Corporate Strategy

Santos: Change and Continuity

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  • Following its acquisition of Oil Search, Australia’s Santos is now an LNG powerhouse that is well set up to navigate the energy transition.
  • With its strong financial profile, the company is able to fund a strong pipeline of projects that will maintain its status as a middleweight international oil and gas producer.
  • Longer term, Santos plans to remain a fuel company by transitioning from LNG to hydrogen, using carbon capture and storage (CCS) to decarbonize its activities.

    The Issue

    Carbon Capture (CCS), Hydrogen, CO2 Emissions, Independent E&Ps, Corporate Strategy , Upstream Projects, Conventional Oil and Gas
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