Austin, Texas – Leading energy experts will gather for UT Energy Week on issues such as energy transfer, mining, industrial decommissioning and hydrogen futures. 2022Austin University of Texas Symposium.
UT Energy Week is an annual event featuring the scope and depth of energy research at UT Austin, the world’s leading energy university. Participate in free and open-ended virtual events from industry, government, non-profit organizations and academia leaders.
Speakers include Chevron, Intel, Shell, the US Department of Energy, leading renewable energy companies, and academics from the University on sustainability and energy leadership.
UT Energy Week is hosted by the Institute of Energy and is supported by Ustine colleges and schools of energy research. The event marks the culmination of a three-year multi-million dollar research initiative by Ut Austin.
When to die Monday, February 28, 4 – 7:15 p.m.
Tuesday, March 1, 9 am – 5 pm
Wednesday, March 2, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Where to go To register for free, please visit the UT Energy Week registration page. All UT Energy Week 2022 programs will be broadcast live. Some presentations are open to the public at UT Austin. Here is a full list of physical and mixed events.
World Health Organization: A full list of speakers is here.
A few highlights
For the full event schedule, please see the UT Energy Week online program.
Key Note Talk Do Not Disturb with Texas Reach Single Star State to Net-Zero by 2050
Monday, February 28, 4:10 – 5 p.m.
Michael Weber, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Austin Austin, will deliver the keynote address for Energy Week: Weber predicts the outcome of a forthcoming comprehensive study of a successful comprehensive strategy to stabilize Texas, the world’s energy capital. In the second half of this session, Professor Brian Corgel will interview Weber to discuss the implications of the report and to address questions from virtual guests, students, and the media.
UT Energy Symposium – The Future of Energy
Tuesday, March 1, 12 ፡ 30 – 1 ፡ 30 p.m.
Chevron Vice President for Strategy and Sustainability Bruce El Nimeyer discusses how today’s global energy markets are shaped by two major forces: macroeconomic issues: future global energy demand and global efforts to reduce emissions. Reasonable, reliable and always clear energy is essential for human development, and balancing these dynamics will be crucial for future energy markets.
Panel: Emergence of Energy Ecology in Austin, Texas
Tuesday, March 1, 3 – 4 p.m.
Although Austin has been a growing technology hub for more than half a century, the region has recently become more recognized as an energy innovation center. What are the elements that make the region more attractive to the creative ecosystem? Join a panel of experts to discuss.
Panel: Hydrogen storage and energy sector
Wednesday, March 2, 9:45 – 10:45 p.m.
Certified and cost-effective hydrogen storage solutions are needed to balance hydrogen economy, short-term and long-term storage needs.
This includes specific target applications, each with different surface and ground storage technologies during storage periods.
This session will address current needs for hydrogen storage technologies and technology development, as well as solutions from reservoir engineering, geological, tank design and manufacturing and energy economics.