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Recharge: Talking New Energy #4 - Interview with Henning Gloystein - Director of Climate, Energy and Natural Resources at Eurasia Group

Author: Formative Search

Published date: 2020/11

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In our fourth episode of Recharge: Talking New Energy, Adam Carabetta, Director of Renewable Energy at Formative Search, interviews Henning Gloystein - Director of Climate, Energy and Natural Resources at Eurasia Group, based in Singapore. He covers geopolitical risk in oil and natural gas supplies and the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.

Over the years, he has been reporting on oil, gas, and coal to now, reporting about renewables around the globe. He has an interesting take on energy transition and shared some advice for professionals in the oil and gas industry who are interested in transiting to the renewable energy industry

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Highlights of the Podcast

[01.40] Introducing Henning Gloystein, Director of Climate, Energy and Natural Resources at Eurasia Group

[04.16] Do you think 2019 was the peak of oil?

[06.30] Do you think there is a hype about renewables that does not match up to the activity?

[08.20] How much emphasis does big oil and gas companies place in energy transition?

[10.10] Do you think what they have done is enough?

[11.00] If COVID-19 happened 5 years ago, would there be such a huge push towards renewable energy like now?

[12.00] Where does LNG fit into the energy transition or gas?

[16.20] What’s your opinion on how the shipping industry could incorporate sustainability?

[18.01] You made a reference to batteries earlier, how does batteries impact the energy transition?

[21.30] What’s your take on carbon capture?

[23.50] What’s Russia’s take on energy transition? There isn’t much happening now, what do you think the reasons are?

[28.00] Do you think there is a need for government support for renewable energy to advance?

[32.15] Do you think we have past the point of no return when it comes to climate change? Is it too late?

[37.50] What about the current oil and gas workers? What do they do when energy transition happens? How will they find jobs?

[39.10] Suggestions on how oil and gas workers can transit to the energy industry

[44.00] Could anything go wrong with the energy transition? Could there be any unexpected shifts?

 

If you have any queries about what Eurasia Group can do for you, you can reach out to Henning at gloystein@eurasiagroup.net.

This interview was sponsored by Formative Search, Asia’s foremost specialist search firm in the Renewables space. If you would like to gain insight concerning careers in Renewable Energy, do not hesitate to contact us at welcome@formativesearch.com

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