OEEC Talk-Show: Future proof your business


Offshore Energy Today this week streamed several talk shows from the Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference in Amsterdam, one of which was titled “Future Proof Your Business.” 

The talk show explored how energy companies are preparing for a low carbon world and how traditional energy companies can be successful in their transition to that world? If you’ve missed the live stream, you can now watch the recording above.

The guests of the session were Gert-Jan Kramer, Professor of Sustainable Energy Supply Systems, Utrecht University; René Peters, Director Gas Technology, TNO, and Nick Spies, Division Director Offshore / Oil & Gas, iPS – Powerful People.

The session was moderated by Dirk van Dorsselaer, Presenter, Nederlands Debat Instituut.

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Posted on October 27, 2016 with tags .

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