Glen Bowman

Glen Bowman

Head of Global New Ventures Woodside Energy

Glen has coordinated new exploration venture activity in the South Atlantic and East Africa regions since January 2017, recently expanding his portfolio to encompass global new venture opportunities.

In previous exploration management roles at Woodside Glen has overseen the company’s exploration activities in Western Australia (Exmouth sub-basin) and Ireland.

He joined Woodside in 2005 and has held various geoscience roles in both exploration and development teams.
Prior to Woodside, Glen held technical geoscience roles at Shell, in the Netherlands, and Enterprise Oil, in the UK.

In 2018 he was appointed Head of Global New Ventures, responsible for identifying and capturing new exploration opportunities across the globe.

He holds a Master of Earth Sciences degree from the University of Oxford and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Western Australia.
 

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Thursday 08/11/2018

From 10:30 To 11:10

11/08/2018 10:30 11/08/2018 11:10 Energy Transition Outlook to 2050: Global & African Context This session overviews and forecasts the region’s future energy mix, in the context of a changing global picture, addressing energy supply and demand as it transitions from the current mix to a very different one by 2050.

In this session our panelists explore the findings and outlooks for the African continent and discuss: 
• How will the energy mix evolve and how will oil and gas continue to dominate the regional energy mix? 
• The outlook for conventional oil and gas demand, G2P, and renewable sources 
• The impacts on regional energy projects, energy trade and government policy
CTICC

CTICC

"Energy Transition Outlook to 2050: Global & African Context"

Andrew Lewis Glen Bowman Liv Hovem Trond Lien

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 10:30 To 11:10

11/08/2018 10:30 11/08/2018 11:10 Energy Transition Outlook to 2050: Global & African Context This session overviews and forecasts the region’s future energy mix, in the context of a changing global picture, addressing energy supply and demand as it transitions from the current mix to a very different one by 2050.

In this session our panelists explore the findings and outlooks for the African continent and discuss: 
• How will the energy mix evolve and how will oil and gas continue to dominate the regional energy mix? 
• The outlook for conventional oil and gas demand, G2P, and renewable sources 
• The impacts on regional energy projects, energy trade and government policy
CTICC

CTICC

"Energy Transition Outlook to 2050: Global & African Context"

Andrew Lewis Glen Bowman Liv Hovem Trond Lien
Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 10:30 To 11:10

11/08/2018 10:30 11/08/2018 11:10 Energy Transition Outlook to 2050: Global & African Context This session overviews and forecasts the region’s future energy mix, in the context of a changing global picture, addressing energy supply and demand as it transitions from the current mix to a very different one by 2050.

In this session our panelists explore the findings and outlooks for the African continent and discuss: 
• How will the energy mix evolve and how will oil and gas continue to dominate the regional energy mix? 
• The outlook for conventional oil and gas demand, G2P, and renewable sources 
• The impacts on regional energy projects, energy trade and government policy
CTICC
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CTICC

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Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 10:30 To 11:10

11/08/2018 10:30 11/08/2018 11:10 Energy Transition Outlook to 2050: Global & African Context This session overviews and forecasts the region’s future energy mix, in the context of a changing global picture, addressing energy supply and demand as it transitions from the current mix to a very different one by 2050.

In this session our panelists explore the findings and outlooks for the African continent and discuss: 
• How will the energy mix evolve and how will oil and gas continue to dominate the regional energy mix? 
• The outlook for conventional oil and gas demand, G2P, and renewable sources 
• The impacts on regional energy projects, energy trade and government policy
CTICC
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CTICC

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