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ONS 2022: 29 August – 1 September

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Net Zero Markets

Net Zero Markets is our new venue for low-carbon and renewable energy.

Topics are ccs, hydrogen, offshore wind, solar energy and battery/energy storage. Listen to industry leaders, innovators and exciting companies – participate in the
Net Zero Markets venue at ONS 2022!

Young

In 2022 we shake things up by growing bigger and changing location! This years ONS Young will be in the “doughnut-ring” at DNB-arena, with more activities, speakers and fun than ever before.

At ONS Young we want to promote the young and give them the opportunity to network with the industry and also promote themselves as future leaders of the industry.

Scale-Ups arena

Welcome to the arena for up-and-coming businesses and companies wanting to connect and cooperate with the broader energy industry! 

16 companies have been selected to be part of the Scale-Ups arena this year. Check them out in our newsfeed and read more about Scale-Ups below!

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Energetic debates at ONS 2022

ONS+ brings some of the hottest topics from the conference arenas downtown and we aim to create a social and interesting arena for a broad energy industry.

We guarantee high quality debates and new perspectives from industry leaders, influencers and politicians in an informal setting.

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Opening Session: Trust

The world is facing shortage of energy as the transition to sustainability and net zero is starting to get traction. In contrast to general wishes and political aspirations, the consumption of oil, gas and coal is still growing, while unrest also excludes more energy from the market. The global economy represents 80 per cent of global energy consumption, and the emissions are on track to a 3.5 degrees scenario.

To pass the tipping point and pick up pace in the energy transition, it is up to our industry to design, build and realize security of supply and a sustainable energy future. The gap between aspirations and reality must be solved.

Across countries, industries, traditions and culture, we need trust and a common ground to push the world forward. To build peace and answer the big questions of our time we need ambitions, faith and capability. From international diplomacy. From investors. From the young generations.

A just transition

The climate crisis is the biggest threat humanity has ever faced. A safe and sustainable future is depending on making the leap from fossil fuels, a just transition which leaves no one behind. Solidarity with the frontline communities impacted by the climate crisis, means protecting those who will suffer the most from the climate crisis and the necessary transition.

A just transition aims to improve the overall quality of life by ensuring more equal societies, cleaner air, healthier ecosystems, greater energy security and a more innovative economy. How do we secure, not only a sustainable future, but at the same time – a just transition?

Co-existence in the energy market​

New energy security challenges, bold climate ambitions and rapid global movements in the energy systems puts forward new complex market challenges. The price of oil, gas and electricity has been volatile and shown weaknesses in the global market energy system, dependent on a predictable world order as well as seasonal weather in a time of climate change.​

Energy security and transitioning towards net zero requires oil and gas, in parallel with de-carbonization and renewables gradually taking larger market shares. How will these very different industries develop and co-exist in different markets? How can they share synergies in infrastructure, competence and consumer knowledge?

The North Sea – the new frontier of energy transition?​

The Norwegian continental shelf is in transition from being an O&G province to becoming a broader energy province. The North Sea has an unredeemed potential and could be central in the industry change ahead. How should Norway, UK and the North Sea EU-countries identify and develop infrastructure and synergies based on conventional energy in co-existence with wind, hydrogen and CCUS infrastructures in the province?

How will the new Norwegian government adapt new oil and gas exploration and production, as the low carbon agenda gathers pace, and the offshore wind and hybrid projects are introduced? ​

Developing a world leading offshore energy infrastructure in the North Sea could bring benefits to the entire region, and Europe as a whole, in terms of sustainable development of energy and marine life. We ask, what is achievable and what´s not?



As part of The North Sea-session The IOR Award and the Innovation Awards winners will be announced and presented on stage.

The IOR award is awarded by the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate to production licenses, companies, projects or individuals for their commitment to improved recovery. It is a prize for creativity, persistence and appetite for risk with regards to utilizing methods and technology to increase recovery beyond what can be expected based on existing plans and methods.

The ONS Innovation Awards are intended to encourage inventors, operators, entrepreneurs, suppliers and contractors, large and small, to promote their products or services by entering them for this high-profile contest. ONS presents two Innovation Awards:

The ONS Innovation Award
This award seeks to promote innovation which may have high impact on the energy system. This award is open to nominations from all sectors within the energy industry.

The ONS Innovation Award (SME category)
This award seeks to promote innovation which may have high impact on the energy system. This award is open to nominations from small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from all sectors within the energy industry.


The energy security power contest

The world order has been challenged by new imperialism and reset alliances in the global power play. How will the global community re-establish and secure the energy supply for the future?​

How are the different markets positioning while the conflict in Ukraine unfolds, post-covid and with the push for energy transition? Will the choice need to be made between energy supply and security versus climate change and sustainability? ​

Is the developing world lagging behind or taking the smart route? What will the geopolitical repositioning look like ahead?

Trust in people and leadership

The energy transition is challenging everyone and everything to change. To make the shift both consumers and industry must accelerate the shift at an un-precedented pace. In a world of increased polarization, how can trust and leadership build the industry culture and the global cooperation needed?

In this session we showcase knowledge and leadership experience built on trust as the key factor.

Deep electrification

Targets for sustainability and Net Zero can only be realized with deep electrification. Electrifying our energy system with ex. transportation, heating and cooling will provide greater energy efficiency and a substantial loss of emissions.

Today, electricity accounts for only 20 per cent of the energy demand and is often powered by fossil fuels. Battery, solar, wind and hydrogen projects are building pace, but are depending on fluctuating cycles, weather and digital security. ​

Financing the energy transition

What are the roles of the traditional oil and gas companies in the energy transition? How are resources and capital structured and allocated between historical core business and the new low-carbon and renewable growth legs? How will different strategies shape these companies for the next 10 years?

What is the role of private capital – institutional investors and private equity funds – in building an energy system adapted for net zero? How are banks and the public capital markets viewing the funding of oil and gas vs. energy transition strategies, new energy and clean tech companies?

Searching for leapfrog

The energy industry has been producing oil and gas in the same system for decades, while innovation and technologies have disrupted industries and transformed the global economy. ​

What are the new potentials in the energy system?? ​

Which technologies could disrupt the way we produce, distribute and/or consume energy? ​

What breakthrough technologies have the potential to leap us to a sustainable future?

Game changing corporate strategies

The energy transition and new technologies are transforming the global economy. Industries and corporations are adapting to a more complex set of challenges and opportunities by unconventional strategies containing more uncertainty.

How is the energy sector working to meet the changes in customer demands? What are the altitudes on the map of the new energy system and what changes are required in the supply chain?

The Net Zero

At the point when we`re looking back from a net zero world, how do we identify the main turnkeys that got us on the right track?

When did the energy transformation pass the tipping point from oil & gas to renewables?

What commitment and players were the main drivers?

Meet the innovation award finalists

Meet the NPD IOR winner

The IOR award is awarded by the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate to production licenses, companies, projects or individuals for their commitment to improved recovery.

Innovative greenfield solutions

Solid value creation from greenfield solutions is required to have support and TRUST in the society. How can we work together to make new developments cost-efficient and with a low carbon footprint?

Offshore emission reductions in the transition

This session is the first of two sessions which will address how the oil industry can achieve a reduction of offshore emission of greenhouse gases in the transition phase towards new low or zero emission energy solutions. The session will cover integrated energy systems and a range of approaches from reduced flaring via hydrogen production to underwater power stations.

Digital green transition

The industries that power the world’s economies need to transform now to make the vision of a greener, smarter second half of the 21st century a reality. Data and digital solutions will be an important factor to make the energy industry more sustainable and accelerate new business areas. In this session, the focus will be on acquisition, analysis and displaying data that will help end users with reducing their environmental footprint.

Digital solutions within drilling and well

This session will provide insight into the practical application of machine learning and artificial intelligence in drilling and wells. Everything from well performance to production.

Unlocking potential value with Subsea technology

Get to know Subsea Technology and innovation trends for reduced cost, enhanced production and reduced greenhouse gas emissions for new and existing field developments.

Innovative brownfield solutions

Solid value creation from brownfield solutions is required to have support and TRUST in the society. How can we work together to make new developments cost-efficient and with a low carbon footprint?

International Markets opening & lunch

10:00 Welcome
Sjur E. Bratland
Managing Director
Norwegian Energy Partners

10:05 Introduction
Jan Christian Vestre
Minister of Trade and Industry
Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

10:15 Equinor’s updated international corporate strategy and energy transition plan
Gustavo Baquero
SVP of International Strategy and Commercial Development
Equinor

10:35 Market forecast for offshore oil & gas
Iben Fürst Frimann-Dahl
Project Manager
Rystad Energyr

10:55 Market forecast for offshore wind
Dan Pearson
ERM Partner & RCG Head of EMEA
The Renewables Consulting Group

11:10 Panel debate on market trends

11:30 Close of Session & lunch
Buffet light lunch for delegates and hosting companies and session attendees

Invest in Pomerania: Strong winds towards Polish-Norwegian Offshore cooperation

Side Event organized by ONS Net Zero Markets Supporter Invest in Pomerania

Discussion panels about Polish-Norwegian offshore cooperation.

Poland, in particular the Pomeranian region (Gdansk area), is a location that truly stands out. Many years of shipbuilding experience, combined with excellent port infrastructure and developing modern industries offer optimal conditions for business growth.

Although Pomeranian companies have already been operating in the wind offshore supply chain, the booming industry in the Baltic Sea will additionally boost business opportunities both in terms of locating new projects and establishing collaboration between local and foreign suppliers.

The business meeting organized by Invest in Pomerania and Polish Investment and Trade Agency will feature two panel discussions with the participation of leading Polish and Norwegian companies and entities in the offshore industry:

The event is organized as part of the Offshore Northern Seas conference (ONS) during the Net Zero Markets arena.

Debate (ENG): Oslo is betting big on CCUS - what are the opportunities for business and how to achieve this? - Av IKT

How will the energy transition reshape global relations?

Young Professionals Arena - Stage 1

The Young Professionals Arena is our venue for young professionals under the age of 35. We at ONS know the importance of good professional relationships. At this conference arena you will get a chance to expand your network and learn how to use it while being introduced to conversation-starting topics. Come grab some food and drinks all included in the ticket, check out our Speedfriending station, and help build an amazing Young Professionals community - starting at ONS Young Professionals Arena.

PS: ask your employer to cover this ticket, most do 😉

The programme will highlight different perspectives towards the energy industry, society and climate with young voices and key figures in the center of the debates. The programme is dispersed over three stages.

Stage 1:
Moderator: Benedicte Middelthon, Business Advisor Start-Up and Growth, DNB

16:30-16:50
Mario Mehren, CEO, Wintershall Dea
– Are there energy jobs in 10 years?

