In the Northsea, over the last 50 years, an extensive network of pipelines, platforms, subsea installations has been developed to produce oil and gas for offshore fields. Currently, production is in decline and preparations are made to start decomm[...]
Hi Young Professional! The working group Young Professionals explores different routes for Oil & Gas in the energy transition, such as system integration, the North Sea energy challenge and financing the transition. Meetings include gaming[...]
The recovery factory of oil and gas fields can be significantly enhanced by applying innovative monitoring, Big data, intelligence data, modeling and optimization tools. This digital oil and gas field technology, also sometimes called Smart Fields / [...]
The Dutch subsurface can be an excellent source of Geothermal energy, mainly in the form of heat. Using the stable temperature in the shallow subsurface, geothermal energy is used in combination with heat pumps for generating heating or cooling of[...]
Working in harsh environments, such as offshore and subsea, or in remote areas or extreme sour gas fields require more automation and remote operation. Furthermore, with decreasing number of expert staff available, remote operation enables optimiza[...]
Carbon capture, utalisation and storage is being developed to reduce the emission of CO2 into the air from power plants or process installations. Until now, most of the effort has been on reducing the cost of capturing the CO2 at acceptable cost an[...]
René Peters is currently Director Gas Technology at TNO, Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research. He is responsible for technology development in the areas such as LNG, Gas Transport and Storage, Unconventional Gas, Exploration and Biogas. He is also chairman of the European Forum for Reciprocating Compressors (www.recip.org) and of the EERA Shale Gas Initiative.Contact
Jan Prins is working as Director Business Development for Oil & Gas at Siemens The Netherlands with his team responsible for the Global Oil & Gas market and reports directly to Siemens AG Headquarters Vertical Market Management Oil & Gas.
Beside his extensive work experience in Business Development, Sales, Project management and Engineering in several industries, he has got an open mind set for collaboration, partnerships, new opportunities, technical innovations, and provides the community with his fundamental knowledge and his well-connected network in the energy, oil & gas industry and other industries
Ewald is manager energy transitions at Shell Nederland. He joined Shell in 1983 in market research and communications and held different positions in marketing & sales and strategy & scenarios. During his position in the strategy and policy department of the Shell Pensionfund, he obtained his PhD. in economics at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. In his current role Ewald connects Shell to the external world with innovations such as gas-to-liquids (GTL Fuel), LNG and Shell Mobility Card and represents Shell in many external projects like the Dutch Energy Agreement. Next to this role he is also focal point for
Grants & Incentives, e.g. Horizon 2020 projects and Dutch programmes.