Future of Cars: auto industry trends. Robot drivers, e-vehicles, flying cars - keynote speaker

Future of Marketing - key messages, seconds before start of my marketing keynote - VIDEO

Future of Personalised Mailings. Totally customised high speed print, programmatic marketing keynote- VIDEO

Next-generation print marketing - programmatic printing, integrated marketing - keynote speaker VIDEO

Totally personal books: future of book printing, customisation, short print runs. Publishing keynote VIDEO

Future of Programmatic Marketing. Integrate print and e-marketing. Futurist keynote speaker VIDEO

Feed Your Gut Microbes! Huge impact of nutrition on health and Microbiome. Futurist health keynote VIDEO

Trust is the most important thing you sell - health marketing keynote speaker - Dr Patrick Dixon - VIDEO

How to get timing right in business - new products and services.Innovation. Futurist keynote speaker - VIDEO

Sustainable energy in cities: Green Tech - Combined Heat and Power (CHP) vital role. Keynote Speaker - VIDEO

Future of Animal Health: vets, pets and farming for Boehringer Ingleheim by Futurist Keynote Speaker - VIDEO

Future Cancer Treatment: expect rapid improvement. Futurist keynote for Pfizer by Dr Patrick Dixon - VIDEO

Future of Energy Industry, Oil and Gas, Green Tech - keynote speaker

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Future of Energy Industry, including Oil, Gas and Green Tech - Futurist articles, videos, keynote conference presentations. Patrick Dixon is one of the world's best-known Futurist keynote speakers, has worked with hundreds of the world's largest companies and has been ranked one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today. Clients include BP, ExxonMobil, General Electric, Shell, BASF, Copesul (Brazil), Rio Tinto, Altstrom Grid, European Petrochemical Association (EPCA), Suez Environmental, Sandvik Mining Tech, Imerys, Danish Wind Energy Association, Danfoss, Hindalco, Indurama, Houston Energy Forum, Royal Dutch Chemical Association, Koch, Hager Group, SHV Gas, Gasunie, Sulzer, Vattenfall, Veitch, Veolia - plus hundreds of other multinationals on issues related to energy saving and sustainability. Dixon has given Futurist keynotes on a wide range of oil and energy related trends to audiences in North America, Central America, Latin America, Western Europe, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Baltic States, Scandinavia, Africa, Central Asia, South East Asia and Asia Pacific. Note related resources in Environment and Sustainability part of this website.

 

Future Energy Industry - solving HR talent crisis in industry where up to 40% of engineers will retire in 5 years

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Media interview: Petronas International Human Resource Summit, Malaysia. From a people perspective, what do you think are the three key HR Oil & Gas challenges that are facing the Asian region today? Every HR challenge and every HR-related global trend is related in our increasingly hyper-connected world so it is hard to list just three challenges in isolation.  Here are three issues that closely mesh together....Need a world-class human resources keynote speaker for your event? Phone or e-mail Patrick Dixon now.

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Future of Oil Industry - what price for a barrel? Futurist comment on oil industry

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The energy industry has to take a long term view of oil prices:  building gas power stations, solar farms or drilling new oil wells all require big investments with long pay-back periods. One of the greatest challenges for our world (and for future energy supplies) is that oil is so cheap – not to buy, but to get out of the ground in many places.    Many oil wells operate profitably at around $15-20 a barrel – which is above the 1999 oil price.  But oil sold at that price encourages over-use and puts most green tech companies out of business.

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Future Oil Prices - Energy Industry Trends and Growth of Solar Power

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Future energy prices and impact on alternative power generation.

Siemens technology to carry power thousands of kilometres with low power loss, using direct current rather than alternating current.

Opportunity to power Europe from Sahara Desert or whole of America from Arizona desert. Innovations in power storage eg using national networks of electric car batteries. Conference keynote lecture by Patrick Dixon, for Red Prairie, audience of logistics...

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Future Energy Prices - Impact on Green Technology, Food Packaging

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Future of energy prices and impact on manufacturing / green tech innovation / energy saving / carbon emission cuts.

Innovations in the energy industry - green technology, alternative power generation and other issues covered in SustainAgility book.

Conference keynote lecture by Patrick Dixon, for Tetrapak , audience of food and drink packaging executives.

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Smart Power Regulation - Energy Saving

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Smart power regulation means that spikes of electricity demand can be managed by automatically turning off certain devices in factories, offices and homes when the grid is under strain.  It also means that electricity pricing can be varied from hour to hour depending on demand. Power companies have huge challenges managing peak demand and the result is wasted energy and extra costs.  Take Australia:  on the hottest four days a year, energy use can jump by over 50% compared to the average.  10% of the entire generating capacity of the country is used for just four days a year.

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Biofuels Controversy and Climate Change

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Turning food into fuel has been widely promoted by many national leaders as a great way to beat the fuel crisis, while also reducing reliance on unstable oil and gas suppliers. However biofuels have also been blamed for higher food prices, food shortages in the poorest nations, hunger riots and fall of governments. US market for biodiesel is  larger than a billion gallons a year and Federal directives require this to rise to at least 36 billion gallons a year by 2022.  The European Union requires at least 5.75% of all transport fuel to be made from biofuel by 2010, rising to 10% by 2020.