17:20-17:40
Nadia Martin Wiggen, Partner, Pareto Securities
– What to expect from the market in the energy transition

Parallel energy realities - how to navigate them?

How will Fit for 55 and taxonomy impact Norwegian industry?

Trust in our planet`s make or break!

Future education and competence requirements

A just transition?

What are YOU willing to sacrifice for net zero?

New energy provinces - a Norwegian beauty contest?

Why reputation matters

University Day – Stage 1: What does it take to get to net-zero?

Learn how the topics of sustainability, energy, technology, and leadership relate to you. At University Day we have gathered talented speakers with valuable input to your future career choice. Meet industry leaders, inspirational speakers, and young professionals in the energy industry and academia to network and gain knowledge to shape your future. And remember, you don’t need any pre-existing knowledge to benefit from joining University Day– all students from all study areas are welcome.

The programme is held in English and is spread out over three stages. Shop what speakers you want to listen to and go from stage to stage.

This page shows the programme for Stage 1: What does it take to get to net-zero?

Moderator Stage 1: Vegard Kolnes, Communication Floating Wind, Equinor

09:50-10:10
Tom Einar Jensen, CEO, Freyr
Can batteries save the world?

10:30-10:50
Jørgen Erdal, Co-founder and CEO, Evyon, DN 30 under 30
Young entrepreneurs fighting for a sustainable future

11:10-11:30
Javad Mushtaq, Deputy CEO, EAT Foundation
Sustainability across sectors

11:50-12:10
Karoline Palmer, PhD Candidate Department of Science, BI Norwegian Business School
From natural disasters to green investments – a crash course in sustainable finance

12:30-12:50
Hanne Rygg, Head of Engineering in Offshore Marine Center, Siemens Energy
I need an end date for oil and gas production to save myself

13:10-13:30
Kim Noguera Gabrielli, CEO, UN Global Compact Norway
The Sustainable Development Goals: a status

14:10-14:30
Ane Nygard Magussen, Trainee, ABB
Energy security in the fight to save the world

14:50-15:10
Nadia Marin Wiggen, Partner, Pareto Securities
The market role in the green transition – and what the market indicates now

15:30-16:00
Ben van Beurden, CEO, Shell
What does Ben van Beurden think it takes to get us to net-zero?

Are all renewables a honkydory business?

Can we trust in future security of supply?

The talent war

Who will fund the energy sector?

Transition to a nature positive economy

Future students Days - Stage 1

High School students are invited to explore different energy and climate-related topics at ONS Young Future Students Days. Learn how the topics of sustainability, energy, technology, and leadership relate to you. Meet industry leaders, inspirational speakers, and young professionals in the energy industry and academia and gain knowledge to shape your future. After a session on one of our three stages, the students are welcomed into the ONS Young Activity and Lounge Area.
The programme is held in Norwegian.

Nøyaktig program avhenger av hvilken pulje du tilhører og hvilken scene du er tildelt. Elevene er velkomne til å utforske ONS Utstillingen før/etter sin deltakelse i ONS Young arenaen, dette er inkludert i gratisbilletten hver elev får!


Moderator: Mona Sunde, Management Assistant to SVP Drilling & Well, Equinor


Pulje 1 (08:30-10:30) – Hetland VGS

Jarand Hole, Overingeniør, NVE
– Hva er energi?

Luqman Wadood, Redaktør, Jeune
– En guide til å få fram din unge mening!

Sarah Fjørtoft Jacobsen, Prosessoperatør Offshore, Equinor
– Kan jeg jobbe offshore og bry meg om klima og miljø?


Pulje 2 (11:00-13:00) - Dalane VGS

Gina Gylver, Leder, Natur og Ungdom
- Slik kan du bli en klimaaktivist!

Luqman Wadood, Redaktør, Jeune
– En guide til å få fram din unge mening!

Sarah Fjørtoft Jacobsen, Prosessoperatør Offshore, Equinor
– Kan jeg jobbe offshore og bry meg om klima og miljø?


Pulje 3 (13:30-15:30) – St.Olav VGS

Jarand Hole, Overingeniør, NVE
– Hva er energi?

Luqman Wadood, Redaktør, Jeune
– En guide til å få fram din unge mening!

Gina Gylver, Leder, Natur og Ungdom
– Slik kan du bli en klimaaktivist!

Future students Days - Stage 1

High School students are invited to explore different energy and climate-related topics at ONS Young Future Students Days. Learn how the topics of sustainability, energy, technology, and leadership relate to you. Meet industry leaders, inspirational speakers, and young professionals in the energy industry and academia and gain knowledge to shape your future. After a session on one of our three stages, the students are welcomed into the ONS Young Activity and Lounge Area.
The programme is held in Norwegian.

Nøyaktig program avhenger av hvilken pulje du tilhører og hvilken scene du er tildelt. Elevene er velkomne til å utforske ONS Utstillingen før/etter sin deltakelse i ONS Young arenaen, dette er inkludert i gratisbilletten hver elev får!

Scene 1
Moderator: Hanne Hernes, Næringspolitisk Rådgiver, Næringsforeningen i Stavangerregionen


Pulje 1 (08:30-10:30) – Randaberg VGS

Helleik Syse, Doktorgradsstipendiat og Podcast-host, Universitetet i Stavanger
–Hva er energi?

Kristina Renberg, Rådgiver City Branding, Stavanger Kommune
– Hvordan bygge deg selv som merkevare

Daniel Christensen, Pentester, Telenor, @BobTheShopLifter på Tiktok
– Hack deg til jobb!


Pulje 2 (11:00-13:00) – Skeisvang VGS, Stavanger Katedralskole, Sandnes VGS

Helleik Syse, Doktorgradsstipendiat og Podcast-host, Universitetet i Stavanger
–Hva er energi?

Kristina Renberg, Rådgiver City Branding, Stavanger Kommune
– Hvordan bygge deg selv som merkevare

Daniel Christensen, Pentester, Telenor, @BobTheShopLifter på Tiktok
– Hack deg til jobb!


Pulje 3 (13:30-15:30) – St. Svithun VGS

Helleik Syse, Doktorgradsstipendiat og Podcast-host, Universitetet i Stavanger
–Hva er energi?

Kristina Renberg, Rådgiver City Branding, Stavanger Kommune
– Hvordan bygge deg selv som merkevare

Daniel Christensen, Pentester, Telenor, @BobTheShopLifter på Tiktok
– Hack deg til jobb!

CO2 technology for subsurface and drilling

From business model to technology within well construction and drilling for CO2 storage. The technology can also be used in traditional reservoirs.

The role of CCUS in a net zero world

“The role of CCUS in a net zero world” will highlight the role and value of carbon capture and storage in a net zero world and tell the story of the role CCUS needs to play in order to reduce CO2 emissions equivalent to reaching the goals in the Paris Agreement. The session will focus on the ambitions, goals and predictions highlighted by nations, companies and analysts, and aim to highlight the link between what is under development, what is projected, and what is needed.


Well construction technology

Technology developments within downhole and subsurface application.

How to finance CCUS

The session aims to highlight how to develop sustainable business models for CSS, and how to secure economic returns and long-term integrity, and at the same time enable fast deployment and scale-up of the industry. Key questions to be addressed will be; How can we make CCUS interesting and valuable for investors, ventures and financing institutions, and attract financing for new green projects? How can funding schemes and regulations help enable commerciality for the CCUS industry? How will green certificates, CO2 tax and circular economy affect the scaling of CCUS? And what is actually the financing needed for project development to accelerate?


Maximize value of existing hubs/infrastructure

Cooperation for a safe and sustainable development looking into the research, new technology, regulators and practical approach.

CCUS: Global projects and future markets

This session aims to highlight specific projects which will be developed in the period up to 2030, referred to by many as the  -make it or break it- period for CCUS. Projects from various regions and nationalities will be presented, with examples of CCUS development across various continents. The insight into the various projects will aim to show key differences in concept and momentum across the various regions.


Innovation across the CCUS value chain

The Innovation across the CCUS value chain session will showcase how innovation and deployment of CCUS can provide scaling, flexibility and cost reductions to adapt to future market needs. Innovations with the potential to disrupt both technological and commercial aspects across the CCUS value chain will be highlighted, as well as helping to de-risk specific elements of a project, will be in scope for this session.


Carbon dioxide removal - enabling negative emissions

The Carbon dioxide removal - enabling negative emissions session will aim to highlight the role and importance of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) in achieving global emission targets, as well as to help deployment of CCUS. Key questions that will be addressed are; What is the potential, and how can use of existing CDR methods be scaled? What is the differences and similarities between CDR and CCUS? Are there any risks that CDR methods can have unintended effects on biogeochemical cycles and the climate? Key topics in the session include DAC and BECCUS.


Innovation across the CCUS value chain

The Innovation across the CCUS value chain session will showcase how innovation and deployment of CCUS can provide scaling, flexibility and cost reductions to adapt to future market needs. Innovations with the potential to disrupt both technological and commercial aspects across the CCUS value chain will be highlighted, as well as helping to de-risk specific elements of a project, will be in scope for this session.


The role of hydrogen in the integrated energy system

The role of Hydrogen in a net zero world session will highlight the role and value hydrogen can play in order reaching the goals of the Paris Agreement. This session will focus on the ambitions, goals and predictions highlighted by nations, companies and analysts and the energy trilemma given current events and complexity of energy system dynamics (technical, economical political, and social factors).


Managing hydrogen safety risks

Managing hydrogen safety risks will highlight the importance of hydrogen safety. Take-aways from this session will be presenters view on the importance of safety in design and operation, and ideas for how to ensure fundamental license to establish new value-chains for hydrogen.


Hydrogen market potential

The session will give insights into forecasts and scenarios for demand, as well as reflections from and industrial end-user perspective. What does it take for H2 to be used by customers, seen from an end-user perspective.


Hydrogen: Projects and Innovation

The Projects & Innovation session will provide insight into concrete projects combining a mix between the major government backed projects looking at large, complex issues and smaller pilot projects including agile start up with a more experimental approach, and the importance of working together across the value chains.


The hydrogen supply chain

The hydrogen supply chain session will provide an overview of various technologies and showcase how innovation and technology deployment can provide scale, flexibility and cost reductions required to enable competitive hydrogen to a growing market. What are the gaps and challenges to enable end-to-end value chains? What are the ideas for next steps to ensure fully feasible and operative value chains going forward?


Hydrogen: Public funding and private financing

The Public funding and private financing session aims to highlight how to develop sustainable business models for Hydrogen, and how to secure economic returns and long-term integrity, and at the same time enable fast deployment and scale-up of the industry. Key topics to be addressed will be; regulatory measures, public funding mechanisms, and capex- and opex support to create a market for hydrogen. Private financial institutions and large industrial players see opportunities and are positioning themselves. To succeed we need a close cooperation within the whole value chain and with authorities that can play a key role in getting hydrogen started.


