Middle East – Road to COP28, Offshore Renewables and New Energies MENA perspective
12 September, 2023
0830-12030hrs GST | Followed by Refreshments
As the world continues to suffer through a global energy crisis, a shock of unprecedented breadth and complexity is unfolding. The recent geo-political events have transformed a rapid economic recovery from the pandemic – which strained global supply chains, among them energy – into a full-blown energy crisis.
Governments, policymakers, academics, and industry experts are reconsidering their strategic priorities, while the “security of supply, affordability, and sustainability” trilemma has lately become more relevant topic than ever. In this direction, the emergence of new energy technologies, the expanded use of renewable energy sources, hydrogen technologies, CCUS, energy storage, electrified transport, and electrified heat to address the problem of energy supply adequacy, climate change and environmental protection have become imperative.
In the light of the new geopolitical landscape and towards a relevant turning point into cleaner and more secure energy systems, SUT are pleased to bring together a program to showcase offshore, marine and subsea developments and technologies with a potential to contribute to the renewable energy mix within the MENA region.
- Revolutionising Energy Systems: How Do We Meet Evolving Customer Needs Through Renewables, Hydrogen, CCUS and Electrification – Khalifa University – click here for the presentation
Carbon Capture Technologies
- Offshore & Marine challenges for Carbon Capture and Underground Storage – Xodus Group – click here for the presentation
- Offshore Wind for Arabian Gulf Region – Advisian / Worley – click here for the presentation
- Wave/Solar Energy combined with Subsea technologies for standalone power and communications system – Mocean – click here for the presentation
- MENA Onshore and Wider Offshore Applications (Solar Duck) for Floating Solar – Hy-Energie – click here for the presentation
- Offshore Hydrogen Generation and Storage Concepts – Subsea7 – click here for the presentation
Hosted by Khalifa University through the Research and Innovation Center on CO2 and Hydrogen (RICH Center)
Venue details: Khalifa University, Sas Al Nakl Campus (formerly The Petroleum Institute).
The event is to be held in the ADCO Auditorium, Zarkuh Building (Building 1).
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