Creating a viable hydrogen economy - JULIO DAL POZ
Julio Dal Poz. He is a true veteran of the industry: from his beginnings as an engineer on deep-water drills; through stints as analyst and consultant for upstream explorers and energy markets (including a brief covering digital tech and transformation in the sector); to his years at Equinor, where he finished up head of the Advisory Board for Strategy, working on the clean energy transition. Today, he turns his experience and expertise towards helping energy firms design their own transition strategies for our future world, at FTI Consulting.
Is there a serious future for hydrogen in our sustainable fuels mix? And how would we transition from blue hydrogen as a by-product of hydrocarbons to truly green, sustainable and affordable hydrogen production?
Chris Caldwell of United Renewables and host of The Conversations on Climate podcast talks with industry veteran Julio Dal Poz.
Brazilian-born Julio Dal Poz started his career in deepwater oil drilling as an engineer. Through many twists and turns – working across Norway, Brazil, the UK, and the Middle East - he is now a consultant advising traditional energy firms on making the transition to clean energy with FTI Consulting.
After a spell as an energy specialist at Accenture, He spent the key years between the Financial Crisis and the Paris Agreement as Senior Strategy Advisor at Equinor, where he saw first-hand what change really looks like at arguably the world’s most forward-thinking oil major. He is a frequent keynote speaker and panelist at global energy events worldwide.
Julio is a great partner for this conversation, combining his deep experience with a willingness to question common conceptions about the fossil fuel industry,
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Season 2 is presented by Chris Caldwell and produced by UNITED RENEWABLES in association with LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL, ALUMNI ENERGY CLUB.