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2022 is likely to see further efforts to limit energy consumption, reduce losses, use natural resources more efficiently and more responsibly and protect our environment – all in our joint efforts to transform the global energy system en route to a low-carbon economy.  

Energy transition and environmental sustainability are two of the investment themes for 2022, as set out in our Investment outlook Shooting the rapids.

Decarbonisation through renewable energy, digitalisation and the resulting greater energy efficiency, and decentralised energy production and storage are significant drivers of growth, resulting in appealing and diverse opportunities for investors.


Watch our video to find out why investors should be part of the energy system’s multi-decade transformation that will be powering our future as well as investment returns


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