Agenda | Energy Exports Conference
  • Monday 14th June
  • Tuesday 15th June
  • Wednesday 16th June
  • Thursday 17th June
  • 08:00 (BST)
    Registration opens
    09:00 - 10:15 (BST)

    Opening Plenary - The Road to COP26

    This high-level panel consisting of Government Ministers and Industry influencers will discuss the preparations, priorities, and ambitions for COP26 in relation to the energy industry. The impact of energy transition on policy, strategy & investment decisions and asks if the UK is changing position on the world stage? Are we leading the way in stimulating a green economy, what are the changing priorities and technologies for energy companies and how do we manage the supply chain transition?

    Speakers

    Chair: Stuart Broadley
    Chief Executive - EIC
    Michael Matheson MSP
    Cabinet Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport - Scottish Government
    Sir Ian Wood KT GBE
    Chairman - Energy Transition Zone
    Talal Al-Marri
    President and CEO - Aramco Europe
    Louis Taylor
    Chief Executive - UK Export Finance (UKEF)
    10:15 - 10:30 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    10:30 - 11:45 (BST)

    Industry Panel: The Energy Transition - identifying the immediate and long-term opportunities for the energy supply chain

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    This session will provide an overview of the current global energy transition status, discuss current operator/developer and contractor transition activities and strategies, address the barriers to change and how the North Sea Transition Deal and Net Zero targets will translate into global opportunities for the supply chain.

    Speakers

    Chair: John Pearson
    Chief Operating Officer, New Energy Services - Petrofac
    Neil Golding
    Director, Market Intelligence - EIC
    Nick Cooper
    CEO - Storegga
    Scott Robertson
    Director of Operations - Oil & Gas Authority (OGA)
    Phil Simons
    Executive Vice President, Projects and Operations - Subsea 7

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    11:45 - 12:45 (BST)

    International Delegation: Offshore Wind Europe

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Europe is the leading region globally for offshore wind, with over 18GW of installed capacity currently and is home to the largest operational wind farms for both bottom fixed and floating.

    Europe is not just home to mature offshore wind markets such as the Netherlands, Denmark or Germany, but also strong newcomers such as Poland and Ireland, who are already boasting project pipelines of more than 10GW.

    Together these European markets are paving the way to achieving the European Union’s Green Deal as they plan for a sustainable economy by turning climate and environmental challenges into opportunities.

    Join our panel of speakers as they discuss how the industry is delivering on the expansion of offshore wind, the supply chain requirements, investment, infrastructure, and the growing export opportunities.

    Speakers

    Chair: Gunnar Herzig
    Managing Director - World Forum
    Offshore Wind (WFO)
    Benoit Bizet
    Offshore Wind Regulatory Specialist -
    Danish Energy Agency
    Nigel Slater
    Managing Director, Development,
    Europe - Northland Power
    Tom Nightingale
    North East Stakeholder Manager, New
    Energy Solutions - Equinor

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    ASEAN Contractors Update: Emerging EPC, Essem Group & MMHE

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    ASEAN-leading EPC players will share their recent collaboration, discuss future projects and opportunities for the supply chain.

    Speakers

    Chair: Azman Nasir
    Director, Asia Pacific - EIC
    Kamarul Johan
    Executive Director - Emerging EPC
    Muffadzlee (Fuzz) Ahmad Sufian
    Group MD - Essem Group
    Hisham Mohd Hanafi
    General Manager Business Development, Heavy Engineering Business - Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Berhad (MMHE)

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    12:45 - 13:00 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    13:00 - 14:00 (BST)

    International Delegation: Europe - Onshore Wind

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    The EU has been an early mover on renewable energy and is committed to becoming the global leader in renewables. Wind power has played an important part behind this success and it will be key for achieving the EU’s renewable energy targets by 2050.

    Europe installed 14.7 GW of new wind capacity in 2020, with 80% of the new wind installations were onshore.

    Wind energy in Europe – 2020 Statistics and outlook 2021-2025 report, found onshore wind installations were lower than pre COVID forecast due to delays in commissioning new wind farms and supply chain disruptions.

    However, as we look at the market outlook over the next five years, Europe aim to install around 105 GW of new wind energy capacity, with over 70% of new installations coming from onshore wind.

    Speakers

    Chair: Joshua Gartland
    Senior Advisor, Trade & Competitiveness - WindEurope
    John Amund Lund
    Senior Advisor - Norsk Vind
    Sharanya Kumarmurthy
    Energy Analyst - EIC
    Laura Fleming
    Business Development Director - Siemens Gamesa

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    Global Market Update: Middle East & North Africa - Solar and Energy Storage

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    In the Middle East region, solar energy plays a vital role and is expected to have significant growth in the coming years. Installed renewable capacity in Middle East is dominated by utility-scale solar projects. As of 2019, the solar installed capacity accounted for 5583 MW.

    Opportunities in the market and the increased focus on the energy transition have created different solar technologies, notably CSP (Concentrated Solar Power). Some of the world’s biggest existing and upcoming CSP plants are coming up in the region. Solar PV has been the leading technology and CSP is the second-largest technology by installed capacity. In addition, energy storage is fast becoming an area of interest in the wider ‘energy mix’.

