Transforming the Upstream Supply Chain for the Energy Transition
(2021) Net zero targets, while significant, don’t convey the complexity & scale in reorganizing the upstream supply chain – built & perfected over decades – to achieve stated ambitions. How is the upstream sector preparing for the energy transition?
Play video More Energy, Lower Emissions: The dual challenge
More Energy, Lower Emissions: The dual challenge
(November 10, 2020) In this CERAWeek Conversation the technology heads of ADNOC and PETRONAS examine the strategies and innovations that are tackling the dual challenge of reducing emissions while providing the world with more energy.
Play video Oil Market Scenarios for a post-Pandemic World
Oil Market Scenarios for a post-Pandemic World
(December 8, 2020) Chief economists from international oil companies and the heads of oil market research at OPEC and IHS Markit discuss scenarios and trends for global oil over the next 10 years.
Play video Leadership Dialogue with Tengku Muhammad Taufik
Leadership Dialogue with Tengku Muhammad Taufik
(November 12, 2020) 2020 has brought multiple transformations for PETRONAS. New President and Group CEO Tengku Muhammad Taufik discusses how PETRONAS has navigated the shifting landscape while remaining committed to its long-term strategy.
Play video Leadership Dialogue with Ernie Thrasher
Leadership Dialogue with Ernie Thrasher
(2021) Ernie Thrasher, Chief Executive Officer & Chief Marketing Officer of Xcoal Energy & Resources, examines the dynamics behind the rise in global coal prices and the investment outlook for the sector.
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Leadership Dialogue with Bob Dudley
(2021) In the first installment of CERAWeek Conversations 2021, Bob Dudley, Chairman of the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, shares insights on the leading role that the world’s largest energy producers are playing in the road to a low-carbon future.
Play video Oil & the Energy Transition: A long goodbye?
Oil & the Energy Transition: A long goodbye?
(2021) The greatest economic disruption since WWII has been followed by deep commitments globally from governments and business to decarbonize. Can these aspirations be met? How will this shape the global market and geopolitics of energy?