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IEF Dialogue Dispatch: Lord Browne on New Energy Technologies, the Investment Crisis and How We Can Achieve Net Zero
Lord John Browne, former CEO of BP and Chairman of BeyondNetZero, joins IEF Secretary General Joseph McMonigle in this new episode to offer insights into the energy affordability crisis, the new world order for energy security and what new technologies will help accelerate the march to net zero. Lord Browne gives his take on the forthcoming COP27 in Egypt, takes a stance on the investment crisis and cautions against seeing the energy transition as a cliff-edge.
IEF Dialogue Dispatch: Ana Palacio on Need to Manage Energy Transition to Protect Global Economy and Consumers
Former Spanish Foreign Minister Ana Palacio joins IEF Secretary General Joseph McMonigle in this new episode to give her views on the current state of energy markets and policies in Europe. Palacio commends EU climate leadership but emphasizes the need to manage an orderly energy transition to protect the global economy and consumers while making sure we allow real solutions to address energy poverty in the developing world.
IEF Dialogue Dispatch: Possible Ending Era of Well-Supplied Natural Gas Markets
Charif Souki, Executive Chairman of Tellurian, joins IEF Secretary General Joseph McMonigle in this new episode to discuss current volatility in natural gas markets caused by surging demand and reduced investment, among other factors. Souki, a pioneer of the US LNG export industry, explains why he thinks the era of well-supplied natural gas markets is ending soon.
IEF Dialogue Dispatch: Measuring Methane Emissions to Combat Global Warming
IEF Secretary General Joseph McMonigle discusses the problem of methane emissions by the energy industry and the IEF’s new initiative to develop a standardized global measurement methodology with guests Dr Leila R. Benali, IEF Chief Economist, and Antoine Rostand, President and Founder of Kayrros.
IEF Dialogue Dispatch: Exploring The New Map with Dan Yergin
Energy authority Dan Yergin, a Pulitzer prize winning and best-selling author, joins IEF Secretary General Joseph McMonigle in this new episode to discuss his book, The New Map; the outlook for the world economy and energy market recovery post-COVID; and the divergent views of the energy transition between 700 million in the developed world and the 7 billion in the developing world.
IEF Dialogue Dispatch: Unlikely Return of 13 mbd Shale
Vicki Hollub, President and CEO, of Occidental Petroleum joins IEF Secretary General Joseph McMonigle in this new episode to discuss US shale’s breakeven price and why production may not return to 13 million barrels per day, how the US economy and industry benefited from lifting US crude export ban, and Oxy plans for carbon management revenue to exceed upstream. February 2021.