San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
The changing global energy landscape presents a range of opportunities and challenges to the various energy and industrial sectors. Included in this rich mix is the impact of changing markets and potential financial implications to energy assets, including risk and new investment options.
The International Energy Centre in collaboration with the University of Queensland’s Global Change Institute and Energy Initiative welcomes the opportunity to provide a forum to discuss this broad topic and explore recent work by the University of Oxford’s Stranded Assets Program.
Ben Caldecott, founder of the Stranded Assets Program will participate in a discussion with a panel of eminent local experts. They will explore the future of energy assets and our pathway to a sustainable energy future.
The panel includes;
Chris Greig - Director of UQ Eenrgy Initiative and board member of the International Energy Centre (IEC)
Ove Hoegh-Guldberg - the inaugural Director of the Global Change Institute (GCI) and Professor of Marine Science, at The University of Queensland
Seth Thomas - Program Manager and Lecturer-in-Residence, International Energy Centre,& Director (Research & Innovation), CarbonLab.