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The growing concern about greenhouse gas emissions is spurring change in the offshore oil and gas industry. Many larger operators are working to rebalance their portfolios toward low-carbon projects as they seek to become the broad-based energy companies of the future. At the same time, the industry is looking for ways to produce more oil and gas (and increasingly power) while also being carbon-conscious. These companies have acquired assets outside their core oil and gas production businesses and will likely need to operate a range of assets, develop novel technologies, and enter new markets. The speakers will provide their thoughts and recommendations on best steps for companies looking to “embrace the energy transition.”Speakers
Oil, Gas & Chemicals Leader
Dickson serves as Vice Chairman and principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Energy, Resources & Industrials Industry group. He has more than 38 years of business and consulting experience in senior leadership positions in major industrial and healthcare products companies. Dickson is also a well-known and respected advisor in the oil, gas & chemicals sector and has been invited to present his insights on advanced material systems, the future of chemicals, the future of mobility, and corporate strategies at major global events.
Energy, Resources & Industrials Leader
Porter serves as Vice Chairman and US Energy, Resources, & Industrials (ER&I) Leader with Deloitte. He has over 29 years of experience assisting executives in matters regarding strategy, restructuring, mergers, and technology adoption (digital, analytics, robotic, etc.). Porter is an established thought leader on the topics of energy transition, energy resource management, and leading practices in energy to address to improve analytics/performance.SPONSOR