Conversation with Darren Woods, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Exxon Mobil Corporation, and Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, S&P Global.
Conversation with Amin H. Nasser, President & Chief Executive Officer, Saudi Aramco, and Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, S&P Global.
Conversation with Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer, TotalEnergies, and Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, S&P Global.
Conversation with John Ketchum, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer, NextEra Energy, Inc., and Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, S&P Global.
Conversation with Wael Sawan, Chief Executive Officer, Shell and Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, S&P Global.
Meeting the world’s ambitious net-zero goals will require establishing new and robust supply lines for the minerals, materials and fuels needed for the energy transition. These supply chains will be built in a new era of economic competition between major powers that see securing the clean energy industries of the future as a national priority. Are these supply chains being built and expanded fast enough to meet the needs of the energy transition? How are companies responding to government efforts to bring their supply chains closer to home? Where is more investment and effort needed most?
The 2024 US election campaign is ramping up and the stakes are high for the energy sector ahead of November’s vote. The Biden administration has passed the U.S.’ most ambitious climate legislation and overseen strong growth in U.S. oil production and LNG exports. But it has also taken steps that could curtail future growth by restricting licensing and putting future LNG exports projects under review. What is the outlook for energy policy and politics in Washington in an election year—and after?
Conversation with Mike Wirth, Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer, Chevron Corporation, and Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, S&P Global.
Conversation with Murray Auchincloss, Chief executive officer, bp plc., and Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, S&P Global.
The push to decarbonize the global economy is opening new vistas of opportunity and risk for major international energy companies. Global companies are continuing to invest in their core businesses as they look for new growth opportunities in the energy transition. How should companies think about their capital allocation priorities and strategies? Which technologies are most promising for traditional oil companies? What are the strategies and choices for oil and gas companies and technology companies responding to government, investor and consumer demands to decarbonize while also ensuring today’s fuels remain accessible and affordable?
Conversation with Ryan Lance, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, ConocoPhillips, and Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, S&P Global.
OGCI, with its membership of 12 major energy companies, has established a leading agenda for decarbonizing the oil and gas industry and other energy-intensive industries. Key areas of focus include mobilizing capital, reducing methane emissions, scaling up CCUS and a range of solutions to decarbonize industrial and transport sectors, as well as natural climate solutions. This roundtable will provide insights on the activities and impact of OGCI over the last 10 years and the agenda for the future.
Pushing for a single, global energy transition path is unrealistic and could derail efforts to reach net-zero emissions. Energy security and affordability come to the fore when lives and livelihoods are at stake. The huge gap between per capita incomes in developed and developing nations leads to different ranking of priorities. What are the paths for energy transition that also support economic growth and global prosperity in different regions and different sectors? How can digital technology and AI advance the transition and help bridge the gaps?