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We are excited to announce that the Energy Institute will be hosting an engaging seminar focused on environment and sustainability on the 22nd of November. This event aims to showcase the existing work and future plans of our Environmental Management Group (EMG).
The EMG is dedicated to reducing and preventing environmental impacts arising from our operations while promoting sustainable practices. Recent EMG initiatives have delved into areas such as supporting the transition to a low-carbon economy, circularity, and methane quantification.
This complimentary seminar is designed to foster collaboration and knowledge-sharing among industry regulators, operating companies, and government representatives. We have an array of informative presentations lined up and ample networking opportunities for all attendees.
For an in-depth overview of the EMG's work program and the agenda for the day, please click on the attached links below.
|1||Chair Opening remarks||10:00-10:15|
|Session 1: Circular economy and resource recovery|
|2||Embedding circularity into construction and decommissioning of assets||10:15-10:35|
|3||Waste to products - technology and economic assessment||10:35-11:00|
|Session 2: GhG emissions and environmental performance in offshore wind (OWEF)|
|5||Introduction to Offshore Wind Environmental Forum||11:50-12:00|
|6||Case study: Designing offshore wind for environmental performance and circularity||12:00-12:40|
|Session 3: Preventing soil and groundwater contamination|
|8||Introduction to Soil, Waste and Groundwater group (SWaG)||14:00-14:10|
|9||Case study: Promoting better environmental management of service stations||14:10-14:45|
|Session 4: Mitigating environmental risk in upstream oil and gas operations|
|11||Introduction to Upstream Environment Group (USEG) and Methane work sub-group (MWG)||15:30-15:40|
|12||Case Study: Methane measurement methodologies||15:40-16:20|
|14||Chair Closing remarks||16:35-16:45|
|Drinks and canapé reception||16:45-18:00|