National oil companies wield a major influence over the fight against climate change: they produce more than half of the world’s oil and gas and are projected to spend almost $2 trillion on upstream projects over the next decade.
The energy transition is a critical consideration for countries rich in non-renewable resources. This series debuts analysis from experts (from NRGI and elsewhere) on how resource-ricch countries can navigate the world's transition to lower-carbon technologies.
As the world transitions from an energy system reliant on fossil fuels toward a cleaner mix with a higher prevalence of renewable sources, governments and national oil companies in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region must adapt to avoid economic disruption.
Esta investigación compara los planes de inversión de las empresas petroleras nacionales con la acción necesaria para cumplir los compromisos para combatir el cambio climático. Con el ritmo incierto de la transición energética, los autores del reporte dan una advertencia a los gobiernos y empresas petroleras estatales y les pide que examinen sus planes para un posible futuro sin petróleo.
This research compares the investment plans of national oil companies with the action needed to observe global climate change commitments. With the pace of energy transition uncertain, the authors of this report offer a warning to governments and state oil companies and urge them to re-examine their plans for a possible future without oil.
This document presents NRGI's understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with the energy transition and previews the response the organization will effect through its future programming.
This interim evaluation using the Resource Governance Index methodology find improvements in natural resource governance in the DRC since 2017. However, the results indicate that work to improve the governance of the state's oil and mining enterprises remains.