Mar 7, 2023/
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Carbon Direct Chief Scientist Dr. Julio Friedmann to Speak at CERAWeek 2023
Friedmann joins expert panels to discuss corporate decarbonization strategies and the realities of scaling low-carbon economies.
New York—March 7, 2023—Carbon Direct today announced that Dr. Julio Friedmann, Chief Scientist at Carbon Direct, will be speaking on corporate and economic decarbonization strategies at CERAWeek 2023.
During the conference, Friedmann will join Eleonor Kramarz, Vice President, Consulting and Professional Services at S&P Global; Bjørn Otto Sverdrup, Chair of the Executive Committee, Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI); and Luis Cabra, Executive Managing Director of Energy Transition, Technology, Institutional Affairs, and Deputy CEO, Repsol, to discuss corporate strategies for implementing decarbonization.
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Friedmann will also speak about the realities of developing and scaling low-carbon economies alongside Nick Sharma, Research & Analysis Executive Director, S&P Global, Alok Sinha, Global Head, Oil & Gas and Chemicals, Standard Chartered Bank SG Ltd, and Masataka Yarita, Project Director – Business Strategy, Research and Analysis Department, Japan Organization for Metals and Energy Security (JOGMEC).
Details about the panel sessions and agenda links are below:
Implementing Decarbonization Across the Corporation
Description: As companies are moving from board-level commitment on decarbonization to implementation throughout the corporation, various systems are being debated. What is the right process to decarbonize your operations? How should the decisions be made? What is the right language/metric? How does it differ between scope 1, 2 and 3?
Date & Time: Wednesday, March 8, 2023 at 9:30AM CT
The Realities of Developing and Scaling Low-carbon Economies
Session Description: A key success factor for carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) and other decarbonization projects is government/policy support, including favorable tax treatment and financing of large-scale hubs and infrastructure such as is occurring in North America and Europe. Given the experiences from developed economies, how can such projects in developing regions be incentivized to test low-carbon technologies? How can these projects then be scaled up given the policy and financing support available?
Date & Time: Wednesday, March 8, 2023 at 4:30PM CT
To learn more about Dr. Julio Friedmann, visit the Carbon Direct Leadership page.