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The Future of Oil, Coal and Gas in a Decarbonised World

Date From: 12 December 2017
Location: England
Description: A joint venture presentation between SONG and Clean Energy, Hiren Mulchandani of Aurora Energy Research Ltd Presents: “The Future of Oil, Coal and Gas in a Decarbonised World’’
Event Type: Special Interest Groups
Venue: IChemE, One Portland Place, London, W1B 1PN

Time: 17:30 GMT
Organiser: Oil & Natural Gas SIG/Clean Energy SIG
Contact Email: song@ichememember.org

This presentation will evaluate recent movements towards a decarbonised world in the power and transport sectors, and what these trends entail for the future of fossil fuel supply and demand.
A review of the economics of the emerging power and transport technologies will be presented. Three main areas will be considered: The emergence of subsidy-free renewables, the rise of electrification and the million dollar question: Is it all hype?

Hiren has a BEng (Hons(I)) in Chemical and Materials Engineering from the University of Auckland and an MSc in energy economics from University College London. He is a Member of the Institution of Chemical Engineers and has spent time working as a process engineer at a coal-to-liquids plant in Australia and Stanlow refinery in Cheshire. He is the lead Commodities Analyst at Aurora Energy Research in Oxford.

This is a joint venture event with SONG and the Clean Energy SIG. If you wish to attend in person please ensure you turn up promptly as we have a hard limit on the number of attendees at IChemE Portland Place.
Refreshments and networking from 5.30pm, the presentation will start at 6.00pm.  There will be an opportunity for more networking after the presentation.

Members not able to attend can join the live presentation over the web. 
Register for this at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8462067274152314883

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