The voice of professional people helping to provide the energy needed in a modern society, while mitigating climate change and working towards a net zero world
A one-day seminar 12 October 2021 organised by the Energy Transition and Energy Materials Groups of IOM3 at 297 Euston Road, London blended with live online streaming.
After attending this event participants will understand:
1. The need for Hydrogen and Carbon Capture and Storage in the journey to Net Zero.
2. Material challenges confronting the energy transition.
3. Transferable technology and skills from the oil & gas industry to a world class Net-Zero energy workforce.
Oilfield metallurgy is a specialist sector involved in understanding the requirements and performace of materials used in the challenging environments of the oil and gas sector. This course provides an improved understanding of material specification and selection for the oilfield environment.
Second in the series of webinars on recyclability of light metals in the low carbon strategy.
This event aims to explain the importance of critical minerals in society, how value can be added through responsible sourcing and how realistic achieving net-zero truly is.
As part of its commitment to helping build momentum for COP 26, throughout 2021 IOM3 is organising a series of virtual events, podcasts and editorial content on the theme of ‘Sustainable Future’. COP 26 is the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference scheduled to be held in Glasgow, Scotland, in November 2021. Keep an eye out for our Sustainable Future tag.