Gas becomes the primary energy source from the mid-2020’s as oil and gas companies decarbonise portfolios to maintain a competitive edge, according to DNV GL’s 2019 Energy Transition Outlook. Join us for an afternoon with DNV GL’s Oil & Gas CEO, Liv Hovem, who will share insights from DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook; an independent forecast of the world energy mix in the lead-up to 2050. During the briefing, Liv will discuss the implications of DNV GL’s forecast that natural gas and renewables will be the only energy sources to be in higher demand in 2050 than they are today. She will also highlight what our forecast means for Southeast Asia, where energy policies are geared towards natural gas and coal. The event will also give you the opportunity to network with other senior industry colleagues and hear their perspectives on the energy transition through round table discussions.
Pre-registration is required. Please confirm your attendance by Thursday, 21 November 2019. For more information, please feel free to contact Rohaya Yan: [email protected]
Date, Time and Venue
- Date: Monday, 25 November 2019
- Time: 11.30 – 14.00 hrs.
- Venue: Pullman Hotel KLCC, 4 Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur, 50450, Malaysia
About the Speaker
Liv Hovem is Oil & Gas CEO at DNV GL. She is passionate about the energy transition and works extensively with technologies and solutions geared towards enabling the energy transition and the role of gas in the sustainable future energy mix. Her technical background is risk and probabilistic modelling, hydrodynamics and structures. Her leadership background includes strategy development and execution, innovation management, leading through change and organisational development. She has served on the board of several research organisations. Ms Hovem has an MSc in Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering from UC Berkeley (1990) and an MSc in Civil Engineering from the Norwegian Technical University (1987).