Learning Together: The role of subsurface in the energy transition

DATO: 09.10.2023

TID: 15.30

STED: Klubben

PRIS:  Gratis


On October 9th, UKA proudly presents Learning together with Equinor!

Equinor aims to take a leading role as the world advances towards a net-zero future by 2050. We believe that to reach this goal, we must collaborate both within and beyond Equinor. We need to work together, communicate together, innovate together, and learn together as we strive for a brighter future. But what role does the subsurface, a realm often hidden from view, play in the energy transition? Join our subsurface experts for an in-depth exploration of how Equinor harnesses the power beneath the surface to drive the energy transition forward. We look forward to hearing your insights on how we can achieve this together.

About the Company:
We are Equinor, a comprehensive energy company with nearly 22,000 colleagues dedicated to providing affordable energy to societies worldwide and leading the way in the energy transition. Our journey involves achieving net-zero emissions by optimizing our oil and gas portfolio, accelerating growth in renewables, and pioneering advancements in carbon capture and hydrogen.

Food: Sushi and drink vouchers
Time: 15:30 - 18:00

Registration can be done at Teknologiporten

Registration opens on September 25th at 12:00 PM, and the following fields of study are invited:

Petroleum Engineering, Technical Geosciences, Geology Natural Sciences and Material Technology, Engineering Science and ICT, Cybernetics and Robotics, Electronic System Design, Marine Technology, Industrial Economics and Technology Management, Industrial Chemistry and Biotechnology, Physics and Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering/Production, Oil and Gas Technology, Renewable Energy, Energy and Environment, Power Engineering, Process Engineering.

Any unexcused absence before 00:00 on the same day as this event will result in a mark that leads to exclusion from the company activities during UKA-23.

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