    Join this session to hear from some of the key players in the region about the dynamics and opportunities driving this sector.

    Speakers

    Chair: Ryan McPherson
    Director, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS - EIC
    Parag Bhamre
    IBESA
    Jeffrey Norman
    Managing Director - Total Solar International

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    14:00 - 15:00 (BST)

    Industry Panel: Aligning UK international support for the clean energy transition

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Government department and agencies such as the Department for International Trade, Scottish Development International, UK Export Finance will outline and discuss the services and funding available to UK companies doing business in export markets.

    Speakers

    Chair: Campbell Keir
    President - EIC
    Danny Dunne
    Deputy Director, Energy Transition, Clean Growth & COP26 – DIT
    Emma Wade-Smith OBE
    Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for Africa - DIT
    Richard Simon-Lewis
    Director & Head of Business Development, Marketing & Communications - UKEF
    David Rennie
    Global Head of Energy - SDI

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    15:00 - 16:00 (BST)

    Asia Pacific Contractor Update: Hyundai Corporation, Sapura Energy Berhad and Sembcorp Marine

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    A full contractor update focusing on the global projects developing in the APAC region.

    Speakers

    Chair: Azman Nasir
    Regional Director Asia Pacific - EIC
    Kim Jin Young
    Business Development Manager - Hyundai Corporation
    Johnny Ong
    Head Project Procurement, Sapura Energy
    Dr. Ang Joo Hock
    Senior Manager, R&D - Sembcorp Marine

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    Global Contractor Update: SNC Lavalin

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    This session will cover the key markets and outlook for SNC-Lavalin’s global oil & gas business. In addition to hearing about work in the traditional onshore and offshore O&G markets, you will also learn more on its focus on delivering the energy transition, key low carbon and renewable markets and highlights of major projects globally.

    The session will conclude with guidance in working with SNC-Lavalin, gaps in the supply chain and touch on some key expectations on partners and suppliers.

    Speakers

    Chair: Neil Golding
    Director, Market Intelligence - EIC
    Simon Naylor
    Senior Vice President, Engineering & Consulting - SNC-Lavalin
    Nick Jamilla
    Supply Chain Manager - SNC-Lavalin

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    16:00 - 17:00 (BST)

    International Delegation: US - Offshore Wind

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Market overview, initiatives from Biden administration, projects opportunities from developer & requirements from the supply chain.

    Speakers

    Chair: Amanda Duhon
    Director, North America - EIC
    Sy Oytan
    Deputy CEO - Vineyard Wind
    Scott Hamilton
    Renewables Division Manager - Xodus Group
    Amanda Lefton
    Director - Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
    Martin Tremblay
    Americas Offshore Wind Leader - Arup

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    08:00 (BST)
    Registration opens
    08:00 - 09:00 (BST)

    International Delegation: Taiwan and Japan - Offshore Wind

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Q&A forum discussing supply chain common queries regarding the operating environment, contracting opportunities, routes-to-market, skills and hiring, etc.

    Speakers

    Chair: Kevin Liu
    Regional Representative | Head of Energy | Asia Pacific - SDI
    Alvin Tang
    Sapura Energy Country Manager Taiwan/ Renewables Strategy and BD - Sapura Energy Berhad (Taiwan)
    Carl Blundon
    Head APAC - Taylor Hopkinson
    John Popham
    General Manager, Offshore Project Development - Japan Wind Development Co., Ltd.
    Michèle Dée
    Regional Head Europe, Africa and South Asia - UK Export Finance

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    09:00 - 09:15 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    09:15 - 10:30 (BST)

    Industry Panel: Climate leadership - Decarbonisation and export opportunities in a COP26 year

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    Oil & Gas companies will discuss their plans for meeting Net Zero Targets. How will new technologies and innovations reduce the carbon footprint of assets i.e., Electrification of assets, reductions of emission from flaring and venting, discuss examples of progression and a call to action and opportunities for the supply chain.

    Speakers

    Mike Tholen
    Sustainability Director - OGUK
    Steve Johnson
    Head of Commercial Management - Texo
    Jan Nieuwerf
    Senior VP Oil & Gas - SNF
    Graeme Wilson
    Business Development Director, Aberdeen Energy - Worley

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    10:30 - 11:15 (BST)
    Exhibition booster and networking in the meeting hub
    11:15 - 12:15 (BST)

    International Delegation: Bahrain - Upstream Oil & Gas

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    The Kingdom of Bahrain pioneered oil production in the Middle East beginning in the 1930s, establishing the region’s initial framework for the petroleum industry. Some 90 years later oil and gas operations continue to play a significant part in the economy of the country. This session will provide an overview of current exportation opportunities in the Kingdom from Tatweer Petroleum who are responsible for all upstream operations in the Kingdom, including oil and gas exploration, development, and production activities, in addition to gas distribution and sales.

