This is a re-post from ENERGY CAPITAL, The Magazine
More on the Keynote Speaker Series
On Wednesday, the two panels that took place were Alternate Energies: Hydrogen Impact and Economics; and Business Ethics and Professional Conduct in International Offshore Operations. On the first panel, the speakers, Cody Bateman, CEO of GenH2, and Mathew Wilson, Principal-element energy, and ERM Group Company; discussed the role and importance of the future of H2 in the energy transition over the next decade.
Offshore Low-Carbon solutions took the spotlight at this year’s OTC, where energy professionals had the opportunity to exchange ideas and opinions.
The Offshore Technology Conference or OTC took place in Houston, Texas. Here, they welcomed more than 24,000 attendees, from which nearly 7,000 came from countries outside the United States. Moreover, according to OTC’s official website; the total estimated economic impact of the conference amounted to more than USD 20 million.
“OTC is widely recognized as a central hub for energy professionals and industry thought leaders to collaborate and develop solutions to address global energy challenges, particularly ways in which we can meet energy needs in a cleaner and more affordable manner,” said Paul Jones, Chair of the OTC Board. “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 these low-carbon solutions now.”
The conference occurred from May the 2nd to May the 5th, 2022. In addition, according to the OTC; throughout the week, 1,064 exhibit companies from 39 countries showcased the future of offshore activities.
Likewise, the conference held 44 technical sessions that presented more than 300 technical papers. Also, the program included 17 executive dialogues and keynote speakers, as well as 11 panels and 5 networking events. Throughout the Around the World series, the conference showcased 7 countries.