ADIPEC Launches Decarbonization Zone
ADIPEC, the world's most influential gathering for energy industry professionals, is introducing this year the Decarbonisation Zone, the forum for leaders in the energy ecosystem to discuss low-carbon technologies.
The forum will also address themes as the essential role the oil and gas sector plays in accelerating the transition from fossil fuels to cleaner forms of energy, an Adipec release said.
The initiative aims to discuss the strategies to meet net-zero targets, the energy industry by reducing methane emissions and new technology.
The Decarbonisation Zone will be the core of the forum, with the most influential energy providers reinforcing their strategies and discussing low-carbon technologies as they navigate the route to decarbonisation.
Senior Vice President for Energy Transition Environmental Defence Fund, Mark Brownstein, commented: “Leaders in this industry understand that decarbonisation is essential. Getting there means starting now. It will take sincere collaboration and systematic change to achieve net-zero emissions.
"There is no better place than ADIPEC for engaging the world's energy buyers and producers at all levels of the business on the solutions that are necessary to succeed in time."
The Decarbonisation Conference, taking place in November will gather global experts to share their insights into the most innovative strategies centered on 4 pivotal themes for the industry: Methane, Hydrogen, Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS), and New Energies.
The conference will facilitate sessions aimed at providing the latest innovations that will enable all stakeholders to address the growing demand for green solutions, attract strategic partnerships and cross-industry participation, generate funding mechanisms, and convert innovative ideas into a practical solution towards leading a cleaner energy future.