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5 key climate metrics for the next 5 years of oil and gas.

Green Giants? China’s National Oil Companies Prepare for the Energy Transition

This report, part of the China Energy and Climate Program at Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, provides a baseline for understanding how China’s NOCs are responding to climate change.

Oil Intensity: The Curiously Steady Decline of Oil in GDP
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Christof Rühl and Titus Erker

This report looks at oil intensity and its curiously consistent downward progress. The authors explain the trend and cross-validate its predictive potential before delving into possible reasons behind the linear decline in oil intensity. It finally extrapolates what such a continuing trend might mean for oil consumption and policies around it going forward.

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Dr. Luisa Palacios
Senior Research Scholar, CGEP

In this episode, host Jason Bordoff speaks with a leading expert on oil markets and the Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) agenda in Latin America -- Dr. Luisa Palacios.

Leonardo Beltrán Rodríguez
Former Mexican Deputy Secretary for Planning and Energy Transition

Host Jason Bordoff spoke with former Mexican Deputy Secretary for Planning and Energy Transition, Leonardo Beltrán Rodríguez.

Mindy Lubber
President and CEO of CERES

Fossil fuel companies are under pressure from shareholders, citizens and the courts to shift their business models to reduce emissions or face huge financial consequences. There are now more than 1,500 large corporations with net-zero...