The energy transition is set to transform the economic fundamentals of energy production over the next 30 years. The paradigm is shifting from being dominated by finite hydrocarbon resources to virtually infinite renewable energy, which also offers extremely low marginal costs.
Renewables are already outcompeting fossil fuels in many applications, and this is set to accelerate throughout the energy sector. But the optimal pathway remains far from certain, including the role of gas and LNG to reduce emissions on the road to net-zero.
Speakers: Berkeley Research Group LLC for this Transition Economist webcast along with experts Christopher Goncalves and Matthew Tanner. Moderated by Alastair O'Dell, editor of Transition Economist, for PE Media Network.