Global progress of the energy transition has dramatically accelerated in recent years due to a number of factors, including the US Inflation Reduction Act, the response to Russia’s unjust invasion of Ukraine, and international commitments at COP28 to decarbonize energy systems. However, geopolitics, military conflicts, complex clean tech supply chains, and an unpredictable economic outlook, continue to weigh on how policymakers grapple with energy and climate policies. A reality that is in acute focus as elections worldwide assemble a new set of global leaders. In times like these, analytical products such as Equinor’s annual Energy Perspectives publication, provide the economic, geopolitical, and market analysis necessary to make well-informed decisions and strong policy effecting an ever-evolving global energy landscape.  

Please join the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center for a conversation with Eirik Wærness on Equinor’s upcoming publication, Energy Perspectives, and paths toward a net-zero future on Wednesday, June 12, at 11:00 a.m. ET. Eirik Wærness will delve into the more efficient pathways to reach net-zero by 2050, how to address emerging challenges, and our ability to leverage policy and technological progress to propel the energy transition forward.  

This conversation will take place virtually and will be streamed over ACTV, YouTube, and X (formerly Twitter), and Facebook. To attend this conversation, please register using the form on this page.  

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