PE Live: Taking action in the face of uncertainty during the energy transition
Committing to the Paris Agreement is just the first step in the move to a lower-carbon future. Energy and industrial companies must soon commit, in a world of unprecedented uncertainty, to long-term strategic decisions that may have existential consequences.
The development of the global energy system is beyond the control of even the largest organisation. Every company must therefore make sense of a world that is too complex and interconnected for every factor to be modelled—from social and political forces to environmental, economic and technological constraints.
A new methodology is needed to cut through this overwhelming flow of data and to support strategies that are durable enough to succeed across multiple transition scenarios and be adapted as the world changes.
We are delighted to welcome speakers:
- Geoff Tuff, Principal, Deloitte
- Eirik Wærness, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, Equinor
- William Zimmern, Head of Energy Transition and System Analysis, bp
- Moderator – Stuart Broadley, CEO, Energy Industries Council (EIC)
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