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28 September 2022, 10:30 to 12:00

Technology Powering the North Sea Transition Deal



28 September 2022, 10:30 to 12:00



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There is no single solution to deliver net zero. Affordable, low carbon energy growth will be driven by innovative technology.

How do we create an agile, integrated, interdependent energy system to capitalise on domestic opportunities and global markets?

Join a panel of experts as they delve into the insights and dissect the recommendations made in the Technology Driving Green Energy Growth report, produced by the Technology Leadership Board, Net Zero Technology Centre, and Accenture.

The report highlights opportunities in hydrogen, floating offshore wind and carbon capture and storage technologies, exploring the innovative solutions required to meet the North Sea Transition Deal commitments.

The successful realisation of these innovations will ultimately lead to greater cost competitiveness, create domestic and international supply chain opportunities and secure low carbon jobs.



Myrtle Dawes, Solution Centre Director, Net Zero Technology Centre 

Ekaterina Kozinchenko, Managing Director, Accenture 

Katy Heidenreich, Supply Chain & Operations Director, Offshore Energies UK 



Allister Thomas, Europe Editor, Energy Voice 


Event partners

Accenture - Accenture is a leading global professional services company, providing a broad range of services in strategy and consulting, interactive, technology and operations, with digital capabilities across all of these services. We combine unmatched experience and specialized capabilities across more than 40 industries — powered by the world’s largest network of Advanced Technology and Intelligent Operations centres. With 513,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries, Accenture brings continuous innovation to help clients improve their performance and create lasting value across their enterprises.

Technology Leadership Board - The Technology Leadership Board (TLB) works with the industry, government and other stakeholders to define priorities to adopt, adapt and/or develop oil and gas technologies, securing investments, to deliver MER UK and strengthen UK oil and gas industry competitiveness. The TLB aims to be the single industry voice on technology on the UKCS, providing strategic direction, clear demand-led priorities and measurement against key performance indicators. The TLB is co-chaired by the OGA and industry, and the OGA technology team provides secretariat for the Board. It will interface with the other MER UK Boards to agree synergies and alignment to maximise benefits and avoid effort duplications.