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Podcast ARC ENERGY IDEAS
Podcast ARC ENERGY IDEAS

ARC ENERGY IDEAS

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Join Peter Tertzakian and Jackie Forrest from the ARC Energy Research Institute as they explore trends that influence the energy business, including financial, ...
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Join Peter Tertzakian and Jackie Forrest from the ARC Energy Research Institute as they explore trends that influence the energy business, including financial, ...
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  • The Future of Energy: Hear from ExxonMobil at the World Petroleum Congress
    The 24th World Petroleum Congress (WPC) will be held in Calgary from September 17 to 21, 2023. The conference takes place every three years and has been described as the world’s leading assembly for the petroleum industry. The organizers are expecting 15,000 visitors and 5,000 delegates from over 100 countries.  This week, we hear from Matthew Crocker, Senior Vice President, Product, Strategy and New Assets, for ExxonMobil’s Low Carbon Solutions business. Matt, along with others from ExxonMobil will be at the WPC in Calgary.  Here are some of the questions Jackie and Peter asked Matt: ExxonMobil’s Global Outlook projects oil and natural gas will still make up more than half the world’s energy supply in 2050; why is ExxonMobil’s view of oil and gas demand more than some other scenarios such as the IEA’s Net Zero Emissions by 2050 (NZE)? Considering the amount of oil and natural gas demand in ExxonMobil’s Global Outlook, do you think it is possible to keep long-term global warming to less than 2°C? What was ExxonMobil’s intention for acquiring Denbury, a developer of CCUS solutions and enhanced oil recovery? What other investments is ExxonMobil making in CCS? Is ExxonMobil investing in biofuels? How is policy risk factored in when ExxonMobil makes low-carbon investments? Content referenced in this podcast:  The World Petroleum Congress registration information: https://www.24wpc.com/  ExxonMobil Global Outlook: Our view to 2050    Please review our disclaimer at: https://www.arcenergyinstitute.com/disclaimer/X (Twitter): @arcenergyinstLinkedIn: @ARC Energy Research InstituteSubscribe to ARC Energy Ideas PodcastApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsAmazon MusicSpotify
    2023-09-15
    33:37
  • Thought Leaders Gather at the World Petroleum Congress: Hear from CAPP and API
    The 24th World Petroleum Congress (WPC) will be held in Calgary from September 17 to 21, 2023. The conference takes place every three years and has been described as the world’s leading assembly for the petroleum industry. The organizers are expecting 15,000 visitors and 5,000 delegates from over 100 countries.  This week, we hear from Lisa Baiton, President and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), and Mike Sommers, President and CEO of the American Petroleum Institute (API). Both organizations will be at the WPC in Calgary.  Here are some of the questions Jackie and Peter asked: With Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, has energy security become a greater focus in North America? Does the United States still consider Canadian oil and gas foreign? With the recent run-up in oil prices, are you concerned about how consumers will react to higher prices for petroleum fuels?  Is the oil and gas industry reducing GHG emissions? What is your response to people who want oil and gas consumption to end soon? Do you think greenfield oil or gas pipelines can be built between the United States and Canada?  What is the outlook for LNG exports from the US and Canada?  Content referenced in this podcast:The World Petroleum Congress registration information: https://www.24wpc.com/  The Canadian conventional oil and natural gas sector emissions fell 24 percent in the last decade (CAPP analysis).  Please review our disclaimer at: https://www.arcenergyinstitute.com/disclaimer/X (Twitter): @arcenergyinstLinkedIn: @ARC Energy Research InstituteSubscribe to ARC Energy Ideas PodcastApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsAmazon MusicSpotify
    2023-09-12
    34:18
  • Summer 2023 Lookback: From Nuclear to Oil to Renewables
