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About the course
The world needs ever-increasing energy supplies to support the growth and development of industrialized economies. But how can we reconcile growth in energy demand with a positive response to climate change? This program is aimed at executives and senior managers working or planning to work in industries and services where energy production and consumption can have a significant impact on the corporate bottom line.
It addresses the need for leaders to develop a comprehensive and strategic view of the energy industry and to understand its opportunities and operational challenges.
The program will enable you to:
- Acquire an in-depth understanding of the energy business environment and market drivers
- Heighten your awareness of energy technologies and their potential impact on business models
- Develop and implement strategies that address issues associated with energy prices, volatility and hedging, as well as energy-sensitive investment and financing requirements
Consists of two 5-day sessions
FROM PRIMARY ENERGY RESOURCES TO END MARKETS
Reserves, players, investments, costs and operations, transportation economics, analysis of issues related to project financing and hedging strategies.
POWER MARKETS AND CARBON CONSTRAINT - WHAT’S IN IT FOR THE END USERS?
Specific issues in the sector - regulation, technological challenges, environmental constraints, electricity investment, generation and distribution, analysis of conventional and new power supplies.
Who should attend
Executives and senior managers working or planning to work in industries and services where energy production and consumption and/or greenhouse gas reduction policies could significantly impact the corporate bottom line.
Trust the experts
Associate Professor, Andrea Masini has been serving as Associate Dean, in charge of the MBA program, since January 2016. He holds a Ph.D. in Management from INSEAD (France). Prior to joining HEC Paris in 2010, Andrea was Assistant Professor of Operations and Technology Management at the London ...
Management in the new energy revolution - Andrea Masini HEC Paris