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September 17, Stavanger: The report was presented by Equinor’s chief economist Eirik Wærness, after an introduction by executive vice president for communication, Jannik Lindbæk.
The full report and presentation slides are available as PDFs below.
A recording of the presentation (with English subtitles) and Excel data will be made available here on Equinor.com in a couple of days.
Energy Perspectives is an independent report prepared by Equinor analysts in macroeconomics, energy markets and geopolitics.
The report describes development paths up to 2050 for the world economy, energy markets and energy-related greenhouse gas emissions, and includes a 1.5 degrees scenario.
The scenarios are not detailed predictions but possible contrasting pathways, providing a platform for debate and decision making.
Balancing energy security, affordability and decarbonisation is key for a sustainable energy transition.
Amid turmoil in global energy markets, this year’s Energy Perspective report presents two scenarios; Walls and Bridges, which illustrate two very different pathways for the global energy system towards 2050.
Energy transition plan
This is our action plan with short-term actions and medium-term ambitions necessary to realise our ambition of becoming net zero by 2050.
Published 2 May 2022