International Oil Companies’ Investments in Renewables – Energy Transition Strategies

Many International Oil Companies (IOCs), particularly in Europe, are proactively investing in the development of renewables in order to diversify their businesses and to better position for the energy transition. Those IOCs investing significantly in renewables are primarily building portfolios around solar PV, which provides potential for rapid and low-cost capacity development, and offshore wind, where they may benefit from knowledge transfer from existing offshore oil and gas operations.

Scope

Provides global renewable power capacity and investment outlook

Reviews energy transition targets of key IOCs

Provides renewable energy targets and investments of key IOCs

Reasons to buy

Analyzes how major IOCs are adapting to energy transition trend

Understand the roadmap being adopted by major IOCs in the energy transition.

Analyzes global renewable power capacity by technology and investment outlook

Companies mentioned

Total SE

BP Plc

Eni SpA

Equinor ASA

Royal Dutch Shell Plc

Repsol

OMV AG

Chevron Corp

Exxon Mobil Corp

ConocoPhillips

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Significant Renewables Growth, Driven by Solar and Wind

IOC Targets for the Energy Transition

European O&G Majors Leading the Charge on Renewables

Company Profiles

– Total SE

– BP Plc

– Eni SpA

– Equinor ASA

– Royal Dutch Shell Plc

– Repsol

– OMV AG

– Chevron Corp

– Exxon Mobil Corp

– ConocoPhillips

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