    Speakers

    Chair: Ryan McPherson
    Director, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS - EIC
    Yahya Alansari
    General Manager, Exploration & Field Development
    - Tatweer Petroleum
    Ghada Almoulani
    Exploration Geophysicist, Exploration Department
    - Tatweer Petroleum
    Ahmed Alrumaidh
    Head Engineering Service, Exploration Department
    - Tatweer Petroleum
    Ahmed Fateh
    Exploration Geologist, Exploration Department
    - Tatweer Petroleum
    Ali Shehab
    Senior Exploration Geophysicist, Exploration Department
    - Tatweer Petroleum

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    12:15 - 12:45 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    12:45 - 13:45 (BST)

    International Delegation: Brazil - Oil & Gas

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    The development of Brazil’s pre-salt oil reserves continues to provide key business opportunities in projects developed by Petrobras and IOCs. The national oil company is currently making progress with capital-intensive field development projects in the Santos basin, having awarded major EPC contracts for FPSOs that will operate at the Búzios and Mero fields.

    Equinor, meanwhile, has recently announced a final investment decision on its US$8bn Bacalhau oil field in the Santos basin. The session will feature insights from Equinor and the Brazilian Energy Research Office (EPE) and provide an overview of E&P projects in the country.

    Speakers

    Chair: Clarisse Rocha
    Director, Americas - EIC
    Rafael Tristão
    Head of Supply Chain - Equinor
    Heloísa Esteves
    Director for Oil, Gas and Biofuel Studies - EPE
    Pietro Ferreira
    Senior Energy Analyst, Americas - EIC

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    International Delegation: Africa - Upstream and LNG

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    In African energy-exporting countries, oil and gas has historically been a primary driver of economic growth. Oil exports can account for more than 90% of revenues and the bulk of fiscal revenues.

    The growth Africa’s offshore exploration and production activities have been mainly driven by the efforts of governments in the region, to provide key incentives and supporting policies to unlock the investment opportunity, as well as a growing number of international oil and gas companies interested in exploring alternative fields to replace the maturing offshore producing sites. In addition, an increase in gas production is expected to lead the nations in the region, thereby, witnessing substantial growth in the pipeline and LNG terminals market.

    Join this session to hear from some of the key players in the region about the dynamics and opportunities driving these two sectors.

    Speakers

    Chair: Ryan McPherson
    Director, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS - EIC
    Peter Muliisa
    Chief Legal And Corporate Affairs Officer - Uganda National Oil Company (UNOC)
    Diveena Danabalan
    Senior Energy Analyst and Strategic Relationship Management - EIC

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    13:45 - 14:00 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    14:00 - 15:15 (BST)

    Industry Panel: Digital in Energy – The Direction of Travel

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    The pace of energy industry digitalisation is increasing; energy company digital technology investment is rising sharply. Hear from our panel about digital’s direction of travel in the international energy industry and how the supply chain is evolving to take advantage of the sector’s opportunities.

    Speakers

    Jared Owen
    Digital & Entrepreneurship Director - ONE
    Audrey Terry
    Head of IT Client Services - Neptune Energy
    Gavin Rogers
    Vice President – Innovation, Digital & Technology - Wood
    Mary Majury
    Chief Technology Officer - Epic POB
    Gareth McIntyre
    Managing Director - Global Design Innovation
    Kevin Coll
    Solab MD and Founder of Onboard Tracker - Solab

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    15:15 - 15:45 (BST)
    Exhibition booster and networking in the meeting hub
    15:45 - 16:45 (BST)

    Global Contractor Update: Petrofac

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    This contractor update will include an overview of global projects across all sectors, guidance in working with Petrofac and gaps in the supply chain for the New Energy and Decommissioning Market.

    In addition, Roy Choudhury, Supply Chain Director, will discuss the challenges and opportunities for the Net Zero Supply Chain. Join Roy during the live Q&A section to have your say on what this means to the SME energy community.

    Speakers

    Chair: Neil Golding
    Director, Market Intelligence - EIC
    Roy Choudhury
    Supply Chain Director - Petrofac

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    International Delegation: Guyana - Upstream Oil & Gas

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    One of the world’s latest oil producers, Guyana started to export oil in 2020 with great anticipation for economic growth.

    Following a string of oil discoveries since the Liza-1 wildcat, ExxonMobil is now pushing ahead with additional field development projects on the Stabroek block, with hopes to achieve an output of 1 million barrels per day from seven different FPSOs by 2027.

    In this session, hear about project and contracting activity in one of the world’s most enticing O&G markets, as well as how to do business in the country.

    Speakers

    Chair: Clarisse Rocha
    Director, Americas - EIC
    Gopnauth Bobby Gossai, Jr.
    Senior Petroleum Coordinator - Ministry of Natural Resources
    Dr. Natasha Gaskin-Peters
    Director - Centre for Local Business Development
    Pietro Ferreira
    Senior Energy Analyst, Americas - EIC

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    08:00 (BST)
    Registration opens
    08:00 - 09:00 (BST)

    International Delegation: APAC

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    Petronas and Shell will discuss the supply chain implications of the energy transition, specifically for the APAC region.

