Explore the latest tech trends with world-leading experts who ask big questions and share big ideas. #TimetoTech20
This unique webinar series presents a dynamic range of technology focused topics where you'll have the chance to learn, engage and connect. Each event is split into three sessions - a 20 minute presentation, 20 minute Q&A and 20 minute opportunity to network.
Step into our culture of innovation as we explore the new and surprising technologies that are shaping our industry and supporting the transition to a net zero future.
This event welcomes people of all ages, from all industries and professions, and is free to attend.
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Tech20: Turning Liabilities into Assets with CeraPhi
Karl Farrow, Chief Executive Officer from CeraPhi, explains the impact geothermal technologies can bring to the energy industry whilst providing a comprehensive overview of CeraPhiWell, a technology designed to fit into old wells to extract heat from deep underground by a downhole heat exchanger.
Tech20: Managing Well Integrity and Environmental Stewardship with WellSentinel
Jim Gordon, Business Development Manager from Sentinel Subsea, explains the importance of well monitoring for the industry while providing a comprehensive overview of the WellSentinel, Sentinel Subsea's innovative well integrity monitoring system.
Tech20: Decarbonising the Maritime Sector with a Direct Ammonia Fuel Cell
John Irvine, Professor at the University of St Andrews, discusses why the maritime industry could lead the way in using alternative fuels and why a liquid hydrogen vector is needed for long distance shipping while providing a comprehensive overview of the fuel cell system.
Tech20: Floating Offshore Wind Powered Hydrogen - Case Study Review for Local Supply Chains
Jamie McCallum, Project Engineer at Net Zero Technology Centre, explores a study recently completed by the Net Zero Technology Centre which comprises an assessment of the cost reductions required to make floating offshore wind powered green hydrogen projects viable and the UK supply chain's ability to meet UK government targets for project local content.