Whether it’s related to energy price changes, emerging technology, or resulting from growth, companies must adapt regularly. Pale Blue Dot’s broad knowledge of the energy market, from oil and gas to thermal power, Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) to renewables, means they can help clients in that energy transition.
Pale Blue Dot Energy is a strong and diverse team of energy professionals. The company bring a different perspective, considerable creativity, innovative thinking and extensive business experience to some of the challenges faced by the low carbon transition.
Delivering support in three key areas
As energy sector management consultants with a deep understanding of oil and gas market factors, the potential for emerging resources such as shale, asset decommissioning, the challenges of emissions reduction and the revolution to low-carbon sources of energy, Pale Blue Dot is well positioned to see client situations from the right angle. With their perspective, companies can change and grow while addressing their energy transition needs.
Carbon Capture and Storage & Carbon Utilisation
Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage includes technologies to capture CO2 from large emissions sources and either sequester the CO2 permanently deep underground or re-use the CO2 to create value added products. The use of CCS along with other low carbon technologies has been shown to provide the lowest cost route to meet decarbonisation targets.
Emerging Energy Systems
With the radical change in our energy systems as we move to low carbon forms of energy supply, new opportunities are emerging in renewable energy, energy storage, hydrogen and fuel cells and our gas and electricity grids. Pale Blue Dot provide support in the opportunities created by these technology developments.
Oil and Gas Transition
The oil and gas sector is experiencing a significant discontinuity arising from volatile oil prices and the low carbon transition. Pale Blue Dot can support companies in the O&G sector in diversification efforts. Large energy users also face risks and opportunities driven by the transition from oil and gas who the company can support by developing long term energy strategies.