BP Energy Outlook 2035
The CSIS Energy and National Security Program hosted Mark Finley, General Manager for Global Energy Markets and U.S. Economics at BP, to present BP's Energy Outlook 2035. The outlook, seeking to describe the 'most likely' trajectory of the world's energy system, contributes to the wider debate on global energy issues by addressing key questions such as: What will the world's energy mix look like in 2035? Where is the growth in demand and supply going to come from? How and at what pace will renewables continue to grow? What are the implications for transport? Mr. Finley will review and discuss the projections as well as examine some of the key assumptions behind the data. Sarah Ladislaw, Director and Senior Fellow in the CSIS Energy and National Security Program, moderated.
Mark Finley is General Manager, Global Energy Markets and US Economics at BP. In addition to analyzing the economics and politics of the world oil market, he has produced market assessments for natural gas and carbon. He manages the annual production of the BP Statistical Review of World Energy (now in its 62nd year), and he regularly presents BP’s views on global energy markets to external audiences.