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...'Some oil and gas majors see it as a lifeline,” says Rachel Kyte, dean of the Fletcher School at Tufts University and former special representative on sustainable energy at the United Nations. “Now you need regional governments to take the helm and drive it forward.'



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Matt Chester on Jun 26, 2020

We see a lot these days of oil companies starting to bet on hydrogen, or betting on wind, or... 

Obviously they're seeing the need to pivot, or at least diversify. But is the choice of where they're pivoting an indication of the sectors they truly think will take off the most, or is it just a matter of trying to find the overlap with their current knowledge/experience (e.g., offshore drillers having overlapping skills necessary for building offshore turbines)?

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Charley Rattan on Jun 27, 2020

Certainly there's a skillset synergy Matt. Most of the European ones have signed up to ambitious net zero targets as well.

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