The world needs energy. We all agree! Many discussions often end up in pro or con petroleum. How could the Stavanger-region really make a difference in the energy transition?
ONS was scheduled for August 31 to September 3rd, but cancelled due to COVID-19. We want to contribute in keeping up this important discussion and hereby invite students and business people to an open discussion about energy for the future.
World energy facts: Petroleum Industry role in a global setting and renewable growth by Helleik Syse, Future Energy Hub, University of Stavanger, and four panelists Larissa Nunes, Coordinator SPE Young, University of Stavanger, Emilie Christensen, Norwegian Energy Solutions Young , Muhammad Ali Kaifi, Energy and environment, University of Stavanger and Vårin Sinnes, Grønn Ungdom Rogaland (Green Youth Rogaland), Political Party.
For more information, please contact Inger Tone Ødegård
Due to COVID-19 regulations, capacity is strictly limited and we need a participant list for all events, incl. phone number. If you have a company/ University e-mail address, please use your formal e-mail. Only one person per e-mail.
18.15 Registration and networking.
18.30 Welcome by Stavanger Chamber of Commerce, by Inger Tone Ødegård.
18.35 Facts: the world need energy, by Helleik Syse, Future Energy Hub, University of Stavanger.
19.00 Why petroleum in Norway? by Larissa Nunes, SPE (Society of Petroleum engineers)
19.10 World energy capacity without O & G, by Muhammad Ali Kaifi, University of Stavanger.
19.20 How to meet global needs without petroleum, by Vårin Sinnes, Grønn Ungdom Rogaland.
19.30 Transformation of the energy sector, by Emilie Christensen, Norwegian Energy Solutions.
19.40 Panel discussion with all participants, by all.
Helleik works as Project Coordinator for the research project Future Energy Hub at UiS. He has an extensive background in the field of energy, having worked with oil and gas, solar energy, offshore wind and renewable energy systems for the aquaculture industry. With a BSc in Petroleum engineering and an MSc in Renewable Energy Systems and the Environment, he is deeply passionate about our collective energy future.
Larissa is a Petroleum engineer from Brazil. She is currently taking a Master in Drilling Technology at the University of Stavanger and is the President of the SPE Stavanger Student Chapter. During this summer she was an intern for Equinor in Norway, having worked with Digital Scouting for Exploration Portfolio.
Muhammad Ali Kaifi is an international student enrolled in master in Energy, Environment and Society at the UiS and served as the Vice President of the program. I am a freelance environmental journalist and running a student organisation for plantation drive in Islamabad. I’m interested in researching on green automation and renewable technologies, and planning to research further in PhD.
Vårin has been the leader of the Young Greens of Rogaland for three years. She is now also their youth candidate for the parliamemtary elections in 2021. She studies sociology at the University of Oslo.
Emilie Christensen is 22 years old and study Energy, Environment and Society at the University of Stavanger. She has since January been a member of Norwegian Energy Solutions Young Professionals Board, and was this summer elected as chairman. Besides this, Emilie is very involved in student politics and is now a student representative in the university board.