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Host: Todd Snitchler, President and CEO, Electric Power Supply Association
Guest: Carolyn Comer, President, Shell Energy North America and SVP, Shell Energy Americas
This month, we’re rolling out audio, taped live at EPSA’s 2023 Competitive Power Summit, in a special series.
As the energy transition advances, three major priorities rise to the top: cost savings, reliability, and reducing emissions. President and CEO Todd Snitchler sat down for a fireside chat with Carolyn Comer, President of Shell Energy North America and SVP at Shell Energy Americas, to discuss how one of the largest energy companies in the world is addressing those three priorities to keep energy reliable, sustainable, and cost-effective while participating in decarbonization.
“It’s a time for serious investment…[and] innovation…because the demand for energy is not getting any smaller…we expect energy demand to double [by 2050], and so the ability to really drive energy innovation, to bring some of these technologies…forward and make them available in a way which is affordable, but also cleaner and can hit reliability needs…I’m kind of excited about the future.”
— Carolyn Comer, President, Shell Energy North America and SVP, Shell Energy Americas
Producer, Audio Editor: Christina Nyquist, senior director, communications, Electric Power Supply Association
Production Associate: Frances Owen, communications associate, Electric Power Supply Association