SS01 HSE & Sustainability: Part I - Tangible Pathways to Net Zero Carbon Emissions / Part II - Artificial Intelligence as a Catalyst to Accelerate HSSE Objectives
Monday, 16 October
Hemisphere Ballroom C1
Part I: Tangible Pathways to Net Zero Carbon Emissions (2:00pm – 3:15pm) The first part of this session aims to draw industry professionals, academia, government policymakers, private sector and the general public, to discuss how the oil and gas industry, through innovative technologies such as emissions mitigation, CCUS and DAC, is contributing towards carbon reduction, negative emissions as well as advancements in renewable energy and storage systems. In addition, the session will cover tools to measure progress, and regulatory and investment frameworks to meet the NZE goal by 2050. Anyone interested in the sustainability of oil and gas, transferable capitals (i.e., finance and technical knowhow) to support renewables, e.g., the integration of wind-solar-thermal-battery energy mix with CCUS, modular state-of-the-art technologies in energy storage and conversion, and the governance of these processes, should attend this session. Part II: AI as a Catalyst to Accelerate HSSE Objectives (3:45pm – 5:00pm) The second part of this session explores the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in accelerating Health, Safety, Security, and Environment (HSSE) & Sustainability objectives within organizations. AI's integration into HSSE practices offers significant opportunities for safety enhancement, incident reduction, operational optimization, and sustainability goals. The session highlights and discusses key benefits, challenges, and strategies to effectively leverage AI for HSSE improvement.
Speaker(s)Thomas Rehm, Fellow and Founding Member - Climate Solutions Community - American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)