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Upstream Oil & Gas

Digital in Oil & Gas

Energy Transition

Decommissioning

Strategies for Natural Gas & LNG

2019 Global Gas Report

This report, coproduced by BCG and the International Gas Union, assesses recent trends shaping today’s global gas industry and the factors that will affect the market in the future.

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Capturing Norway's Digital Opportunity

Norway has the opportunity to become a leading digital hub for oil and gas and other asset-heavy industries. BCG has identified five key areas that would accelerate Norway’s global value proposition.

Green Leadership: A Practical Guide to Winning in the Green Economy

While the “green shift” has been on Norwegian business leaders’ agenda for several years, we are now starting to see real impact. Companies are shifting their approach to sustainability from avoiding negative consequences to building competitive advantages through green efficiency (increased resource efficiency) or green growth (innovation in products or services).

Turning Adversity into Opportunity: A Business Plan for the Baltic Sea

The Baltic Sea is in a critical state due to eutrophication, hazardous substances and overfishing, but the region is also well positioned to find solutions. Measures to restore the health of the Baltic Sea could create up to 550,000 jobs and €32 billion in annual value added to the region by 2030, in addition to introducing “blue and green” business opportunities. The report is produced by BCG for WWF within a global pro-bono partnership.

Downstream: Refining & Petrochemicals

Strategies in Fuel Commercialization

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Is There a Future for Service Stations?

Powerful forces—including the rise of electric vehicles and changing consumer expectations—are buffeting fuel retailers. Companies must adapt or risk becoming irrelevant.

Commodity Trading & Risk Management

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