Which are the most promising technologies, how will the energy mix develop, and how do we turn talk into action to curb emissions and create new opportunities?
Get answers to these and many other questions at this seminar where we will be joined by experts from across the energy industry.
DNV’s UK Energy Transition Outlook, provides a detailed forecast of the demand and supply of energy towards 2050. It covers primary supply, infrastructure and associated CAPEX costs for the integrated UK system. Frank Ketelaars, Project Director for the UK ETO will present the key findings from this latest research.
Ronnie Quinn, Chief Executive, NECCUS will provide their view on how this forecast and UK ambitions compare with their assessment on likely developments in Scotland for offshore wind, hydrogen production and carbon capture and storage – both in terms of projects but also impact on the local job market.
The two presentations will be followed by a panel discussion, which will focus on the overall UK development trends, and what this means specifically for Scotland.
Speakers and panellists include:
- Ronnie Quinn, Chief Executive, NECCUS
- Clara Altbell, VP ESG and Business Innovation, Serica
- Colin Maciver, Head of Offshore Wind Development at Crown Estate Scotland
- Gunther Newcombe, OBE FEI, Orion Project
- Charlie Youngs, Head of Acorn CCS, Storegga
- Russell Borthwick, Chief Executive, Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce
- Frank Ketelaars, UK ETO Project Director, DNV
When: 30 March 2023, 09:00-11:00
Where: P&J Live, East Burn Road, Aberdeen, AB21 9FX, Scotland