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http://www.weforum.org/ Cutting subsidies, diversifying economies, investing in renewables: with energy prices stabilizing at a lower level, how effectively will governments reform and markets respond? - Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency, Paris - Khalid Al-Falih, Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources of Saudi Arabia - Isabelle Kocher, Chief Executive Officer, ENGIE, France - Maxim Oreshkin, Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Moderated by - John Defterios, Editor, Emerging Markets; Anchor, CNNMoney, United Arab Emirates
Solar energy will be the cheapest source of energy in nearly all markets and locations because PV (photovoltaic) cells can bypass the aging and fragile electricity grid and deliver its power to the end user, fundamentally changing the underlying economics of energy.┬á As the scale of PV production increases and costs continue to decline at historic rates, demand for PV electricity will outpace supply of systems for years to come. Yet, the shift from fossil fuels to solar energy will take place not because it is better for the environment or energy security, or because of some yet undeveloped technology; it is already occurring through decisions made by self interested energy users and all of these facts will impact us and be as transformative as the last centuryΓÇÖs revolutions in energ...
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) UC Davis Graduate School of Management Dean Steven Currall talks with Amy Jaffe, one of the world's leading global energy and oil industry experts. Jaffe recently joined UC Davis as the executive director of energy and sustainability. Series: "UC Davis Graduate School of Management's Dean's Distinguished Speaker Series" [1/2013] [Business] [Show ID: 24596]
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. The talk is about the leadership change that is required to maximize the potential for energy efficiency within in our society. Stijn Santen holds an MSc in chemistry and chemical engineering at the University of Amsterdam and has worked for 18 years in Shell lately as global business manager CO2 before starting his company CO2-Net B.V. in 2005. He is the architect of the first commercially successful CO2 pipeline projects; Shell-Omya (1998) and Shell-OCAP (2005), where the latter is one the largest energy efficiency projects implemented in the Netherlands. He acted as visiting professor at the Oil & Gas University of General Electric in Firenze, Italy in 2005 and 2006 teaching energy markets, energy...
The International Energy Agency held its 2nd Global Conference on Energy Efficiency in Paris on 29 June 2018, bringing together top-level government officials and energy-industry executives at a forum for global engagement and exchange on energy efficiency. This is Part 1 of 4 of the live webstream. Part 2: https://youtu.be/sdYzIdHcl7I Part 3: https://youtu.be/Cl1F5fx4uVs Part 4: https://youtu.be/cvBv5uNIYZQ
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China's Premier Li Keqiang is promoting the use of nuclear power, both at home and abroad, and that has led to the country's increased involvement in nuclear reactor projects. China is helping build them in Pakistan and Romania, while it's just investing in Argentina, the UK, Turkey and South Africa. CCTV America's Michelle Makori spoke with Minqi Li, an Economics Professor at the University of Utah in the U.S.
A number of disruptive "game changers" have recently emerged, fundamentally altering how we approach energy production and use. Any surviving illusion that the energy industry can remain static without dramatic adaptation to new and unexpected circumstances has been displaced these developments. In this video interview, Energy partner Clint Vince discusses how developments and innovations in the energy sector are affecting companies. This video examines: • The impact of globalization on the energy industry; • Physical and cyber threats to the grid; • Disruptive technologies; • Climate change; and • How utilities and other energy companies are adapting. Continue reading about how these game changers are impacting the US Energy sector: http://www.dentons.com/en/insights/articles/2...
Mark Latham of TheRebel.media says Australia's Labor and Liberal Parties have crippled nation's energy industry, but there IS a solution. MORE: https://www.therebel.media/going_nuclear_how_australia_can_be_a_global_energy_superpower Never miss a new Rebel video: http://www.youtube.com/c/RebelMediaTV PLUS http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV
We’ve interviewed ten speakers from our Global Energy Webinar series which took place in November, 2015. S&P Capital IQ hosted its first Global Energy Webinar, streamed to clients in the Americas, APAC and EMEA regions. The three webinars featured topics specific to each region as well as speakers from S&P Capital IQ, Standard and Poor’s Ratings Services, Bentek and Sucden Financial. The speakers addressed a range of energy-related topics. Subjects included the relative performance of energy sector stocks versus the price of oil, the impact of the Volkswagen emissions scandal on diesel, and drilling efficiencies. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/1k771Nm
Sept. 28, 2017 Baker Botts LLP and the Baker Institute Center for Energy Studies co-host the first Global Energy Transitions Summit, a forum for key market players and decision-makers to gain insight into the future of the dynamic energy industry.
A free, multi-faceted, half-day conference comprising scholars, diplomatic, national security, and intelligence experts and leaders. Tackling some of the most pressing issues facing the geopolitical landscape through the lens of energy: the oil and gas industry. Introduction by Dr. Steven Meyer, Dean of Daniel Morgan Graduate School “The Global Geopolitical Energy Situation: The Brave New World Order of Oil and Gas” Keynote Speaker: Paul Michael Wihbey. Partner at CAN-AM Strategic Advisory and Adjunct Professor, University of Port Harcourt –Nigeria. Overview: Global energy is a complex international issue and landscape that contains a range of national and regional jurisdictions in a variety of situations and contexts impacting economics, politics, and armed conflicts: it has forever c...
Course Director: David A. Wood on behalf of IBC Global Academy This course provides insight to the energy sector covering fossil fuels, renewables, nuclear and hydro. It considers power generation and transportation fuels separately and in detail, considering vehicle designs and biofuels as part of the latter. Energy economics and sustainability are addressed in terms of global energy industry trends and future issues and challenges confronting the industry. www.dwasolutions.com
July 13, 2017 The natural gas market is undergoing a fundamental transformation. Industry has overtaken the power sector as the driving force behind the growing use of gas. At the same time, structural changes in gas supply and trade are changing global gas market. Heavily oversupplied markets, the ongoing shale-gas revolution in the United States and the fast-growing LNG trade are disrupting traditional gas business and pricing models. This is forcing market players to redefine their strategies and explore new markets. Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy for the global launch of the IEA’s annual natural-gas market analysis and forecast report. Renamed Gas 2017, the market report provides a detailed analysis of supply and trade developments, infrastructure investments, and dem...
With the price of oil continuing to fall, the petroleum industry must embrace digital operations, such as real-time asset management, collaborative data sharing, and remote communication to increase productivity and increase return on investment.