The future of Shell: Building a low-carbon energy future

9th March 2011, Comments 0 comments

A public dialogue organised by the Club of Amsterdam on 17 March.

The world is starting a shift towards a new, low-carbon energy future. But it will take several decades to get there. Shell is taking steps today to help build the energy system of tomorrow: producing more cleaner burning natural gas; working to deliver advanced fuels and lubricants and lower-carbon biofuels; and building a capability in carbon capture and storage

The speakers and topics are:

Andrei Kotov, Commercial Adviser Global LNG, Shell Upstream International
the future of Gas

Guus Berkhout, Professor of Geosciences, Professor of Innovation
New Business Framework for the Energy Industry

Bill Spence, Manager Strategic Issues, Shell Upstream International
Energy Scenarios & the future of Shell
Scenarios describing the future of the world and its energy systems. The
role of oil and gas companies, specifically Shell. What does the future

Moderated by Adriaan Kamp, Owner, Kamp Beheer

The conference language is English.

The future of Shell

Building a low-carbon energy future
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Registration: 18:30-19:00, Conference: 19:00-21:15
Location: Shell Technology Centre Amsterdam, Grasweg 31, 1031 HW Amsterdam
Supporter: Shell

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