Offshore Energy Transition and Geothermal Energy
Tuesday, 2 May
Technical / Poster Session
The transition to Net-Zero has begun with the shift of global energy supply from traditional fossil fuels to low-carbon and renewable sources. This session presents a number of case studies that illustrate the opportunities within Offshore Oil and Gas industry to reduce GHG footprint by implementing geothermal as a renewable firm energy supply and enhanced GHG monitoring protocols. This session is ideal for audiences to become more familiar with Energy Transition and to gain knowledge on current developments in geothermal energy.
- American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
- American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)
1400-1418 32509What Does Energy Transition Actually Mean for the Oil and Gas Industry ?
1420-1438 32600Developing an ESG Strategy and Roadmap: Integrated Perspective in an Oil and Gas Company
1440-1458 32338GHG Emissions: Evaluation, Reduction, and Reporting
1500-1518 32301Machine-Learning-Based Proxy Modelling for Geothermal Field Development Optimization
1520-1538 32292Low Temperature Geothermal for Offshore Use
1540-1558 32560Analogies from the E&P Business Model Applied for Green Hydrogen Developments Offshore Uruguay
1600-1618 32405Geo-Data Engagement - A Systems Thinking Approach to Advancing Offshore Wind Farm Development in the US