    Speakers

    Chair: Azman Nasir
    Regional Director Asia Pacific - EIC
    Dr Jay Mariyappan
    Head of New Energy – Petronas
    Karen Westley
    Group Environment Vice-President - Shell

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    International Delegation: Saudi Arabia

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has the second largest proved reserves of oil in the world and is currently producing ~8.5 million bpd, however it remains committed to becoming an ‘energy producing country’ and aims to play a key role in the development of renewable fuel sources and clean energy technology. The Kingdom is committed to promoting technologies and solutions that address greenhouse gas emissions under the Circular Carbon Economy platform through accelerating research, development, deployment, and dissemination of such technology.

    Earlier this year, the Kingdom announced its “Saudi Green” plan, under which 50% of domestic energy would be produced from renewable energy sources by 2030 and 10 billion trees would be planted in the country to help mitigate carbon emissions in the atmosphere.

    Join our speakers to hear more about these exciting developments and opportunities.

    Speakers

    Chair: Ryan McPherson
    Director, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS - EIC
    Eng. Faisal Addas
    Manager of Conversion Business Development - Local Content & Business Development Unit - SABIC

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    09:00 - 09:15 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    09:15 - 10:15 (BST)

    International Delegation: India - LNG

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    In this session, an expert industry panel will discuss the LNG demands and project opportunities in India.

    Speakers

    Invited Speakers: Reliance, Maharashtra Gas Co

    Chair: Ketan Pednekar
    Senior Trade Specialist Energy - SDI
    Rajeev Mathur
    President - Cairn India
    Jainendra Trivedi
    VP, LNG Terminals and Logistics Business - AG&P
    Nandakumar Kulkarni
    VP and Head Onshore - Larsen & Toubro

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    Global Opportunities in Nuclear New-Build, SMR & AMR

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    Global opportunities with developers & requirements from the supply chain .

    Speakers

    Gareth Davies
    Chair of NIA International Group - Davies Nuclear Associates
    Alan Woods
    Director, Strategy and Business Development - Rolls Royce
    Mick Gornall
    Managing Director Clean Energy
    & Specialist Services - Cavendish Nuclear
    Jay Shaw
    Programme Director - Nuclear AMRC

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    10:15 - 10:30 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    10:30 - 11:30 (BST)

    Doing Business with ADNOC

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    The ADNOC Group are one of the world's leading energy producers and a primary catalyst for the growth and diversification of the Abu Dhabi economy. With a production capacity of more than 3.5 million barrels of oil per day and 10.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day, they operate across the entire hydrocarbon value chain. They have a network of fully integrated businesses for exploration, production, storage, refining, and trading, as well as the development of a wide range of petrochemical products.

    Join ADNOC to hear from the Registration and Pre-Qualification Group and the In Country Value and Market Development Team, who will provide an overview of their activities and how to engage with the organisation.

    Speakers

    Chair: Ryan McPherson
    Director, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS - EIC
    Ms. Abeir Ahmed
    Analyst, Registration & Pre-Qualification Group Procurement Function - ADNOC
    Mr. Salem Bafaraj
    Vice President, In Country Value & Market Development - ADNOC

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    Global Contractor Update: Bechtel Limited

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    Bechtel will provide an overview of current and pipeline opportunities across all energy sectors, including the history of energy transition for Bechtel and where they see the forthcoming opportunities. Learnings from suppliers, finding synergies and timeline expectations.

    Speakers

    Neil Golding
    Director, Market Intelligence - EIC
    Andrew Cuniah
    Supply Chain Operations Manager - Bechtel Limited
    George Whittaker
    Business Development Manager for Energy Transition and Offshore Wind - Bechtel Limited

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    11:45 - 12:30 (BST)

    Global Contractor Update: Worley

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

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

    Speakers

    Chair: Diveena Danabalan
    Senior Energy Analyst and Strategic Relationship Management - EIC
    Chris Barbary
    Vice President of Business Development - Worley

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    12:30 - 12:45 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    12:45 - 13:45 (BST)

    International Delegation: US Oil & Gas Opportunities

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    Overview of operator projects opportunities including energy transition & requirements from the supply chain.

    Speakers

    Chair: Amanda Duhon
    Director, North America - EIC
    Kristy Bellows
    Vice President, Upstream/Midstream Sector - Worley
    David Nguyen
    CP Manager, Permian Projects - Shell
    Pietro Ferreira
    Senior Energy Analyst, Americas - EIC

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    14:00 - 15:15 (BST)

    Industry Panel: Hydrogen

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    With major companies scaling up their investment in low carbon and reducing emissions many are looking towards the net zero ambition. The energy transition discussion is not new however there is still a long way to go if we are to meet the targets set out in the Paris Agreement. It is becoming very clear that Hydrogen will become an important part of the energy economy during the next decade, it is one of the most talked about clean technologies and will help bring many countries closer to the net zero goals. Many governments are already supporting the growth of hydrogen and have set in place a regulatory framework to support developments, while others have announced financial support, ambitious targets and the importance of public-private partnerships to realise the industries potential.

