The last year has been a challenge for energy markets with a global oversupply in crude oil exacerbated by a pandemic-induced drop in overall energy demand. Additionally, from a longer-term perspective, industry trends away from using traditional sources of fuel have been accelerating. Over the past few years, investment managers have become increasingly focused on environmental, social and governance factors (ESG) when looking to put money to work. Further, concerns over climate, sustainability of resources as well as pollution have encouraged energy-producing countries and companies to actively seek to change how power is accessed, supplied, distributed and ultimately used with the idea of limiting or eliminating negative effects on the environment. Below we discuss some developments that could change the business of energy over the coming decades.