Managing Director & Senior Partner
Clint Follette is Managing Director and Senior Partner at Boston Consulting Group and has more than 20 years of experience in oil, gas, and chemicals. Clint has supported companies on strategy, growth, operations, and M&A topics. He is a leader in BCG’s Climate & Sustainability practice and has advised leading companies on sustainability topics including, decarbonization, plastic waste, and renewable fuels and materials.
Prior to joining BCG, Clint worked for ExxonMobil Chemical as a research engineer. He graduated from the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management with an MBA/MEM degree and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Louisville with a BS/MEng in chemical engineering.
Favorable conditions have catapulted oil and gas players from laggards to TSR leaders. But to continue delivering shareholder value, they must balance four key areas.
The opportunity and landscape for bioenergy in North America are clear. The country's industry and society are strategically well-placed next to an abundance of bioenergy feedstock.
The next ten years will determine the winners and losers in the refining business. Here’s what industry participants can do to prepare—and succeed.
The yearly global margin pool could surpass $100 billion in the coming decade—if market players secure more feedstock supplies, improve process economics, and address pricing issues.
The goalpost hasn’t changed because of the disruptions from COVID-19. Carriers that don’t take action on emissions could have reforms imposed by outside forces.
A dramatic upsurge could start later this year and end within 18 months. What’s more, it could be the world’s last—a boon for efforts to combat climate change.
Why do some companies always seem to emerge stronger from a period of volatility? Rather than focus just on mitigating potential harm, they look for opportunities to capitalize on the disruption.
International O&G companies are preparing for the future by expanding into low-carbon markets or doubling down on efficiency in hydrocarbon production.
Plastics regeneration technologies such as pyrolysis offer economically viable ways to combat this pressing environmental challenge.
The change in maritime fuel regulation is scheduled to take effect within months. But stakeholders still have time to act.