Petronas Juggles Energy Transition, Energy Crisis

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Malaysia state oil and gas firm Petronas has set ambitious targets for decarbonization and renewable energy projects, but it's also juggling competing concerns. As highlighted by the company’s Chief Sustainability Officer Charlotte Wolff-Bye in an interview with Energy Intelligence, Petronas — like many hydrocarbon producers — is weighing the push to maintain supply and while still meeting its climate targets, especially in the face of the ongoing energy crisis.

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