The year 2022 represents a critical inflection point in the way we think about energy and the global systems needed to find, produce, deliver and decarbonise it.
Significant, era-defining events are happening all around us, all around the world, and all at a breakneck pace – shaping both short- and long-term structural considerations around energy and sustainability.
of energy companies surveyed experienced supply-chain disruption in 2021
The realities of climate change are in greater evidence than ever before. As the world emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, governments and businesses are facing crucial questions about how to best maintain and expand energy access in all corners of the globe in a manner that is sustainable and equitable.
Meanwhile, the threats from rising temperatures and a failure to adequately address climate change have intensified. New policy frameworks are emerging that challenge the status quo, creating both risks and opportunities for companies across all industries.