Net Zero Markets: Premiere

On the road to the net-zero society we will need a whole range of different technologies and solutions. Both renewable energy, powerful energy carriers and storage solutions such as hydrogen and batteries in addition to carbon capture and storage. Together with a whole range of energy experts, we will provide you with the best insight, roadmaps, business opportunities in different markets, both on International and European level.

We are kicking of Net Zero Markets with a Premiere on Monday afternoon Thina Margrethe Saltvedt, Chief Analyst in Nordea Bank will guide us through the Premiere where we have invited high level representatives from energy companies, industry organizations and digital solution providers to give their perspectives on how they can contribute and how to reach Net Zero. Are we doing the right things, and do we have the speed we need?


Integrated energy systems offshore

In the Integrated Energy Systems offshore session we will look at the energy transition in the ocean space. What actions are different players taking, and what are future opportunities in the European marked. We will highlight projects across industries, new business models and cooperations between companies and countries. We will give practical insight into integration of different forms of energy production, decarbonization solutions and infrastructure needed to reach net zero.


Integrated energy systems onshore

We will give practical insight into the integration of different forms of energy production, decarbonization solutions and infrastructure needed to reach net zero. We will highlight projects across industries, new business-and cooperation models. We will look into how we build and finance integrated energy systems, and what role digitalization can play in the transition.”


Green shipping

In the «Green shipping» session the goal is to give an insight into the development and implementation of zero-emission solutions in a range of different shipping segments. The session will have perspectives from operators, cargo owners, and ship owners in several segments that will discuss how the green transition in shipping can be speeded up to reach international climate goals. Hereunder, discussing possibilities and opportunities for energy suppliers developing the new supply chains for carbon free fuels.


Fuels

In the “Fuels” session, the goal is to give deeper insight into in different type of fuels; e-fuels, compressed and liquid hydrogen, green ammonia, biofuels and transport and storage. We will look at areas of usage, and what are the advantages and disadvantages for different types of fuels, all with the aim of supporting fuels technology decision making.


Subsea technology and Energy transition

Experience the industry perspectives of the value of subsea technology, and how the industry contributes to reduce the carbon footprint

Unlocking potential value with Subsea technology

Get to know Subsea Technology and innovation trends for reduced cost, enhanced production and reduced greenhouse gas emissions for new and existing field developments.

Innovative decommissioning

How can we work together to deliver safe and environmentally friendly field abandonment at a reasonable cost? What are the latest initiatives and technology developments within this area?

Offshore emission reductions in the transition

This session is the second of two sessions directed towards how the oil industry can achieve reduction of offshore emission of greenhouse gases in the transition phase towards new low or zero emission energy solutions. The session will cover a range of approaches from power transfer from shore, carbon footprint reduction solutions to carbon capture from offshore power generation.

Lower emissions from drilling and well

In this session, we will focus on how the well construction can be performed in a smarter way to reduce energy consumption and emission of greenhouse gases. Digital workflows, advanced downhole simulations, reduction of downtime, selection of rigs and vessels, monitoring and energy management are some of the topics that will be addressed.

Water management​

This session will address how water management at offshore installations can secure energy efficient operations, and at the same time contribute to lower GHG emissions. Topics addressed include how to achieve lower water production, ways to deal with produced water through re-injection and export to shore and smarter water management by the use of artificial intelligence.

Digital green transition

The industries that power the world’s economies need to transform now to make the vision of a greener, smarter second half of the 21st century a reality. Data and digital solutions will be an important factor to make the energy industry more sustainable and accelerate new business areas. In this session we will look closer at new ways to acquire data, how to use specific methods to improve the outcome and we will also look at solutions for reducing risks.

Autonomus operations

Autonomous operations have a huge potential to drive down cost and increase safety in offshore operations. However, growing use of robots, drones and other remote controlled devices also increases the potential impact of cyber attacks and sets requirements to who you can trust.

Autonomus operations

Autonomous operations have a huge potential to drive down cost and increase safety in offshore operations. However, growing use of robots, drones and other remote controlled devices also increases the potential impact of cyber attacks and sets requirements to who you can trust.

Value from data sharing

Analysts estimate that $95 billion of value can be achieved by collaboration that would involve sharing data between O&G industry peers and suppliers. For example, it can improve engineering efficiency by 20% and build costs by 15%. However, there are both technical, commercial, business model and trust based barriers. In this session we will learn about what we can do to overcome these barriers. We will hear from the operators, suppliers, technology providers and other contributors, and also get insights into some specific cases where value from data sharing has been realized.

Offshore wind based on O&G

The offshore industry has for decades been driving innovation and engineered new solutions for both existing and non-existing problems/challenges. The experience from traditional O&G companies will be a vital part of the building blocks necessary to make i.e. floating offshore wind a success. In this session, we’ll meet 6 innovative solutions ranging from products to full concepts offshore wind production. Specific solutions related to anchoring and positioning will be presented together with sensors and algorithms to optimize production and structural concepts for wind farms. All fine examples that shows how building on existing experience is contributing to the transition towards a more sustainable future.

Green energy carriers

The knowledge in the O&G industry related to process and process technology can be used to develop infrastructure and technical solutions for new plants, pipelines, distribution and other transport solutions including terminals.​ This session will showcase how experience from downstream O&G can be used to realize projects/installations for Green Energy Carriers.

Carbon capture and storage, solutions and support

CCS is more than a tool for decarbonizing oil and gas production, CCS has important emission reduction technologies that can be used within the entire energy industry.​ How can CCS support decarbonizing in industries such as iron and steel, waste incineration, cement, hydrogen production, gas power plants, ammonia and more. ​

Developing renewable energies lies at the very core of the energy transition

Developing renewable energies lies at the very core of the energy transition.​ A genuine shift is taking place, new development of technologies and solutions are crucial to support net zero goals. How can new solutions and technologies increase the share of renewable energy in the energy system.

Debate (ENG) Inclusion in the workplace – illusion or reality? - Shell

A dialogue on diversity, equity and inclusiveness in the energy industry in Norway

ONS Young Students Social

Debatt (NO): Norsk energifremtid - på tilliten løs? Av NHO, LO og ONS

Debatt rundt 3-parts samarbeidet og den norske modellen. Er vi godt nok rustet for å møte de neste 50 årene som en sterk og bærekraftig energinasjon?


- Av NHO, LO og ONS, hos Petropolen

Deltagere:
Jonas Gahr Støre, Statsminister
Erna Solberg, Leder, Høyre
Peggy Hessen Følsvik, Leder, LO
Ole Almlid, Leder, NHO
Eirin Sund, LO og Tone Grindland, NHO (moderatorer)

Debatt (NO): Sosial uro truer Europa. Hvorfor? - Av ONS

Gule vester truer Europa. Er landene rustet godt nok politisk til å takle den voksende sosiale uroen i befolkningen?

Deltagere:
Tarjei Skirbekk, Forfatter
Trygve Svensson, Daglig Leder, Agenda(moderator)

Debate (ENG): What will be electric boating’s “Man-on-Mars” moment and how do we get there? - Av Evoy

Deltager: Leif Stavøstrand, CEO & Founder, Evoy

Solar Energy - Role and development in the future energy systems

The objective of this session is to highlight the role solar energy has today and will have on the future energy mix? How flexible and complementary is solar energy in a modern energy infrastructure (grid)? We aim to fill in the knowledge gap on solar energy by providing analysis, roadmaps, show perspectives both on International and European level. Why invest in solar? We invite representatives from investors and banks to give their perspectives.

Debate (ENG): Energy Islands, Offshore Grids and Renewable Energy - by Energimetropol Esbjerg

The North Sea is the perfect place to lead the way in scaling up the offshore capacity quickly. The development will consist of multiple connected offshore energy islands, offshore wind production at massive scale as well as electricity and green hydrogen interconnectors. What possibilities could this bring for the offshore industry?

Sign up for the event here: https://investindk.com/events/ons-event-energy-islands-offshore-grids-and-renewable-energy

Programme:

18:00 - Introduction by moderator

Karianne Kojen Andersen, Innovation Manager, GCE Ocean Technology

18:05 - Welcome by host - World Energy Cities Partnership

Jesper Frost Rasmussen, the Mayor of Esbjerg, the Energy Metropolis of Denmark

18:10 - Planning grids at Sea
Håkon Borgen, Konserndirektør Utvikling hav, Statnett SF

18:20 - From fossil fuels to offshore wind and hydrogen
Hugo Buis, VP Offshore Power EMEA, Shell

18:25 - Energy islands as new business opportunity
Leif Winther, Director CE Market Development, Ørsted

18:30 - Renewable Energy in the North Sea
Øyvind Rusaanes, Leder for forretningsutvikling havvind Norge, Equinor

18:35 - Q&A

18:55 - Round off by host
Jesper Frost Rasmussen, the Mayor of Esbjerg, the Energy Metropolis of Denmark

19:00 - Networking reception

Live podcast (ENG): Committed to the energy transition, Klimaoptimistene - by SKIFT

Participants:
Jens Ulltveit-Moe, Chair Umoe
Erik Solheim, Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme

Debate (ENG): The talent war - How do you mix both academic and vocational education to close the job gap within digital and energy? - Av IKT

Solar Energy: International ambitions and markets seen from the industry

In this session we want to focus on international ambitions and markets for Solar Energy seen from the industry. We invite industry players to present how they see different markets for Solar Energy: the Nordics, Europe, International, emerging and more mature markets. What is the potential of export of technology and services to the different markets?

Debatt (NO): Energinæringens kamp om talentene - Av ONS

Energibransjen er i stor endring og kampen om talenter og ny fagkompetanse er større enn noen gang. Hvordan sikrer vi kompetanseoverføring på tvers av energisektoren, og i et riktig tempo? Hva gjør akademia og forskningsinstitusjonene for å henge med i skiftet? Hvordan skjerper selskapene konkurransen for å sikre seg talentene? Og, hvilke kriterier ser nyutdannede og etablerte arbeidstakere etter når de skal inn i ny jobb.


Deltagere:
Aksel Stenerud, EVP People & Resources, Equinor
Tone Ringstad, CEO&Partner, Culture Intelligence
Fredrik Syversen, Næringsdirektør, IKT Norge (moderator)

Debatt (ENG): Academic Stand-Up - by ONS

1 scientist
1 scene
1 microphone
What`s on with the best and brightest in the academic sphere of the Stavanger region, with relevance to energy?

