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The Energy Transition Outlook Report 2021
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In the Summer of 2021, we partnered with NES Fircroft to survey over 6000 Energy Professionals across the energy sector as a whole, including the Oil & Gas, Conventional Power and Clean Energy sectors.
The results are presented here in this study, which aims to highlight how workers feel about the future of the energy landscape.
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A career in energy offers a huge variety of exciting and rewarding opportunities.
Future-proofing the industry for the 21st century, as the sector transforms into a decarbonised, digitalised industry that meets its customers’ ever-changing needs, will require the very best talent and innovation available. This must include advances in gender diversity within the energy sector.
Diversity and inclusion (D&I) is more than policies, programs, or headcounts.
Diversity is about recognising difference. It's acknowledging the benefit of having a range of perspectives in decision-making and the workforce being representative of the organisation's customers. Inclusion is where people's differences are valued and used to enable everyone to thrive at work.
'Net zero' is the balance between emissions produced and emissions taken out of the atmosphere.
Business must now upscale its ambitions and role in reducing emissions from hard-to-decarbonise sectors, undoubtedly with the deployment of negative emissions technology. Reaching net zero will require a paradigm change in operations and strategy.