Part 2 of our takeaways picks up the conversation where we left off as our advisors’ peer into the rabbit hole of climate change and energy transition, and the future role of gas.
Our competitive advantage is to focus in an area that isn’t the Permian. We like the gas focus in an area where we see it as feedstock for the Gulf Coast LNG projects coming online. We like focusing with an operator that has a good balance sheet and pad drilling..
We started Viking in May of 2012 so it’s been nearly 8 years. Prior to that, I worked at a family office doing real estate for about 9 years, which has some interesting parallels to minerals and is one of the things that got me interested in the space in the first place.
The biggest challenge is for the decision makers who are in the senior roles now to identify these individuals and support them in development – putting resources or reputation at risk to do so.
We need, now more than ever, for progressive energy companies to recognise and value the importance of diversity in the energy space.
Participants from the Energy Storage panel, that was due to take place at Mexico Assembly, met virtually to discuss the effects of COVID-19, what’s important for energy storage in Mexico & the biggest opportunities.
As part of the Women’s Energy Council Celebrating Equality initiative we asked the members of our Global Female Influencer 275 list to answer the question – 2030: How is the energy industry different from 2020?
The accelerated pace of the energy transition and related growth in new technologies will lead to a proliferation of new players.
The Oil and Gas industry is characterised by the ability to adapt and evolve. 2020 is quite different to the previous decade and I expect the forthcoming decade to be one of accelerating change
Amid the current crisis, we are still seeing a number of strategic transactions proceeding in the face of general market uncertainty.