We're the global research and consultancy business powering the natural resources industry. For nearly 50 years, we’ve been partnering with our customers to provide the data, analytics, and insights they rely on to inspire their decision making.
Why Wood Mackenzie
The world is in transition and we are placing analytic insight at the heart of the changing markets to bring prosperity to businesses, nations, and societies and, ultimately, accelerate the world’s transition to a more sustainable tomorrow.
48+ years providing bespoke insight
700+ research and consulting experts
30+ offices across 5 continents
Wood Mackenzie Lens Power
Make confident investment decisions in clean energy with integrated power and renewables data and analytics to connect, visualize, and support your energy transition journey.
Lens Power. A complete data and analytics solution for the Energy Transition.
We've reached a pivotal point in our global battle against climate change. In November 2021, countries from around the world united in Glasgow to debate, review and set new targets to reduce greenhouse gases.
Women in energy
We showcase research and analysis from some of our most accomplished and influential women in energy and natural resources. Meet some of the many outstanding women we're proud to work with – and explore their latest thinking.
Energy transition guide
The energy transition is well underway. Discover what the future holds for renewable energy and what clean disruption means for your business.
Hydrogen could have a huge role to play in decarbonising the global economy, especially in hard-to-decarbonise sectors. Our experts examine its potential, and the challenges that must be overcome.
Electric vehicles guide
The future of transport is evolving, driven by rapidly changing electric vehicle economics and technological innovations. Our experts examine what that means for oil, metals and power markets around the world.
Materials transition guide
How do emerging trends around sustainability, recycling and circularity affect materials markets?