Transforming energy through vision, innovation, and action



Transforming energy through vision, innovation, and action

20 +

Energy ministers

600 +


300 +

CEOs, and global business leaders speaking


Conference sessions

4000 +


The Climatetech Conference Programme

The net zero agenda is reshaping the global economy and creating a raft of new market opportunities for energy players. Advanced climate technologies are driving down emissions, safeguarding future energy supplies and advancing the cause of a just energy transition in the developing world. 

A new addition for 2023, the Climatetech Conference programme will bring together established energy players, policy analysts, investors and Big Tech to discuss credible, tech-enabled routes to net zero. The curated programme will cover cutting edge, future-forward emissions reduction solutions. 

Industry leaders will share learnings from CCUS projects, updates on carbon sequestration initiatives, and strategies for deriving commercial value from new and emerging climate technologies. Attendees will enjoy the highest level insights into strategic and cross-industry partnership initiatives, new funding mechanisms, and proven strategies for turning big ideas into practical solutions.


Climatetech sessions will include:

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How pioneering and agile start-ups are using advanced climate technologies to reduce emissions in multinational energy companies

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Carbon capture, utilisation, and storage

How CCUS is creating new business cases, synergies, and markets.

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Talent pool

How do we train the climate technologies workers of tomorrow, and re-skill, and up-skill offshore workers who want to transition into the climate technologies sector?

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Policy and Investment

What do global policymakers need to do to support investment in clean technologies to drive decarbonisation? How does the investment landscape need to change for climate technologies to flourish?

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What is the global cost of GHG emissions, and how can education be best utilised to reduce emissions?

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How are artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, data visualisation, and satellite monitoring technologies driving emissions reductions?

Delegate registration is now open

Book your delegate pass and hear from over 600 energy experts, including 300+ Energy Ministers, CEOs, and business leaders

Accelerating strategies to decarbonise the energy value chain

Located within the Climatetech zone, the Climatetech Theatre will host strategic, technical and commercial sessions.  

The Climatetech programme will aim to showcase the most powerful and advanced climate technology use cases. It will shed light on the global policy frameworks that will enable the sector to truly flourish. And, with Energy Ministers, global business leaders, and CEOs driving the conversation on decarbonisation, the programme will map out the skillsets required for the sector’s most precious resource – people – to thrive and prosper. 


Area of focus

  • Climatetech: creating exciting new business opportunities

Carbon capture, storage, and utilisation doesn’t just cut C02 emissions, it creates new synergies, and even new markets. How can policymakers create the right conditions for new zero carbon business ventures to drive decarbonisation? Where are the most lucrative investment opportunities? How can smart technologies such as AI, and blockchain add value? How do governments create educational programmes to ensure that industry provides the right training to develop the workforce of tomorrow?

  • Climatetech: new expertise and skillsets

Digital systems such as artificial intelligence, analytics, remote sensing, and geographic information systems are extremely cost-effective ways of cutting CO2 emissions, and delivering on decarbonisation goals. An increasing proportion of digital climate technology is being created by start-ups. How do digital solutions mitigate or eradicate emissions? What real-world digital solutions can companies implement to accelerate their business strategies? To what extent should policymakers forge closer ties with the investment community to drive widespread adoption? And, how is the industry responding to new skills, and evolving requirements?

Mckinsey 190 X 80 Min

The need for climate technology is vast – which creates large potential markets and investment opportunities. Our estimates suggest that next generation technologies could attract $1.5 trillion to $2 trillion of capital investment per year by 2025.”

An executive’s guide to climate technology
Christian Signoretto

"Companies and the gas industry will need to commit to invest billions of dollars in the next decade in order to make sure we reach the target of net zero emissions.”

Cristian Signoretto
Deputy Chief Operating Officer
Natural Resources

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