9 June 2017 / 08:00 - 10:00 (CEST) Sentralen, Øvre Slottsgate 3, Oslo
Invitation to open meeting on Energy Perspectives 2017.
How can the world reach the climate targets set during the climate summit in Paris in 2015? Are we on the right track? And how are global energy supply and greenhouse gas emissions affected by geopolitics?
How much oil and gas will be needed by 2050? How fast is renewable energy growing? Will passenger car transport be dominated by electric cars? How much more efficiently must energy be used in the future?
These and many other questions will be addressed at the launch of this year’s Energy Perspectives report.
Energy Perspectives is an independent report prepared by Statoil's analysts, describing three possible development paths for the world economy, international energy markets and energy-related greenhouse gas emissions. This year's report is adjusted for recent events in the climate and energy fields, as well as technology developments, renewable energy and energy demand.
Programme (NB! all presentations will be in Norwegian)
It will be possible to watch a live broadcast via our website.
A recording will be published after the event.
08.00 Registrering og kaffe
08.30 Velkommen v/ Aslak Bonde, debattleder
08.35 Hvordan ser verdens energibehov ut i 2050? Presentasjon av «Energy Perspectives 2017» v/ Eirik Wærness, sjeføkonom Statoil
08.50 Det geo- og energipolitiske bilde v/ Julie Wilhelmsen, seniorforsker ved Norsk Utenrikspolitisk Institutt (NUPI)
09.00 Fornyelsesscenariet i en global energivirkelighet v/ Anders Bjartnes, redaktør for energi og klima, Norsk klimastiftelse
09.10 Alene gang eller samgang for å nå verdens energibehov og klimamål v/ Kjell Ropstad, stortingsrepresentant og nestleder i KrF
09.20 Samtale panel og sal