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Manager - R&D Technical Consultant , Leyton UK

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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  • Jun 25, 2021

Equinor set out a path where strict limitations on capital allocation to the oil and gas sector mean that expected windfalls from higher oil prices can fund the quest for profitable clean energy and help keep shareholders happy along the way.

The road to energy transition will require the mother of all rebranding campaigns for big oil, but transformation into renewable energy companies is not a mirage. Equinor’s example shows a credible path.

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Matt Chester on Jun 25, 2021

This will indeed be a case study to watch!

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Bob Meinetz on Jun 26, 2021

No Sylvester, oil companies are on no long and winding road to the energy transition - they are the authors of the mythical "energy transition". One which, more accurately, might be termed "Business-As-Usual with a Smiley Green Face".

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