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Outlook Live: Governments key to unleashing O&G transition effort

Regulators must provide a stable framework for oil and gas companies to invest, if their expertise is to be fully utilised

The oil and gas industry can make a critical contribution to the energy transition but will be able to do so only if governments provide a conducive investment environment, industry experts agreed at a PE Live event. Transition business models and the challenges associated with financing them were the main topics discussed by the panellists at the first event held to celebrate the launch of Outlook 2021, in association with law firm White & Case. The second leg of the virtual conference is on Thursday. “How do we continue to provide safe, reliable energy, with ever-increasing energy demand and the pressures of [reducing] carbon emissions,” said David Hemmings, VP of business developmen



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