North Sea Transition Deal – Delivering cleaner energy, securely
23 – 24 May 2022, P&J Live
Geopolitics and economic unpredictability have shot to the top of the agenda this year. In this context, offshore energy producers and their associated supply chain have a critical role to play in providing the UK with cleaner and more secure energies.
The energy transition is well underway, but the challenge of getting the pace of change right is increasingly under the spotlight as governments and policy makers look to avoid creating a ‘cliff edge change’ which leaves a gap in energy supply and even higher prices.
Delivering a fair and managed transition, as outlined in the North Sea Transition Deal, will be essential for consumers and energy communities alike, ensuring the UK can retain secure supplies of energy as well as the investment and skills needed to deliver cleaner energies at pace.
Over 350 attendees joined our conference to reflect on the five commitments of the NSTD: Carbon Capture and Storage; Hydrogen; Supply Decarbonisation; Supply Chain Transformation; and People and Skills. Attendees heard first-hand about the innovative solutions UK companies are developing and learned more about the fast-changing policy landscape from experts in the field.