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See the presentations made by Oil & Energy Minister Terje Sørviknes, the Mayor of Stavanger Christine Sagen Helgø and Statoil CEO Eldar Sætre, among others — as well as the panel discussion featuring Stéphane Garelli.
|Session 1:||We are shaping the future of energy|
|12.30||Registration and coffee|
|13.30||Introduction and HSE|
|13.35||Welcome by Arne Sigve Nylund, executive vice president for Development and Production
Norway, Statoil ASA
|13.45||Industry perspectives in our region by Christine Sagen Helgø, the mayor of Stavanger|
|13.55||Introduction by Siri Lill Mannes, moderator|
|14.00||An industry for the future Terje Søviknes, minister of petroleum and energy|
|14.25||We are shaping the future of energy Eldar Sætre, president and CEO of Statoil ASA|
|15.20||''The future is not what it used to be'' - A competitiveness outlook - Stéphane Garelli,
professor at IMD business school and former director in World Economic Forum
Stéphane Garelli, professor IMD business school,
Murshid M. Ali, founder and CEO Huddlestock,
Jannicke Nilsson, executive vice president (COO) in Statoil ASA,
Ragnhild Ulvik, head of the Innovation team of Statoil’s Corporate Strategy & Innovation cluster.
|Session 2:||Industry perspectives and value creation in a low carbon energy future|
|Introduction by Siri Lill Mannes, moderator|
We deliver global competitiveness and competence in a challenging market -
|16.40||Views from the outside by Mímir Kristjánsson, news editor Klassekampen|
|16.55||Summary and conclusion|
|17.00||Break and snacks|
|19.00||Mingling and buffet|
In November, Statoil launched the campaign “Good advice from young minds”, where the company entered into dialogue with young people about the major dilemmas that Norway and the oil and gas industry are facing.
We cannot predict the future, but we know one thing for certain: Statoil does not have all the answers. Listening to those who will help shape the future is therefore crucial to us. Through this campaign we received a lot of good advice and input, and many key topics were highlighted. Several of the topics engaging the youth of today are addressing issues and dilemmas that we as a company are faced with every single day. At the end of the day we all want the same: to help create a better world.
In our meetings with the youths we received a lot of questions: In which direction is Statoil heading? What will Statoil do to adapt to a low-carbon future? What are Statoil’s plans for renewable energy? Which role will innovation play? And what about digitalisation?