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Connect for a new energy future

Energy is the pulse of our day-to-day life and how we create and use it is changing rapidly. What the future will look like is not certain, but what is clear is that we’re well on our way to a new energy future.

This exclusive Future of Energy events page hosts a collection of webinars, podcasts, and other insights sharing Deloitte’s views on the Future of Energy. Listen to our leaders as they connect with industry experts and thought leaders to explore the possibilities of a sustainable energy future. 

Register to attend upcoming Deloitte webinars on Future of Energy

Portfolio optimisation: no right answer?

3 March 2022, Thursday | 1:00 p.m. GMT | Register here

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3 March 2022, Thursday | 1:00 p.m. GMT

IOC-to-IEC is a popular strategy among Europe’s integrated oil and gas producers. But that does not make it necessarily appropriate for NOCs, independents or even IOCs in other parts of the world. Some IOC investors are unconvinced if it is a valid strategy at all.

Join us for our upcoming webinar with Petroleum Economist and industry experts for a focused discussion on:

  • Changing Energy landscape
  • Factors that might influence choice of path
  • Different scenarios and solutions for energy transition
  • Strategic options for oil and gas companies to respond to the energy transition

19 May 2021, Wednesday | 1:00 p.m. GMT | 9:00 a.m. EST

The global hydrogen market is forecast to more than double by the end of the decade. How will supply and demand develop in tandem over this period? This webinar will cover market dynamics, infrastructure requirements and potential government frameworks. Join our webinar with Hydrogen Economist, as the panellists explore:

  • How the hydrogen market could develop to 2030 and beyond
  • Drivers of demand, including consumer preferences and emissions trading systems
  • The role of government in developing the hydrogen economy
  • Centralized and distributed hydrogen production models
  • Requirements for green hydrogen to play an important role

14 June 2021, Monday | 1:00 p.m. GMT | 9:00 a.m. EST

As we emerge from the pandemic, governments and stakeholders are embracing the Green Recovery, as well changes in the composition of the workforce and a rapidly altering economic landscape. Join us to gain insight into how the net-zero workforce can play its part in the immediate recovery of the energy industry and have an active role in the energy transition. Together with Transition Economist, Deloitte will discuss the role of net-zero workforce during the live webcast.

Taking action in the face of uncertainty during the energy transition

18 November 2020 | 14:00 GMT

Committing to the Paris Agreement is just the first step in the move to a lower-carbon future. Energy and industrial companies must soon commit, in a world of unprecedented uncertainty, to long-term strategic decisions that may have existential consequences. A new methodology is needed to cut through this overwhelming flow of data and to support strategies that are durable enough to succeed across multiple transition scenarios and be adapted as the world changes. Join our webinar with Petroleum Economist, as the panellists explore the plausible scenarios for the energy transition.

Listen to the webinar below.

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Moderator:

  • Stuart Broadley, CEO, Energy Industries Council (EIC)

Panelists

  • Geoff Tuff, Principal and US Future of Energy Leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP
  • William Zimmern, Head, Energy transition and System Analysis, BP
  • Eirik Waerness, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, Equinor

Related report:

Energy scenarios in focus

What will that future of energy look like? Plenty of uncertainties are in play, but four clear scenarios emerge based on Deloitte’s research. Explore the four scenarios.

How can decarbonization in shipping be accelerated?

29 October 2020, Thursday | 14:00 BST

International Maritime Organization has set an ambitious target to reduce GHG emissions by at least 40% by 2030 on the road to zero emissions when possible. Bunker fuel is a significant contributor to global carbon emissions—but how could this be decarbonised or replaced at a cost that is not prohibitive for global trade? Join our webinar with Petroleum Economist, as the panellists explore the possible low-carbon solutions.

Listen to the webinar below.

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Moderator:

  • Alastair O'Dell, Senior Editor, Petroleum Economist

Panelists

  • Tarek Helmi, Partner, Deloitte Netherlands
  • Grahaeme Henderson, Vice President & Global Head, Shipping and Maritime, Shell International Limited
  • Michael Parker, Chairman, Global Shipping, Logistics and Offshore, Citigroup

Analyzing the 2030 decarbonization challenge

Interview with Andrew Swart, Global Mining & Metals Leader

In this podcast with Dig Deep, Rob Tyson, Founder & Director of Mining International Ltd. interviews Andrew Swart, Deloitte’s Global Mining & Metals Leader and they discuss about the top decarbonization drivers and what this means to Energy & Resources companies. They also talk about how mining companies are approaching decarbonization, what is within their control, and how this affects their value chains.

Related report: The 2030 decarbonization challenge: The path to the future of energy

Related report:

Decarbonising Shipping: All Hands on Deck

This report developed by Deloitte, in collaboration with Shell that highlights few practical solutions for shipping companies to advance their sustainability agenda.

4 June 2020, Thursday | 09:00 AM EST

Many oil and gas producers had set out plans to transition to lower carbon fuels—but will this trend accelerate or lose momentum? The panel will unpack some pressing questions:

  • Would cheap oil for the foreseeable future help or hinder the energy transition?
  • How could the transition be funded amid low oil revenues?
  • Would investors and the public accept a slowing of the transition?
  • What are the geopolitical considerations of a shift to China-based renewables supply chains?

Moderator

  • Alastair O'Dell, Senior Editor, Petroleum Economist

Panelists

  • Katherine Hardin, Executive Director, Research Center for Energy & Industrials, Deloitte LLP
  • Stanley E. Porter, Global Power, Utilities & Renewables Leader, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited
  • Anne Lapierre, Partner, Global Head of Energy, Norton Rose Fulbright

Related report:

Navigating the energy transition from disruption to growth

Despite immediate financial pressures, Deloitte research suggests that energy and industrials companies will likely continue to prioritize moving to cleaner energy sources in the longer term.

Key contacts

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Rajeev Chopra
Global Industry Leader—Energy, Resources & Industrials Industry 
Global Leader, Oil, Gas & Chemicals
rchopra@deloitte.co.uk

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Stanley Porter
Global Sector Leader—Power, Utilities & Renewables
sporter@deloitte.com

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Andrew Swart
Global Sector Leader—Mining & Metals
aswart@deloitte.ca

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Vincent Rutgers
Global Sector Leader—Industrial Products & Construction
vrutgers@deloitte.nl

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