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    • 10 Nov 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • Online via Zoom (Eastern time zone)
    • 449
    Register

    This event is free to NCAC-USAEE members.

    The 2020 elections will have major impacts on the rate of change of the future US energy mix and how fast the US moves toward a CO2 free future. After the results are tallied, join NCAC for a moderated discussion with Katherine Hamilton to analyze the outcome for President, Senate, and House from the viewpoint of domestic energy policy. Will the US continue with a policy of global energy dominance in oil, gas and coal or enact Biden’s $2 trillion accelerated investment plan for clean energy and jobs. What new role will the Hill or specific states play?

    Beforehand, send your questions to president@ncac-usaee.com

    Registration will close on the prior business day, November 9, with registrants receiving a Zoom link the evening before. Access the event recording after logging into www.ncac-usaee.org with your member credentials.

     Speaker Bio

    Katherine Hamilton is Chair of 38 North Solutions. Ms. Hamilton has been listed on the #Solar100 board by kWh Analytics and received a Cleanie Award as Entrepreneur of the Year. She Co-Chairs the Global Future Council on Clean Electrification of the World Economic Forum. Katherine served as President of the GridWise Alliance, advocating for nearly $5 billion in funding for smart grid projects in the Recovery Act. Prior to that role, Katherine was a policy advisor for Good Energies, Inc., a private investment company with a portfolio in clean energy technologies of nearly $6 billion. She co-directed the American Bioenergy Association, working with the states of Maryland and New Jersey to develop renewable portfolio standards. At the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Katherine led buildings research and then managed government relations in Washington, DC. Katherine also spent a decade at Virginia Power, designing overhead and underground electrical systems for commercial and residential developments. Ms. Hamilton studied electrical engineering at Northern Virginia Community College and holds degrees from Cornell University and the Sorbonne. She is part of The Energy Gang podcast through Greentech Media.

    Rita Beale, NCAC-USAEE President, will moderate the discussion.

    Non-members can join for $20, also entitling participation in NCAC-USAEE for the remainder of 2020. Sign up for membership at: https://www.ncac-usaee.org/membership

    Ahead: Registration will open soon for Wednesday 2 December, when Michael Cohen, Chief US Oil Economist and Head of Analysis at BP speaks on peak oil demand.

    • 2 Dec 2020
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • Online via Zoom (Eastern time zone)
    • 463
    Register

    A fundamental restructuring during the global energy transition

    This event is free to NCAC-USAEE members

    Please join NCAC-USAEE for an in depth discussion about the evolving role that oil will play in the energy transition. BP recently released its new Energy Outlook in mid September in line with a shift in the company’s strategy. The discussion will focus on how BP’s outlook differs from subsequent reports looking at the long term energy mix, the role of electrification and energy efficiency in oil demand profiles, and the implications for fossil fuel producers. 

    Registration will close on the prior day, December 1, with registrants receiving a Zoom link the evening before. Or access the event recording afterward by logging into www.ncac-usaee.org with your member credentials.

    Speaker Bio

    Michael Cohen is Chief US Economist and Head of Oil Analysis at BP in the Group Economics team. In this role, he is responsible for oil, transportation, and US energy policy related analysis in BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy and Energy Outlook. The Economics team helps inform decision making for BP’s board and executive team as well as for the Upstream, Downstream, Government Affairs, Trading, and Fuels/Marketing businesses.

    Prior to joining BP in May 2019, Mr. Cohen was Barclays’ Global Head of Commodities Research and was responsible for preparing and delivering differentiated research on commodities markets to Barclays’ global corporate and institutional investor client base. He worked for a decade in the public sector as an Economist with the US Energy Information Administration, the Department of Energy’s Office of Policy and International Affairs, as well as two years in Paris as a senior member of the Oil Markets Division at the International Energy Agency. Prior to government service, Mr. Cohen worked on electricity market design for LECG (now Navigant) and as a trading desk analyst for American Electric Power. He graduated with a BSBA in Business Economics and a BA in Political Science from The Ohio State University and a Masters in International Economics from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

    Rita Beale, NCAC-USAEE President, will host the discussion.

    Non-members can join for $20, also entitling participation in NCAC-USAEE for the remainder of 2020. Sign up for membership at: https://www.ncac-usaee.org/membership

    Ahead: On January 13, Pete Speer of Moody's will speak on Uncertain future demand heightens business and credit risks for oil and gas industry.

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