WRA Interview Series

John Gugel, President & CEO of Honeywell UOP

Published on 16th September 2020

In the latest WRA Interview, we sat down with John Gugel, President & CEO of Honeywell UOP.

In this wide-ranging interview, we spoke about how COVID-19 has given the opportunity for refiners to rationalise their portfolios and refocus their strategies towards stronger assets. We also explored the potential of CO2 reduction through taxation and carbon pricing to create a sustainable long-term business. Have a listen now!

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