Webinar Houston Chapter | How do chemists meet the challenges of sustainability in energy?

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How will the industry make a difference by providing green chemistry products and increasing sustainable jobs and innovations?


Organized in partnership with EVOLEN, this Webinar's mission is to catalyze the Know-how and create synergies. Learn about the amazing work being done by BCG, DEMETA SAS, SOLVAY VENTURES, and TOTAL VENTURES in green chemistry. You are invited to expand your knowledge on green chemistry and discuss what is the perspective for the Oil and Gas Market and renewable energy.

We will cover the following questions

  • How do industrial leaders adapt to the demand for a greener economy? 
  • How metathesis will actively contribute to making the energy sector more sustainable? 
  • How Green Chemistry is in the radar of Venture capitals?

If you are ready to expand your knowledge as a Director, Manager, Engineer in Oil and Gas, Renewable, Chemical and Petrochemicals, Manufacturers, EPC, Capital Market, Venture Capital focusing on chemicals then this webinar is for you. 


  • Matt Jones, Managing Director North America at Solvay Ventures
  • Ralph Hedel, Chief Commercial Officer at Demeta SAS
  • Total Ventures and BCG to be announced soon. 

Who Should Attend:

Executives, Managers and Engineers in Strategy, Engineering, Supply Chain, Project Leaders, Subsea and UFR Packages Managers/Leads, Business Developers and anyone interested in Sustainability in the energy sector and innovation and start-up.

The sustainable chemistry called also green chemistry focuses on the environmental impact of chemistry, including reducing consumption of nonrenewable resources and technological approaches for preventing pollution. Green chemistry addresses our future challenges in working with chemical processes and products by inventing novel reactions, preventing chemical pollution and managing resources depletion.


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