Black gold to green hydrogen: Will the Middle East’s energy transition create a more international supply chain?
Since the mid-twentieth century, the Middle East’s oil-and-gas boom has been one of the world’s defining economic success stories.
Now, as we embrace a global energy transition, companies in the region are pivoting to become new forms of energy superpowers. They have no intention of relinquishing the winning positions they have built for themselves, and nor should they.
As a new-look Middle Eastern energy sector emerges, however, it may be more than the energy sources that change. There is reason to think the future is one that leans more heavily and readily on international supply chains, particularly for offshore developments, in a mutually beneficial exchange.
Read our latest article from our Managing Director, James Larnder, to discover how the Middle East can lead the way in the energy transition.