speakers

Michael Matheson MSP

Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport, Scottish Government

Massimo Bizzi

Chief Operating Officer, Howden

Vivienne Daly

Head of Strategy and Industry Engagement, New Nuclear Projects at Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, BEIS

Kaustuv Bagchi

Vice President & Head Offshore Wind Farm Business, Larsen & Toubro Limited

10.15 - 10.45

Exhibition Hall

IT TEAM


Networking Break

10.30 – 11.30

Conference Suite B

North America


Japan Offshore Wind Delegation

Overview of Japanese’s Offshore Wind Market, presentation from Developers and EPC


Chair

Kevin Liu

Regional Representative, Head of Energy and Low Carbon Transition - Asia Pacific, SDI

Speakers

Michael Matheson MSP

Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport, Scottish Government

Yoshinori Ueda

General Manager, Communication Department, Japan Wind Power Association (JWPA)

Taku Kurimoto

Senior General Manager, Civil Engineering Technology Division, Obayashi Corporation

Satoshi Osawa

Chief, Renewable Energy Business Development Dept, Tokyo Gas

Manabu Hayasaki

Lead, Wind Power Group, Technical Unit, Renewable Energy & New Business Division, INPEX Corporation

Niels Sondergaard

Sales Director, Coda Octopus

10.45 - 12.15

Conference Suite C

IT TEAM/MI TEAM


Industry Panel: Resilient hydrocarbons, decarbonising to find the future balance

This session will discuss the current trends seen in the oil and gas markets and where hydrocarbons will fit in a low carbon future. Panellists will debate what is needed in future to:

1) Accelerate the decarbonisation of existing assets,
2) Support the phase-out of hydrocarbons in the energy mix with renewable energy sources, and
3) How to successfully transfer the skills and lessons learned from the Oil & Gas industry into the clean tech sectors. The panel will discuss a range of topics including electrification, abatement, and optimisation.


Chair

Keith Wise

Operations Manager, OEUK

Speakers

George Blake

Energy Analyst – Oil and Gas, EIC

Jon Inge Buli

General Manager, Technical Sales Oil & Gas/Offshore, Wärtsilä Norway AS

Phil Millette

P.Eng, Global Refining & Chemicals Marketing Leader, Honeywell Process Solutions

Jamie Duff

Technical Delivery Manager – Upstream, Wood

Adam Bradley

Business Manager, Central North Sea, North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA)

10.45 - 10.55

Exhibition Theatre

IT TEAM


Exhibitor Spotlight: Gide Loyrette Nouel - Project Management, Dispute Avoidance and Alternative Dispute Resolution


Speakers

James Casey

Associate, Gide Loyrette Nouel

Daniel Holman

Associate, Gide Loyrette Nouel

Rebecca Mee

Associate, Gide Loyrette Nouel

Natasha Peter

Counsel, Gide Loyrette Nouel

11.00 - 12.15

Conference Suite C

North America


Africa Delegation Speedy Networking

11.00 – 11.30

Exhibition Theatre

North America


Market Intelligence: CCUS Global Project Overview

– Overview of global project opportunities including a breakdown of the key components that form a project and visibility of UK capabilities, both proven and potential. EIC will provide an outline of work that has been conducted to identify the gaps in the supply chain case study on work which as been conducted to assist a UK developer. Presentations will be followed by Q&A.


Speakers

Joanne Sivanathan

Energy Analyst – Carbon Capture, Hydrogen and Nuclear, EIC

Christopher Shirley

Supply Chain Analyst., EIC

Diveena Danabalan

Head of EIC Consult, EIC

Richard Simon-Lewis

Director of Business Development, Marketing and Communications, UK Export Finance (UKEF)

11.30 - 11.40

Exhibition Theatre

IT TEAM


Exhibitor Spotlight: Busch - Vacuum - Enabling the Green Energy Transition

Busch Vacuum Solutions is one of the world’s largest producers of vacuum pumps, vacuum systems, blowers and compressors. Busch’s vacuum and overpressure solutions are installed in all industries, all around the globe. This ‘spotlight’ session provide case study examples of how vacuum technology is used across a wide range of energy applications to enable the green energy transition.


Speaker

Craig Johnston BA (Hons)

CMgr MCMI, Global Market Coordinator - Oil & Gas / Vapour Recovery / Power, Busch Vacuum Solutions

11.45 – 12.30

Conference Suite B

IT TEAM/MI TEAM


Global Contractor Update – Worley

A full contractor update focusing on the global projects, across all sectors, plus work which has been undertaken on Energy Transition projects.


Speaker

Graeme Wilson

Business Development Director, Worley

12.15 - 13.30

Exhibition Hall

IT TEAM


Lunch Service & Networking

12.30 – 13.15

Exhibition Theatre

IT TEAM


Global Green Finance – Supporting the Energy Transition


Chair

Audrey Caulliez-Louis

Managing Director, ACL Impact

Speakers

Tim Palmer

Head of Renewables & Transition, UK Export Finance (UKEF)

Victoria Miles

Founder at ImpactAGlobal

Andrew Smith

CEO, Deja Blue Consulting

13.00 - 13.45

Conference Suite B

IT TEAM/MI TEAM


Global Contractor Update – Wood

A full contractor update focusing on the global projects, across all sectors, plus work which has been undertaken on Energy Transition projects.


