The tables are turning! The immediate crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic and the oil crisis will change the energy sector immediately and irrevocably. In this reality, more complex than ever, new energy business paradigms may emerge. New values may become dominant, now the fragility of our economic system has become visible. Companies that have existed for years may leave the playing field after the crisis, or at least have to reconsider their strategies. What do energy companies have to do in order to survive? How can they help to solve the unprecedented challenges the world faces? Speaker Bert Stuij gives his very tentative views on the future given all the uncertainties and is willing to answer your questions on this precarious topic.

Key points

  • The crises we face
  • How to stay competitive on the mid- and long term
  • An energy sector as part of the solution
  • Shifting values and paradigms
This webinar is in collaboration with St. Petersburg International Gas Forum

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The experts

Leon Stille

Leon Stille has been General Manager of the Energy Delta Institute since September 2019. Before that he worked for 7 years as Business Development Manager Renewable Gas & Innovation and Renewable Energy at the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO). He has also worked in commercial roles for several energy companies such as Dutch distribution system operator Alliander and international oil and gas technology supplier Frames. He holds an MSc in renewable energy technology and BSc in Earth Sciences from the University of Utrecht.

Leturer Energy Transition and Innovation & New Energy Realities

Bert Stuij

Bert Stuij (MSc.) is Vice President Innovation at the Energy Delta Institute (EDI) and Manager National Programmes/Energy at the Netherlands Enterprise Agency RVO, a government institution. At EDI, Stuij works on programme development and education with a specific focus on energy transition. At RVO, Stuij is responsible for renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy innovation policy. Previously Stuij worked in the private sector for Shell and at various semi-private institutions (Novem) and government agencies (SenterNovem, AgentschapNL).