Tag: Energy Transition
“Don’t Try To Stop It, Work To Outperform It” Featuring Jarand Rystad, Rystad Energy
Today we were delighted to host Jarand Rystad, CEO of Rystad Energy. Jarand founded Rystad Energy in 2004 following a long tenure with McKinsey & Company to build an independent research and consulting company rooted in granular data.
“This Is The Lowest Hanging Fruit” Featuring Georges Tijbosch, MiQ
Today we had the pleasure of hosting Georges Tijbosch, CEO of MiQ in our office for a special edition COBT.
“Energiewende” Featuring Dr. Lars Schernikau, Author of “The Unpopular Truth”
Today we had the opportunity to visit with Dr. Lars Schernikau, economist, entrepreneur, commodity trader, and Co-Author of “The Unpopular Truth about Electricity and the Future of Energy.”
“Almost Everything You’re Proud Of Was Invented Here” Featuring Jigar Shah, US DOE Loan Programs Office
We are excited to share this special edition with you featuring our good friend Jigar Shah, Director of the US Department of Energy Loan Programs Office (LPO).
“Reality Is Stubborn” Featuring Dr. Dan Yergin, S&P Global
It was our honor today to welcome back our good friend Dr. Dan Yergin, Vice Chairman of S&P Global and Chairman of CERAWeek. Dan is the Pulitzer Prize winning author of “The Prize” and is a highly esteemed and revered voice in the energy space.
“COP 37 Will Be Very Interesting” Featuring Stan Miranda, Partners Capital
We had a fantastic session today with Stan Miranda, Founder and Chairman of Partners Capital. Stan co-founded Partners Capital in 2001 with a goal to transform investment strategy.
“We Don’t Agree With The Idea That Scarcity Is The Solution To Climate” Featuring Armond Cohen, Clean Air Task Force
Today we had the opportunity to visit with Armond Cohen, Co-Founder and President of the Clean Air Task Force (CATF). Armond co-founded the CATF over 25 years ago with a mission to decarbonize global energy systems through modeling and systems analysis, technology innovation, and policy advocacy with a focus on diversification of energy sources.
“Disasters Happen As A Result Of Tiny Decisions” Featuring Katherine Blunt, Reporter and Author of “California Burning”
we had the pleasure of hosting Katherine Blunt, Renewables and Utilities Reporter for The Wall Street Journal and Author of “California Burning: The Fall of Pacific Gas and Electric and What it Means for America’s Power Grid”
Veriten “Goes Nuclear,” Adds Brett Rampal to Enhance Nuclear Sector Expertise
June 9, 2022
HOUSTON, June 9, 2022 – Veriten, a knowledge and media platform focused on energy, technology, and environmental trends, today announced the addition of nuclear industry veteran Brett Rampal as Director, Nuclear and Power Strategy. Rampal joins Veriten from the Clean Air Task Force, a pragmatic, non-ideological advocacy group focused on catalyzing rapid development and deployment…