    Before you know it, summer is gone and its back to school!  Peter and Jackie look back on the energy headlines of summer 2023.   They start the podcast by discussing the new nuclear capacity announced in Ontario, with three additional small modular reactors (SMRs) announced and the potential for a significant expansion at the Bruce Power nuclear plant.  The excitement over room-temperature superconductors and another net-energy gain nuclear fusion reaction got their attention.  Next, a review of why oil prices rallied in July and the outlook for the supply-demand fundamentals for the remainder of the year. Finally, Peter and Jackie cover some additional news on the pause for new renewable energy permits in Alberta, as well as some feedback and clarification on the draft Clean Electricity Regulations.Content referenced on this podcast:·       Canada’s Draft Clean Electricity Regulation (released August 10, 2023) ·       The Alberta Government’s Frequently Asked Questions on the Renewables Inquiry and the Related Pause (August 25, 2023)Please review our disclaimer at: https://www.arcenergyinstitute.com/disclaimer/ Check us out on social media:X (Twitter): @arcenergyinst LinkedIn: @ARC Energy Research InstituteSubscribe to ARC Energy Ideas PodcastApple Podcasts Google Podcasts Amazon Music Spotify
    2023-08-29
    32:54
  • The UK Energy Balancing Act: Net Zero and Energy Security
    The United Kingdom (UK) has had to balance its net-zero ambitions with energy security after suffering from a price shock in 2021 that increased the cost of energy and forced them to stop importing Russian natural gas. This week, Lord Martin Callanan, the UK’s Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Energy Efficiency and Green Finance) at the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, joins the podcast. His responsibilities include CCUS, hydrogen, green finance, energy efficiency, and emissions trading. Here are some of the questions Jackie and Peter asked Lord Callanan: How do you respond to those that oppose the licensing of new North Sea oil and gas developments? Has the UK changed its policies or subsidies to compete with the US Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)?  How can a carbon-market approach with price volatility compete against the certainty of the IRA-style, subsidy-based policy? How does the UK structure offshore wind, nuclear, CCUS, and hydrogen incentives to attract capital?   Content referenced on this podcast:  See the live power generation on the UK’s National Grid: https://grid.iamkate.com/ See the latest carbon clearing prices in the UK Emissions Auctions: https://www.ice.com/marketdata/reports/278  Please review our disclaimer at: https://www.arcenergyinstitute.com/disclaimer/X (Twitter): @arcenergyinstLinkedIn: @ARC Energy Research InstituteSubscribe to ARC Energy Ideas PodcastApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsAmazon MusicSpotify
    2023-08-22
    43:57
  • Mixed Signals: Renewables Pause in Alberta While Feds Unveil Canada’s 2035 Net Zero Draft Policy
    The podcast is back after a summer break! This week, Vittoria Bellissimo, President and CEO of the Canadian Renewable Energy Association (CanREA) joins the podcast to discuss the recent developments in Canada’s electricity markets. On August 4th the Alberta government announced that Alberta is pausing new approvals for large-scale wind and solar projects for six months. Peter and Jackie asked Vittoria about the industry's reaction to this news and if a pause was required to address the concerns raised by the government, such as the impact on pristine landscapes, reclamation security requirements, and the implications for the reliability of the power grid.  A week later, the Canadian federal government released draft Clean Electricity Regulations. The policy aims to create a net zero electricity system in Canada by 2035.  Starting in 2025, the draft rules require all new power generation assets to have low emissions (limit of 30 tonnes of CO2/GWh) by 2035. Natural gas generation is permitted if the emissions are captured or if the facility is used for short periods or in emergencies.  Natural gas power plants built before 2025 can continue to operate with unabated emissions until they are 20 years old. Peter and Jackie discuss the draft policy, including the negative response from provinces with high-emitting power systems, including Alberta and Saskatchewan. Content referenced on this podcast: Canada’s Draft Clean Electricity Regulation (released August 10, 2023) Electricity Transformation Canada Conference is being held October 23-25 in Calgary  Please review our disclaimer at: https://www.arcenergyinstitute.com/disclaimer/ Check us out on social media:X (Twitter): @arcenergyinstLinkedIn: @ARC Energy Research InstituteInstagram: @arcenergyresearchinstituteYouTube: @arcenergyresearchinstitute9600Subscribe to ARC Energy Ideas PodcastApple PodcastsGoogle podcastsAmazon musicSpotify
    2023-08-15
    41:11

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