An all-day conference aimed at oil and gas engineering companies based in the North East and individuals wishing to learn about why and how to make a transition into Clean Tech from those who have already done it has been organised for May 23rd in Aberdeen.
The Conference outlines the business imperatives for such a shift, examples of clean tech businesses and the economic opportunities, the transferability of workforce and business from oil and gas into clean tech, and advice on how to make the transition and the different business models and support available.
The Oil and Gas Industry has played, and continues to play, a huge part in the economic wellbeing of the North East of Scotland. In light, however of climate change and the UK and Scottish Governments’ commitment to reducing carbon emissions to net zero over the next decades, together with the reducing accessibility of oil and gas reserves in the North Sea, it will be beneficial to oil and companies to consider options to diversify and expand into new burgeoning areas of opportunity.
This Conference will outline the need for and business opportunities in diversifying from oil and gas into clean tech, and provide a blueprint of how to do it. It harnesses the experience and knowledge of some truly inspiring business leaders to identify the clean tech opportunities out there, how the skills and experiences in the oil and gas industry can transfer across and how to make that transition into Clean Tech.