The global energy & commodities sector is becoming more complex. Organisations must battle against tightening regulation, growing competition, complex back office systems, and the uncertainty of new markets and new technologies.
But on top of this, organisations are increasingly connected to each other, their customers, and the environment. To grow in this environment, organisations require executive officers with more than just a stellar résumé. Today’s energy and commodity leaders require the technical skills and strategic foresight to marry together technological, regulatory, and economic opportunity.
Executive Officer roles HC can fulfil:
- Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
- Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
- Chief Operating Officer (COO)
- Chief Commercial Officer (CCO)
- Chief Risk Officer (CRO)
- Chief Information Officer (CIO)
- Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
- Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)
Anoush joined HC Group in 2013 and spearheads the Liquid Fuels and Chemicals practice in the EMEA region.
Douglas joined HC Group as a Director in 2019 to lead our APAC Liquid Fuels and Chemicals practice from Singapore.
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Andrew joined HC Group in 2015 and is responsible for managing Latin America.
David is a Director overseeing the Corporate Functions and Gas, Power & Energy Transition practices in North America.
Damian Stewart is Managing Partner and co-head of HC Group.
Daniel joined HC Group in 2007 and is a Director working within the Liquid Fuels and Chemicals practice in London.
Edward Carter joined HC Group in 2014 and is the Head of Corporate Functions.
Paul Chapman is Managing Partner and Co-Head of HC Group.
Scott joined HC Group in 2008 and leads the global Metals and Minerals practice for HC.
Nuclear Power: perception versus reality with Mycle Schneider
Have we seen “peak nuclear”? And what are the consequences for the power markets?
Interview with Angelo Sartori, Director of Regional Outreach at standard organisation Verra
“The main challenge right now is the complexity of carbon markets.”
Power Purchase Agreements: reassessing the risks behind renewable power’s growth engine with Werner Trabesinger
What do the events of 2021 mean for the PPA going forwards? How will their structure and tenure change in response?
The Super-Cycle Effect: Convergence, Correlation & Volatility
As 2022 begins, the super-cycle that emerged in the energy & commodities trading sector in 2021 is expected to persist
The Fertilizer Market: the intersection of commodities with Andres Santacruz
Will fertilizers finally get a vibrant derivatives market?
2021 In Review
Host Paul Chapman reviews some of the major themes of 2021 covered in the podcast and comments on the plans for 2022.
Ukraine’s Energy Sector with Robert Bensh
What is the opportunity to invest in the Ukraine in this sky high energy price environment?
Carbon Offset LNG – Where Do We Go from Here?
Much ink has been spilled on the sale of ‘carbon neutral LNG’ in 2021, fueling more criticism of ‘greenwashing’.
The Battery Metals Supply Chain: Solutions & opportunities with Chris Berry
There is a fundamental mismatch between forecasted demand and supply for those metals vital for energy transition.
Interview with Emmanuel Desplechin, Secretary-General of ePURE
Interview with Emmanuel Desplechin, Secretary-General of ePURE: the beauty of ethanol, threats and shaping a plan B.
Revolutionizing Agriculture: machines, software and genetics
Technology is revolutionizing agriculture and its markets.
How Can the Bioindustry Scale Up While Attracting Talent?
HC Insider examines some proposed solutions to tackle this challenge.
Global search firm HC Group establishes Middle East entity in Abu Dhabi’s ADGM
HC Group is delighted to announce the creation of its Middle East entity, HC Group Middle East Ltd.
Commodities as Currencies: Traceability, Tokenization, G-Coin and beyond with Brent de Jong
Could commodities become new currencies, powering circular economies that de-risk all participants?
Fuelling the Future: Carving a Road for Ethanol as a Transport Fuel
Testament to the interest in ethanol is a growing number of companies establishing ethanol and biofuels trading desks.