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Energy in Transition: Meeting the Net-Zero Target Challenge

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Energy in Transition: Meeting the Net-Zero Target Challenge

As Canada and other governments around the world grapple with net-zero emissions targets, the energy sector and energy-dependent businesses are adapting their strategies and business models to find opportunities in the face of emerging technologies, rapidly changing policy, and a wave of new products and services.

However, setting net-zero emission targets is not the sole domain of governments. Businesses continue to recognize their social responsibilities and, as such, many have started to develop their own net-zero emissions targets and strategies to reach those targets. There is considerable work to be done within the energy sector and with energy-dependent businesses in pursuit of those targets. From budgets, policy and regulation, to energy sub-sectors such as renewables, hydrogen and renewable natural gas, Fasken’s Global Energy Group, through a series of thought provoking bulletins, reports, webinars and podcasts, takes a look at the challenges and opportunities associated with meeting these net-zero targets.

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With its varied applications, Hydrogen is increasingly endorsed as the answer to almost any energy transition question. But, what is the reality of this fuel to play a major role in meeting the Net-Zero Emissions Target? Working with Energy Voice to bring you a series of webinars, podcasts and editorials, Fasken panelists, as well as other senior executives from the global energy sector, explore the hydrogen question.

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Session 3 - Policy and COP 26 Reflection

Session 2 - Projects, Infrastructure & Finance

Session 1 - Making the Market


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