World Energy Outlook

World Energy Outlook

VIC
May 31

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CEDA is pleased to welcome Jeremy Bentham, Shell's Vice President of Global Business Environment and a global expert on modelling future energy scenarios, to discuss the future of the sector around the world. Underpinned by the fact energy demand has surged, the supply of conventional energy is lagging demand and increased consumption is causing environmental strain, Jeremy will look at outline future energy scenarios in light of these conditions.

Speakers

Jeremy Bentham, Vice President Global Business Environment, Shell
 

 Public event
 31/05/2011
 Hilton on the Park, 192 Wellington Parade, Melbourne, VIC

 Energy/Resources/Mining
 Lunch (12.00pm to 2.00pm)

   

    

 
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EVENT OVERVIEW

Humanity is entering an era of "volatile transitions" as the effects of energy consumption on the environment become increasingly clear. This will impact political decision-making, the economy and the choices people make about the way they live. Effective collaboration between society, politicians and businesses will be vital in positively influencing how these transitions play out.

At a series of CEDA events in Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane, Jeremy Bentham, Vice President Global Business Environment at Shell, and the company's global expert on modelling future energy scenarios, will share thoughts around how these transitions may impact the global energy outlook. His presentations will be based on Shell's latest publication "Signals and Signposts" which outlines how governments, business and society may reconsider energy consumption and production scenarios, as the world grapples with tough energy and environmental choices and periods of uncertainty.

We welcome your participation and encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to dialogue with Jeremy Bentham on potential policies to deliver affordable solutions and technological innovations for the future.

MEET THE SPEAKER

Jeremy Bentham
Vice President Global Business Environment, Shell

Jeremy has been in the energy business for 30 years. He is a graduate of Oxford University where he read physics. He joined Shell in 1980 following post-graduate experience at the California Institute of Technology. He also holds a masters degree in management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he was a Sloan Fellow from 1990 to 1991.

Following experience in both research and technology process design, Jeremy worked in the areas of manufacturing economics, industry analysis and commercial information technology.  He then held line management positions coordinating commercial and production activities at a number of refinery facilities. Subsequently he became manager of corporate strategy analysis within the Corporate Centre of the Shell Group, and then led a strategic project for Shell's Exploration and Production Business.  

Jeremy joined the leadership team of Shell's global commercial technology company, Shell Global Solutions in 1999, with specific responsibility for commercial and strategic developments including new business. He was subsequently appointed as chief executive of Shell Hydrogen. Since January 2006 he has been responsible for Shell's Global Business Environment team, which is best known for developing forward-looking scenarios to support strategic thinking and direction-setting.

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CEDA Members and Guests

$154 per person
$1463.00 table x 10

Non Members

$264 per persnon

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