From Oil and gas consolidations to Electricity deregulation, the Energy sector is full of challenges and geo-political implications.

Population growth and income increases are the greatest drivers behind the energy industry growth. Fossil fuels are expected to lose their share while renewables are to grow rapidly, thus overtaking the nuclear by 2020 and hydro in 2030s.

The general outcome in power generation by 2035 is a more diversified selection of fuels; coal will remain as the dominant fuel, but the gap between coal and other fuels will narrow significantly. Improved technology, investment and productivity lead towards new sources of energy, making a significant contribution to overall supply.

In general, new fuel sources are expected to account 45% of the total energy production by 2035. Key uncertainties within the energy industry is low GPD growth in China and India, future climate policies that will continue to shape the industry for lower emissions, which will lead to further challenges in terms of technological limits, slow turnover of existing capital stock and cost. Geopolitical risks which have increased in recent years, and the electrification of China have significant implications for the global energy markets.

Our team has gained a valuable experience in the electricity sector in France and in the gas/oil in Russia.

We believe that the core of understanding those challenges come from a deep understanding of local players, while continuously adapting to changes that the industry is facing: change in energy ix, change in energy trade patterns and change in the carbon emission path.

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