May 17th, 2016
Episode 527 of 836 episodes
There's been a recovery in the global oil price. We ask Total's chief executive, Patrick Pouyanné, whether it will last. Also, Andreas Schierenbeck, chairman of ThyssenKrupp Elevators, tells us about a new kind of lift the company is developing that goes not only up and down, but sideways too. How will it transform the way we design and construct buildings? Plus, Jeremy Wagstaff, Thomson Reuters' chief technology correspondent for Asia, wonders what driverless cars will do to the way we use roads. (Picture: Total chief executive Patrick Pouyanne (right) shows UK energy minister Amber Rudd around the new Shetland gas plant; Credit: Andy Buchanan/AFP/Getty Images)
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