BP


Bet on a rapid transition

17/09/20 -"Three day CMD to detail how BP will redeploy hydrocarbons’ capital into renewables. The latter are expected to grow by 12% CAGR by 2030, which surely is more exciting than oil. Returns do not ..."

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62
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English
Published on
17/09/20
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