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Susan Farrell

Vice President, Energy Futures

District of Columbia

Ms. Farrell heads the IHS Markit Energy and Climate Scenarios, which project three different integrated trajectories for oil, gas, coal, wind, solar, nuclear, and other energy sources out to 2050 at a global and key country level. Low emissions outlooks that meet the Paris Climate targets are also included under two different sets of assumptions. These integrated scenarios and low emissions cases provide energy transition outcomes for fuel changes and GHG emissions that include different climate policy, technolgy and cost assumptions. She also directs the Executive Briefings for Energy service, which provides summaries of IHS Markit views across the energy sector and includes Industry Outlook briefings. Ms. Farrell has extensive experience delivering executive and boards of directors presentations discussing the outlook for energy industry drivers, markets, emissions and company strategies. Previously, Ms. Farrell led the global strategy groups of two major energy service sector companies. She lived and worked in Europe for more than 10 years and traveled extensively in Asia Pacific and the Middle East. Ms. Farrell holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Brown University and an MBA with a specialization in finance from Boston University, United States.

  • Climate and Sustainability
  • Batteries & Energy Storage
  • Clean Technology & Renewables
  • Oil Markets, Midstream, and Downstream
  • Solar Power
  • Energy Transition
  • Decarbonization
  • Electricity Demand
  • Energy & Climate Scenarios
  • Energy Environment Policies and Practice
  • Energy Geopolitics
  • Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)
  • OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries)
  • Climate Change

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Energy market outlook after COVID-19

20 May 2020 Global

Learn about our high-level assumptions for energy and climate scenarios and some initial looks at differences between the 2020 and 2019 views.

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