Oil and Natural Gas Technology Symposium: Day 1 | Opening Keynote on Path to Net Zero and Panel 1 on Sustainability

The Oil and Natural Gas Technology Symposium: Focus on Sustainability, held virtually on 6–7 April 2021, created an opportunity for open dialog between the oil and gas industry and policymakers. 

This on-demand session includes:

Welcome
Jim Slutz
Committee Chair & Director of Study Operations, National Petroleum Council (NPC) 

Opening Keynote: Change, Innovation, and the Path to Net Zero
Richard Newell
President and CEO, Resources for the Future

Panel 1 Discussion: Oil and Natural Gas and Sustainability

The first session leads with a sustainability panel and provides tangible real-world examples/case studies of environmental stewardship occurring in the oil and natural gas industry.

Moderator: Chris West, Director of the Rocky Mountain Regional Office in Denver, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

Topic 1: Enhancing Sustainability Efforts by Enabling Understanding
Across the Organization with Data Analytics and Visualization
Speakers: John Joseph, CEO, Ondaka
Joe Lima, retired, Schlumberger

Topic 2: Natural Gas Emissions/Flaring—Highlight Technology for Finding and Eliminating
Fugitive Emissions
Speaker: Karen Olson, President, Olson Turner Enterprises

Topic 3: Water Conservation/Re-Use—Achieving Net Zero Water
Speaker: Mark Brownstein, Senior VP, Energy, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)

Duration: 2.0 hours

Registration for this on-demand presentation is free to all SPE members and customers.

0.15 CEUs offered.

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Oil and Natural Gas Technology Symposium: Day 1 | Opening Keynote on Path to Net Zero and Panel 1 on Sustainability
Recorded 04/06/2021
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