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Faced with a scarcity of fossil resources, growing ecological concerns and an unstable geopolitical situation, the energy sector is undergoing profound transformations.

In this context, energy players must seize opportunities, adapt and innovate in order to meet the challenges:

  • Dealing with a strengthened regulatory framework Since 2019, the European legislative and regulatory framework has been considerably strengthened to take into account the challenges of the energy transition. These new regulations require economic players to monitor their energy performance indicators more closely and control their activities (anti-money laundering, corruption, etc.).
  • Respond to environmental challenges with green energy, The use of renewable energies is expected to accelerate as production and storage technologies continue to evolve.
  • Take advantage of technological innovations in order to adapt to market changes and innovate in terms of production processes and products. Organizations need to refocus their digital transformation agenda on accelerating and prioritizing the energy transition.


Our presence in theenergy for several years has allowed Finegan Advisory to develop expertise that helps our clients face the major transformations of the sector in order to improve their competitive advantages and profitability.

Be part of the energy transition, implement profound transformations to meet the requirements of growth and cost control, our Finegan experts are at your side to provide pragmatic solutions that secure your transformation.


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The objective of the Paris agreement is to keep global temperatures well below 2 degrees

In 2021, global primary energy consumption amounted to 595.15 exajoules

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Energy-related CO2 emissions reached nearly 33.9 billion tonnes in 2021

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Consumption of renewable energies excluding hydroelectricity increased by 15% (2021)

In 2021, fossil fuels still accounted for more than 82% of primary energy consumption and more than 61% of electricity production worldwide.