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Technology and resources

We need to innovate and continue to advance technologically so we can address key gaps and challenges in the energy transition.

The power systems and sources, and the materials and resources we have relied on the past are changing. We need to adapt and reinvent to make our way into the future with secure and reliable access to energy and resources.

Solar thermal energy plant with a circular array of collectors. Clean energy, modern technology concept. Digital 3D render.

Energy systems and digitisation

In order to handle an influx of renewable energy, our entire system must be more flexible – from generation to transmission and demand.

Hydrogen

Hydrogen

Green hydrogen offers a potential solution to issue of future energy security and sustainability, but storage and cost-effective production require innovation.

Renewable energy

Renewable energy

We’re looking for ways to bring down the cost of renewable options and to create a reliable supply of energy.

Carbon removal

Carbon removal

Creating renewable energy is only one part of the net zero equation – developing methods to remove excess CO₂ in our atmosphere is equally critical.

Aerial photo of a backhoe on a mine site

Mining and critical minerals

Efficient extraction of minerals is key to the mining industry’s future, and we’re exploring how to maximise our mineral resources towards a low-carbon tomorrow.

Oil and gas in transition

Oil and gas in transition

During the energy transition, our electricity market and industrial sectors will continue to require the flexibility that gas can provide to ensure supply security.