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PE launches Transition Economist and Hydrogen Economist services

LONDON - The PE Media Network, publisher of Petroleum Economist, the leading global information service for the full hydrocarbon value chain, is bringing the same analytical depth and rigorous editorial standards to two rapidly-evolving sectors, the energy transition and the emerging hydrogen economy.

PE journalists have always gone beyond the hype to uncover what really matters, delivering exclusive, value-add intelligence from a global network of dedicated correspondents and expert guest contributors. And they are uniquely supported by PE Maps, the energy industry’s leading cartographic department.

“PE has always taken its subscribers beyond the superficial and offered a deep dive into what really matters on the largest issues in the hydrocarbons sector,” says PE’s editor-in-chief Peter Ramsay. “I really look forward to expanding this approach fully into transition and hydrogen.”

Demand response

During 2020, PE ran an exhaustive reader survey from which two things became immediately clear. There is huge demand for the in-depth analysis PE already provides on hydrocarbons to be applied to the business strategies that will guide the energy industry to net-zero emissions. And a similar appetite exists around the strategies that will help foster an international hydrogen economy.

Alastair O'Dell, Editor, Hydrogen Economist and Transition Economist
Alastair O'Dell, Editor, Hydrogen Economist and Transition Economist

“Ever since I joined PE, I have been fascinated by the sea change through which the energy sector has been going,” says Alastair O’Dell, who will edit both new services. “PE has been delving deeper into transition and hydrogen themes for many months now, and I am hugely excited to formalize this with two new products.”

Full service

Transition Economist and Hydrogen Economist, as well as Petroleum Economist, will each have their own dedicated websites, with enhanced multimedia features including video webcasts, podcasts, interactive maps and data services. As well as proving daily actionable intelligence to its subscribers, each service will offer a range of dedicated email alerts, from regular news updates to sector-specific summaries on a weekly or monthly basis. And all three titles will showcase the whitepapers and special reports from our PE Insight Centre industry partners, as well as bespoke surveys gauging the views of the global PE audience.

“It is all about responding to customer demand,” says PE managing director Elliot Jacobs. “The two new services are only part—albeit a hugely important plank—of the evolution of PE as a modern multimedia, multi-channel option for energy industry information and communication.”

About Transition Economist

Transition Economist is a global digital-only channel of interest to leaders in the oil and gas sector as well as renewable energy developers and all energy transition stakeholders. It will cover everything related to reducing the global energy system’s carbon footprint, including:

• Decarbonization of the oil and gas sector

• Electrification of global energy demand

• Growth of renewables and other low and zero-carbon options

• Gas and LNG’s role as a bridge and destination fuel

• The economics of energy transition

• Carbon pricing and trading schemes around the world

• Policy and regulation relevant to the transition, including individual governments’ initiatives and international agreements

• The strategies of oil and gas companies as well as renewables and technology firms

About Hydrogen Economist

Hydrogen Economist is a global digital-only channel of interest to leaders in the oil and gas sector as well as all stakeholders involved in the burgeoning hydrogen economy. It will cover every aspect of the sector, including:

• Production of all ‘colours’ of hydrogen, with a particular focus on green and blue

• Evolution of demand and use cases

• Innovation in storage and transportation

• Policy and regulation, including government strategies and international initiatives

• Strategies of companies involved in hydrogen, from IOCs entering the sector to pure-play start-up firms

• The economics of moving towards a hydrogen economy

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