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During the four months prior to the Forum, AAPG Will be hosting dedicated 1hour webinars focused on each one of the sessions, bringing together high level speakers that will introduce each of the topics and start shaping the discussion. The webinars are free and open to everyone from everywhere.

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Thursday, 13 January 2022, 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., London, UK - AAPG Region Office

Maximizing Future Impact of Geoscientists

"Energy Transition Forum Webinar" frames an aspirational vision for how geoscientists can drive impact on a truly global scale during the Energy Transition. Geoscientists today face a daunting, multi-faceted challenge of shifting to a net-zero energy future, supplying the energy the world needs today, and doing both while also shaping a fulfilling, long-term career. The time is now for the Geoscience community to step up and tackle these parallel challenges proactively. To do so, geoscientists need to bring entrepreneurial vision, discipline expertise, technological innovation, and deep integration. Experts in these four fields will share how they do this and discuss how geoscience can maximize its contribution to the energy of both today and tomorrow.


Thursday, 10 February 2022, 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., London, UK - AAPG Region Office

Sustainability & Emerging Geoscience Sectors

Diversification and greening of the energy sector is required more than ever to meet net-zero targets. A new portfolio of energy sources and storage is required but how will this look like in the future? Can renewables be sufficiently scaled up, whilst remaining economic? Can we continue to justify carbon capture and storage? This webinar will dive into these questions, plus more, and lay the foundation for further discussion at the Forum on 19th May.


Thursday, 10 March 2022, 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., London, UK - AAPG Region Office

Digitalization Impacting Geoscience

The most compelling business challenge facing leaders everywhere is to prepare their company to win in the digital future. This panel discussion will explore how successful companies are navigating the digital landscape, how they generate value and equip their workforce of the future for success.


Thursday, 7 April 2022, 2:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., London, UK - AAPG Region Office

Skills and Capabilities Required for the Geoscientists of the Future

Skills and Capabilities for the Geoscientists of the Future webinar will explore the theme of the skillsets and mindsets required to meet the skills gap in a rapidly accelerating energy transition. Our approach will take a provocative stance, engaging “disrupters” and strategic thinkers from across both industry and academia into the discussion to give a truly global perspective.