Recorded on April 2013

Marvin Odum: Water, Food & Energy (Full Program)


Climate One speaks to Shell Oil President Marvin Odum on powering America's future in a carbon constrained world. Climate change is "real" and requires action, says Marvin Odum, President of Shell Oil Company. But that doesn't change his belief that "there is a pretty clear understanding that fossil fuels will be required for quite some time." Biofuels are an option, says Odum, but corn ethanol is too carbon intensive and sugar cane biofuel from Brazil has more potential to become a viable fuel in America's transportation fleet. Alternative energy sources aside, Odum says the most impactful thing that can be done over the next decade is "to drive natural gas in and drive coal out." 

Speakers at this Event

President, Shell Oil