Oil and Gas

How the oil and gas industry can take a lifecycle approach to reducing emissions

The future of the oil and gas industry depends on its ability to manage its carbon footprint. Image: Unsplash.

Maciej Kolaczkowski

Manager, Advanced Energy Solutions Industry, World Economic Forum

Wan Sayuti

Project Fellow, Shaping the Future of Energy and Materials, World Economic Forum Geneva

Pedro Caruso

Managing Director, Global Head of Oil & Gas Downstream, Accenture

David Elizondo

Senior Manager - Strategy, Accenture

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