"Ready, Fire, Aim" - Way Too Much Collateral Damage to Be A Strategy for Achieving Positiv

As the effects of climate change become more and more evident, so the pressure to move away from hydrocarbons increases. Needles to say, as with any heated debate there are polar opposites ranging from those who deny the existence of climate change, to those who believe we must stop using all kinds of hydro carbons tomorrow. It is my belief that both extremes fall into the category of “ready, fire, aim”, and hence, an embracement of either manifesto would end up with a lot of collateral damage. In a recent article I wrote “Stranded Assets – Beyond Hydro Carbons” I discussed the reality that stranded assets go way beyond in-ground proven reserves of hydrocarbons. In this article, I will discu


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