Is Oil and Gas a Requirement for Creating a Decarbonized Energy Future?
Tisha Schuller, Principal for Adamantine Energy, sits down with Michael Webber, Chief Science and Technology Officer for ENGIE—a Paris-headquartered global energy and infrastructure services firm to discuss the pivotal role for natural gas in the energy future.
Webber is the author of the recent New York Times-acclaimed book, “Power Trip: The Story of Energy,” which has been adopted into a 6-part companion PBS mini-series aimed at educating youth on past, current, and future energy challenges.
Based out of Austin, Texas, Webber concurrently holds the Josey Centennial Professorship in Energy Resources for the University of Texas-Austin. Webber is a renowned speaker on current and future energy affairs—testifying before the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, addressing the United Nations and U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and giving keynote speeches for various scientific conferences and business symposiums.
Webber holds dual undergraduate degrees from the University of Texas-Austin, a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, and a Ph.D. in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.