OTC Unveils New Pavilion Showcasing a Low-Carbon Future
New to the exhibit floor this year, the Energy Transition Pavilion will present advancements in alternative energy sources and the technology being developed to decarbonize, drive sustainability, and improve energy efficiency.
The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) will bring the new Energy Transition Pavilion to the exhibition floor of this year’s conference. Designed to showcase advancements in alternative energy sources and the technology being developed to decarbonize, drive sustainability, and improve energy efficiency, the pavilion is planned as a hub for conversation and dialogue around the energy transition.
As the energy industry works to deliver sustainable solutions and reduce carbon emissions, OTC continues to play a key role by facilitating knowledge-sharing, learnings, and discussions around the technologies and experts that can deliver those low-carbon solutions.
OTC is supported by this year’s Presenting Sponsors and Tier One and Tier Two Sponsors, who have distinguished themselves by providing innovative and creative solutions that help eliminate, reduce, or offset emissions in the energy industry. With a wide scope of efforts including equipment, digital solutions, and process improvements, these companies have demonstrated dedication and expertise in creating a low-carbon future.
- Nabors Industries
- Technip Energies
Tier One Sponsors
- Wartsila North America
Tier Two Sponsors
- University of Houston, UH Energy
Presenting and Tier One sponsors also will present special programming in the pavilion throughout the conference. Additionally, from 9:45 to 11 a.m. on 3 May, a moderated panel discussion entitled "Decarbonized: Is There Space for Oil and Gas in a Low-Carbon World?" will take place in the Energy Transition Pavilion. The session will discuss the critical role decarbonization plays in the energy transition and highlight the technological advancements, both in development and execution, that are reducing emissions and improving the efficiency of oil and gas production and operations.
Speakers on the panel will be
- Jane Stricker, Vice President, Energy Transition, and Executive Director, Houston Energy Transition Initiative, Greater Houston Partnership (moderator)
- Amy Chronis, Vice Chairman, US Oil, Gas and Chemicals Lead, Deloitte
- Guillermo Sierra, Vice President Strategic Initiatives—Energy Transition, Nabors Industries
- Paul Sims, Vice President, Marketing, Schlumberger
- Nicolas Tcherniguin, Head of Offshore Technologies, Technip Energies
“OTC is widely recognized as a central hub for energy professionals and industry thought leaders to collaborate and develop solutions for the energy challenges surfacing this generation and next,” said Paul Jones, chair of the OTC Board of Directors. “The addition of the Energy Transition Pavilion enables us to bring together cutting-edge technologies and offshore industry expertise that combined can develop the innovative solutions required to deliver the global transition to a low-carbon economy.”