Vice President, Strategy & Advocacy
ExxonMobil’s Low Carbon Solutions Business
In this role, Erik is leading the company’s efforts to advocate for the appropriate government policies and regulations that will be needed to incentivize the wide-scale development and deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology around the world.
He will give the audience some insight on what carbon capture and storage actually is, how ExxonMobil’s new concept CCS will help to safely store CO2 in the Houston area. Why Houston? Mr. Oswald will explain just that, as well as how much CO2 this new concept could save. He will explain ExxonMobil’s role in helping to minimize emissions at a lower societal cost compared to other technologies.
Thursday, September 23
Tickets, sponsorships and booth reservations for the
2021 Gulf Coast Industry Forum are available!
Click the links below to register in-person or virtually and to secure your sponsorship spot.
When: Thursday, September 23, 2021
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Where: in-person at the Pasadena Convention Center
& virtually online
Including topics such as: Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), CCS-why Houston region, ExxonMobil’s role in minimizing emissions, lower societal cost compared to other technologies
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