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“The O&G sector’s energy transition: leaders and laggards”

GO NET-ZERO
CARBON ENERGY
FEATURING:
Valentina Kretzschmar

Vice President Corporate Research

Wood Mackenzie

On the 15th of October the first episode of Go Net Zero Energy explored the impact of the energy transition on other players in the sector and their upstream strategies with Valentina Kretzschmar Vice President - Corporate Research, Wood Mackenzie.

Driven by net zero carbon commitments, the European Majors’ new energy strategies are evolving rapidly.

Learn more with Wood Mackenzie Corporate New Energies series:

  • Understand current strategic positioning of the O&G Majors in New Energy: strategies, business models, investment and future cashflows from renewable portfolios.
  • Have clarity on the Majors carbon targets, ambitions and methodologies used to calculate carbon emissions. Understand challenges associated with carbon footprint measurements.
  • Have a deeper understanding of key emerging technologies – solar, offshore wind, CCUS and hydrogen – including the state of the global market and the Majors’ positioning in each one of these themes.

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