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BSc(Hons)Geology, MSc Petroleum Geoscience with Exploration and a wealth of international work experience in Africa, Europe and Latin America.Strong technical understanding of multiple facets of...

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From a solar resurgence to hydrogen breakthroughs, Europe's energy transition had a landmark year, just not the one it might have expected.

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Matt Chester on Jan 11, 2021

Interesting to see how many of these trends appear to be setting up for success later, rather than specific accomplishments during the year of 2020. But given that in many ways, the industry could have just let the year be a lost one due to COVID and the recession, using that time to set up chess pieces for later is a great sign of progress

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