    In this session we will look at the future of hydrogen; focussing on global hydrogen projects as well as new technologies in this field, the challenges and lesson learnt and of course how the supply chain can get involved in this exciting fast-growing sector.

    Speakers

    Chair: Pieter Jan Provoost
    Manager, Energy Technology Club - Agoria
    Joanne Sivanathan
    Energy Analyst - EIC
    Caragh McWhirr
    Innovation Manager - Xodus Group
    Nathan Burton
    Business Developer - Storengy/Engie
    Chet Biliyok
    Technical Lead, New Energy Services - Petrofac
    Josh Lawrence
    Hydrogen and Low Carbon Heating Advisor - UK Department For International Trade (DIT)

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    15:15 - 16:00 (BST)
    Exhibition booster and networking in the meeting hub
    16:00 - 17:00 (BST)

    Global Opportunities in Hydrogen: Operator Presentation

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Nel Hydrogen will provide an overview of their global opportunities with a focus on successful projects, challenges faced, lessons learned and upcoming projects with potential opportunities for supply chain involvement.

    Speakers

    Neil Golding
    Director, Market Intelligence - EIC
    Thorsten Herbet
    Director, Market Development and Public Affairs - Nel Hydrogen
    Alan Mortimer
    Director of Innovation, Clean Energy - Wood

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    International Delegation: South Americas - Hydrogen

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Following an international market trend, several hydrogen projects are currently being carried out in South America. Brazil, a regional leader when it comes to renewable energy, also has the potential to stand out with green hydrogen projects.

    Enegix’s Base One and Port of Açu’s hydrogen facility lead the way in terms of planned capital expenditure in Ceará and Rio de Janeiro, respectively.

    The session will provide an overview of projects, their impact on the local market and UK capabilities in the segment.

    Speakers

    Chair: Clarisse Rocha
    Director, Americas - EIC
    Daniella Carneiro
    Hydrogen & CCUS - DIT
    Filipe Segantine
    Innovation and Sustainability Manager - Açu Port
    Wesley Cooke
    Founder and Chief Executive Officer - Enegix

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    08:00 (BST)
    Registration opens
    08:00 - 09:00 (BST)

    International Delegation: Western Australia - Hydrogen

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Overview of the hydrogen market in Western Australia, discussing Hydrogen Project opportunities & requirements from the supply chain followed by Q&A .

    Speakers

    Chair: Azman Nasir
    Director, Asia Pacific - EIC
    Dr. Madana Leela
    Energy Analyst - EIC
    Luke Blackbourn
    Manager Government & External Relations - Yara
    Chris Clark
    Executive Director - Western Australia Government
    Mike Deeks
    Agent General of Western Australia to Europe,
    UK and Israel - Western Australia Government
    Matt Walden
    Director Business Development and Transactions - ARENA

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    International Delegation: Middle East - CCUS

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    The pipeline of operational and under development Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facilities continues to grow year on year. The number of countries, cities and companies committing to net-zero climate targets increased in 2020 despite the adversities faced, accelerating CCS development. Despite significant progress, to achieve net-zero emissions, CCS capacity must increase more than a hundredfold by 2050.

    Join ADNOC, Qamar Energy and the Global CCS Institute to hear more about how this area is continuing to develop in the Middle East and how to position your organisation.

    Speakers

    Invited Speakers: ADNOC

    Chair: Ryan McPherson
    Director, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS - EIC
    Maryam Salman
    Consultant - Qamar Energy
    Angus Gillespie
    European Affairs - Global CCS Institute
    Ayman Ghazaly
    Manager, Engineering Services - ADNOC Gas Processing

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    09:00 - 09:15 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    09:15 - 10:30 (BST)

    Industry Plenary: The Changing International Marketplace

    This high-level panel session will include Government Ministers and C-Level executives from across all energy sectors including operators, developers, and OEMs to discuss: The changing international marketplace due to Energy Transition and COVID-19; how boardroom priorities are changing due to investor pressure; diversification trends & drivers; and how to translate industry soundbites into clear implementation plans.

    Speakers

    Rt. Hon Graham Stuart MP
    UK Minister for Exports - UK Government
    Duncan Clark
    SVP, Head of UK - Ørsted
    David Cairns
    Vice President Political and Public Affairs - Equinor
    Sian Lloyd Rees
    Head of UK and SVP Europe & Africa - Aker Solutions Ltd
    Jon Andre Lokke
    CEO - Nel Hydrogen

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    10:30 - 11:45 (BST)

    Decommissioning Industry Panel: Emerging International Markets

    International Decommissioning Opportunities

    This session will provide information on decommissioning opportunities across the globe with a focus on emerging International Markets.

