March 26, 2024


Description

LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED AT THIS EVENT

See Location information on the right for room and parking details

Abstract

We often think of the future as something that happens because time goes by. To be clear, it is impossible to predict the future. However, it is possible to understand the future by studying change, and the drivers of change. Different sets of drivers lead to different future scenarios. Foresight research is a process to examine the drivers of change and future scenarios to plan around and to ideally drive your “preferred future.” The goal is NOT to create forecasts or predictions of the industry, but it is to assess major factors that will influence the industry’s future evolution. Research has been performed to understand the future implications of biotechnology across the energy transition. In this presentation, Moji will share the findings on how biotechnology may impact the energy transition and what may inhibit, enhance, or blindside our industry’s future. These findings can be helpful as new data points for the strategic decisions ahead. 


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Moji Karimi
Speaker Moji Karimi

Moji is a natural resource entrepreneur and a technology futurist. As the CEO of Cemvita, he leads a team of scientists and engineers that are creating radical solutions to reduce the carbon and environmental footprint of industries such as energy, chemicals, and mining. From converting waste to valuable fuels, to subsurface …

Moji is a natural resource entrepreneur and a technology futurist. As the CEO of Cemvita, he leads a team of scientists and engineers that are creating radical solutions to reduce the carbon and environmental footprint of industries such as energy, chemicals, and mining. From converting waste to valuable fuels, to subsurface biomanufacturing of natural hydrogen, and using microorganisms to effectively extract lithium and copper from low-grade ore. 


Fueled by curiosity and optimism, Moji's mission is to create the natural resource industry of the future. His vision is to help create a future where waste products and ready-to-retire infrastructure can be reimagined as the foundational drivers of economic growth and energy independence. 

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Organizer

SPE-GCS Energy Transition Special Interest Group


Date and Time

Tue, March 26, 2024

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

Pricing

  • SPE Non-Member
    $55.00
    (ends 03/26/2024)
  • SPE Member
    $45.00
    (ends 03/26/2024)
  • MiT/Student/Retired
    $25.00
    (ends 03/26/2024)
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Location

Wood Group Mustang, Inc - Stallion Building

17325 Park Row
Houston, TX 77084


S1D - Room # S1020E, Stallion Building


Parking: Please park in the designated visitor parking spaces in the surface lot on the north side of the building.


Venue generously sponsored by Wood PLC.