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Our Take: Go With the Compromise

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We see a lot for oil and gas companies to like in the climate and tax bill that scraped through the US Senate, despite some backlash. The benefits will not be uniform — those with well-developed energy transition strategies and Gulf of Mexico players have more to gain, whereas new fiscal and environmental provisions will likely burden smaller onshore players. But decarbonization is nonnegotiable for the industry to maintain its social license. Transitioning companies acknowledge policy support is essential.

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Policy and Regulation, Low-Carbon Policy, Upstream Licensing, Carbon Capture (CCS), Methane Emissions, Hydrogen, Corporate Strategy
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