Eldar Sætre will address the main theme of ONS 2016, Transition, during the Opening Ceremony. Although the industry will experience significant changes in the future, Sætre sees them as opportunities, not threats. What he believes to be crucial, though, is to continue to recruit the brightest young minds to the energy industry.
The theme for ONS 2016 was Transition, and was the inspiration for the ONS Artist for 2016, Marit Victoria Wulff Andreassen. Her artwork was displayed outdoors in the festival area in the harbour of Stavanger.
Daniel Yergin is a leading authority on energy, geopolitics, and the global economy, bestselling author, and a winner of the Pulitzer Prize. He is Vice Chairman of IHS and founder of IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates.
Lord Browne of Madingley is Executive Chairman of L1 Energy, an international business investing in energy. At ONS 2016 Lord Brown will present views on the Norwegian Continental Shelf from a global perspective.
Schlumberger’s Catherine MacGregor to speak at ONS 2016
Catherine MacGregor is President of Schlumberger for Europe and Africa. She will participate in a conference session at ONS 2016 addressing global energy projects and activities in main oil and gas regions.
More than 180 different technologies were submitted before the deadline on 2 February. All of them compete to be presented at the new Technical Sessions at ONS 2016. What an amazing response to our new conference feature!
Former leaders of MI6 and CIA to speak at ONS 2016
Future global trends, geopolitical challenges and cyber threats. These are issues the energy industry needs to be prepared for, along with higher demands for security measures. Sir John Scarlett and John McLaughlin will enlighten conference delegates at ONS 2016.
CEO of Lundin Petroleum Alex Schneiter to speak at ONS 2016
Alex Schneiter is the top leader of Lundin Petroleum, one of the most successful companies on the Norwegian Shelf over the last years. With three major discoveries in the portfolio, and bold plans to continue exploring in the Barents Sea, there should be enough to cover at ONS 2016.