BP Energy Outlook- with a focus on Europe

Organisation:
CIEP
Location:
online
Date:
28 October 2020
Participation:
pre-register below to receive link
Contact Jasper Meijering

Overview

With great pleasure the Clingendael International Energy Programme invites you to the presentation of the BP Energy Outlook 2020 by William Zimmern,  Head of Global Macroeconomics, followed by a response from Martien Visser, Associate Fellow, CIEP.

The online event will take place: on Wednesday 28 October 2020, from 10.30 - 12.00 on the Teams platform.*

If you are interested in participating in this event, please pre-register here

Speaker:

William Zimmern

Head of Global Macroeconomics BP

 

Respondent:

Martien Visser

Associate Fellow CIEP

 

Chair:

Coby van der Linde

Director CIEP

 

The BP Energy Outlook 2020 is a widely respected and authoritative publication in the field of energy economics, used for reference by the media, academia, world governments and energy companies.

 

This presentation will take us through BP’s updated energy scenarios and focus specifically on implications in the European context. Mr. Zimmern will furthermore address the impact of Covid-19, the pace of renewable energy growth and the potential roles for natural gas, hydrogen and bioenergy in the energy transition.  

 

CIEP’s Associate Fellow, Martien Visser, will comment on the scenarios sketched from a Dutch perspective and will join in a questions and answers session on the discussed topics. 

Should you be unavailable at this moment or feel that one of your colleagues has a special interest in this event, we would be glad to welcome another representative of your organisation. After registration, we will send you a confirmation email and link to access the webinar.

For further inquiries, contact Jasper Meijering at ciepevents@clingendaelenergy.com

Yours sincerely,

Coby van der Linde
Director CIEP


*Please note that the Q&A session is conducted under the Chatham House Rule. When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the participants, may be revealed.