More Energy, Lower Emissions: The dual challenge
How industries and economies provide the world with more energy while reducing emissions is one of the most fundamental challenges of the energy transition. The path to addressing it is rooted in technology and innovation. Join this CERAWeek Conversation as the technology heads of ADNOC and PETRONAS examine the strategies, innovations, and operational efficiencies that are tackling this dual challenge.
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