How Can the Oil and Gas Industry Adapt and Maintain its Leadership Throughout the Energy Transition?


Disciplines: Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability | Management | Production and Operations | Projects, Facilities, and Construction

Course Description

This seminar is designed to give participants an overview about different initiatives relating to the sustainability aspects such as leveraging carbon capture, utilization and storage to enable sustainable energy supply. Energy efficiency from asset operations and advanced technologies will play a key role in lowering carbon footprint, and form key pillars of the value chain to achieve the Net Zero, help to bring resilience for a sustainable future. The seminar will provide insights and case examples, focusing on CCUS opportunities identification, integration and management; hydrogen/blue ammonia projects consideration, and deployment for effective end-to-end value creation.

Learning Level

Intermediate

Course Length

1 day

Why Attend

The current energy mix is bound to charge significantly over the coming 2-3 decades. This course provides the basis for a global perspective on energy markets, and the options for it to become major part of the solution of the energy sector transformation

Who Attends

Petroleum engineers, reservoir engineers, production engineers, facilities engineers, managers, government officials, and others involved or interested in the energy transition, hydrogen, Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) of CO2, a topic of tremendous interest to the SPE members around the world.

CEUs

.8

Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be received no later than 14 days prior to the course start date. Cancellations made after the 14-day window will not be refunded. Refunds will not be given due to no show situations.

Training sessions attached to SPE conferences and workshops follow the cancellation policies stated on the event information page. Please check that page for specific cancellation information.

SPE reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule courses at will. Notification of changes will be made as quickly as possible; please keep this in mind when arranging travel, as SPE is not responsible for any fees charged for cancelling or changing travel arrangements.

We reserve the right to substitute course instructors as necessary.

Instructor

Dr. Kamel Ben-Naceur is CEO of Nomadia Energy Consulting, where he advises on sustainable energy policies and global and regional energy economics and outlooks. He has worked as the chief economist for a major oil and gas company and for an oilfield services company.

Ben-Naceur has also worked as a director of the International Energy Agency and as the industry, energy, and mines minister for the Tunisian government.

He has chaired several SPE global committees, including Business Management and Leadership, the International Forum Series, and CO2 Capture, Utilization, and Storage. He has also taught several SPE courses on global energy and strategic thinking and planning. He was technical director for the Management and Information discipline on the SPE International Board of Directors from 2008 to 2011.

Ben-Naceur was also an SPE Distinguished Lecturer during the 2009–2010 season and received an SPE Distinguished Member Award and SPE Distinguished Service Award in 2014, the AIME Charles F. Rand Memorial Gold Award in 2019, and the 2020 Sustainability and Stewardship in the Oil and Gas Industry Award.

Other courses by this instructor

Developing Strategic Thinking and Planning Skills
Dr. Kamel Ben-Naceur

Strategic thinking and planning are key elements in an organization’s journey to maximize value to shareholders, customers and employees. Through this workshop, attendees will go through the different processes involved in strategic planning including ...

(Read More)

Disciplines: Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability | Management

Global Energy Markets
Dr. Kamel Ben-Naceur

The course goes through fundamentals of demand and supply in global energy markets, main primary energy sources (conventional and unconventional oil and gas, coal, renewables, and nuclear), electricity markets. Global energy scena...

(Read More)

Disciplines: Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability | Management

Technology Advances and Energy Transition for Sustainability
Dr. Kamel Ben-Naceur

This seminar is designed to give participants an overview about different initiatives relating to the sustainability aspects such as leveraging carbon capture, utilization and storage to enable sustainable energy supply. Energy efficiency from asset op...

(Read More)

Disciplines: Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability | Management | Projects, Facilities, and Construction | Reservoir