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Webinar Video

Friday, 1 January 1999, 12:00 a.m.–12:00 a.m., Houston, TX

Female Leaders in Energy: Past, Present and Future

Join three generations of industry leaders for an interactive session the role of women in energy and how diversity helps organizations grow and succeed during challenging times. Panelists will share personal experiences from their careers and review corporate approaches to implementing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development goals for gender equality. Don’t miss this opportunity to be inspired! Webinar presented via Zoom on 5 November 2020 8:00 to 10:00 Houston time, CST (UTC-6)

Webinar Video

Friday, 1 January 1999, 12:00 a.m.–12:00 a.m., Houston, TX

Carbon Capture Use and Storage – Making Petroleum and Industrial Processes More Sustainable

Hear experts in an interactive discussion as the consider the environmental, economic and societal implications of Carbon Capture Use and Storage (CCUS). A technology designed to reduce CO2 emissions across the energy system. Panelists will share global best practices and discuss the benefits that CCUS brings both to the environment and to companies who include the technology in their portfolio.

Webinar Video

Friday, 1 January 1999, 12:00 a.m.–12:00 a.m., Bogota, Colombia - AAPG Region Office

COVID's Effect on the Energy Sector: From Crisis to Transformation

Hear panelists’ views on how COVID-19 has affected the legal, financial and technological sectors of the energy industry and what they expect for the future. Send questions and comments for speakers, and make your voice heard in virtual roundtables held after the panel. Forum registration is free of charge thanks to support from our sponsors.

Webinar Video

Friday, 1 January 1999, 12:00 a.m.–12:00 a.m., Bogota, Colombia - AAPG Region Office

New Roadmaps for Unconventional Resources: Moving Forward in an Uncertain Energy Market

Panelists will discuss current unconventional resource activities in North America, including key plays that remain competitive and potential for future growth. They also will address the key challenges for unconventional resources to stay competitive in the global market: maintaining cashflow, reducing expenditures, improving capital and production efficiencies and managing resources.