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Extreme Future of EnergyDr. James CantonCEO & ChairmanGlobalFuturist.com
Are you Future-ReadyStrategic Foresight     What is your Vision?
Institute for Global FuturesWE TRACK TRENDS•  Think Tank•  Advise Global Fortune   1000 & Gov
Institute for Global Futures
Institute for Global Futures
Worldwide Clients
Key Ideas•  nergy demand drivers E•  nergy is core to security and Eeconomic sustainability•  uture of bio-fuels F•  etro-...
NeuroWeb: Thinking Network  Welcome to the  Extreme Future
Extreme Future: More Risk More               Opportunity  Multi-polar World Aof Complex Risks
Disruptive Risk is New Normal
Extreme Future: Complex Threats
Top Global Risks: 2025•  Energy•  Economy•  Food•  Ecology•  Security•  War
2020 Forecast: Energy-ChallengedWorld
Global PopulationGlobal Population has Doubled    Over the Past 45 Years
Global Population TrendBy 2040, 80% of World’s 8 Billion People willLive in Developing Nations—9 Billion by 2050
The New Consumers: 1 Bn +
Two Worlds Challenge: Energy
Next Two Billion Energy Consumers
Global MegacitiesThe World of 2025 10 Megacities Most in     China, India and S. America
By 2030: Most mega-cities indeveloping world
Next Middle Class: China, India, Latin
World GDP 2030: China Rising            27.8%   7.2%  18%               25%          22% World GDP: 85,500 Trillion in 203...
China Scenarios: New Superpower,Huge Market, Fierce Competitor
China will be the World’s Largest  Consumer Market in Future• 2nd Largest Consumer of Energy• 3rd Largest Importer of Oil
China & India PopulationChina & India Make Up 1/3 of the GlobalPopulation – Biggest Food Demand
India will be the 2nd World’sLargest Consumer Market in          The Future
Largest Global Market A Dynamic Global Marketplace with 3Billion New Consumers is Coming Fast,          Will You be Ready?
Energy Security: Terrorism/Crime
2025 Energy Future Map
The Extreme Future of Energy Trends1. Pop growth2. Next Middle Class3. GDP5. Security
The Extreme Future: 10 Top trends6. Fast Climate Change7. Green Alternatives8. Geopolitical Risk9. Food & Water Stress10. ...
Uptrend Consumer Demand
Are you Future-Ready?
High Petro-Geopolitical Risk
Are you Future-Ready? CO2 2030
2020 US Emissions: Power Plants
2080 Reduction in Ag Prod
Are you Future-Ready?
Innovation Drives CompetitiveAdvantage
Innovate or Die     Key Biz Driver: Innovation Darwinism
Fast Breakthroughs Coming
Digital Biology: Hacking LifeExtreme Future: Hacking Life
New Fuels:Hacking Matter
Future Energy Mix
Wind Power Capacity
Extreme Future: HackingPlanet    Digitally Hacking the Planet
BioFuels Smart Grid: Ethanol Core
Space Based Solar
Mars Station
NanoBioNeuro Enhancement
NanoBioNeuro Enhancement
Mars Station
Mars Station
GRID Computing: Flexible        On-Demand, High-Performance       Virtual, Distributed CommunicationsSource: Dietmar Erwin...
Space: The Next Frontier
Summary  io-Energy B              infrastructure is the future  dvanced A         bio-fuels will protectAmerica’s future...
GlobalFuturist.comThank YouJcanton@futureguru.com
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  1. 1. Extreme Future of EnergyDr. James CantonCEO & ChairmanGlobalFuturist.com
  2. 2. Are you Future-ReadyStrategic Foresight What is your Vision?
