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28 April 2022

bp Energy Outlook 2022

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Webinar: Thursday 28th April- 1:30pm to 2:45pm

bp Energy Outlook 2022

Focus on the energy transition has intensified in recent years. How might this increase in global ambition affect the pace of change in the energy transition?

bp’s Outlook explores a wide span of possible outcomes as the world transitions to a lower carbon energy system. Understanding the range of uncertainty, and those aspects that are common in all scenarios, are crucial in determining the way forward for energy companies and policy makers.

 

Speakers

Richard de Caux

bp / Head of industry and buildings

Richard de Caux

bp / Head of industry and buildings

Richard is Head of industry and buildings in bp’s Economics & energy insight team and is responsible for bp’s view of energy use and the path to decarbonisation in the hard-to-abate industry and building sectors. Richard is a key contributor to bp’s Energy Outlook and has also managed the company’s Statistical Review of World Energy publication over the last five years. He has more than 20 years of experience at bp, having previously worked as head of refining analysis in the Economics team. Before his time in bp Economics, Richard worked as a trading analyst and refinery engineer.

Chair

Yelena Kalyuzhnova

Henley Business School, University of Reading / Vice Dean (International)

Yelena Kalyuzhnova

Henley Business School, University of Reading / Vice Dean (International)

After working as an Economic Adviser to the President of Kazakhstan, Professor Yelena Kalyuzhnova founded and remains the Director of the Centre for Euro-Asian Studies at the University of Reading, UK. She is an authoritative expert in the areas of oil and gas and emerging economies. Professor Kalyuzhnova is the author of the first English-language book on the Kazakhstani economy, a number of research monographs, as well as a range of academic papers on economic issues. Within the UK government, Professor Kalyuzhnova served as an economic adviser on Caspian issues to the Rt. Hon. Lord Fraser of Carmyllie, Q.C., House of Lords as well as the All Party Parliamentary Group on Kazakhstan, House of Commons. She is now Vice Dean of Henley Business School. Yelena is also a member of the Council of the British Institute of Energy Economics.

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What needs to happen for oil & gas companies to stop developing new oil or gas fields in line with the IEA finding in 2021 that, for global warming to be kept within 1.5oC, there must be no new oil or gas developments?

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