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Outlook 2022 | Next Directions in the Evolving Energy Trajectory
Book | Outlook 2022
Book | Outlook 2022


 
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This is your must-have strategic briefing to energy in 2022. Gain crucial insight on the sector from the sharpest minds in energy.

Subscribers to Petroleum Economist magazine will receive their free copy with the December 2021 / January 2022 issue.


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Drawing on expert commentary and forecasts from across the industry, and including contributions from chief executives, Wall Street analysts, oil ministers and thought-leaders, Outlook 2022 will offer you the definitive global view of energy markets and the next directions in the elolving energy trajectory.

A forward-looking book which annually informs investors and decision-makers and sets the industry’s agenda for the year ahead. Expert contributors include:

TREVOR SIKORSKI BIRAJ BORKHATARIA PHIL HEWITT NEIL SHAH
MARTIN COPELAND ANDY BROGAN JAMES L. CUCLIS BEN CAHILL
NIELS KIRK CLARA ALTOBELL RICHARD HARRISS LESLIE PETERKIN
CUNEYT KAZOKOGLU KAHO YU MICHAL MEIDAN KENNETH B MEDLOCK III
KATE MALLINSON NEIL HIRST PROFESSOR GORDON HUGHES IAN HIBBITT
INGVIL SMINES TYBRING-GJEDDE GUY PLATTEN MARK CLARKE KATHERINE DALEY
PAUL McDADE SALLY MARSHAK JONATHAN FULLER MIKE BEVERIDGE
JEREMY PARKES CHRISTIAN PARKER ANDREW DOYLE KATE LEVICK
SAM STREET SCOTT MACKIN FRANCISCO BLANCH KAVEH POURTEYMOUR
BINU MATHEW DAN BRENNAN JAMES VOYLE PANOS KOUTSOURAKIS
ALASDAIR GRAHAM ADAM BOND MARK SELBY JAKE STONES
JAMIE HAMILTON PETER RAMSAY

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Table of Contents

2021 in review

What happened, when

Year in quotes

Year in pictures


How will the transition change the world?

Cop26: imperfect progress - TREVOR SIKORSKI

Mind the financing gap – MARTIN COPELAND AND NIELS KIRK

The pendulum swings, with unintended consequences – BIRAJ BORKHATARIA

Addressing the energy crisis in Europe: The nuclear optionANDY BROGAN

A ‘just’ or ‘just in time’ transition for the UK North Sea? – CLARA ALTOBELL

Fossil fuels still have generation role to play – PHIL HEWITT

The greening of hydrocarbonsJAMES L. CUCLIS

IOCs face scope three emissions challenges – RICHARD HARRISS

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Transition strategies

European IOCs lead decarbonisation race – NEIL SHAH

NOCs face difficult transition – BEN CAHILL

Independents tap into the transition – LESLIE PETERKIN

Profiting from the transition – CUNEYT KAZOKOGLU

Middle East and Asia joined at the hip – KAHO YU

China’s mixed messages and changing paradigm – MICHAL MEIDAN

US bipartisanship and regional divergence – KENNETH B MEDLOCK III

Russia plays catch-up – KATE MALLINSON

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Transition economics

The future of oil majors in the energy transition – NEIL HIRST

Should oil companies invest in offshore wind? – PROFESSOR GORDON HUGHES

Decarbonisation: Plan now or pay later – IAN HIBBITT

Using data to match excess energy with demand – INGVIL SMINES TYBRING-GJEDDE

Zero-carbon shipping needs significant R&D investment GUY PLATTEN

Climate change disputes: The rise of rights-based claims MARK CLARKE AND KATHERINE DALEY

A ‘just’ energy transition for Africa PAUL McDADE

Can African countries afford the global energy transition? – SALLY MARSHAK

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Financing the transition

Financing the countdown to net zero – JONATHAN FULLER

Global gas crisis resets transition narrative – MIKE BEVERIDGE

Transition finance: Banking on government action – JEREMY PARKES AND CHRISTIAN PARKER

Financing the hydrogen transition – ANDREW DOYLE

Transition finance moves to delivery phase – KATE LEVICK

Recovering the costs of the energy transition – SAM STREET

Energy transition: The time to act is now – SCOTT MACKIN

How to pay for decarbonisation – FRANCISCO BLANCH

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New transition technologies

Digitalisation holds the keyKAVEH POURTEYMOUR

Energy technology: The enterprise AI opportunityBINU MATHEW AND DAN BRENNAN

Shipping industry must take action on CO₂JAMES VOYLE

Maritime can decarbonise with methanolPANOS KOUTSOURAKIS

Setting a strategy for net-zero steelALASDAIR GRAHAM

Cracking the code: Ammonia and the hydrogen fuel cell marketADAM BOND

Hydrogen looks set to expand in 2022MARK SELBY

A case for European blue hydrogen – JAKE STONES AND JAMIE HAMILTON

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