In this Insights, Herb Rakebrand discusses how the changing regulatory environment has broad implications for downstream players, such as utilities, power generators, and all those who rely on natural gas and electricity from these sources. Growth in regional infrastructure is a critical factor for utilities to provide economic and reliable service to its customers.
Though the need for gas infrastructure remains strong, our observation of the evolving political, market, and regulatory landscapes suggest that pipeline developers and downstream players may benefit from updated analytic and strategic frameworks as dialogue shifts toward a “non-carbon future.”
Ukraine War and five lasting changes for the energy sector
The war in Ukraine is creating geopolitical, social, and economic disruption in the energy sector and beyond, just as the world is beginning to recover from...