Lászlo VarroVice President Global Business Environment at Shell
László has extensive experience in energy economics, policy and strategy. He studied economics at Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary, and the University of Cambridge, UK. He has worked as a regulator in Hungary’s electricity and gas markets and as Strategy Director for MOL Group, an independent oil and gas company. In 2011 he joined the International Energy Agency (IEA) as Head of Gas and Electricity Markets and led the IEA’s work on liquefied natural gas, gas supply security and electricity market design and regulation. He was appointed Chief Economist of the IEA in 2016, where he built a new team for energy investment analysis
and was responsible for methodological support for all IEA policy work. László joined Shell in 2021 where he leads the company’s analyses of macroeconomics, energy
scenarios, climate policy and geopolitics.