In turn, different researchers will present their research on topics such as:
- Tanner nerve control
- The effect of meat consumption on greenhouse gas emissions
- How to reduce CO2 emissions in the concrete industry

Participants:
Dora Simon, UIS: To Beef or Not To Beef: Trade, Meat, and the Environment

Mahmoud Khalifeh, UIS: Cement & Global Warming – Geopolymers as Possible Solution

Siddharth Sareen, UIS: Tanner nerve control

Dora Marin and Tina Puntervold UiS): Subsurface utilization for energy transition

Alejandro Escalona Varela, Head of the new National Centre for Sustainable Subsurface Utilization of the Norwegian Continental Shelf NCS2030 (moderator)

Premiere (NO): Premiere på LUNCH TV-serie, intervju med Børge Lund og boksignering

Eksklusiv premiere på den nye LUNCH TV-serien som kommer på TV2, intervju med Børge Lund, og boklansering av \"Endringsglede\" og første internasjonale LUNCH-bok: Business in Norway!

Solar Energy - relevant for Norway and the Nordics?

In this session we want to highlight the potential and role of Solar Energy as part of the energy mix in the Nordic countries. How can we make people “Trust” in Solar in Norway/Nordics? We will showcase Solar Energy projects in the Nordics: Offgrid and Micro grid solution, buildings with integrated solar energy etc. How to achieve coexistence and public acceptance? We will show benefits of how solar and agriculture can work together. Regarding government/ policy: How can we work with governments to reach the goals (or further). We will focus on incentives and on the regulatory side of solar energy. What are the regulatory issues solar energy is facing in the Nordics?

Solar Energy - R&D and new technologies

In this session, we will highlight the need for new technology within Solar Energy and how cooperation between companies/research institutes, universities, etc can contribute. We want to showcase new technologies within floating solar (offshore/ hydropower), utility scale, energy storage, and control, BIPV, and Silisium/wafers.

The role of digital solutions; how can we use digitalization and drones to optimize surveillance and inspection?

Debatt (NO): Energi for fremtiden - hvorfor, hva og hvordan - KS

Som eier av 55 prosent av produksjonskapasiteten for vannkraft, eier av lokale og regionale kraftnett, storforbruker av energi med en bygningsmasse på 30 millioner kvadratmeter, og som plan- og bygningsmyndighet, er kommunesektoren en sentral energiaktør. Derfor er også ONS en relevant arena for kommuner og fylkeskommuner, og for KS.

KS, i samarbeid med Stavangerregionen Havn IKS, inviterer til debatt og hyggelig samvær i tilknytning til ONS 2022 rundt temaet energi


Deltagere:
Odd Stangeland, Styreleder KS
Helge Eide, Områdedirektør
Sigmund Lier, Ordfører Tysvær
Kjetil Slettebø, Ordfører Bjerkreim
Andreas Vollsund, Ordfører Time

Debatt (NO): Stanser nye regler for bærekraftskommunikasjon oljebransjen fra å kommunisere grønn omstilling? - Kruse Larsen

Nå skjerpes kravene til bærekraftskommunikasjon. Hva sier de nye reglene fra EU – og hvordan vil de påvirke oljenæringen i Norge? Hva må man tenke på når man kommuniserer om grønn omstilling i oljenæringen? Er det i det hele tatt mulig å for oljenæringen å kommunisere grønn omstilling?

Deltagere:
Hilde Røed, Bærekraftsdirektør, Equinor
Benedicte Solaas, Direktør klima og miljø, Offshore Norge
Peter Schwarz, Kommunikasjonsdirektør, Wintershall DEA

Debatt (NO): Fra olje og gass til fornybart - er leverandørindustrien en del av løsningen? - Av NHO, LO og ONS

Er det vi kan det vi trenger? Hvilken kunnskap og erfaringer sitter leverandørindustrien med?
Og hvilke muligheter og barrierer finnes for at leverandørindustrien skal være en del av løsningen?

Deltagere:
Bjørn Sæbø, Rogalands Avis
Monica Bjørkmann, Subsea 7
Ståle Kyllingstad, IKM
Nikolai Astrup, Høyre
Frode Alfheim, Industri Energi
Eirin Sund, Regionsleder, LO (Moderator)

Building a supply and logistic chain for Solar Energy​ in the Nordics and Europe

In this session we would like to focus on the supply chain for solar energy. From a supply chain with mainly Asian players - what are the possibilities for making a European supply chain for solar energy? What is the status in Europe today and how will it be in the future? What are the perspectives for Norway and the Nordics in this picture – bottlenecks and opportunities?

How to provide trust in the supply chain for developers, regulators and not least the financial market? Representatives from the whole supply and logistics chain will share their perspectives.

Debatt (NO): Tech Vision 2022 - av Accenture

Meet me in the metaverse is the theme of the Technology Vision 2022 from Accenture. We believe this is the next generation of the internet and a new wave of digital transformation far greater than what we’ve seen to date. It’s reshaping the way we all live and work. Join us to learn more on what to expect and how to actively take part in shaping this future that impacts all businesses and individuals - we might also have an opportunity for you to join us in the metaverse with on-site VR.

Debatt (NO): Petropolen

De som står bak Petropolen er: Kristiansund kommune, Kristiansund og Nordmøre Næringsforum, Møre og Romsdal fylkeskommune og NPF avd. Møre og Romsdal.

Offshore Wind in the global energy mix

This session serves as a basis of further discussions about the future of the offshore wind industry throughout the next two days. We would like to discuss the development of offshore wind as a potential major generating source in the global energy mix. We will seek to answer the questions; What is the growth perspective? In which regions will we see developments at which speeds? Are we able to speed up deployment further? What are the challenges ahead and how can we overcome them?

Debatt (NO): Energikampen - Aksello

Debatt (NO): The secret to successful B2B innovation - Av EGGS Design

Welcome to an evening with EGGS Design!

Design-driven innovation helps multi-disciplinary teams unleash their creative potential, all while turning strategic ambition into commercial, sustainable, and desirable products and services. How do you do this in a B2B context?

At this event, Paal Holter, CXO of EGGS Design, will share his experience working with design-driven innovation in heavy industries and with professional users. You will also get insight into concrete and inspirational examples of successful innovation projects and processes from the energy industry.
Finally, we will finish off with an informal panel discussion where we look forward to a dialogue with you in the audience about innovation in the energy sector.

Paal is one of Norway’s most experienced designers for digital systems. He is a future thinker and design thinker, and you can often find him poking both clients and collegues with new perspectives on design-driven innovation; “Unleash the potential value by making systems and interfaces smarter, more efficient, more unified and people friendly. A holistic approach to merge available tech and data with business- and user goals - simply makes sense”!

Debate (ENG): Corporate strategies for innovation and change - By ONS

In a time with disturbances in Europe, the industry is trying to adapt to a renewable future with new strategies towards climate goals, environment, security, investments and revenue. What is happening in board rooms these days?

Participants:
Thorhild Widwey, Board member, Statkraft
Helge Aasen, CEO, Elkem
Ståle Kyllingstad, IKM (moderator)

Offshore Wind: European ambitions and market

In this session we aim to present Europe’s ambitions for offshore wind to 2030 and 2050. We will be joined by senior representatives from Government and industry from the Netherlands, UK, Germany, France, and Poland to discuss the potential and challenges of their respective markets. And the key enablers for the accelerated deployment of offshore wind to help meet Europe’s energy security and decarbonization objectives.

Debate (ENG): How to become a data-driven organization? - By Accenture, AkerBP and Cognite

Many energy companies have only been able to use a fraction of the data they generate and own. To handle a high volume and variety of data from many disparate sources, a modern data foundation can help overcome common barriers to value, which may include data accessibility and trustworthiness. How to then become a data-driven organization and unleash its potential? The key factors are in having the appropriate culture, talent, processes, and technology elements. Join us to find out more and listen to some insightful case examples.

Debatt (NO): Fjernstyring av sikkerhet. Integrerte operasjoner på sokkelen - Av SAFE

Live podcast (ENG): Re-building global collaborations - Klimaoptimistene by SKIFT

Participants:
Jens Ulltveit-Moe, Chair, UMOE
Erik Solheim, Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme

Offshore Wind: Norwegian projects

In this session we aim to present Norway’s ambitions within offshore wind: What is the status in the ongoing licensing rounds and the long-term goals of the Norwegian government? What role will Offshore Wind have in the energy transition for Norway? We will also look into what is needed in terms of grid development and the experiences of offshore wind in Norway so far. Offshore Wind developers will present opportunities they see for Norway and the Norwegian supply chain.

Debatt(NO): Står oljepolitikken i veien for grønn industriutvikling? - Av Manifest

Ingeniøren har bare en arbeidsdag i døgnet. Hvordan kan vi da gjøre et kjempeløft for grønn industri samtidig som vi holder høyt tempo i oljenæringen? Kan nedbremsing av olje & gass bli en industripolitisk kampsak?

Deltagere:
Ane Breivik, Venstre
Magnus Marsdal, Manifest (moderator)

Debatt (NO): Er den norske energibransjen en del av klimaløsningen? - Av NHO, LO og ONS

Er det her endringene kommer til å skje? Er det oljekunnskap som hjelper oss i det grønne skiftet? Faller Norge utenfor når EU beveger seg i en grønnere retning. De unge talentene må delta i å finne løsningene som faktisk virker.

Deltagere:
Anna Nikoline Bang, Shell
Simen Velle, Formann, Fpu
Synnøve Kroenen Snyen, Leder, SU
Ola Svenneby, Leder, Unge Høyre
Gaute Børstad Skjervø, AUF
Ingvild Meland, Nysnø (moderator)

Debatt (NO): Tech Vision 2022 - av Accenture

Meet me in the metaverse is the theme of the Technology Vision 2022 from Accenture. We believe this is the next generation of the internet and a new wave of digital transformation far greater than what we’ve seen to date. It’s reshaping the way we all live and work. Join us to learn more on what to expect and how to actively take part in shaping this future that impacts all businesses and individuals - we might also have an opportunity for you to join us in the metaverse with on-site VR.

From oil and gas to Offshore Wind - does and dont`s

This session will describe the journey for the Oil and Gas companies to Offshore Wind. What are the synergies between the two industries? What can you bring from one industry to the other and what needs to be adapted? Companies which have embarked on this journey will share their experiences.

Debate (ENG): The launching of Saga Connect - By Fjord Base Holding

Debate (ENG): How will the energy future be financed? - by ONS

Who will finance net zero? What are the most important pressure points between banking and the energyindustry? Bull or bearish for longterm investments?
What makes investments in Norway interesting globally? What is the future of integrated energycompanies?

Participants:
Kyrre Knudsen, SR Bank
Nadia Wiggen, Pareto
Harald F Lund, Cicero Shades of Green
Guro Skjæveland, Nysnø (moderator)

Research and innovation - the next steps for Offshore Wind

Research and Innovation is needed to drive the Offshore Wind industry forward. In this session we will showcase new technologies, R&D projects, cooperation between companies, universities and research institutes driving innovation forward within offshore wind. What is the role of digitalization? Some companies will show their latest technology developments.

