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Global Trends Signpost Tracker: 16 April 2015

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Explore our Risk Tracker to assess key risks and Signpost Tracker to monitor key events for the global energy industry. In this issue, we look at the Shell-BG deal and Google's entry into the 'battery arms race'. Shell will acquire BG for US$82 billion, challenging ExxonMobil as the biggest IOC producer by the end of the decade. Google is joining other technology giants Apple and Tesla, to find a battery technology breakthrough to transform global transport and renewables markets.

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  • Signposts – major events impacting the Global Trends Risk Tracker
  • Key risks, trends, signposts – and the impact on the energy industry

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