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  • 1. Extreme Future of EnergyDr. James CantonCEO & ChairmanGlobalFuturist.com
  • 2. Are you Future-ReadyStrategic Foresight What is your Vision?
  • 3. Institute for Global FuturesWE TRACK TRENDS•  Think Tank•  Advise Global Fortune 1000 & Gov
  • 4. Institute for Global Futures
  • 5. Institute for Global Futures
  • 6. Worldwide Clients
  • 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. NeuroWeb: Thinking Network Welcome to the Extreme Future
  • 9. Extreme Future: More Risk More Opportunity  Multi-polar World Aof Complex Risks
  • 10. Disruptive Risk is New Normal
  • 11. Extreme Future: Complex Threats
  • 12. Top Global Risks: 2025•  Energy•  Economy•  Food•  Ecology•  Security•  War
  • 13. 2020 Forecast: Energy-ChallengedWorld
  • 14. Global PopulationGlobal Population has Doubled Over the Past 45 Years
  • 15. Global Population TrendBy 2040, 80% of World’s 8 Billion People willLive in Developing Nations—9 Billion by 2050
  • 16. The New Consumers: 1 Bn +
  • 17. Two Worlds Challenge: Energy
  • 18. Next Two Billion Energy Consumers
  • 19. Global MegacitiesThe World of 2025 10 Megacities Most in China, India and S. America
  • 20. By 2030: Most mega-cities indeveloping world
  • 21. Next Middle Class: China, India, Latin
  • 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. China Scenarios: New Superpower,Huge Market, Fierce Competitor
  • 24. China will be the World’s Largest Consumer Market in Future• 2nd Largest Consumer of Energy• 3rd Largest Importer of Oil
  • 25. China & India PopulationChina & India Make Up 1/3 of the GlobalPopulation – Biggest Food Demand
  • 26. India will be the 2nd World’sLargest Consumer Market in The Future
  • 27. Largest Global Market A Dynamic Global Marketplace with 3Billion New Consumers is Coming Fast, Will You be Ready?
  • 28. Energy Security: Terrorism/Crime
  • 29. 2025 Energy Future Map
  • 30. The Extreme Future of Energy Trends1. Pop growth2. Next Middle Class3. GDP5. Security
  • 31. The Extreme Future: 10 Top trends6. Fast Climate Change7. Green Alternatives8. Geopolitical Risk9. Food & Water Stress10. Unstable Economics
  • 32. Uptrend Consumer Demand
  • 33. Are you Future-Ready?
  • 34. High Petro-Geopolitical Risk
  • 35. Are you Future-Ready? CO2 2030
  • 36. 2020 US Emissions: Power Plants
  • 37. 2080 Reduction in Ag Prod
  • 38. Are you Future-Ready?
  • 39. Innovation Drives CompetitiveAdvantage
  • 40. Innovate or Die Key Biz Driver: Innovation Darwinism
  • 41. Fast Breakthroughs Coming
  • 42. Digital Biology: Hacking LifeExtreme Future: Hacking Life
  • 43. New Fuels:Hacking Matter
  • 44. Future Energy Mix
  • 45. Wind Power Capacity
  • 46. Extreme Future: HackingPlanet Digitally Hacking the Planet
  • 47. BioFuels Smart Grid: Ethanol Core
  • 48. Space Based Solar
  • 49. Mars Station
  • 50. NanoBioNeuro Enhancement
  • 51. NanoBioNeuro Enhancement
  • 52. Mars Station
  • 53. Mars Station
  • 54. GRID Computing: Flexible On-Demand, High-Performance Virtual, Distributed CommunicationsSource: Dietmar Erwin, “UNICORE and EUROGRID: Grid Computing in Europe,”EUROGRID and UNICORE
  • 55. Space: The Next Frontier
  • 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. GlobalFuturist.comThank YouJcanton@futureguru.com