Debatt (NO): Petropolen

De som står bak Petropolen er: Kristiansund kommune, Kristiansund og Nordmøre Næringsforum, Møre og Romsdal fylkeskommune og NPF avd. Møre og Romsdal. Ståle Kyllingstad, IKM Gruppen medvirker i samtale

Debatt (NO): Hvordan kan landets energiklynger bidra til å øke tempoet i energiomstillingen? - Stavanger Business Region / NES

Debattdeltagere:
Iselin Nybø, Venstre
Hadia Tajik, AP
Tina Bru, Høyre
Tor Arnesen, Chair, ONS Foundation (moderator)

Forfriskninger vil bli servert.

Velkommen!

Run for fun!

A family- friendly roadrace from Vikinghallen to ONS+ downtown Stavanger, 4km. Run for fun or walk and talk with your colleagues, friends or family.

18:00 Warm up in Vikinghallen by Sats
18:15 Race starts
19:30 Finished

Entertainment in the finishing area from the main stage downtown. Both entertainment and food included in the ticket NOK 230/ pp, children 5yrs and younger for free.
Entertainment from Blåsemafian and other artists
Kjartan Salvesen will be the host

Sign up today at: leder@ilskjalg.no

ONS Concert: Support: TØFL

ONS Concert: Highasakite

Velkommen til konsert på torget!

Building a supply and logistics chain for Offshore Wind

The session will give the audience an overview of how the present landscape is for supply chain and logistics and the main challenges of developing a global supply chain. The challenges are very different in nature and interlinked to other sectors too. Panels will discuss and engage the audience both in mapping and analysing these challenges and not the least in discussing possible solutions and way ahead for the offshore wind power industry.

Fireworks

Offshore Wind: A North Sea grid

The development of a North Sea grid is a prerequisite for developing large-scale Offshore Wind in Europe. This session will focus on the need for co-operation between generators, grid operators and public authorities, technical compatibility and cooperation across borders on regulatory and policy frameworks in order to create a North Sea Grid fit for offshore energy activities in the future. We have invited European TSOs to present and discuss their projects and perspectives.

Offshore Wind: Coexistence in the ocean space

In this session we will look into how Offshore Wind can coexist with other maritime industries and stakeholders in the Ocean Space. What are experiences of coexistence of the developers? What do we know about impact on marine life from Offshore Wind activities? We will also highlight experiences from other countries that we in Norway can learn from when considering opening new areas to Offshore Wind activities.

Floating Wind

In this session we will focus on how we can succeed with Floating Wind. How do we create a sustainable supply chain for Floating wind? What are the opportunities and possible bottlenecks? We will look into some of the technologies that are being developed. Companies along the value chain will present their perspectives.

Battery’s role in the electrification of the society​

The objective of this session is to highlight the role of batteries in the energy transition. What is the use of batteries today and what will we see in the future? We will provide analysis roadmaps and perspectives. In which sectors will batteries be used? We will focus on Mobility and ESS – Energy Storage Systems and showcase examples from the transport sector. What will the future of stationary storage be? How to succeed with large role out and implementation of EV charging infrastructure? And how can storage support the massive roll out of renewable energies?

Battery/ Energy Storage: International ambitions and market​

In this session we want to focus on international ambitions and markets for batteries and energy storage. We will present Europe’s (EU) ambitions regarding own battery production: timeline (2030, 2050) and ambitions to build a sustainable battery value chain for batteries in Europe. We will give an overview of planned battery projects in Europe. We will also look into how industry actors see the overall Energy Storage Market develop in Europe, Asia and US.

Building a value and supply chain for batteries in the Nordics?​

The objective of this session is to explore the possibilities of building a value and supply chain for batteries within the Nordic countries. Green batteries - what competitive advantages might the Nordic countries have in terms of sustainability with production of batteries with access to clean energy, raw materials etc. The Nordic battery belt - how do we develop more collaboration within Nordic countries and what cooperation is already ongoing? We want to focus on the full life cycle for batteries: From raw materials, production/fabrication, infrastructure, usage, second life, and recycling. What is the status, needs, and bottlenecks?

Research and Innovation – the next generation of batteries​

In this session, we will focus on the development of battery technology and how cooperation between companies/research institutes, universities etc can contribute. How do we link battery research and industry? We will look into the next generation of batteries: research on materials, fabrication, logistics/infrastructure etc. We will also look at R&D perspective for battery, energy, and grid storage: new anode materials, and testing of cells. How can digital research make the battery industry more sustainable?

Batteries in the ocean space

70 % of the maritime industry can be electrified. In this session we will show the uses and advantages of batteries in the maritime industries. We want to bring forward the user experience from different users of batteries in marine applications; batteries in vessels, cranes offshore, aqua culture etc Norway has been at the forefront of developing batteries for the maritime sector – what are the possibilities and advantages for export?

Premiere/opening

The official opening of the ONS Scale-ups arena.

ONS Scale-ups: DNB & Start-up lab

Scale-Ups Afternoon Session

Scale-Ups: Entrepreneur Talk

Scale-Ups: Noon Session

Lunch Social Club

Scale-Ups: Afternoon Session

Scale-Ups: Entrepreneur Talk

Scale-Ups: Noon Session

Lunch Social Club

Scale-ups: Afternoon Session

Amazon We Services - ONS Scale-Ups

Scale-Ups programme TBA

Lunch Social Club

Standards Norway, IOGP and ISO: Standardization Session

Standardization accelerates value creation in the Oil and Gas Sector – Energy transition

Organized by Standards Norway, IOGP and ISO.

The oil and gas sector and the energy transition require safe, reliable, cost-effective and sustainable facilities and operations. The accelerated use of international standards will be essential for achieving business objectives and showing environmental stewardship to secure and maintain lower carbon energy supply.

The objective of the ONS standardization session is for the key global and national stakeholders to inform and discuss about ongoing industry collaborations and new standardization activities being undertaken. The invited key speakers and panelists include management from the international standards development organization ISO/TC67 and Standards Norway, industry stakeholders like IOGP executives, major operators and engineering contractor & suppliers, and regulator Petroleum Safety Agency (PSA).

Session chair: Runar Østebø, Equinor, Advisor and ISO/TC67/WG4 convenor
Session co-chair: Roar Heum, Standards Norway, Business Manager Petroleum


Programme
1515 - 1700 ONS 2022 – Standardization session, Tuesday 30 August 2022
15:15 Welcome address – Jacob Mehus, CEO Standards Norway

PART 1 – Management of standards development and use – Simplifying, minimising and harmonising

15:20 Opening speech – ISO/TC67 Standards committee
– Philip Smedley, BP Exploration, Advisor Structural Engineering, ISO/TC67 Standards Committee Chair and Françoise van den Brink, NEN, ISO/TC67 Standards Committee Manager

15:30-16:00 Industry keynote speeches – International Oil and Gas Producers (IOGP)

15:30 Progress in Climate Cooperation and Standardization despite the Covid Crisis and oil price volatility – an Operators perspective from IOGP
– Richard Mortimer, BP, VP Engineering, Chairman IOGP Standards Committee and JIP33

15:35 Standardization of Procurement Equipment Specifications: A Foundational Step Change in Facility Cost and Schedule Reduction
– Adri Postema, IOGP, Director JIP33

15:50 IOGP JIP35: The industry joining forces to reduce and align offshore structures specifications.
– Oddgeir Dalane, Equinor, Manager Technology Management and IOGP Offshore Structure subcommittee chair


PART 2 – Business potential of standards – Digitalization and cost management

16:00 READI JIP – Shaping the future of digital requirements and information flow in the oil and gas value chain
– Paal Frode Larsen, Equinor, Project manager, and READI JIP Steering committee chair and Erik Østby, DNV, Vice President and READI JIP Project manager

16:15 Value Creation by use of the ISO 15663 Life Cycle Costing Standard
– Runar Østebø, Equinor, Advisor and ISO 15663 Project leader, Endre Willmann, Willmann Engineering, Manager and ISO 15663 Technical editor, Eduardo Montalvao, Petrobras, Project coordinator, Brazilian ISO/TC67/WG4/PG4 expert member, and Karl Woods, Woodside, Senior subsea reliability engineer, Australian ISO/TC67/WG4/PG4 expert member


PART 3 Stakeholder panel session – Operators, Contractors, Standards Developers and Regulators
– Session chair Runar Østebø, ISO/TC67/WG4 convenor and Session co-chair Phil Smedley, ISO/TC67 Standards Committee Chair

16:30 Panelists:
– Françoise van den Brink, NEN, ISO/TC67 Standards Committee Manager
– Richard Mortimer, BP, Vice President Engineering and Chairman IOGP Standards Committee and JIP33
– Per-Arne Røstadsand, Equinor, External Standards Manager and Chair Sectorial Board Petroleum Standards Norway
– Sigve Knudsen, Director of legal and regulatory affairs, Petroleum Safety Authority Norway
– Rolf Werner Erichsen, Vice President Project Resources & Methods-Engineering-Norway, Aker Solutions

16:55 Concluding remarks
– Phil Smedley, ISO/TC67 Standards Committee Chairman

17:00 Adjourn

Accenture og HUB Ocean (NO)

Debate (ENG): Role of venture capital in the energy transition- by ArcTern Ventures, Energy Impact Partners and Nysnø Climate Investments

ONS 2022 attracts global decision makers committed to the energy transition. What role do investors have in driving technology development and innovation for a sustainable energy future

We welcome you to the event Role of venture capital in the energy transition to connect with other industry professionals and get inspired by talks from Tom Rand and Siri Kalvig on how we can accelerate the energy transition through climate investments. Silje Gronning, Energy Impact Partners, will lead the dialogue.

• Date: Tuesday August 30

• Time: 17.30 - 18.30

• Location: Gnu Bar, Nedre Strandgate 23, Stavanger

Tom Rand - Founding Partner, ArcTern Ventures Entrepreneur, venture capitalist, author and speaker who has written several books addressing how to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy. https://www.tomrand.net/

Siri Kalvig - CEO, Nysnø Climate Investments
Founder of several companies and active investor in climate technology. Holds a PhD in offshore wind technology and has previously headed the research network for clean energy at University of Stavanger.

Sign up for the event here: https://forms.office.com/r/4QPC2b4zGe
The event is hosted by ArcTern Ventures, Energy Impact Partners and Nysnø Climate Investments.

We hope to see you there!

Exhibition open

Exhibition open

Exhibition

Exhibition

Exhibition

Critical minerals for the green energy transition

Working trends post Covid

Impact adress - Monday

Formue: Nye rammebetingelser for bærekraft - mulighet eller trussel?

Formue - Conference Supporter på ONS 2022


Ta grep!

