Key Market
Circular Economy
Viewpoint
Repurposing the oil and gas industry to survive energy transition

As our global population rapidly increases, the transition from a linear to a circular economy is crucial to reduce consumption of the earth’s finite resources, minimise waste, cut carbon emissions, and create a more sustainable future. In a circular economy, waste and pollution are designed out, the lifespans of materials and assets are extended, and natural systems are regenerated.

Wood is accelerating the shift towards a circular model by exploring bold ideas and innovative models that will restore and regenerate our cities, create sustainable and resilient environments and unlock new energy solutions.

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