The energy industry represents one of the most amazing, dynamic, but also unpredictable sectors across the world. As the oil supply-demand balance is regularly on the edge and highly influenced by geopolitics, oil price volatility will continue to shape strategy for this capital-intensive industry.
The recent low oil price environment boosted M&A activity in the sector. Oil and Gas businesses must maximise benefits from the M&A process. Mergers provide the opportunity to high grade portfolios in line with strategy, drive operational efficiencies and capture the full synergy potential.
Speaker: Michael Jefferson, Editor of the journal Energy Policy and the first Chief Economist of the Royal Shell Group.
We are delighted to host a thought-provoking discussion on ''Trawling between Hopefulness and Hopelessness: Some Recent Examples from Economics to Energy Policy" with distinguished speaker and RCEM Advisory Board Member Dr Michael Jefferson, Editor of the journal Energy Policy, and the first Chief Economist of the Royal Shell Group.
When: Tuesday, 20 November
Where: Room G62, ESCP Europe's London Campus
Start time: 06:00 pm
End time: 08:00 pm
The ESCP Europe Energy Society in collaboration with Smart Global, the Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) and ESCP Europe will host a round-table discussion on "2019: What does the future hold for oil & gas markets?" held in tandem with the ESCP Europe Energy Trading Challenge 2019.
Taking place on 22 February at ESCP Europe's London Campus, the discussion will bring together world-class academics, top industry experts, and young talent from across the globe.
ESCP Europe Business School and its Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) will take part as Knowledge Partners at the 4th HAEE Energy Conference organised by the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics (HAEE) on 6 - 8 May 2019 in Athens, Greece.
It is an undeniable fact that we are witnessing a new evolving era in the global energy scene. This volatile environment poses serious questions, challenges and opportunities for countries, industries, professionals and academics. Apart from globally oriented concerns, the Conference will focus on the European energy sector which should constantly cope with uncertainties in the South-Eastern European region, which is a very sensitive area due to continuously changing geopolitical and social conditions.