1st Plenary Discussion (Panel Discussions and Q&A)
Strategies for integration
In energy staying inside your box condemns you to irrelevance. More and more companies decide to take action outside their traditional field or outside national borders, in order to capitalize new opportunities or to minimize anticipated perils: from power generation to energy supply, from natural gas production to electricity and maybe further, from downstream oil to e-vehicles infrastructure. Some case studies and insights from top level decision makers.
2nd Plenary Discussion (Panel Discussions and Q&A)
Strategies for sustainability
Predictability is what companies want and what their shareholders appreciate most. This is even more so when the outside climate is stormy, and it takes great stamina to keep direction. From different fields, the speakers will comment on the challenges they met, providing us with their diagnosis and their solutions. They will also present us with their forecasts on how each of them prepare for the further developments in their sector.
3rd Plenary Discussion (Panel Discussions and Q&A)
Strategies for technology
Most of us believe that there is a technology for each of our professional needs. Strangely enough, it seems like technology has solutions even for needs that we do not identify as such yet. The vendors build upon our needs and threats, and most of the times they also stumble upon new and better ways of solving our riddles. It is, thus, of uttermost importance to discover what sorts of equipment, devices and software is available now, and what it will be on the market in the near future. It might be an answer to lack of manpower, or to cyber attacks, or to environmental requirements, or to setting overambitious targets, or to fast a business growth, or …
4th Plenary Discussion (Panel Discussions and Q&A)
Strategies for cooperation
Depending on where you stand, the energy industry looks different. However, for most of us, this is a team play, where cooperation, trust and good faith make 1+1 to exceed 2. It has become clearer every year that coal needs renewable or gas or hydro; that green needs gas or coal or storage; that suppliers need generation; that new money comes where subsidies are and that state-own companies make most of their strong rating when they bring together expertise and extra financing from private actors. A conversation on possible forms of cooperation for strengthening the energy sector.
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