Speaker

Stuart Turl

Business Development Director – Energy Transition EMEA, Wood

13.15 - 13.25

Exhibition Theatre

IT TEAM


Exhibitor Spotlight: Hydro-C - Green Hydrogen - production technology for every environment


Speaker

Hassan Heshmat

Director, Hydro-C Ltd

13.30 - 14.15

Exhibition Theatre

North America


Market Intelligence: Hydrogen Global Project Overview

Outline of the global project opportunities including a breakdown of the key components that form a project. This session will also provide visibility of the UK capabilities and strengths in the sector, identify opportunities for supply chain investments and provide an outline of EIC Consult studies around hydrogen scopes already conducted. Presentation will be followed by Q&A.


Speakers

Dr. Madana Leela

Regional Analyst (A-PAC), EIC

Christopher Shirley

Supply Chain Analyst., EIC

Diveena Danabalan

Head of EIC Consult, EIC

Tim Palmer

Head of Renewables & Transition, UK Export Finance (UKEF)

13:30 - 14:45

CONFERENCE Suite C

IT TEAM


Industry Panel: Industrial Scale CCUS

Climate goals and a more attractive investment environment have spurred plans for over 120 new industrial CCUS projects (including industrial hubs) in recent years. Projects in planning cover an increasingly diverse mix of applications and regions globally. This session will discuss ongoing global industrial scale carbon capture projects, key areas of collaboration, standalone carbon capture vs clusters, supply chain readiness, and the challenges associated with the scale-up of the elements of carbon capture projects (including transport, utilisation, and storage).


Chair

Neil Golding

Director of Market Intelligence, EIC

Speakers

Saiful Azuan Abdul Aziz

Front End Engineering Project Delivery & Technology, PETRONAS

Joanne Sivanathan

Energy Analyst – Carbon Capture, Hydrogen and Nuclear, EIC

Willie Coetzee

Market Development Director, Honeywell

Stuart Taylor

MSc-Beng, Europe Business Development Lead for Decarbonisation in Industrial Applications, Siemens Energy

Enrique Cornejo

Head of Industrial Carbon Capture Supply Chains, Hydrogen and Industrial Carbon Capture Directorate, BEIS

14.00 – 14.45

Conference Suite B

IT TEAM/MI TEAM


Global Contractor Update – Fluor

A full contractor update focusing on the global projects, across all sectors, plus work which has been undertaken on Energy Transition projects.


Speaker

Edward Vonk

Business Development, Energy Solutions

14.15 - 15.00

Exhibition Theatre

North America


Market Intelligence: Key projects and sectors in the America’s markets

Overview of projects and key players across North, Central and South America with a focus on US Offshore Wind, Renewables in Brazil


Chair

Clarisse Rocha

Head of Americas, EIC

Speakers

Pietro Ferreira

Regional Analyst – All sectors (Americas), EIC

Amanda Duhon

Director - North & Central America, EIC

15.00 - 16.15

Conference Suite C

IT TEAM/MI TEAM


Industry Panel: The Hydrogen Economy: Blue, Green and Everything in Between

Hydrogen is predicted to play a leading role in the energy transition with the “green oil of the 21st century” increasingly promoted by governments around the globe. Driven by climate change, the possibilities of energy storage, use as a fuel and the long-term intention to replace reliance on coal and oil, many countries around the world have already launched significant hydrogen funding programs.

This session will discuss the rapidly changing landscape for hydrogen, including the outlook on the falling cost of production for green hydrogen, the emergence of new markets of interest, energy security, the circular economy, and the readiness of the supply chain to deliver hydrogen at scale.


Chair

Martin McCormack

Director, CCUS and Hydrogen, ETZ

Speakers

Jon Duffy

CEO, CPH2 - Clean Power Hydrogen Group

Martin Banks

Senior Project Manager, Wood

Michael Czarnecki

Study Manager, Petrofac

Dr. Madana Leela

Regional Analyst (A-PAC), EIC

Dr Michael Wagner

Special Advisor – Hydrogen, AFRY Management Consulting

15.15 – 16.00

Conference Suite B

IT TEAM/MI TEAM


Global Contractor Update – Wartsila

A full contractor update focusing on carbon emissions reduction through utilization of dual fuel and spark ignited reciprocating engines as essential, partial or main power for large offshore installations. Introducing some key features, concepts and references from past projects. In addition, connecting Wärtsilä’s future fuels and carbon capture initiatives to these same projects.


Speaker

Jon Inge Buli

General Manager Technical Sales Oil & Gas, Wärtsilä Norway AS

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