Houston can lure significant investment and hundreds of thousands of new jobs if the region takes decisive action to lead the global energy transition to a low-carbon future.
A globally renowned expert on carbon capture said this week that Houston is ideally positioned to become a world-class, net-zero industrial hub thanks to the region's infrastructure, natural resources and ...
Houston, already a leading hydrogen producer, has the ingredients to become a global hub for low-carbon hydrogen, a point stressed by leaders from across industry, government and community organizations on...
Keynote presentation on the Houston Energy Transition Initiative and guiding strategy from Bobby Tudor. As well as Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner.
Keynote presentation from Dr. Julio Friedmann on Houston as a net zero industrial hub and more on carbon capture use and storage.
A comprehensive look at how hydrogen can play a major role in our low-carbon energy future and how Houston can foster this technology.
As the Energy Capital of the World, Houston is the headquarters and the intellectual capital for virtually every segment of the energy industry including exploration, production, transmission, marketing, supply, and technology. The critical mass created by such a high concentration of companies and thought leaders in one geographic area yields opportunities for all sectors of the energy industry, including a growing focus on energy tech and renewable forms of energy.
Andrew Bruce of Data Gumbo and Al Carnrite of The Carnrite Group discuss the rise of ESG and its significance in the global energy transition.
Katie Mehnert of ALLY discusses the looming talent shortage and workforce diversity needs of today's energy industry.
Kirk Coburn of Shell Ventures sits down with LO3 Energy's Bill Collins to discuss the digitization of the energy industry.
Dale Winger of Halliburton Labs, and Mike Francis of Nanotech talk about finding solutions for cleaner, affordable energy.
Doug Moorehead of Broad Reach Power discusses the important role storage plays in the global energy transition and emerging technology in this space.
Emily Reichert discusses how Greentown Labs is leveraging Houston's robust energy ecosystem to power the climatetech revolution.
Works with leaders from local energy firms to recruit, develop and expand companies within the sector.
Engages industry and policy leadership at the local, state and federal levels to maintain sound energy policy.
Focuses on formulating and implementing a Smart Cities plan for the Houston region.