László Varró is Vice-President, Global Business Environment at Shell, where he leads their Scenarios Team, and was formerly Chief Economist at the International Energy Agency. Varró joined Shell in 2021, after ten years at the International Energy Agency, firstly as Head of Gas, Coal and Electricity Markets (2011-2015), then as their Chief Economist (2016-2021). In his native Hungary, he spent six years at MOL (2005-2011), an integrated oil and gas company, and held posts at the Hungarian Energy Office (2000-2005) and at the National Bank of Hungary (1997-2000). Varró studied Economics at the Corvinus University of Budapest and completed graduate studies at the University of Cambridge.
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Meet the Shell Scenarios team | Shell Global
After Ukraine – The Great Clean Energy Acceleration | BloombergNEF (bnef.com)
Liebreich: Peak Emissions Are Closer Than You Think – and Here’s Why | BloombergNEF (bnef.com)
Ep97: Julio Friedmann "The Carbon Wrangler" | Cleaning Up. Leadership in an age of climate change.
Ep105: Nobuo Tanaka "The Race for Clean Energy Dominance" | Cleaning Up. Leadership in an age of climate change.
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