The future of energy is limitless—and rapidly changing. Net Zero climate change goals, the push for green, renewable energy sources, and the need to secure energy supply chains are driving innovation at a rapid pace. The entities that are preparing for the global energy transition are the ones who stand to thrive in this evolving economy.

Womble Bond Dickinson is one of those innovators. Reuters has named the firm a finalist for its 2024 Global Energy Transition Awards. According to Reuters, the finalists are on the frontlines of “bold innovations, tangible actions, and effective transformation strategies from stakeholders across the transition ecosystem.”

Among Womble Bond Dickinson’s contributions to this critical conversation is authoring the 2024 Energy Transition Outlook Survey Report

Womble’s Energy and Natural Resources Sector team guides clients in the full spectrum of upstream, midstream, and downstream oil and gas, renewables (solar, wind, biofuels, and hydrogen), electricity generation and transmission, electric vehicles, and water infrastructure. Team members help energy sector executives and investors adjust their energy transition strategies to respond to the rising pressure to access sufficient—and ideally lower-carbon—energy in the short term, while moving to carbon-free renewable sources in the long term.

Jeff Whittle is Head of Womble’s Global Energy & Natural Resource Sector. Lisa Rushton, and Belton Zeigler serve as Co-Heads of Womble’s U.S. Energy and Natural Resources Sector. Richard Cockburn is the Head of Womble’s UK Energy and Natural Resources Sector, while Peter Snaith is Head of the firm’s UK Manufacturing Sector.