In the 20th century, we built our daily existence around the production and consumption of fossil fuels. Our use of oil has given us more jobs, leisure time, cheaper goods, and affordable travel – just to name a few benefits. Oil has made our lives richer and more efficient. But it came at a cost. The latest catastrophe? COVID-19. Jean Missinhoun is a hedge fund investor based in London who focuses on oil and energy investments. Up until the COVID-19 crisis, Missinhoun focused on dealings with Brent crude oil, as well as options and futures. But as the pandemic continued to expand, he realized the world has two choices: continue down the destructive path of fossil fuels or make the transition to green energy. Our exploration of renewable energy has the same potential to be just as fruitful as oil was a century ago, if not more so. And with the help of artificial intelligence, who knows what new materials or inventions we’ll make next as we embark on the 21st century. The trillion dollar question is: who will be the next Rockefeller?