Spencer Dale, bp’s chief economist, hosted this year’s virtual launch of the bp Statistical Review of World Energy on 8 July, at which expert commentators reflected on ‘the path to net zero: opportunities and challenges for COP 26’. An on-demand recording of the Statistical Review of World Energy launch webcast is now available.
The Energy Outlook explores the forces shaping the global energy transition out to 2050 and the key uncertainties surrounding that transition.
The global energy system is likely to undergo a fundamental restructuring in order to decarbonize, which will create challenges and opportunities for the industry. Three main scenarios – Rapid, Net Zero, and Business-as-usual – provide a range of possible outcomes to understand the range of uncertainties ahead
bp’s Statistical Review of World Energy 2021 reveals that the COVID-19 pandemic had a dramatic impact on energy markets, with both primary energy and carbon emissions falling at their fastest rates since the Second World War.
Nevertheless, renewable energy continued to grow, with solar power recording its largest ever increase.
A series of short films designed to visualise some of the key issues facing the world of energy today and in the future
Spencer Dale and Bassam Fattouh on the shift from the concept of peak oil ‘supply’ to that of ‘demand’