On June 27, Deborah Byers, a distinguished member of our Board of Directors, spoke about the energy transition to high school students at Asia Society Texas' Young Leaders Institute. Deborah was joined by Mike Cousins, Exxonmobil's Director of Greenhouse Gas and Climate Change, and Loan Tran, Exxonmobil's Advocacy & External Interfaces Manager. The conversation was facilitated by Edward R. Allen, co-founder and Senior Partner of Eagle Global Advisors.
The discussion centered around the advancement of innovative solutions for a lower-emission energy future. The panelists highlighted strategic priorities for sustainable solutions that not only improve the quality of life but also meet the ever-evolving energy needs of society.
Deborah Byers, who retired as a Partner from Ernst & Young LLP last year, brought her extensive experience in global energy markets to the conversation. Throughout her career, she worked closely with corporations and investment funds in various phases of energy investment across the sector. Her insights and expertise have made her a respected leader in the field.
Deborah’s participation in the Asia Society Texas’ Young Leaders Institute not only provided high school students with valuable insights into the energy transition but also inspired them to consider the possibilities and responsibilities associated with driving positive change.
SEA is a strong advocate for engaging in civil discourse on all aspects of the energy transition. By participating in discussions and sharing knowledge, we can help raise awareness and build understanding of the challenges and opportunities in the energy landscape. Our contributions are invaluable in shaping the dialogue surrounding energy sustainability and encouraging individuals to take an active role in driving positive change.
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