OEUK London Business Breakfast – Secure Energy Supplies during the Transition to Net Zero
The energy landscape is changing, and energy companies have been evolving to match that change – addressing the climate challenge head-on while continuing to power the UK with the energy it needs through oil, gas, wind and more.
Energy security has been bumped to the top of the agenda in recent months as the energy price crisis continues, worsened by the tragic events in Ukraine.
At the same time, industry has responded with concerns on government proposals to introduce an additional levy on oil and gas producers.
The UK offshore energy industry has a big role to play in providing secure and reliable supplies of fuel and power to millions across the UK. In future, this will be increasingly with cleaner energies as well as the oil and gas we continue to rely on today.
The sector plans to spend £250 billion over the next 10 years in continued domestic oil and gas production, as well as renewables and carbon cutting technologies.
But how can industry and governments work together to deliver reliable supplies of cleaner energy in a way that also supports jobs, skills and the economy?
Offshore Energies UK’s latest Business Breakfast, sponsored by Pinsent Masons LLP, will bring together an exciting range of government and industry speakers to set out their aspirations for the transition and turn it into an advantage – making the UK a centre of low-carbon excellence and a blueprint for decarbonisation.
|Date & Time||Tue, 05 July 2022, 8:00 am|
|Location||Pinsent Masons LLP, 30 Crown Pl, Earl St, London EC2A 4ES|
|More Info||More details here|