    Speakers

    Fraser Moonie
    CEO - Decom North Sea
    Diveena Danabalan
    Senior Energy Analyst and Strategic Relationship Management - EIC
    Alex Macdonald
    Managing Director, Well Engineering & Decommissioning - Petrofac
    Gareth Jones
    Decommissioning Division Manager - Xodus Group
    Vomic Nur Shah
    Head of Origination - UKEF
    Shozey Jafferi
    Energy Sector Specialist, Energy Transition & Decommissioning - DIT

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    12:00 - 13:00 (BST)

    International Delegation: Angola - Decommissioning Upstream

    International Decommissioning Opportunities

    Angola is the second largest oil producing country in sub-Saharan Africa and an OPEC member with output of approximately 1.37 million barrels of oil per day (bpd) and an estimated 17,904.5 million cubic feet of natural gas production. Almost 75% of the oil production comes from offshore fields.

    A Presidential Decree passed in 2018, provides a pathway for dismantling abandoned wells and decommissioning of oil and gas facilities.

    Join our panel of speakers to hear more about the opportunities in the Angola Decommissioning sector.

    Speakers

    Chair: Ryan McPherson
    Director, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS - EIC
    Belarmino Emílio Chitangueleca
    Executive Director - Angola’s National Oil, Gas and Biofuel’s Agency (ANPG)
    Fraser Moonie
    CEO - Decom North Sea

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    13:00 - 13:15 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    13:15 - 14:15 (BST)

    International Delegation: Brazil - Decommissioning Upstream

    International Decommissioning Opportunities

    The decommissioning of oil and gas production assets has become another great source of opportunities in Brazil.

    Petrobras’ latest investment plan for 2021-25 allocates US$4.6bn to the decommissioning of aging O&G infrastructure across the country, with a focus on assets in the Campos basin off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

    In total, the company plans to decommission a total of 18 production units and 1,000km of risers and flowlines.

    The panel will feature presentations by Petrobras, the National Petroleum Agency (ANP) as well as the Department for International Trade (DIT).

    Speakers

    Chair: Clarisse Rocha
    Director, Americas - EIC
    Anthony Preston
    Deputy Consul General - DIT
    Raphael Neves Moura, Ph.D.
    General Manager for Operational Safety and Environment - ANP
    Maiza Pimenta Goular
    Projects Development Executive Manager - Petrobras

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    Global Contractor Update: Wood

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    The need for change has never been greater across our global energy industry, in the way we treat our planet, and in how we live. United by a common purpose to unlock solutions to the world’s most critical challenges, Wood seeks new possibilities to improve the world today and tomorrow.

    Join Wood on this session to hear their latest insights on the global energy transition landscape, why businesses should engage in the Race To Zero and Race To Resilience, and how investor expectations are changing on ESG.

    Speakers

    Chair: Stuart Broadley
    Chief Executive - EIC
    Martyn Link
    Chief Strategy Officer - Wood
    Tara Schmidt
    Vice President Strategy - Wood
    Peter Hall
    Global Director for Sustainable & Resilient Infrastructure - Wood

    Would you like to sponsor this session? Find out more here.

    14:15 - 14:30 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    14:30 - 15:30 (BST)

    Industry Panel: CCUS - Global Activity Overview

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Carbon capture technology is recognised as a key, proven and exciting technology in reducing greenhouse gas emissions around the world and a necessity to reach net zero goals. The market is at a pivotal point and with large-scale global projects in operation and under construction, there is now a growing global pipeline for CCS projects with over 50 facilities. In this session we will be exploring the opportunities these projects give rise to, followed by a wider high-level discussion exploring the CCS value chain and how future developments play an important role in reducing emissions.

    Speakers

    Chair: Neil Golding
    Director, Market Intelligence - EIC
    Joanne Sivanathan
    Energy Analyst - EIC
    Jon Christopher Knudsen
    Chief Commercial Officer - Aker Carbon Capture
    Stuart Duncanson
    Head of Technology Integration - Doosan Babcock
    Mike Fulham
    Vice President, Execution Strategy - Worley
    15:40 - 16:40 (BST)

    International Delegation: US - CCUS

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Overview of operator/contractor projects opportunities & requirements from the supply chain.

    Speakers

    Chair: Amanda Duhon
    Director, North America - EIC
    Jarad Daniels
    Director, Office of Strategic Planning, Analysis, and
    Engagement - U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
    Nicolas J. Fulford
    Senior Director, Energy Transition - Gaffney, Cline & Associates
    Jane Stricker
    Senior Relationship Manager, Regions, Cities & Solution - bp America

    Would you like to sponsor this session? Find out more here.

    International Delegation: Europe - The Porthos Project

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    The Netherlands has clear climate objectives to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by 49% by 2030 and by 95% by 2050, compared to 1990. One way to support and achieve the climate objectives is to capture CO₂ for use, or for storage underground through Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS).

    As the national coalition agreement and the national Climate Agreement underline the importance of CCUS for the energy transition, the Port of Rotterdam CO2 transport hub and offshore storage (Porthos) project is a proposed joint venture partnership between three state-owned companies, including Energie Beheer Nederland (EBN), Gasunie, and the Port of Rotterdam Authority.

