Adipec unveils Decarbonization Zone to discuss low-carbon technologies
Category: #energy-and-environment  By Pranali Mehta  Date: 2022-08-05
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Adipec unveils Decarbonization Zone to discuss low-carbon technologies

Adipec, the world's most prominent gathering for energy industry experts, is reportedly introducing a new Decarbonization Zone this year. This new addition signifies the energy industry's rising need for decarbonization strategies.

According to the company, this zone will be a conference for leaders to discuss and talk about low-carbon technologies and the crucial role that the oil and gas sector plays in fast-tracking the revolutionary transformation from fossil fuels to a cleaner form of energy.

In order to achieve net-zero targets, a structural transformation of the energy industries and hydrogen CCUS and lowering methane emission is required. Apparently, new technologies will play a crucial role in that process.

To reach net-zero global warming by 2050, decarbonizing the world's energy will also be essential. The most important energy suppliers will discuss low-carbon technology and reinforce their policies in the Decarbonization Zone as they take further steps toward decarbonization.

Mark Brownstein, Senior Vice President for Energy Transition Environmental Defence Fund, has stated that the experts working in this industry understand the importance of decarbonization.

In addition, systematic change and sincere collaboration are the utmost requirements for attaining net-zero emissions. Considering this, Adipec is an ideal place for catering to the world's best producers and energy buyers at all levels of the business to discuss the solutions that are necessary for timely success, he added.

As per credible sources, the Decarbonization Conference is scheduled to be held at Decarbonization Theatre in November, as a captivating programme where global experts will come together to share their visions.

The discussion will be based on the most innovative strategies and technologies grounded on 4 essential themes for the industry: Hydrogen, Methane, CCUS (Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage), and New Energies. Meanwhile, the Decarbonization Conference will also highlight interviews and technical presentations from some prominent industry innovators and solution providers.

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