Time is running out for low-carbon switch

A lack of clarity in how oil and gas companies plan to adapt to a low-carbon economy is presenting a major risk for investors A lack of clarity in how oil and gas companies plan to adapt to a low-carbon economy is presenting a major risk for investors.
By Silvia Favasuli 7 June 2017 0 26249
Lynn and Inner Dowsing wind farm. Renewables and storage are becoming competitive with gas. (Centrica)

Speaking on the sidelines of the Green Finance Summit 2017 last week, Nathan Fabian, director of policy and research at Principle for Responsible Investment questioned whether oil and gas companies will be able to adapt to a post-Paris agreement scenario. He shared his views on the future of the industry with Interfax Natural Gas Daily

Nathan Fabian, director of policy and research at Principle for Responsible Investment. (PRI)Nathan Fabian, director of policy and research at Principle for Responsible Investment. (PRI)

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