During 2018 and 2019 there was renewed momentum building around policies and technologies to support decarbonization of fossil fuels, renewable energy, energy storage and energy efficiency.
Without the turmoil of COVID-19 in 2020, it may still have been a year when that momentum increased. However, the pandemic appears to have – directly and/or indirectly – turbo-charged the level of interest and intent in these areas. In fact, commitments to net-zero targets doubled among cities, regions, and companies in 2020.
BP is one example of this new focus. It has pledged in 2020 to become a net-zero company by 2050, starting with several significant medium-term targets. By 2030, for instance, it aims to have 50GW of renewable generating capacity – 20 times its current level – while cutting oil and gas production by 40% over the same period.
The Oil and Gas supply chain will need to adapt to this changing environment to maintain and build relationships with Operators.
Join this webinar to hear from Tim Hare, Head of Sales, DNV to learn about what net zero means for the Oil & Gas supply chain and the opportunities and challenges this brings.
11:00 – Welcome by NOF
11:05 – Sponsor Welcome – Currently available, talk to Caroline Lofthouse
11:10 – Presentation by Tim Hare, Head of Sales, DNV
11:45 – Q&A facilitated by NOF
12:00 – Webinar close