We now have single companies in the technology space that in terms of traded market value dwarf not only the likes of ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell or BP but the entire publicly traded market value of the industry combined.
75% of what is required to transition to “Net zero Emissions” hasn’t been invented or still requires massive innovation.
The gap between mature technologies that we can deploy and scale today and what we need to move to a net zero future is, according to the IEA, about 75% and “there is a stark disconnect between these high-profile pledges and the current state of clean energy technology.”
The Most Dangerous Statement a Leader Can Make
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Pruitt Wows the Industry at SIGMA
Just the presence of an EPA Administrator at an annual gathering of over 850 fuel and energy companies is a bit shocking. But the message
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Get perspective from all sides, Get the history right, Get the fundamentals and then Get out there and Do Something! I recently had one of
Fuels For 2020 conference in Turnberry Scotland
Phil Boon opened the Innospec Fuels For 2020 Conference this morning in Turnberry Scotland. The big questions of the day we are reviewing over the