Majors' Strategies Rise to the Occasion

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The diversified energy transition strategies of the Western majors appear well placed to support the world’s evolving energy priorities. Energy security concerns and inflation are slowing the offramp from oil and gas, even if climate goals require eventual acceleration. Questions over long-term strategic viability remain, but majors’ ability to simultaneously invest in oil, gas and low carbon offers a competitive advantage for now.

Majors, Corporate Strategy , Capital Spending, LNG Projects, Upstream Projects, Carbon Capture (CCS), Hydrogen, Electric Vehicles, Renewable Electricity , Biofuels (incl. SAF), Earnings
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