Take a pragmatic approach to understanding the future of energy
Energy transitions present major strategic decision-making challenges for today's business leaders. You need to gain a comprehensive view of where the move to sustainable energy is—and where it’s headed.
Changes in technology, policy and consumer preference will determine supply, demand and price for future energy and commodity markets. These factors could present a potentially catastrophic business risk for all market participants.
Giving your business the best chance of success requires constantly understanding how today’s markets influence the rate of change and long-term direction of business needs. Positioning and timing are crucial. Your access to detailed information into how the market is evolving and the decisions you make base don those insights will have a large impact on Shareholder value.
Technology defines what is physically possible, and the costs and profits associated.
Policy influences what is permissible and influences the costs and profits associated.
Consumer preference determines what people demand, expect, and tolerate and influence the prices and profits associated.
Medium- and long-term strategic outlooks
Views by sector, product and energy source
Objective, third-party, expert analysis