Chairman and CEO of ExxonMobil
February 17, 2009
Finding innovative, long-term solutions for global energy and environmental challenges
"The best and brightest minds gathered here at Stanford and throughout GCEP’s international network of research institutions have the potential to help lead a long-term technological transformation of the global energy system."
Rex Tillerson's speech with opening remarks by GCEP Director Sally Benson and President John Hennessy
> Stanford iTunes Video(Click on #43, to play in iTunes)
> See ExxonMobil website for full transcript
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|GCEP Five-Year Anniversary
||March 3, 2008
GCEP Director Lynn Orr
highlighted research activities and reviewed results from the first five years of this Project in a lecture entitled, “GCEP—Research to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions.”
GCEP is a $225-million effort that seeks new solutions to providing the energy the world needs in a way that protects the environment. Its wide-ranging research portfolio includes efforts that investigate the materials science of photovoltaics, the growth and conversion of biomass, the development of better batteries, high-efficiency energy conversions in fuel cells, advanced combustion, and carbon capture and storage. Professor Orr discussed how GCEP research contributes to potential pathways for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from energy use. His talk was followed by a discussion on future directions for GCEP led by a panel of distinguished experts in the area of energy research.
- Sally Benson (Moderator), Executive Director of GCEP, Professor (Research) of Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University
- Christopher Field, Director of the Carnegie Institution's Department of Global Ecology, Professor of Biology, Stanford University
- Jeffrey Koseff, Director of the Woods Institute for the Environment, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
- Philippe Lacour-Gayet, Senior Scientific Advisor to the Chairman, Schlumberger Ltd.
- Pamela Matson, Dean of the School of Earth Sciences, Professor of Environmental Studies, Stanford University
- Sherri Stuewer, Vice President of Safety, Health and Environment, Exxon Mobil Corporation
- James Sweeney, Director of the Precourt Institute for Energy Efficiency; Professor of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University
|Jeff Immelt |
Chair and CEO of GE
|Monday, July 30, 2007: Twice named one of the World's Best CEOs by Barron's, Mr. Immelt discussed GE's "Ecomagination" initiative to have financial and environmental performance work together to drive company growth, while taking on some of the world's biggest challenges. |
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