Energy Outlook: Overcoming the Crisis | World Economic Forum 2022 Live

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The global energy landscape and markets are being radically reshaped as governments and businesses respond to the crisis and reduce dependence on Russian energy. To halt the energy crisis and provide greater energy security and sustainability, what priority issues require action by governments and companies? With Robert Habeck, Catherine MacGregor, Fatih Birol, Vicki Hollub, Jason Bordoff, Hardeep Singh Puri.

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