It’s no secret that we urgently need to address climate change. The IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report called for net zero carbon dioxide emissions from all human sources in order to stabilize the global climate.
Perhaps more surprising are two insights from the 23rd World Petroleum Congress, held in Houston last month, where top executives from the world’s leading oil and gas companies participated as speakers or panelists. Initially, an attempt was made to reposition Houston not as the old-school energy capital but as the leader of the global energy transition. Next came the industry focus on CO2 management solutions for the energy transition, in particular CO2 capture, use and sequestration.
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