Advancing Technology in Petroleum Fuels
In response to a request from the U.S. Secretary of Energy Dr. Steven Chu, the National Petroleum Council (NPC) recently completed a study titled "Advancing Technology for America's Transportation Future". The Secretary asked the NPC to analyze future U.S. transportation fuel prospects with a particular interest in addressing the technology challenges facing the introduction of new fuels and vehicles into the marketplace. The outlook for next generation fuels, vehicles and infrastructure needs to align with US objectives for continuous improvement in economic competitiveness, environmental quality and energy security. The Secretary also asked the NPC for advice on stimulating the technological advances and market conditions to reduce GHG emissions from the transportation sector.
The NPC assembled an extremely diverse cross-section of energy stakeholders, consisting of over 300 participating companies and NGOs. The study is unique for both the range of topics it covers (engines/platforms, hydrocarbon liquids, biofuels, natural gas, electric, hydrogen); and its depth of analysis (technology, supply chains, and integrated analysis of potential fuel portfolios out to 2050).
Mr. Yosufza's presentation will include the key findings and insights from the study analysis as well as the recommendations that were presented to Secretary Chu.
S. Shariq Yosufzai is vice president for global diversity, ombuds, and university affairs of Chevron Corporation. Before assuming this role earlier in 2013, Yosufzai served as vice president, Chevron Corporation, supporting Chevron's CEO & chairman on the National Petroleum Council's "Advancing Technologies for America's Transportation Future" study. He served as chair of the Chevron-led Supply & Infrastructure Task Group and as decision executive on Downstream Portfolio Projects worldwide.
Social and Gathering: 6-6:30 pm (To account for traffic plan to arrive early)
Dinner: Pizza 6-7 pm
Lecture: 7-8:30 pm
Location: The event will be held at the Chevron Richmond Technology Center, Building 10 Auditorium Attendees may park in front of the Building 10 lobby.
Fees: No Cost - AICHE would like to Recognize Chevron for Hosting this Event.
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