IHS Markit Webinar APAC edition: Policies, strategies, and technologies shaping the oil industry’s path towards a low carbon future
The oil and gas industry's shift toward a low-carbon future will
not be an easy one. Significant capital investment, ongoing
technology advances, and enabling regulations are all needed to
build capability and support deployment. The industry fortunately
has a solid technical and operational foundation, as well as
established government relationships, from which it is already
drawing to help deliver on its ambitions.
IHS Markit sees three main streams of factors that will influence the pace and effectiveness of the oil and gas industry's low carbon shift: government regulations, company strategy, and technology and innovation. In this webinar, we explore key developments taking place in each stream, including:
- Increasingly bold climate commitments by a growing number of governments,which portends a wave of regulatory and fiscal changes with expanding implications for upstream investors.
- Corporate pledges to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions shaping M&A strategies and organic capex decisions across a broadening range of companies.
- Expanded innovation models, reorientation of past digitalization investments, and leveraging existing infrastructure to potentially realize the 30-60% reduction in GHG emissions associated with core oil and gas operations that IHS Markit views as feasible over the near to medium term.
Judson Jacobs Executive Director - Upstream Energy, IHS Markit
Carolyn Seto Director, Upstream Research, IHS Markit
Chris DeLucia Associate Director, Upstream Companies and Transactions, IHS Markit
Rachel Calvert Associate Director, E&P Terms and Above-Ground Risk, IHS Markit
Duration: 1 hour
The event will be an online webinar and includes a live Q&A session at the end. Once registered, you will receive the instructions needed to attend.
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