    This innovative CCUS project is being prepared near Europe’s biggest port Rotterdam in South Holland, Netherlands, and is on schedule to store an annual amount of 2.5 million tonnes of CO2 from the industry in empty gas fields beneath the North Sea as from 2024.

    Join Mark Driessen, Manager Public Affairs, Stakeholders and Communications, Porthos and Alexander Vink, Commercial Manager, Porthos, as they discuss the CCUS Project, regulatory and commercial developments and timelines.

    Speakers

    Chair: Neil Golding
    Director, Market Intelligence - EIC
    Mark Driessen
    Manager Public Affairs, Stakeholder and
    Communications - Porthos
    Alexander Vink
    Commercial Manager - Porthos

    Would you like to sponsor this session? Find out more here.

    16:45 - 17:00 (BST)

    Closing Remarks

    Review of key outcomes across the four conference days.

    Speakers

    Chair: Stuart Broadley
    Chief Executive - EIC
    08:00 (BST)
    Registration opens
    08:00 - 09:00 (BST)

    International Delegation: Western Australia - Hydrogen

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Overview of the hydrogen market in Western Australia, discussing Hydrogen Project opportunities & requirements from the supply chain followed by Q&A .

    Speakers

    Chair: Azman Nasir
    Director, Asia Pacific - EIC
    Dr. Madana Leela
    Energy Analyst - EIC
    Luke Blackbourn
    Manager Government & External Relations - Yara
    Chris Clark
    Executive Director - Western Australia Government
    Mike Deeks
    Agent General of Western Australia to Europe,
    UK and Israel - Western Australia Government
    Matt Walden
    Director Business Development and Transactions - ARENA

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    International Delegation: Middle East - CCUS

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    The pipeline of operational and under development Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facilities continues to grow year on year. The number of countries, cities and companies committing to net-zero climate targets increased in 2020 despite the adversities faced, accelerating CCS development. Despite significant progress, to achieve net-zero emissions, CCS capacity must increase more than a hundredfold by 2050.

    Join ADNOC, Qamar Energy and the Global CCS Institute to hear more about how this area is continuing to develop in the Middle East and how to position your organisation.

    Speakers

    Invited Speakers: ADNOC

    Chair: Ryan McPherson
    Director, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS - EIC
    Maryam Salman
    Consultant - Qamar Energy
    Angus Gillespie
    European Affairs - Global CCS Institute
    Ayman Ghazaly
    Manager, Engineering Services - ADNOC Gas Processing

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    09:00 - 09:15 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    09:15 - 10:30 (BST)

    Industry Plenary: The Changing International Marketplace

    This high-level panel session will include Government Ministers and C-Level executives from across all energy sectors including operators, developers, and OEMs to discuss: The changing international marketplace due to Energy Transition and COVID-19; how boardroom priorities are changing due to investor pressure; diversification trends & drivers; and how to translate industry soundbites into clear implementation plans.

    Speakers

    Rt. Hon Graham Stuart MP
    UK Minister for Exports - UK Government
    Duncan Clark
    SVP, Head of UK - Ørsted
    David Cairns
    Vice President Political and Public Affairs - Equinor
    Sian Lloyd Rees
    Head of UK and SVP Europe & Africa - Aker Solutions Ltd
    Jon Andre Lokke
    CEO - Nel Hydrogen

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    10:30 - 11:45 (BST)

    Decommissioning Industry Panel: Emerging International Markets

    International Decommissioning Opportunities

    This session will provide information on decommissioning opportunities across the globe with a focus on emerging International Markets.

    Speakers

    Fraser Moonie
    CEO - Decom North Sea
    Diveena Danabalan
    Senior Energy Analyst and Strategic Relationship Management - EIC
    Alex Macdonald
    Managing Director, Well Engineering & Decommissioning - Petrofac
    Gareth Jones
    Decommissioning Division Manager - Xodus Group
    Vomic Nur Shah
    Head of Origination - UKEF
    Shozey Jafferi
    Energy Sector Specialist, Energy Transition & Decommissioning - DIT

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    12:00 - 13:00 (BST)

    International Delegation: Angola - Decommissioning Upstream

    International Decommissioning Opportunities

    Angola is the second largest oil producing country in sub-Saharan Africa and an OPEC member with output of approximately 1.37 million barrels of oil per day (bpd) and an estimated 17,904.5 million cubic feet of natural gas production. Almost 75% of the oil production comes from offshore fields.

    A Presidential Decree passed in 2018, provides a pathway for dismantling abandoned wells and decommissioning of oil and gas facilities.

    Join our panel of speakers to hear more about the opportunities in the Angola Decommissioning sector.

    Speakers

    Chair: Ryan McPherson
    Director, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS - EIC
    Belarmino Emílio Chitangueleca
    Executive Director - Angola’s National Oil, Gas and Biofuel’s Agency (ANPG)
    Fraser Moonie
    CEO - Decom North Sea

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    13:00 - 13:15 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    13:15 - 14:15 (BST)

    International Delegation: Brazil - Decommissioning Upstream

    International Decommissioning Opportunities

    The decommissioning of oil and gas production assets has become another great source of opportunities in Brazil.

