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Adoption of proactive technologies will be crucial for the oil and gas sector to meet its decarbonisation goals while staying financially competitive

As the world learns to live with Covid-19, the oil and gas industry faces complex challenges. While the pool of industry experts is shrinking, many companies are cutting traditional spend on exploration and seeking to control costs by maintaining output through enhanced productivity. Added to this, the industry must adopt decarbonisation strategies that deliver our net-zero emissions targets while providing an affordable and reliable energy source throughout the energy transition. Greater energy access will be needed to deliver people from poverty and widen the availability of higher healthcare standards, particularly as global energy demand grows. The world cannot wait several decades for



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