Petroleum Review February 2020
Our first issue for 2020 begins with a look at how heightened political tensions, increasingly divergent national policy positions, technological advances and shifting consumer preferences will impact the oil and gas sector going forwards.
We highlight in particular, the variety of routes the industry is taking in the drive to a low carbon future and note that aligning investor portfolios with a 2oC world should not rule out holdings in the energy sector.
The energy transition is one of the key drivers for digitalisation of the oil and gas sector, and the magazine reviews some of the innovations being introduced that will help the industry become more flexible, efficient and sustainable, as well as cutting costs. We also outline the realities of quantum computing that are relevant to the oil and gas sector and assess some of the business disruption opportunities.
Speaking ahead of this month’s IP Week 2020, Dr Leena Srivastava, Deputy Director General – Science, IIASA, provides an insight to how India is tackling poverty, pollution and skill set development as the country transitions to a low carbon future.
The issue closes with a brief review of how the plastics recycling sector is changing in the face of climate change and shifting energy policy and consumer demands.
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- Journal title: Petroleum Review
- Publisher: Energy Institute
Content in this issue:
The road to Glasgow - Article
Re-shaping plastics - Article
Going digital - Article
Tools for digital transformation - Article
Changing investor focus - Article
Investment trends and opportunities - Article
Looking to a low carbon future - Article
In transition - Article
Turbulent outlook for energy - Article
Quantum leap for oil and gas - Article