SDG 07: Affordable and Clean Energy

How do you achieve an equitable energy transition that includes developing economies?

Developing world energy demand is projected to grow by two-thirds by 2050 Image: Photo by roya ann miller on Unsplash

Majid Jafar

Chief Executive Officer, Crescent Petroleum

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