It has been a turbulent year for many companies in the energy sector, but energy CEOs globally appear cautiously optimistic about what’s coming down the pipe for their organizations.
Despite significant challenges ranging from declining energy prices to increasing environmental regulations and the threat of new market entrants, energy CEOs remain focused on growth and global expansion.
In the energy sector, success in the future will require more than access to energy sources and delivery mechanisms. Companies will need to transform how they do business to make sure all aspects of their strategy are aligned in order to achieve their objectives in a world of constrained prices and enhanced competition. New innovations and technologies and human resource management will become even more important to ensure companies are operating the most effectively to serve their customers. In this report, find out more about energy CEOs, their 3 year outlook and insights on topics including strategy, growth and innovation, risk and regulation, cyber security, talent management and D&A.
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