Neil has over 20 years’ experience of working in the energy industry in various roles and currently heads up a team of Energy Analysts at the EIC. The team’s main role is to support EIC members in identifying business opportunities in the global energy markets. Prior to joining the EIC in 2007, Neil worked with IHS Energy.
Recent work has seen Neil engage extensively with stakeholders in the energy transition sectors and he has successfully led a piece of work on supply chain capability mapping for the carbon capture and hydrogen sectors, which shows the existing UK energy supply chain is well placed to play a significant role in these industries in the future.
The EIC is the UK’s largest energy supply chain trade association, a not-for-profit with 750 member companies, across oil & gas, power, nuclear, renewable and energy transition markets that, for 78 years, has advised governments and boardrooms, and helped companies to grow at home and around the world. The EIC team’s real passion is helping companies to diversify, export and grow – and their members benefit from EIC’s unique suite of products and services – namely, energy market CAPEX, OPEX & supply chain capability databases, 250 events p.a., industry & government networks, international launchpad offices and extensive market insights.
A much-awaited session for all attendees, our expert will provide an overview of current project developments in Europe and worldwide, and future opportunities in the sector. In addition to oil & gas and the sustained demand for renewable energy projects, alternative forms of energy are both on the rise and there are changing trade flows globally. Updates will also be given on the readiness of the supply chain to be able to deliver the increasing number of cleantech projects.
Thursday 19 May 11:00 - 11:30 Room 1