Professorial Lecture: Making The Trend Your Friend
|Event Date:||Time:||6:00 PM — 8:00 PM|
|Location:||The Sir Ian Wood Building, RGU’s Garthdee Campus, Garthdee Road, Aberdeen|
A professorial lecture delivered by Professor Paul De Leeuw, Director of the Oil and Gas Institute at Robert Gordon University.
An energy industry veteran, Professor Paul de Leeuw was appointed Director of RGU’s Oil and Gas Institute in 2014.
With a career spanning over 30 years, Professor de Leeuw has worked for a number of companies, including Shell, Marathon Oil, Amoco, BP, Venture Production and Centrica Energy. His broad business and deep commercial background includes senior leadership roles in strategy, commercial, business development, planning and supply chain.
He is currently Chairman of the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre, Chairman of PlanSea, a Board member of the Oil and Gas Technology Centre and Vice-chairman of Robert Gordon College. He is also a regular commentator on developments in the oil and gas industry.
Professor de Leeuw will deliver an insightful lecture which will shed light on some of the key trends affecting our lives at the moment and discuss the implications that these trends may have on how we live and work in the future.
Professor de Leeuw will draw on his career to also explore what these trends could mean for the energy industry and for the people working in the oil and gas sector.
The lecture will be followed by a Q&A and refreshments.
To book a place at the lecture please email Professorial.Lectures@rgu.ac.uk