Oil and gas executives are challenged by civil society as well as their investors, employees, and stakeholders to move beyond aspirational net-zero commitments. Their companies are uniquely positioned for real decarbonization—that is, to make meaningful, pragmatic decarbonization contributions at speed and scale. These leaders must meet today’s fiscal and operational expectations while simultaneously dramatically evolving their businesses—all with no model to guide their efforts.
Real Decarbonization: How Oil and Gas Companies Are Seizing the Low-Carbon Future provides that pioneering model. Tisha Schuller interviewed more than 20 leaders across the energy transformation landscape who are actually doing this work. The result is a comprehensive handbook with the steps and structure required for a company to plan, invest in, and undertake its unique energy transformation: real decarbonization.
Check out season five of the Real Decarbonization podcast that accompanies the book.
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A leader in oil and gas wanting to elevate your decarbonization strategy…
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Or even an energy transition skeptic doubtful of oil and gas’ role in the low-carbon future…
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From the pages of Tisha Schuller’s Real Decarbonization
“You don’t have to like this book. But you need a real decarbonization strategy regardless of how you feel about the energy transition. Helping you to develop your strategy—based on guidance from some of the boldest leaders in oil and gas, who are implementing their own—is the reason I’ve written this book.”