OGTC - Mentoring support to technology start up's
OGTC in Aberdeen
Steven volunteers as a mentor to the OGTC to support early stage technology start up's within the sector.
Their purpose is to support the oil and gas industry to develop and deploy technology to accelerate the transition to an affordable net zero North Sea.
They co-invest with industry to diversify our supply chain and create a technology led, globally competitive supply chain for our future net zero energy system. They are committed to a culture of innovation and helping to attract the next generation of engineers and scientists to our industry.
Their website can be found by clicking here.
Innovation at Work
OGTC invests in partnership with industry, local and national government, and academia to address major energy challenges, working across a range of sectors from renewables to manufacturing. People and technical innovation are at the heart of what they do.
Using our skills, capabilities and commitment to a better future, they believe technical innovation can ensure that the transition to a net zero North Sea is also affordable and competitive. Delivering technology which ensures that hydrocarbon is produced in the North Sea with a net zero footprint - while also unlocking the potential of carbon sequestration, blue and green hydrogen - and supporting the growth of the renewable sector is a goal we all share. This is critical to delivering a net zero UK.
They will deliver this technology by partnering with a diverse network of stakeholders to create a culture of innovation, diversify the supply chain and unlock the full potential of a net zero North Sea.
To facilitate the delivery of this transformation, they have a technology vision which reimagines the North Sea. A vision that aims to eliminate emissions from existing facilities, while also working to unlock the full potential of an integrated energy system, working in partnership with renewables and transforming the North Sea for a new and digital future. This is a combination of addressing existing activity, diversifying into new energy systems and ensuring that all of this is done with the right materials, the right integration and right control systems.