    Petrobras’ latest investment plan for 2021-25 allocates US$4.6bn to the decommissioning of aging O&G infrastructure across the country, with a focus on assets in the Campos basin off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

    In total, the company plans to decommission a total of 18 production units and 1,000km of risers and flowlines.

    The panel will feature presentations by Petrobras, the National Petroleum Agency (ANP) as well as the Department for International Trade (DIT).

    Speakers

    Chair: Clarisse Rocha
    Director, Americas - EIC
    Anthony Preston
    Deputy Consul General - DIT
    Raphael Neves Moura, Ph.D.
    General Manager for Operational Safety and Environment - ANP
    Maiza Pimenta Goular
    Projects Development Executive Manager - Petrobras

    Would you like to sponsor this session? Find out more here.

    Global Contractor Update: Wood

    Identifying International Market Opportunities

    The need for change has never been greater across our global energy industry, in the way we treat our planet, and in how we live. United by a common purpose to unlock solutions to the world’s most critical challenges, Wood seeks new possibilities to improve the world today and tomorrow.

    Join Wood on this session to hear their latest insights on the global energy transition landscape, why businesses should engage in the Race To Zero and Race To Resilience, and how investor expectations are changing on ESG.

    Speakers

    Chair: Stuart Broadley
    Chief Executive - EIC
    Martyn Link
    Chief Strategy Officer - Wood
    Tara Schmidt
    Vice President Strategy - Wood
    Peter Hall
    Global Director for Sustainable & Resilient Infrastructure - Wood

    Would you like to sponsor this session? Find out more here.

    14:15 - 14:30 (BST)
    Exhibition Booster
    14:30 - 15:30 (BST)

    Industry Panel: CCUS - Global Activity Overview

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Carbon capture technology is recognised as a key, proven and exciting technology in reducing greenhouse gas emissions around the world and a necessity to reach net zero goals. The market is at a pivotal point and with large-scale global projects in operation and under construction, there is now a growing global pipeline for CCS projects with over 50 facilities. In this session we will be exploring the opportunities these projects give rise to, followed by a wider high-level discussion exploring the CCS value chain and how future developments play an important role in reducing emissions.

    Speakers

    Chair: Neil Golding
    Director, Market Intelligence - EIC
    Joanne Sivanathan
    Energy Analyst - EIC
    Jon Christopher Knudsen
    Chief Commercial Officer - Aker Carbon Capture
    Stuart Duncanson
    Head of Technology Integration - Doosan Babcock
    Mike Fulham
    Vice President, Execution Strategy - Worley
    15:40 - 16:40 (BST)

    International Delegation: US - CCUS

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    Overview of operator/contractor projects opportunities & requirements from the supply chain.

    Speakers

    Chair: Amanda Duhon
    Director, North America - EIC
    Jarad Daniels
    Director, Office of Strategic Planning, Analysis, and
    Engagement - U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
    Nicolas J. Fulford
    Senior Director, Energy Transition - Gaffney, Cline & Associates
    Jane Stricker
    Senior Relationship Manager, Regions, Cities & Solution - bp America

    Would you like to sponsor this session? Find out more here.

    International Delegation: Europe - The Porthos Project

    Clean Tech Global Opportunities

    The Netherlands has clear climate objectives to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by 49% by 2030 and by 95% by 2050, compared to 1990. One way to support and achieve the climate objectives is to capture CO₂ for use, or for storage underground through Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS).

    As the national coalition agreement and the national Climate Agreement underline the importance of CCUS for the energy transition, the Port of Rotterdam CO2 transport hub and offshore storage (Porthos) project is a proposed joint venture partnership between three state-owned companies, including Energie Beheer Nederland (EBN), Gasunie, and the Port of Rotterdam Authority.

    This innovative CCUS project is being prepared near Europe’s biggest port Rotterdam in South Holland, Netherlands, and is on schedule to store an annual amount of 2.5 million tonnes of CO2 from the industry in empty gas fields beneath the North Sea as from 2024.

    Join Mark Driessen, Manager Public Affairs, Stakeholders and Communications, Porthos and Alexander Vink, Commercial Manager, Porthos, as they discuss the CCUS Project, regulatory and commercial developments and timelines.

    Speakers

    Chair: Neil Golding
    Director, Market Intelligence - EIC
    Mark Driessen
    Manager Public Affairs, Stakeholder and
    Communications - Porthos
    Alexander Vink
    Commercial Manager - Porthos

    Would you like to sponsor this session? Find out more here.

    16:45 - 17:00 (BST)

    Closing Remarks

    Review of key outcomes across the four conference days.

    Speakers

    Chair: Stuart Broadley
    Chief Executive - EIC
    The richest gathering of industry experts I have experienced,
    Peter Davies - EM&I
    EEC blended a great mix of industry professionals passionate about the development of renewable energy and their regions providing an informative and engaging programme.
    Andrew Hart - Cargostore Worldwide Trading
    High quality speakers, the must attend exports conference for anyone in the energy market. 
    Caroline Jones - Department of International Trade

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