Meet our Sponsors

The PESGB and The Geological Society of London would like to extend our gratitude to each of our EGC1 Sponsors. Without their support, much of the conference just wouldn’t be possible!

Why Sponsor?

Sponsorship of the inaugural event of this exciting new conference series will position your organisation as a supporter of earth science’s leading role in finding and developing lower carbon solutions through the energy transition. We have a range of sponsorship opportunities available, all of which can be tailored to meet your specific business objectives. Sponsors will also be featured in the landmark Conference Proceedings, published after the conference by the Geological Society.

For more information and to receive a copy of our sponsorship prospectus, please contact: [email protected] or [email protected]

Please take a moment to find out more about our sponsors and don’t forget to connect with them at the event.

 

 

EBN

We see it as our responsibility to make a contribution to society’s ambitions in relation to the climate. We do this by making a  contribution to making the traditional gas value chain more sustainable. Throughout the chain, EBN can use its influence by bringing parties together and by contributing capital, infrastructure, knowledge and expertise in actual projects. In respect of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, EBN has an advisory role due to its knowledge of the subsurface and the gas value/energy value chain.

W: www.ebn.nl
E: [email protected]

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North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA)

The role of the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) is to regulate and influence the oil, gas and carbon storage industries. We help drive North Sea energy transition, realising the significant potential of the UK Continental Shelf as a critical energy and carbon abatement resource. We hold industry to account on halving upstream emissions by 2030.

W: www.nstauthority.co.uk
E: [email protected]

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Soliton Resources Limited

North Sea exploration to limit the UK’s dependence on imported oil and gas.

W: www.solitonresources.co.uk
E: [email protected]

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