After highlighting Shell’s rich history in Norway, Andy Brown talks in this video about substantial shifts in the global energy landscape. He addresses that energy requirements are not the same in all sectors, that all energy sources will be required and that carbon capture and storage is critical for a net-zero emissions world.

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