On February 9, 2023, the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center hosted an Atlantic Council Front Page event with TotalEnergies Chairman and CEO, Patrick Pouyanné. Moderated by Frederick Kempe, president and CEO of the Atlantic Council, Pouyanné discussed industry’s role in an inclusive and sustainable energy transition.
With the crisis in Europe continuing and conversations about the energy transition on the forefront of the global dialogue, effective industry engagement is proving to be a core component of how the world navigates the energy trilemma on the road to net zero. This discussion focused on the role of oil and gas majors in building an inclusive and sustainable energy transition, how public-private partnerships can serve as a vehicle for building-out clean energy policies and infrastructures, and how the rapidly changing geopolitical landscape has transformed our approach to the global energy outlook.
An #ACFrontPage event
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