Oppnå konkurransefordeler fram mot det grønne skiftet -

Formue har gleden av å invitere til foredrag og paneldebatt med spennende gjester. Er det grønne skiftet og taksonomien i leverandørindustrien en mulighet eller en trussel for deg som bedriftseier? Hva er konsekvensene og hvilke tilpasninger må gjøres?



Kl. 11.30: Lunsj

Kl. 12.00: Velkommen og innledning v/ Normann Oftedal, leder Formue Rogaland

Kl. 12.05: Bevare & utvikle verdier under transisjonen v/ Fredrik Lie Nilsen, Deputy CIO
Hvordan bygger Formue inn og hensyntar transisjonsrisiko og -muligheter i investeringer?

Kl. 12.20: Bærekraft og taksonomi v/ Fridtjof Wergeland, Formue Sustainable Ownership
Hvordan blir ditt selskap påvirket av reguleringer og bærekraftsagendaen - hva må du være forberedt på og hva kan du gjøre i dag?

Kl. 12.35: Nordic Steel AS, «Norges grønneste og mest fremtidsrettede stålsenter» v/ Børre Lobekk, CEO Nordic Steel Group
Hvordan har Nordic Steel fremtidsrettet virksomheten til transisjonen?

Kl. 12.55: SR Bank Forretningspartner AS v/ Thor Christian Haugland
Hva betyr taksonomien for tilgangen til og prisen på kapital? Hvilken rådgivning trenger du på dette som eier i leverandørindustrien?

Kl. 13.15: DHT Corporate AS v/ Lars Saunes
Hva er leverandørindustriens utsikter? Hva betyr dette for fremtidig verdi av din bedrift? Hva gjør du som eier fremover?

Kl. 13.35: Paneldebatt og Q&A



Velkommen!

Young Innovation Camp


Middle school students are invited in collaboration with Ung Entreprenørskap Rogaland to make their mark on ONS 2022 during Young Innovation Camp. The pupils will work in groups on a solution to a given problem based on the ONS 2022 Main Theme TRUST and present their idea. A jury of engaged participants from partner companies and ONS Young will select the groups with the best solution, and prizes will be handed out.

TechnipFMC – Come deep dive with us! Deep Purple Pilot Project

TechnipFMC has since 2016 developed offshore integrated wind and hydrogen solutions for large-scale hydrogen production and complete off-grid energy solutions as part of our Deep Purple program.

Through the Deep Purple Pilot project consortium we collaborate with industry partners to further qualify the Deep Purple system, building and operating a scaled version of the system.

Join us for an introduction to Deep Purple and the Deep Purple pilot project where we together with consortium partner Repsol discuss the value of collaboration and knowledge sharing for innovation success.

Repsol (TBA) & TechnipFMC (Terje Løver)

TechnipFMC – Come deep dive with us! Riserless Light Well Intervention & Coil Tubing

In a continuous effort to reduce intervention cost per well and minimize the environmental footprint, we have been working for years to move well intervention activities from rigs to vessels.

But a gap still exists for riserless intervention services compared to riser-based activities, and this gap is the ability to deploy Coiled Tubing inside live wells without the use of a riser.

Once enabled, Riserless Coiled Tubing Intervention will significantly increase the capabilities of riserless intervention vessels, and will open new doors towards cost-effective well intervention, both for Production Enhancement and for Plug and Abandonment activities.

TechnipFMC (Bjarne Neumann)

TechnipFMC – Come deep dive with us! Subsea Technology for sustainable extraction of sea bed minerals

The need for minerals critical to the green transition is increasing substantially and the way forward is fully dependent on them. Large reserves are available under water, for example 96% of the world’s remaining cobalt. Subsea mining will play a key role but the extraction must be done sustainably. That won’t happen without knowledge from the oil and gas industry. Norway can lead that drive and even become a dominant technology player and operator in marine minerals.

Come hear from those with decades of experience how this can be done.

LOKE (Tore Halvorsen) & TechnipFMC (Tim Crome)

TechnipFMC – Come deep dive with us! Dynamic Power Cable for Offshore Wind

Dr Alan Dobson, Senior Manager Research and Technology, will provide an overview of the challenges associated with recovering power from highly dynamic Floating Offshore Wind developments. With a focus on improved cable reliability the presentation will cover power cable design and cable materials being developed to address critical failure modes within dynamic power cable systems.

TechnipFMC (Alan Dobson)

Brazil Market session

Session Chair: Ms. Gunn Vik

13:00 Welcome and introduction
Gunn Vik, Director Hydropower, Solar, Brazil and Shipyards Korea, NORWEP

13:05 Opening
Marianne Fosland, Royal Norwegian Consul General in Rio de Janeiro

13:10 Looking ahead: how does recent economic reforms impact the Brazilian O&G industry?
Carlos Da Costa, Deputy Minister and Chief of Ministry of Economy’s Office at Washington, USA

13:30 The Brazilian O&G future in line with energy transition.
Heloísa Esteves, Director of Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels studies, Energy Research Office - EPE

13:50 Developing a competitive and sustainable O&G industry in Brazil. What is missing?
Fernanda Delgado, Corporate Executive Director, Brazilian Petroleum and Gas Institute, IBP

14:10 Brazil – world biggest offshore market: Measures to keep production growing in medium and long term
Rodolfo Henrique de Saboia, Director General, National Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels Agency, ANP

14:30 Networking break

14:50 From O&G to renewables, the supply chain as an enabler for competitiveness
Rafael Tristão, Procurement and Contracting Director, Equinor Brazil

15:10 Petrobras sustainability strategy in the oil and gas sector
Rafael Chaves, Chief Sustainability & Institutional Relations Officer, Petrobras

15:30 Creating Value in Mature Fields
Francisco Francilmar, COO, PRIO

15:50 Atlanta Field Development and nearby Oliva opportunities and challenges
Decio Oddone, CEO, ENAUTA
Carlos Mastrangelo, COO, ENAUTA

16:10 Hub Gasines and SolarES: Opportunities for Norwegian industry engagement
Marcio Felix, CEO, EnP Energy Platform

16:30 Close of session

Offshore wind workshop: Poland & Baltics

Chair: Ewa Kwast, NORWEP

13:00 – 13:05 Opening

13:05 - 13:15 Offshore Wind and Energy Independence
Anders Ystad, Global Wind Energy Council, Equinor

13:15 - 14:00 Plenary Session: Development of the Offshore Wind Sector in the Baltic Region.
Focus on the regulatory framework and investment prospects.
Panelists from Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Representatives of the relevant ministries and national wind energy associations
Moderator: Jørgen Brandt Theodorsen, NORWEP

Invited panellists:
• Janusz Gajowiecki, Polish Wind Energy Assoc.
• Daiva Garbaliauskaite Deputy Minister of Energy of Lithuania – awaiting confirmation
• Anna Łukaszewska-Trzeciakowska,Undersecretary of State, Polish Ministry of Climate and Environment TBC
• Toms Naburgs, Latvian Wind Energy Assoc.
• Dmitrijs Skoruks, Head of Department of Sustainable Energy Policy, Ministry of Economics of Latvia
• Timo Tatar, Deputy Secretary General for Energy and Mineral Resources, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications of Estonia

14:00 - 14:15 Networking break

14:15 - 15:15 Poland Session: The Development of Offshore Wind Farm Projects in Poland
Speakers representing OW Project Owners in Poland.
Moderator: Ewa Kwast
Invited speakers:
• Michal Kołodziejczyk, Equinor
• Representative of PKN Orlen TBC
• Grzegorz Wysocki – PGE Baltica
• Pål Coldevin, RWE
• Holger Matthiesen - Aker Offshore Wind
• Mikołaj Trunin, Invest in Pomerania

15:15 - 15:45 Networking break

15:45 - 16:45 Baltic Countries Session: Invitation to the New OW Markets in the Baltic Sea
Presentations of OW projects under development in the Baltic countries
• Toms Naburgs, Sunly Latvia
• Viktor Laurmaa, Port of Tallin, Estonia
• A representative from Lithuania TBC

Panel debate focused on investment and early stage OW project development
Participants: the speakers above and:
• Lauri Ulm, Enefit Green
• Paul Coldevin, RWE
• Julia Pali, PKN Orlen TBC

16:45 – 17:00 Q&A and close of Session – Jørgen Brandt Theodorsen

CCS market session

13:30 Welcome and introduction
Eirik Melaaen, Norwegian Energy Partners

13:35 Introduction
Axel Engh, Deputy Director General, Ministry of Petroleum & Energy

13:40 CCUS strategy and cluster activities in Poland
Pawel Gladysz, Project Manager, CCUS.pl Project, AGH University of Science and Technology

13:55 Antwerp@C
Frederik Pieters, Staff site management BASF Antwerp, Port of Antwerp

14:10 Joint Industry Project to Miniaturize Testing Technology for CCUS
Stuart Kinnear, Co-Founder and CEO, Interface Fluidics

14:25 CCS at Petrobras: future prospects
Pedro Brancante, Head of External Affairs, Petrobras

14:40 Networking break

14:55 Carbon Storage in Liverpool Bay – Repurposing Hydrocarbon assets
Martin Currie, Energy Transition Manager, ENI UK

15:10 TBA
Dmitry Kosyak, Woodside

15:25 CCS developments in the Netherlands
Eric Kreft, Deputy Program Manager CCUS, Energie Beheer Nederland (EBN)

15:40 TBA
Alison Heathcote, Supply Chain Manager – Energy Transition, Harbour Energy UK

15:55 CCS infrastructure project for North-Western Europe under development by Fluxys and Equinor
Greta Tveit, SVP Low Carbon Solutions, Equinor/Fluxys

16:10 CO2 Transport and Storage technical challenges
Gregoire Charbol, CCS Lead, TotalEnergies

16:25 Close of session

Guyana, Suriname, India & Saudi Arabia market session

Offshore wind client workshops - Shell

Brazil seminar

USA seminar

Belgium/Netherlands seminar

Floating seminar

West Africa market session

Hydrogen market session

13:30 Welcome and introduction
Eirik Melaaen, Director, Norwegian Energy Partners

13:35 Opening
Anne-Mette Hilmen, Deputy Director General, Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

13:40 Making a viable Hydrogen Strategy under economic and regulatory pressure
Dominika Niewierska, New Business Streams Development Department Manager
Anna Filipowicz, Project Manager, PKN Orlen SA

13:55 TBA
Sławomir Sieradzki, Director International Relations Division, GAZ-SYSTEM S.A.