  3. 3. Institute for Global FuturesWE TRACK TRENDS•  Think Tank•  Advise Global Fortune 1000 & Gov
  4. 4. Institute for Global Futures
  5. 5. Institute for Global Futures
  6. 6. Worldwide Clients
  7. 7. Key Ideas•  nergy demand drivers E•  nergy is core to security and Eeconomic sustainability•  uture of bio-fuels F•  etro-Risk P•  op geopolitical risks T
  8. 8. NeuroWeb: Thinking Network Welcome to the Extreme Future
  9. 9. Extreme Future: More Risk More Opportunity  Multi-polar World Aof Complex Risks
  10. 10. Disruptive Risk is New Normal
  11. 11. Extreme Future: Complex Threats
  12. 12. Top Global Risks: 2025•  Energy•  Economy•  Food•  Ecology•  Security•  War
  13. 13. 2020 Forecast: Energy-ChallengedWorld
  14. 14. Global PopulationGlobal Population has Doubled Over the Past 45 Years
  15. 15. Global Population TrendBy 2040, 80% of World’s 8 Billion People willLive in Developing Nations—9 Billion by 2050
  16. 16. The New Consumers: 1 Bn +
  17. 17. Two Worlds Challenge: Energy
  18. 18. Next Two Billion Energy Consumers
  19. 19. Global MegacitiesThe World of 2025 10 Megacities Most in China, India and S. America
  20. 20. By 2030: Most mega-cities indeveloping world
  21. 21. Next Middle Class: China, India, Latin
  22. 22. World GDP 2030: China Rising 27.8% 7.2% 18% 25% 22% World GDP: 85,500 Trillion in 2030 Free World Academy 2003
  23. 23. China Scenarios: New Superpower,Huge Market, Fierce Competitor
  24. 24. China will be the World’s Largest Consumer Market in Future• 2nd Largest Consumer of Energy• 3rd Largest Importer of Oil
  25. 25. China & India PopulationChina & India Make Up 1/3 of the GlobalPopulation – Biggest Food Demand
  26. 26. India will be the 2nd World’sLargest Consumer Market in The Future
  27. 27. Largest Global Market A Dynamic Global Marketplace with 3Billion New Consumers is Coming Fast, Will You be Ready?
  28. 28. Energy Security: Terrorism/Crime
  29. 29. 2025 Energy Future Map
  30. 30. The Extreme Future of Energy Trends1. Pop growth2. Next Middle Class3. GDP5. Security
  31. 31. The Extreme Future: 10 Top trends6. Fast Climate Change7. Green Alternatives8. Geopolitical Risk9. Food & Water Stress10. Unstable Economics
  32. 32. Uptrend Consumer Demand
  33. 33. Are you Future-Ready?
  34. 34. High Petro-Geopolitical Risk
  35. 35. Are you Future-Ready? CO2 2030
  36. 36. 2020 US Emissions: Power Plants
  37. 37. 2080 Reduction in Ag Prod
  38. 38. Are you Future-Ready?
  39. 39. Innovation Drives CompetitiveAdvantage
  40. 40. Innovate or Die Key Biz Driver: Innovation Darwinism
  41. 41. Fast Breakthroughs Coming
  42. 42. Digital Biology: Hacking LifeExtreme Future: Hacking Life
  43. 43. New Fuels:Hacking Matter
  44. 44. Future Energy Mix
  45. 45. Wind Power Capacity
  46. 46. Extreme Future: HackingPlanet Digitally Hacking the Planet
  47. 47. BioFuels Smart Grid: Ethanol Core
  48. 48. Space Based Solar
  49. 49. Mars Station
  50. 50. NanoBioNeuro Enhancement
  51. 51. NanoBioNeuro Enhancement
  52. 52. Mars Station
  53. 53. Mars Station
  54. 54. GRID Computing: Flexible On-Demand, High-Performance Virtual, Distributed CommunicationsSource: Dietmar Erwin, “UNICORE and EUROGRID: Grid Computing in Europe,”EUROGRID and UNICORE
  55. 55. Space: The Next Frontier
  56. 56. Summary  io-Energy B infrastructure is the future  dvanced A bio-fuels will protectAmerica’s future economy & security  etro-Risk P is geopolitical risk  lternative A energy non-C02 is key A  Sustainable Future with oil/gas
  57. 57. GlobalFuturist.comThank YouJcanton@futureguru.com
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