North Sea Energy webinar: stakeholder perspectives on offshore system integration

December 6, 2021 Online

Date : 6 december
Time : 11.00 am - 12.30 pm CET
Costs: free of charge

The North Sea has the potential to play a pivotal role in the energy transition of the surrounding countries, but it is also a busy area with important ecological, societal and economic functions to a wide range of stakeholders. The support or resistance of these stakeholders can be an important stimulus or barrier to offshore system integration.

As part of the North Sea Energy (NSE) Program, MSG Sustainable Strategies has performed an extensive analysis of Dutch stakeholders’ views, concerns, needs and potential benefits related to North Sea system integration and specific integration options, such as reuse, CCS and hydrogen in particular. The report on this stakeholder analysis will soon be published.


  • Welcome and opening remarks – René Peters, business director NSE program
  • Stakeholder perspectives on offshore system integration: key learnings from the study - George Wurpel and Anne-Mette Jorgensen, MSG Sustainable Strategies
  • Stakeholder knowledge needs and the NSE Programme - George Wurpel and Anne-Mette Jorgensen, MSG Sustainable Strategies
  • Discussion with panel of interviewees and participants led by René Peters
    Confirmed panel members are: Wouter van der Hilst, Coast Guard Netherlands, Andreas ten Cate, Institute for sustainable process technology (ISPT), Heleen Vollers, Stichting De Noordzee, Anne-Marie Frissen, NOGEPA


Please enter your details, if you would like to join this webinar about the key learnings of our study of stakeholder perspectives on offshore system integration in the North Sea. After registration, within one week before December 6th, you will receive a link to join this online event. The webinar will be in English.