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FT Energy Source Live

April 7, 2022

What’s next for America’s transformation?

Soaring energy prices and the spectre of energy shortages in recent times have been stark reminders that the road to cleaner energy is far from smooth. The FT Energy Source Live summit will take a deep dive into the issues set to reshape the US energy industry in the years ahead, and ask what's next for America’s energy transformation.

Join industry CEOs, thought leaders, energy innovators, policymakers, investors and our world-class FT journalists to hear their expert insights. On a series of panels and roundtable discussions, they’ll look at the future of gas, tackling the methane challenge, how oil and gas pipelines will adapt to a lower-carbon world, before examining alternatives and opportunities in powering the US’s future in new energy industries from offshore wind to new nuclear and the rapidly transforming US midstream. Above all, they’ll ask whether the US can lead in the burgeoning new energy markets of the future.


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Key Discussion Topics

Decarbonisation strategies

The wave of high energy prices and supply shortages in Europe, as well as the COP26 international climate negotiations have important implications for America’s energy transformation. What's next for the US energy markets?

Prospects for US LNG and the future of gas

Recent supply and demand dislocations have left the world crying out for US oil and gas. Will we see a new boom in US LNG? Will demand hold long enough to justify LNG expansion and investment?

Is there a significant role for the US in the global hydrogen markets  of the future?

US policymakers have recently set out a ‘Hydrogen Shot’ initiative to slash the cost of green hydrogen by 80 per cent to $1 per kilogramme in the coming 10 years. How achievable is the US ‘Hydrogen Shot’ target?

Carbon removal and management in the US

Is carbon removal at gigaton scale possible? What is the investment case and the business model for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) and Direct Air Capture (DAC), and can they be viable?

Tackling the Methane Challenge

How will the measures impact US oil & gas production, as well as prices? Will new rules lead to higher energy prices for consumers, or ultimately create value in new revenue streams in greener gas and job creation?

Offshore wind in the US - powering America’s green energy future?

What role will offshore wind play in the Biden Administration’s plans to decarbonise the power sector by 2035 and to reduce emissions by 50% from 2005 levels by 2030?


April 7, 2022


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