On March 10, the webinar «Shaping the Future of Energy - British Expertise» was held, which was organized by the British Government with the support of the British-Kazakhstan Community, the British Chamber of Commerce in Kazakhstan and KBTU.


One of the openings of the online event was the rector of KBTU Gabdullin M.T., who greeted the participants, and spoke about the activities of the School of Materials Science and Green Technologies and its developments in the field of alternative energy.


The webinar brought together energy experts to discuss the latest developments and trends shaping the future of the industry. The first session touched upon the topic of «Decarbonization of oil and gas», which is becoming increasingly important as we strive to reduce our carbon footprint and switch to cleaner energy sources. British companies SLB, QLM Technology Ltd, Petrofac and others presented the latest technologies being used to decarbonize the oil and gas industry and how these developments are impacting the energy landscape.


The second topic of discussion was «Green Hydrogen», which is emerging as a promising alternative to fossil fuels. Speakers from Siemens Energy, ITM Power and others presented the latest developments in this area, including the use of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power for hydrogen production, as well as potential applications of this technology in various industries.