With energy consumption directly linked to GDP the energy industry plays a most critical role in our world. As the world works towards meeting the two-degree target agreed at COP21, get a concise, crystal-clear overview of the energy industry today and learn what the outlook for the gas & LNG industries looks like to 2040. “What will working for the natural gas industry of the future involve and where are we headed…?”
With energy consumption directly linked to GDP the energy industry plays a most critical role in our world. As the world works towards meeting the two-degree target agreed at COP21, get an overview of the energy industry today and hear about the outlook for the gas industry in the medium to long term.
What makes young people look to decide on a career in the energy industry? Are their motivators different today compared to 30 years ago? And what has motivated and driven some of those who have made it to the top? This session welcomes some stalwarts from very different backgrounds as they share their own career reflections and examine what might motivate people today.
Does the energy industry have an image problem? What can we do about it? Travel, relevance, good remuneration, critical role in global and local economics. What’s not to love? How can the industry communicate its value proposition and lure the best graduates away from other industries?
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to really understand the demands of varying roles within the industry. Discover how individuals laid their pathways for entry into the industry and what they actually do all day.
- Commodities Trader – Vitol
- Chemical Engineer – Gowri Krishnamurthy
- Shipping Executive – Debbie Turner
- EPC contractor
Participants will form mixed groups and work through a problem-solving task. Solutions will be shared at the end of the session.