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1–3 March 2023
Bangkok, Thailand

Emerging Leaders Workshop

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Emerging Leaders Workshop

Young Leaders’ Roadmap Towards Energy Transition and Beyond

The Emerging Leaders Workshop is a programme designed for Young Professionals (YPs) under the age of 35 or with less than 10 years of experience in the energy industry. This programme offers participants a great opportunity to network with the industry experts and to discuss their perspectives on how to energise the industry.

This bespoke workshop is designed to establish the next generation of leaders and will cover the hard and soft skills necessary for a sustainable transition, how existing skill sets might be repurposed, and what role E&P leaders will play in a net-zero world. Young professionals and industry experts will be given the chance to exchange views, to collaborate, and to contribute towards the roadmap, while senior leaders will share their knowledge and wisdom with attendees. Finally, the workshop will provide a great opportunity for participants from various backgrounds and disciplines to exchange their experiences and to network.

Participants Organisations countries Speakers Networking Hours

 

ELW 2016

Climate change and global warming are considered by many to be the biggest threats that humanity has faced. As such, the United Nations (UN) has set aordable and clean energy(Goal 7) and climate action (Goal 13) as two of its Sustainable Development Goals, which form part of the 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development.

Nearly 200 countries agreed to limit global warming to less than 1.5 degrees Celsius at the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow. Most COP26 attendees indicated support for a strong push to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, and instead redirect investment to diversied and cleaner sources of energy. Meanwhile, many predict “peak oil” will occur during the coming decades. Clearly, the energy transition has begun and is likely to only accelerate.

The process of decarbonisation is not simple and is highly uncertain. Surges and plunges in energy supply and demand were witnessed over the last few years due to the COVID-19 pandemic and shifting geopolitics. Clean energy in E&P is now no longer a choice but an obligation. To this end, clean energy technologies, including carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) and low-carbon hydrogen, are the new requirements for all oil and gas companies. Successfully meeting this significant set of challenges will require a strategy of partnership and collaboration among E&P companies. Innovation and technology are also needed today more than ever. The unique landscape of the energy transition demands a new type of leader, equipped with skills in collaboration, innovation, and adaptability.

Themed "Young Leaders’ Roadmap Towards Energy Transition and Beyond", the IPTC 2023 Emerging Leaders Workshop will be held on Thursday, 2 March 2023.

Distinguished Speakers

Montri Rawanchaikul
Montri Rawanchaikul
Chief Executive Officer
PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited
Amy Chua
Amy Chua
President, Asia Basin
SLB
Mohd Redhani Abdul Rahman
Mohd Redhani Abdul Rahman
Vice President, Exploration
PETRONAS
Piya Sukhumpanumet
Piya Sukhumpanumet

Executive Vice President
International Production Asset Group
PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited
Nurzalina Jamaluddin
Nurzalina Jamaluddin

Chief Operating Officer
SEA Hibiscus
Helge Hove Haldorsen
Helge Hove Haldorsen
Senior Fellow
Switch Energy Alliance
Adisorn Smathimanant
Adisorn Smathimanant
Senior Vice President Technology Management Division
PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited
Bundit Pattanasak
Bundit Pattanasak

Senior Vice President Technology Management Division
PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited

PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME

0800 – 0830 hours Arrival of Delegates
0830 – 0845 hours Welcome Remarks
0845 – 0900 hours Opening Remarks
0900 – 0945 hours Keynote Address and Q&A
0945 – 1015 hours Ice Breaker
1015 – 1100 hours Group Photo and Coffee Break
1100 – 1230 hours Panel Session
1230 – 1400 hours Lunch
1400 – 1615 hours Mentoring Session
1615 – 1630 hours Closing Remarks
1630 – 1800 hours Networking Reception

 

Sponsoring Societies

AAPG

 

EAGE

 

SEG

 

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