14:10 AquaVentus – Setting the path to offshore hydrogen at scale with AquaPrimus
Martin Dörnhöfer, Director Offshore Development Floating, Hydrogen and Development Optimization, RWE

14:25 Joint VNG AG and Equinor project for production of low-carbon hydrogen on the Baltic Sea coast
Frida Eklöf Monstad, Project Manager, Equinor/VNG AG

14:40 Networking break

14:55 TBA
Datu Sharbini Suhaili, Group Chief Executive Officer, Sarawak Energy Berhad

15:10 TBA
Fernanda Delgado, Corporate Executive Director, IBP (Brazilian Institute of Oil, gas and Biofuels) IBP

15:25 TBA
Mauro Andrade, Business Development Executive, PRUMO/Porto do Açu

15:40 Hydrogen perspectives in Brazil and the Brazilian energy planning
Heloisa Esteves, Director of Oil, Natural gas and Biofuels studies, EPE (Empresa de Pesquisa Energética)

15:55 Hydrogen production methods; Comparing Relative Advantages of Green, Blue and Clear
Grant Strem, CEO Proton Technologies, Proton Energy

16:10 Research trends on hydrogen production platform development and offshore hydrogen supply chain in Korea
SeongJong Han, Director, Principal Engineer, KRISO

16:25 Close of session

Offshore wind workshop - Iberdrola/Scottish Power

Offshore wind client workshop - CIP

Offshore wind client workshop - RTE

Offshore wind client workshop - EDF

Offshore wind client workshop - GE

Offshore wind workshop - Northland Power

Offshore wind workshop - Ørsted

Australia-Malaysia market session

12:30: Registration & Coffee

13:00: Malaysia Introduction - Per Hagen, Regional Director, Norwegian Energy Partners

13:10: Malaysian Upstream Activities - Mr Chen Kah Seong, Vice President, Center of Excellence, Upstream PETRONAS

13:40: Australia Introduction - Tore Moe, Regional Director, Norwegian Energy Partners

13:50: Australia Opening - Kerin Ayyalaraju, Ambassador to Norway, Australian Embassy

14:00: WA Energy Sector Overview - Rebecca Brown, Director General, West Australian Government, Dep of JTSI

14:15: BREAK

14:35: Projects and Technology Focus - TBA, Woodside Energy

15:05: Australian Decommissioning Landscape, Francis Norman, Managing Director, Center Of Decommissioning Australia (CODA)

15:25: Australia energy market update - Tore Moe, Regional Director, Norwegian Energy Partners

15:40: Australia Panel Q&A, ALL Australia

16:05: CLOSE

Norwegian Cancer Society & Relay for Life @ ONS+

Join us in our pavilion at ONS+, activities for all ages!

Giftshop for charity – all proceeds go to the Norwegian Cancer Society
Join our raffle for the chance to win 2 tickets to Fjordcruise Lysefjord with Rødne Fjord Cruise
Waffles – freshly made the Norwegian way
Coffee & soda (to-go or sit-down)
Fuck Cancer bracelet workshop (and for sale in the gift shop)
Relay for Life walk-around in the city-centre

Write your message and show your support to a loved one on our “wall of hearts” ❤
*For Norwegian citizens: Bli støttemedlem og motta flott takkegave (limited edition)! Meningsfullt medlemskap ❤

Norwegian Cancer Society & Relay for Life @ ONS+

Fuck Cancer perleverksted for barn & unge, familieaktivitet
Tegnekonkurranse for barn
Stafett for Livet sporløype i sentrum for barn & unge, familieaktivitet. Alle som fullfører får premie!
Skriv din hilsen og vis din støtte på hjerteveggen vår ❤
Bli støttemedlem og motta flott takkegave (limited edition)! Meningsfullt medlemskap ❤

Norwegian Cancer Society & Relay for Life @ ONS+

Giftshop – all proceeds go to the Norwegian Cancer Society
Join our raffle for the chance to win 2 tickets to Fjordcruise Lysefjord with Rødne Fjord Cruise
Waffles – freshly made the Norwegian way
Coffee & soda (to-go or sit-down)
Fuck Cancer bracelet workshop (and for sale in the gift shop)
Relay for Life walk-around in the city-centre
Write your message and show your support to a loved one on our “wall of hearts” ❤
*For Norwegian citizens: Bli støttemedlem og motta flott takkegave (limited edition)! Meningsfullt medlemskap ❤

Norwegian Cancer Society & Relay for Life @ ONS+

Fuck Cancer perleverksted for barn & unge, familieaktivitet
Tegnekonkurranse for barn
Stafett for Livet sporløype i sentrum for barn & unge, familieaktivitet. Alle som fullfører får premie!
Skriv din hilsen og vis din støtte på hjerteveggen vår ❤
Bli støttemedlem og motta flott takkegave (limited edition)! Meningsfullt medlemskap ❤

Norwegian Cancer Society & Relay for Life @ ONS+

Giftshop – all proceeds go to the Norwegian Cancer Society
Join our raffle for the chance to win 2 tickets to Fjordcruise Lysefjord with Rødne Fjord Cruise
Waffles – freshly made the Norwegian way
Coffee & soda (to-go or sit-down)
Fuck Cancer bracelet workshop (and for sale in the gift shop)
Relay for Life walk-around in the city-centre
Write your message and show your support to a loved one on our “wall of hearts” ❤
*For Norwegian citizens: Bli støttemedlem og motta flott takkegave (limited edition)! Meningsfullt medlemskap ❤

Best Stand Award Ceremony

University Day – Stage 2: Do we TRUST each other?

Learn how the topics of sustainability, energy, technology, and leadership relate to you. At University Day we have gathered talented speakers with valuable input to your future career choice. Meet industry leaders, inspirational speakers, and young professionals in the energy industry and academia to network and gain knowledge to shape your future. And remember, you don’t need any pre-existing knowledge to benefit from joining University Day– all students from all study areas are welcome.

The programme is held in English and is spread out over three stages. Shop what speakers you want to listen to and go from stage to stage.

This page shows the programme for Stage 2: Do we TRUST each other?

10:00-10:20
Elizabeth Heuch Olbjørn, VP Business Development, ABB
Linnea Espevik, Technical Consultant, ABB
How do you make people TRUST you? The key to climb the career ladder

10:40-11:00
Astrid Rønning Skaugseth, CEO, SHE Community
Empower difference: Less talk – more action!

11:20-11:40
Jarand Hole, Chief Engineer, NVE
Can you TRUST the authorities to govern our energy resources?

12:00-12:20
Sarah Fjørtoft Jacobsen, Process Operator Offshore, Equinor
Can I work on an oil platform and still care for the climate?

12:40-13:00
Uma Ranganathan, Strategy Manager, Tech, Digital & Innovation, Equinor
Everyone has a place in the energy transition

13:20-13:40
Oluf Langhelle, Department leader, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Media and Social Sciences, University of Stavanger
Espen Henriksen, Associate Professor, Department of Finance, BI Norwegian Business School
Sustainability = Bullshit?

14:00-14:20
Karl Johnny Hersvik
What is the energy industry doing to earn TRUST?

14:40-15:00
Yrja Oftedal
Become a Power Lady

15:20-15:40
Andreas Bjelland Eriksen, State Secretary, Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum & Energy
Can the world TRUST Norway as an energy nation?

University Day – Stage 3: Shaping our future

Learn how the topics of sustainability, energy, technology, and leadership relate to you. At University Day we have gathered talented speakers with valuable input to your future career choice. Meet industry leaders, inspirational speakers, and young professionals in the energy industry and academia to network and gain knowledge to shape your future. And remember, you don’t need any pre-existing knowledge to benefit from joining University Day– all students from all study areas are welcome.

The programme is held in English and is spread out over three stages. Shop what speakers you want to listen to and go from stage to stage.

This page shows the programme for Stage 3: Shaping our future

10:20-10:40
Jonas Gahr Støre, Prime Minister of Norway, The Norwegian Government
The young role in Norway’s green transition

11:10-11:30
Danat Tekie, Senior Consultant Sustainability, Strategy & Innovation, Deloitte
A guide to making a young sustainable impact

11:50-12:10
Gina Gylver, Leader, Natur & Ungdom
How you can become a climate activist!

12:30-12:50
Elin Nørve, Co-Founder, Future Leaders Global
Be the change you want to see

13:10-13:30
TBA

13:50-14:10
Jonas Jafari, Global Manager for Trust and Safety, Google - #1 Leadership talent 2021 (E24)
From entrepreneur in Follo to Google in LA - Building TRUST as a young leader

14:30-14:50
Isabelle Ringnes, Entrepreneur, Co-founder & Chief Evangelist, Equality Check
Tech, diversity & Sustainability – the holy trinity!

15:40-16:00
Anders Opedal, CEO, Equinor
The future of work in the energy industry – what does Anders Opedal predict?

ONS Safety Lunch: Ocean of trust

The PSA and ONS invite you once again to attend their safety lunch during ONS 2022.

Norway’s oil history is a tale of upturns and downturns, celebration and catastrophe, tough toil and technological progress.

Safety runs like a red thread through the whole story. Norway has achieved high standards for safe operation and the working environment in the petroleum sector.

How did we get there? And what characterises the Norwegian model for safety?

"Ocean of trust" is a film which turns the spotlight on Norway’s safety regime. This rests on responsibility, collaboration, risk understanding, learning from serious accidents – and trust.

But how does that work in practice? Watch and see.

Programme:
12.20
Welcome by the moderator
Eileen Brundtland, The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA)

Lunch and musical entertainment

The Norwegian model
Introduction by Anne Myhrvold, PSA, director general

Film: Ocean of trust

Safety and trust - an international perspective
Raphael Moura, general manager operational safety and environment, National Agency for Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels, Brasil

Dessert and coffee

13.50
Programme ends


Everyone must be seated at 12.15. The program starts at 12.20. Registration via ONS's website, and the ticket must be presented at the entrance.

KAPSARC workshop: CO2 emissions reduction progress and future perspectives in Aviation

During the ONS Conference 2022, the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center, an advisory think tank within global energy economics and sustainability providing advisory services to entities and authorities in the Saudi energy sector, will host a workshop in person during the conference related to aviation.

Transforming Africa’s Energy Sector: How? - by Norad

While Africa today has the lowest energy access rate globally, energy consumption is expected to grow substantially in the coming years.

Norad invites you to a panel discussion on how different actors can contribute to Africa meeting its increasing energy demand, gaining full access and phasing out dirty cooking, within climate targets.

What roles can institutions, governments and business play - and what is needed going forward?

Join us for a discussion on challenges and potentials ahead, in light of the International Energy Agency`s report Africa Energy Outlook.

Coffee will be served.

This event is open for all.




Future students Days - Stage 2

High School students are invited to explore different energy and climate-related topics at ONS Young Future Students Days. Learn how the topics of sustainability, energy, technology, and leadership relate to you. Meet industry leaders, inspirational speakers, and young professionals in the energy industry and academia and gain knowledge to shape your future. After a session on one of our three stages, the students are welcomed into the ONS Young Activity and Lounge Area.
The programme is held in Norwegian.