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Wind Turbines and Global Warming

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[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlv5-iuyriA 300 250]Windmills have been used for centuries – using wind to turn machinery.  Electricity generation using wind also has a long history, but has only taken off in the last three to five years, now growing 30% a year.   Wind already provides a peak global capacity greater than 100 gigawatts – to compare, the entire UK uses only a peak of 57 gigawatts.   Denmark produces 19% of electricity this way, Spain 9%, Ireland 6% and Germany 6%. The current US contribution of wind to electricity is only 1% but this could rise to 15% by 2020.

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Future of Oil Prices: Middle East, global economy

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Future trends relating to energy prices and oil price per barrel. Impact on global economic growth of rising oil prices. Balance between oil production and oil consumption. Peak oil and proven global oil reserves -- why they are rising. Oil from coal -- future trends in coal industry. Petroleum based products and petrochemical industry -- growing demand for all kinds of commodities including steel, copper, oil, coal, gas, all part of the growth of emerging economies such as China, India, Indonesia, Brazil, Malaysia, South ...

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Carbon Capture - Climate Change Business

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Carbon capture is the only way to burn fossil fuels without damaging the environment and our future will depend on it. Carbon Capture means collecting carbon dioxide gas from coal, oil or gas-fired power stations, and storing it permanently underground (sequestration). It is the most important way to reduce carbon emissions in electricity production, is available now and could be scaled up very rapidly. The size of the carbon market over the next 20 years could be greater than $500 billion – a single carbon capture and storage installation at a large plant can cost up to $1 billion to build.

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Energy Use Consulting - Boom Industry

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Expect 5% of all expenditure on reducing carbon use to be spent on advisors, technical consultants, energy auditors, regulatory compliance and related services.   That’s a potential market of £20bn a year globally - 3% of total annual spending of up to $2 trillion.

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Iceland Volcano Eruption - Geothermal Power Potential

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The volcano eruption has forced millions of people to think the unthinkable: a world without air travel.  Its impact  across Europe is nothing compared to the possible impact of global warming by 2050. Such eruptions remind us of the vast energy beneath our feet, which could power our future. There is 250,000 times more geothermal energy available than is currently used – enough to power the lives of 7 billion people many times over, so long as it can be distributed from the most suitable sites to where it is needed.

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Solar Cell Roofing and Climate Change

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If used on a large scale, solar cells could significantly reduce carbon emissions.  If a total land area 1% of the size of Texas was covered in solar cells with 30% efficiency, it would provide enough to power the whole of America.  (National Renewable Energy Laboratory figures).

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Low Energy Streetlights and Global Warming

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New technology lamps pay for themselves in four years, and save 60% of usual annual electricity bills thereafter.  Street lighting uses up to 5% of national energy in some nations – 38% of total energy used in lighting.  This can be cut easily to less than 2% with new lamps.

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Future of Oil Industry when will oil run out? Kuwait and region

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Future of energy industry, oil, gas, coal. impact on Middle East and Kuwait economy, When will oil run out? Estimates for "peak oil" and other energy issues. Dubai property crisis and efforts to develop desert cities that can survive without subsidy from oil wells. Challenges to Dubai following global economic shocks. Green technology and sustainability, SustainAgility book key themes. Comment by Futurist conference keynote speaker Patrick Dixon in Kuwait City following day with Kuwait Oil Company on leadership, motivation, strategy and green technology innovation. ...

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Future of Energy Industry - how to solve HR talent crisis - HR trends keynote speaker - Futurist SLIDES

Futurist Keynote Speaker: Posts, Slides, Videos - Future Energy, Oil Industry Trends - Keynotes

Future of energy industry in Asia. How HR innovation will solve talent shortages to fill key posts and ensure energy industry projects are completed on time. Keys to change management, motivation, better team performance, lower staff turnover, fewer vacancies and more agile workforce. How to attract the best talent from competing energy companies. Future of oil and gas industry. Shortage of skilled workers in alternative energies, coal, gas, nuclear power. Strategies for a more sustainable future. Patrick Dixon is a conference keynote speaker and co-author of SustainAgility. Presentation for Urban Forum in Malaysia. Every HR challenge and every HR-related global trend is related in our increasingly hyper-connected world so it is hard to list just three challenges in isolation. Here are three issues that closely mesh together. 1. Rapid changes in the global energy markets 2. Rapid changes in national energy strategies in Asia 3. Rapid changes in Asia labour markets / urban migration / demographics The fact is that global energy strategies, which must be built on related HR strategies, are being overtaken by events. The world is changing faster than you can hold a board meeting. A 20 second earthquake in Japan triggered a 40 year change in energy policy in Japan and Germany with far reaching global consequencies for the oil and gas work force. That means a completely new approach to strategy: the days of having only one strategy are over. Agility requires parrallel strategic thinking. 2. The O&G/Energy industry by its nature tends to recruit and promote technical and professional specialists into managerial and leadership positions because they are experts in their specialist subjects, but quite often their leadership/management capabilities are left underdeveloped. This can result in highly logical managers being very good with numbers and science but not particularly good at the things which motivate and encourage people. What are your thoughts on this? The challenge happens both ways round: world-class specialists with less developed leadership skills, and world class leaders with less developed specialist understanding. We need both. Oil and gas industry leaders can learn from other industries such as law, accounting and financial services where history has proven how dangerous it is to build organisations on data , elaborate forecasts and so on, without close attention to how team members feel, whether they believe in what they are doing, and whether they like being at work. I work with many groups of highly analytical leaders to develop their wider people skills. The key is to help each leader understand (often to their surprise) just how often their own personal, day to day decisions are influenced by “soft” emotional factors, and how they can use that understanding to achieve outstanding team performance.

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