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Climate and sustainability concerns are growing ever more important to today's business leaders. The movement toward a net-zero emissions economy is a global imperative. The Climate and Sustainability Hub offers an easily accessible, unique peek into select areas of our energy portfolio that can help guide you on your path toward decarbonization.
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Get insights on the key themes in Climate and Sustainability
Low carbon supply chains of the future: from Batteries and energy storage to solar PV and wind
Market fundamentals and policies for global power and renewables markets
Short-term monitoring and long-term strategy for gas, LNG, and renewable gas markets
Long-term climate scenarios to 2050, GHG emissions and energy transition executive briefings
Innovative analytic dashboards to assess project, market and operational metrics and trends
Global perspectives, downstream markets and assets, companies strategies, trading and analytics.
Market fundamentals, climate policies, fuels competition in main geographies worldwide
Analysis of macro, industry, and company drivers shaping investment in energy markets