Association Webinars: Energy Transition and Corporate Strategy: From Adaptation to Transformation


While the coronavirus crisis has sent shockwaves through the oil and gas industry, the energy transition remains companies' biggest existential threat. Indeed, during the pandemic, many firms have placed even more attention on the energy transition and its implications.

Which companies are best positioned to survive the energy transition-and which are most exposed? What approaches and strategies are companies pursuing to adapt and transform their business models? How much investment are they committing to low-carbon solutions?

For this webinar, TJ Conway, Head of Energy Transition Research at Energy Intelligence (and NCAC council member) will answer these key questions and more.


TJ Conway is a Director in the Research & Advisory group at Energy Intelligence, and Head of Energy Transition Research.

Mr. Conway joined Energy Intelligence Research & Advisory in 2011 to develop research products analyzing the above-ground oil and gas industry landscape, and for over eight years headed the global macro service, Strategic Trends. He now leads the new Energy Transition Service, which analyzes how the low-carbon energy transition is unfolding, and which companies and countries are best-placed to survive and adapt.

Mr. Conway is also a Professor of the Practice at Georgetown University, where he teaches an energy course through the Landegger Program in International Business Diplomacy. He serves on the executive council of the National Capital Area Chapter of the US Association for Energy Economics.

Prior to Energy Intelligence, Mr. Conway led the Latin America analysis for the Markets & Country Strategies Group at PFC Energy, focusing on national oil companies, above-ground risk and oil markets. He previously was an energy research fellow at the Inter-American Development Bank.

Mr. Conway has dual degrees, in Economics and Philosophy, from Northwestern University, and an MS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. He is fluent in English and Spanish, has a working knowledge of Portuguese, and speaks basic Japanese.


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