Dedicated to the hottest trends in the energy industry, these episodes will feature energy executives debates and discussions with senior executives and investors focused on pioneering ideas and transforming the energy industry.
Benjamin Colton, Global Head of Asset Stewardship - Voting & Engagement, State Street Global Advisors
Published on 01 February 2022
Benjamin Colton, Global Head of Asset Stewardship – Voting & Engagement at State Street Global Advisors, joins us to talk about why the conversation around a transition to a lower carbon economy must be conducted with pragmatism rather than through a binary lens of brown vs. green. He also explains how State Street are approaching stewardship as one of the world’s largest institutional investors, as well as how they are going about analysing, managing and engaging on climate-related risk within their portfolio.
Episode Recorded on 18 January 2022
Nouman Ahmad, CEO & Co-Founder, Validere
Published on 16th November 2021
Nouman Ahmad, CEO & Co-Founder at Validere joins the Investor Series Podcast to talk about the role of data in helping energy industry participants to achieve their energy transition objectives, and walks us through how Validere are building a data layer of inventory data for the oil and gas supply chain to help stakeholders to track, monitor and improve their operational, commercial & ESG-related performance.
He also shares some insights into Validere’s recent partnership with Xpansiv, Énergir & Pacific Canbriam Energy to facilitate the industry’s First Registered Responsibly Sourced Gas Agreement.
Episode Recorded on 29th September 2021
Andrea Course, Venture Principal, Shell Ventures
Published on 02 November 2021
Andrea Course, Venture Principal at Shell Ventures joins the Investor Series Podcast to talk about Shell Ventures, one of the first Oil & Gas corporate funds, and its role in identifying and investing in start-up companies that can help Shell both to meet its emissions reduction targets and to accelerate the energy & mobility transformation.
She explains what she considers to be the main opportunities and barriers that exist today when it comes to investment into and wide scale deployment of these decarbonisation technologies (particularly CCUS). She also shares her views on how greater diversity & inclusion in the boardroom can help companies to capitalise on the opportunities presented by the energy transition and successfully navigate the disruption that it brings with it.
Episode Recorded on 20th August 2021
Nick Dell'Osso, Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Chesapeake
Published on 09 September 2021
Nick Dell’Osso, Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer at Chesapeake Energy, joins us to talk about where the company stands today having emerged from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy earlier in 2021. During the episode, he explains how the industry is undergoing a structural change and describes how Chesapeake is positioning itself today to meet and deliver on investors’ ever evolving expectations and respond to the world’s changing energy needs. He also talks about the strides that Chesapeake is making as a first mover in the Certified Natural Gas markets and the importance of third party certification & monitoring of industry performance, as well as the key metrics that this performance should be measured against.
Recorded on 27th August 2021
Brian Carey, Strategic Growth Director, Kongsberg Digital
Published on 14 July 2021
Brian Carey, Strategic Growth Director at Kongsberg Digital joins us to discuss the role of digitilisation and innovation in the Oil & Gas industry and how ESG will continue to shape and mould the sector. As a pioneer in the digital space Brian discusses how the organisation is well placed to support operators in the age of the Energy Transition and we discuss the role of technology in the future of Energy.
Be sure to tune in and contact the team either through the Energy Council or at this year’s World Energy Capital Assembly.
Michael Rubio, General Manager, ESG and Sustainability, Chevron
Published on 06 July 2021
Michael Rubio, General Manager, ESG and Sustainability at Chevron joins us to talk about Chevron’s approach towards ESG and the Energy Transition at a time of rising ESG headwinds. He explains how Oil & Gas companies can position themselves to ensure that they can continue to meet shareholder expectations and remain competitive as the world transitions to a low carbon economy. He also shares his thoughts on the growth potential of different low carbon business lines and the importance of ESG metrics in helping investors to measure and compare the performance of different industry players.
Recorded on 8th June 2021