Nøyaktig program avhenger av hvilken pulje du tilhører og hvilken scene du er tildelt. Elevene er velkomne til å utforske ONS Utstillingen før/etter sin deltakelse i ONS Young arenaen, dette er inkludert i gratisbilletten hver elev får!

Scene 2
Moderator: Hanne Hernes, Næringspolitisk Rådgiver, Næringsforeningen i Stavangerregionen


Pulje 1 (08:30-10:30) – Hetland VGS

Karoline Palmer, Doktorgradsstipendiat Institutt for Finans, BI Norwegian Business School
– Klimakrise og grønne penger

Jo Røislien, Professor og TV-personlighet, Universitetet i Stavanger
– Kan du stole på tall og hvordan angår de deg?

Oluf Langhelle, Instituttleder for det Samfunnsvitenskapelige fakultet, Institutt for Medie- og Samfunnsfag
– Grønnvasking og hvordan å ikke la deg lure!


Pulje 2 (11:00-13:00) - Dalane VGS

Karoline Palmer, Doktorgradsstipendiat Institutt for Finans, BI Norwegian Business School
– Klimakrise og grønne penger

Jo Røislien, Professor og TV-personlighet, Universitetet i Stavanger
– Kan du stole på tall og hvordan angår de deg?

Oluf Langhelle, Instituttleder for det Samfunnsvitenskapelige fakultet, Institutt for Medie- og Samfunnsfag
– Grønnvasking og hvordan å ikke la deg lure!


Pulje 3 (13:30-15:30) – St.Olav VGS

Karoline Palmer, Doktorgradsstipendiat Institutt for Finans, BI Norwegian Business School
– Klimakrise og grønne penger

Jo Røislien, Professor og TV-personlighet, Universitetet i Stavanger
– Kan du stole på tall og hvordan angår de deg?

Oluf Langhelle, Instituttleder for det Samfunnsvitenskapelige fakultet, Institutt for Medie- og Samfunnsfag
– Grønnvasking og hvordan å ikke la deg lure!

Future students Days - Stage 3

High School students are invited to explore different energy and climate-related topics at ONS Young Future Students Days. Learn how the topics of sustainability, energy, technology, and leadership relate to you. Meet industry leaders, inspirational speakers, and young professionals in the energy industry and academia and gain knowledge to shape your future. After a session on one of our three stages, the students are welcomed into the ONS Young Activity and Lounge Area.
The programme is held in Norwegian.

Nøyaktig program avhenger av hvilken pulje du tilhører og hvilken scene du er tildelt. Elevene er velkomne til å utforske ONS Utstillingen før/etter sin deltakelse i ONS Young arenaen, dette er inkludert i gratisbilletten hver elev får!

Scene 3
Moderator - TBC


Pulje 1 (08:30-10:30) – Stavanger Offshore Tekniske Høyskole

Gina Gylver, Leder, Natur og Ungdom
– Slik kan du bli en klimaaktivist!

Hanne Rygg, Sjefsingeniør Ocean Marine Centre, Siemens Energy
– Jeg trenger en sluttdato for olja for å redde meg selv

Daniel Christensen, Pentester, Telenor, @BobTheShopLifter på Tiktok
– Hack deg til jobb!


Pulje 2 (11:00-13:00) - Dalane VGS

Jørgen Erdal, Co-Founder & CEO, Evyon, DN 30 under 30
– Kan batterier redde verden?

Hanne Rygg, Sjefsingeniør Ocean Marine Centre, Siemens Energy
– Jeg trenger en sluttdato for olja for å redde meg selv

Daniel Christensen, Pentester, Telenor, @BobTheShopLifter på Tiktok
– Hack deg til jobb!


Pulje 3 (13:30-15:30) – St.Olav VGS

Jørgen Erdal, Co-Founder & CEO, Evyon, DN 30 under 30
– Kan batterier redde verden?

Hanne Rygg, Sjefsingeniør Ocean Marine Centre, Siemens Energy
– Jeg trenger en sluttdato for olja for å redde meg selv

Daniel Christensen, Pentester, Telenor, @BobTheShopLifter på Tiktok
– Hack deg til jobb!

Future students Days - Stage 2

High School students are invited to explore different energy and climate-related topics at ONS Young Future Students Days. Learn how the topics of sustainability, energy, technology, and leadership relate to you. Meet industry leaders, inspirational speakers, and young professionals in the energy industry and academia and gain knowledge to shape your future. After a session on one of our three stages, the students are welcomed into the ONS Young Activity and Lounge Area.
The programme is held in Norwegian.

Nøyaktig program avhenger av hvilken pulje du tilhører og hvilken scene du er tildelt. Elevene er velkomne til å utforske ONS Utstillingen før/etter sin deltakelse i ONS Young arenaen, dette er inkludert i gratisbilletten hver elev får!

Scene 2
Moderator: Samuel Bratthammer, Custom Manager, Stavanger Asset Management AS


Pulje 1 (08:30-10:30) – Strand VGS, Godalen VGS

Jarand Hole, Overingeniør, NVE
– Hva er energi?

Håkon Ellingsen, Entreprenør og CEO Ellingsen Group
– Å tørre å stole på seg selv

Isabel Næss, Leder for Gründerinkubatoren LevelUp UiS
– En guide til å finne opp den neste bærekraftsløsningen


Pulje 2 (11:00-13:00) – Stavanger Katedralskole

Jarand Hole, Overingeniør, NVE
– Hva er energi?

Håkon Ellingsen, Entreprenør og CEO Ellingsen Group
– Å tørre å stole på seg selv

Isabel Næss, Leder for Gründerinkubatoren LevelUp UiS
– En guide til å finne opp den neste bærekraftsløsningen


Pulje 3 (13:30-15:30) – St. Svithun VGS

Jarand Hole, Overingeniør, NVE
– Hva er energi?

Håkon Ellingsen, Entreprenør og CEO Ellingsen Group
– Å tørre å stole på seg selv

Isabel Næss, Leder for Gründerinkubatoren LevelUp UiS
– En guide til å finne opp den neste bærekraftsløsningen

Future students Days - Stage 3

High School students are invited to explore different energy and climate-related topics at ONS Young Future Students Days. Learn how the topics of sustainability, energy, technology, and leadership relate to you. Meet industry leaders, inspirational speakers, and young professionals in the energy industry and academia and gain knowledge to shape your future. After a session on one of our three stages, the students are welcomed into the ONS Young Activity and Lounge Area.
The programme is held in Norwegian.

Nøyaktig program avhenger av hvilken pulje du tilhører og hvilken scene du er tildelt. Elevene er velkomne til å utforske ONS Utstillingen før/etter sin deltakelse i ONS Young arenaen, dette er inkludert i gratisbilletten hver elev får!

Scene 3
Moderator: Benedicte Middelthon


Pulje 1 (08:30-10:30) – Sola VGS

Sarah Fjørtoft Jacobsen, Prosessoperatør Offshore, Equinor
– Kan jeg jobbe offshore og bry meg om klima og miljø?

Luqman Wadood, Redaktør, Jeune
– En guide til å få fram din unge mening!

Kristin Kragseth, CEO, Petoro
– Energitrilemmaet – vi trenger ung energi!


Pulje 2 (11:00-13:00) – Bryne VGS

Anja Bakken Riise, Leder, Framtiden i våre hender
– Hva haster for å snu klimaendringene og hva kan du gjøre?

Luqman Wadood, Redaktør, Jeune
– En guide til å få fram din unge mening!

Sarah Fjørtoft Jacobsen, Prosessoperatør Offshore, Equinor
– Kan jeg jobbe offshore og bry meg om klima og miljø?


Pulje 3 (13:30-15:30) – St. Svithun VGS

Anja Bakken Riise, Leder, Framtiden i våre hender
– Hva haster for å snu klimaendringene og hva kan du gjøre?

Luqman Wadood, Redaktør, Jeune
– En guide til å få fram din unge mening!

Sarah Fjørtoft Jacobsen, Prosessoperatør Offshore, Equinor
– Kan jeg jobbe offshore og bry meg om klima og miljø?

Lunch on the Edge: When everything is electrified, where is the value capture?

An exclusive dialogue over lunch, with Steve Westly, CEO of Westly Group, former CFO of California and early Tesla investor and board member. August 31, 12:12 – 13:45, at ONS in Stavanger.

We will be addressing questions such as:
- What are the implications of going from energy shortage and high margins upstream in the fossil world to a world with energy abundance and a “power shift” towards the consumer end of the value chain?
- What are the business opportunities in the future energy system, and what changes (regulatory, technological etc.) are needed to unlock this new value?

Moderator:
Johannes Wiik, PhD| Nordic Lead Partner Energy Resources and Industrials, Deloitte

Young Professionals Arena - Stage 2

The Young Professionals Arena is our venue for young professionals under the age of 35. We at ONS know the importance of good professional relationships. At this conference arena you will get a chance to expand your network and learn how to use it while being introduced to conversation-starting topics. Come grab some food and drinks all included in the ticket, check out our Speedfriending station, and help build an amazing Young Professionals community - starting at ONS Young Professionals Arena.

PS: ask your employer to cover this ticket, most do 😉

The programme will highlight different perspectives towards the energy industry, society and climate with young voices and key figures in the center of the debates. The programme is dispersed over three stages.

Stage 2:
Moderator: Embla Galdal, Petrophysicist, ConocoPhillips

16:30-16:50
Magnus Marsdal, Leader, Manifest Tankesmie
Anja Bakken Riise, Leader, Framtiden i våre hender
Atle Tranøy, Group Union Convener & EWC Chairperson, Aker ASA
– Couples therapy; oil workers and climate activists

17:20-17:40
Leslie Dewan, Co-founder & CEO, Radiant Nano
– Can nuclear energy save the world?

Young Professionals Arena - Stage 3

The Young Professionals Arena is our venue for young professionals under the age of 35. We at ONS know the importance of good professional relationships. At this conference arena you will get a chance to expand your network and learn how to use it while being introduced to conversation-starting topics. Come grab some food and drinks all included in the ticket, check out our Speedfriending station, and help build an amazing Young Professionals community - starting at ONS Young Professionals Arena.

PS: ask your employer to cover this ticket, most do 😉

The programme will highlight different perspectives towards the energy industry, society and climate with young voices and key figures in the center of the debates. The programme is dispersed over three stages.


Stage 3:
Moderator: TBC

16:30-16:50
Sumeet Singh, Global Head of Diversity Inclusion & Belonging, Schibsted
– Diversity = Success
17:20-17:40
Sut I Wong, Head of Dept of Communication and Culture, BI Norwegian Business School
Mohamed Rottab, Senior Technical Advisor, Halliburton
Karen Granås, Graduate PO HR, Equinor
– The Future of Work; Digitalization, knowledge and new realities

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