• "Hope Is Not A Policy, But Neither Is Despair"

    We had the honor of visiting with Ambassador David Satterfield, who recently assumed the role of Director at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.

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  • "Facilitating Technology That Addresses Uncertainty"

    Today we had a fantastic guest for our COBT discussion, Dr. Karl Meeusen. Karl serves as Director of Markets, Legislative and Regulatory Policy at Wärtsilä.

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  • Veriten Continues Expansion with New Strategic Advisory Board

    Veriten, an innovative knowledge platform focused on the energy, technology, and environmental future, today announced the addition of five distinguished energy industry leaders as senior advisors to the firm.

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  • Naming Veriten

    Hear about the origination of our name, which ties to our primary focus – providing Truth in Energy.

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We're on a mission to seek and share the truth in energy.

If we're going to save the world, we need to start by saving the conversation.

Veriten is an energy-focused knowledge platform that brings diverse perspectives to the energy transition environment, helping industry and investors make informed decisions. Independent and employee-owned, we are committed to truth in energy, strength through partnership, rigorous research, and intellectual honesty. Our mission is to help the world achieve energy abundance, while minimizing environmental harm. We provide a robust analytical approach, technical expertise, and fact-based content to guide all stakeholders across traditional energy and new energy markets. Through our online and mobile platforms, we educate, entertain, inform and collaborate with energy producers, energy consumers, academics, politicians, policymakers, and any other open-minded individuals and organizations. Veriten is your pipeline for energy nourishment. Tap in.

We're forming unique partnerships to evaluate and invest in the future of energy.

One of the key underlying questions in all of our analysis is “what will the energy world look like in ten years?” We chose that timeframe as very meaningful change can happen in ten years, it’s a longer but still practical planning horizon, and it’s a short enough timeframe that planning must begin soon to accomplish the objectives. We also anticipate massive change in energy over the next decade but know as long-time energy people that technologies, policies, developments outside of energy, financing markets, geopolitics, and many other factors almost always intervene in ways that disrupt the conventional wisdom. We believe if we are continually analyzing the range of rolling ten-year scenarios, it will serve to make our own capital allocation, and that of our partners, much better. We are excited to visit with you about being our partner.

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