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Energy Workforce COO Discusses Sustainability Priorities at ConocoPhillips Forum

Energy Workforce COO Molly Determan

Energy Workforce and Technology Council COO Molly Determan participated on a panel, Changing Landscapes and Net Zero Alignment, at the ConocoPhillips Supplier Sustainability Forum this week. Panelists discussed COP priorities, net zero goals, the role of oil and gas in energy expansion, and the work the industry is doing in biodiversity, water and social areas. The panel also focused on working with suppliers to collaborate and align on decarbonization metrics.

“The energy services and technology sector is a critical partner in achieving sustainability goals for our operators like ConocoPhillips. The more we can take sustainability initiatives from another set of activity-based actions to proactive, collaborative partnerships with aligned ambitions, it will lead to significant advancements towards a lower carbon future while ensuring access to affordable, reliable energy.”

COO Molly Determan, Energy Workforce & Technology Council

In addition to Determan, panelists included representatives from ConocoPhillips and the industry they supply, including Warwick King, Vice President Low Carbon Technologies, ConocoPhillips; Kirk Johnson, Senior Vice President, L48 Asset Operations, ConocoPhillips; Colin Stevenson, Chief Procurement Officer, ConocoPhillips; and Rachel Jones, Vice President Energy & Resources Policy, National Association of Manufacturers.

Corry Schiermeyer, Senior Director Communications, writes about governmental policies for the Energy Workforce & Technology Council. Click here to subscribe to the Energy Workforce newsletter, which highlights sector-specific issues, best practices, activities and more.


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