Global Energy Transition Growth Opportunities

Global Energy Transition Growth Opportunities

Transformative Mega Trends Drive Corporate Strategies towards Sustainability Goals

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20-Apr-2022
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Research Code: K71F-01-00-00-00
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The energy transition is a complex pathway for the overall global energy industry—including suppliers and users—towards a shift from systems based on fossil fuels to zero-carbon solutions. Timelines for eliminating carbon from energy systems vary by region, but most goals—including
the Paris Agreement—focus on achieving net zero by the second half of the 21st century.

Oil and gas companies, in particular, are at the front end of change and have both the most to win and the most to lose. As a whole, the oil and gas industry has a major negative environmental impact because of its use of fossil fuels and the high volume of carbon emissions produced from daily activities. The industry is unde pressure to transform by finding a way to operate while reducing its toll on the environment. This study looks at the innovations and strategies of 10 major oil and gas companies around 7 key pillars of the energy transition: eMobility; renewable energy; hydrogen; carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS); electricity utilities; energy storage; and bioenergy.

Frost & Sullivan assesses the global energy transition by the following regions: the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (MEA),
Asia-Pacific (APAC), and the Rest of World (RoW). The study period is 2021–2030 and the forecast period is 2022–2030 using 2021 as the
base year.

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Energy Transition in the Global Oil and Gas (O&G) Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Growth Environment—Energy Transition by Region

Energy Transition Pillars

Energy Transition Progress by Key Growth Pillar

Energy Transition Progress by Key Region

Energy Transition Progress by Company

Transition Pillar 1—eMobility

Transition Pillar 1—eMobility (continued)

Transition Pillar 1—eMobility (continued)

Transition Pillar 2—Renewable Energy

Transition Pillar 2—Renewable Energy (continued)

Transition Pillar 2—Renewable Energy (continued)

Transition Pillar 3—Hydrogen

Transition Pillar 3—Hydrogen (continued)

Transition Pillar 3—Hydrogen (continued)

Transition Pillar 4—CCUS

Transition Pillar 4—CCUS (continued)

Transition Pillar 4—CCUS (continued)

Transition Pillar 4—CCUS (continued)

Transition Pillar 5—Electricity Utilities

Transition Pillar 5—Electricity Utilities (continued)

Transition Pillar 5—Electricity Utilities (continued)

Transition Pillar 6—Energy Storage

Transition Pillar 6—Energy Storage (continued)

Transition Pillar 7—Bioenergy

Transition Pillar 7—Bioenergy (continued)

Transition Pillar 7—Bioenergy (continued)

Company Profile—Shell

Company Profile—Shell (continued)

Company Profile—Shell (continued)

Company Profile—BP

Company Profile—BP (continued)

Company Profile—TotalEnergies

Company Profile—TotalEnergies (continued)

Company Profile—TotalEnergies (continued)

Company Profile—Saudi Aramco

Company Profile—Saudi Aramco (continued)

Company Profile—ExxonMobil

Company Profile—ExxonMobil (continued)

Company Profile—ExxonMobil (continued)

Company Profile—Chevron

Company Profile—Chevron (continued)

Company Profile—Sinopec

Company Profile—Sinopec (continued)

Company Profile—Petronas

Company Profile—Petronas (continued)

Company Profile—Ecopetrol

Company Profile—Ecopetrol (continued)

Company Profile—Ecopetrol (continued)

Company Profile—Lukoil

Company Profile—Lukoil (continued)

Growth Opportunity 1: eMobility Charging Applications

Growth Opportunity 1: eMobility Charging Applications (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Geothermal Energy for Large-scale Energy Production

Growth Opportunity 2: Geothermal Energy for Large-scale Energy Production (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Obsolete Offshore Facilities Used for Green Hydrogen Production

Growth Opportunity 3: Obsolete Offshore Facilities Used for Green Hydrogen Production (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Combination of Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS)

Growth Opportunity 4: Combination of Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) (continued)

Growth Opportunity 5: Subsea Electrification

Growth Opportunity 5: Subsea Electrification (continued)

Growth Opportunity 6: Depleted Oil Wells for Energy Storage

Growth Opportunity 6: Depleted Oil Wells for Energy Storage (continued)

Growth Opportunity 7: Biofuels for Gas Turbines

Growth Opportunity 7: Biofuels for Gas Turbines (continued)

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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The energy transition is a complex pathway for the overall global energy industry—including suppliers and users—towards a shift from systems based on fossil fuels to zero-carbon solutions. Timelines for eliminating carbon from energy systems vary by region, but most goals—including the Paris Agreement—focus on achieving net zero by the second half of the 21st century. Oil and gas companies, in particular, are at the front end of change and have both the most to win and the most to lose. As a whole, the oil and gas industry has a major negative environmental impact because of its use of fossil fuels and the high volume of carbon emissions produced from daily activities. The industry is unde pressure to transform by finding a way to operate while reducing its toll on the environment. This study looks at the innovations and strategies of 10 major oil and gas companies around 7 key pillars of the energy transition: eMobility; renewable energy; hydrogen; carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS); electricity utilities; energy storage; and bioenergy. Frost & Sullivan assesses the global energy transition by the following regions: the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (MEA), Asia-Pacific (APAC), and the Rest of World (RoW). The study period is 2021–2030 and the forecast period is 2022–2030 using 2021 as the base year.
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Author Agustina DeSarriera
Industries Energy
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