2021 Will Prove Year of Strategic Redefinition

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With vaccines being rolled out and Brent crude grasping at $50, the worst of the coronavirus pandemic-led downturn is in the rear-view mirror. But 2021 will be no less transformational for the corporate oil and gas landscape. In fact, an accelerated energy transition and sober lessons of the industry’s vulnerabilities to low prices and demand risks mean the coming 12 months should force companies big and small to continue to reposition themselves -- or risk being left behind. Here is what Energy Intelligence will have on its radar this year across our core peer groups. European majors will have to further define how they can achieve radical long-term ambitions -- and begin to deliver on medium-term targets.

Carbon Capture (CCS), Corporate Strategy
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