Uncovering the Future of Energy
A combination of multiple energy sources or are hydrocarbons enough?
- Online Webinar
Get ready to embark on an electrifying journey through the world of energy! Join us for "Uncovering the Future of Energy: Are Hydrocarbons Enough?" where we will explore the energy landscapes of the UAE, UK, Nigeria, and a few others. With the growing concern over climate change and environmental degradation, it's becoming increasingly clear that hydrocarbons are not enough to meet our energy needs. Our expert panel will discuss the latest advancements in energy technology, policy, and economics, from solar and wind power to nuclear energy and hydrogen fuel cells. We'll examine the role of hydrocarbons in the future of energy and the new advancements in carbon capture and storage technology that can help minimise their impact on the environment. In the UAE, hydrocarbons will remain a key part of the energy mix for the foreseeable future, but the country is investing heavily in renewable energy. The UK is also turning towards renewables, particularly offshore wind power and nuclear energy, and Nigeria is investing heavily in renewable energy, with the construction of the world's largest solar power plant. Joining us as a special guest speaker is Danial Kaabi from Sea Horizon Offshore Marine Services, who follows through on the legacy of servicing the Offshore Oil and Gas industry throughout the Gulf region for more than 45 years. Headquartered in Dubai with branches throughout the Middle East, they have mobilised their services across the region, expanding internationally to South Asia and East Africa. This is a unique opportunity to gain a comprehensive overview of the energy landscape and understand how it will shape our future. Take advantage of this exhilarating seminar, where you'll learn from industry experts and join the conversation about the future of energy. Register now and get ready for an electrifying ride! Facilitators Sheyi Lisk-Carew – Oclas Consulting CEO Danial Kaabi – Sea Horizon Offshore Marine Services CEO