Managing Director & Partner
Anirban Mukherjee is the lead for Climate & Sustainability in India, and part of the Energy practice at Boston Consulting Group. He leads a team of climate and sustainability specialists, in green business build, net zero and decarbonization, energy transition, ESG, and risk management. The Climate & Sustainability team focuses on large-scale transformation and driving thought leadership across corporates, public sector entities, industry bodies, and policymakers.
Anirban has led multiple energy engagements focused on energy transition, capital allocation, corporate portfolio strategy, large capital programs, organization restructuring, and investment decision making. He has published extensively on energy and climate and sustainability topics, and is active in various forums and think tanks. He speaks often at events and conferences.
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BCG’s flagship report on Climate action in India titled, “Report on Readiness of Indian Industries towards Climate Change Guidelines of COP26,” highlights the findings of an extensive survey conducted with CXOs and sustainability leaders across nine industries to evaluate the readiness of Indian organizations to embrace and implement the climate change guidelines of COP26.
In a rapidly changing world, supply chains are faced with an ever-expanding set of risks and uncertainties. Downstream oil and gas supply chains in particular face unprecedented disruptions arising from structural complexities and a changing ecosystem. This publication with Indian Oil (India's largest refiner and oil marketing company) is a deep-dive into the key risk drivers for oil and gas supply chains and the benefits of resilience. It also provides a framework for building resilient supply chains illustrated through detailed case studies.
While the global energy system is witnessing progressive transformation , the report focuses on the various challenges that global oil and gas firms are facing which are questioning the sector’s business operations. However it tries to present some possible solutions to meet the growing global energy demand with reduced emissions; some options that companies may consider as they prepare to be part of a world with net zero emissions by 2050.