Oil and Gas

Why the oil industry has less time to decarbonize than it might think

Major oil companies might find their decarbonization plans don't go far enough, fast enough Image: REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi

Bob Orr
Partner and North America Head - Energy Practice, Oliver Wyman
Alejandro Vanags
Partner - Energy Practice, Oliver Wyman
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The decarbonization of oil industry is important as it has a high energy demand
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