Recruitment activity was high in 2018, led by the continuing development of the LNG market and reorganisation in the gas and power space
Metals and minerals trading started to show promise in 2018 after years of subdued activity and despite the decline in the EMEA coal sector. Mining is showing signs of returning to a growth cycle after almost a decade of stagnation and underinvestment, indicating a coming war for operational and project leadership talent.
Activity was characterised by market change in 2018, with the increasing spread of digitalisation and shifts in consumer focus driving demand for talent with technical and commercial backgrounds.
Increased competition for antibiotics-replacement technology has led to far higher demand for candidates with expertise in the field, and we expect this trend to continue in 2019
The oil-trading sector is in a state of overhaul as companies realise the need to re-tool operations in response to a market in the grip of structural change
The Metalshub trade platform is showing considerable growth less than a year from going live. We took a deeper look at the company to get a sense of how this has happened and what is next.
Society discredits coal while heavily subsidizing renewables and promoting gas at great cost to taxpayers in terms of economics and reliability. Grant Quasha, CEO and Managing Director of Paringa Resources, gives us a front-line view.
The ability to store bulk electricity will be the game changer for renewable generation. Francisco Morandi, VP of Corporate Strategy and Investments at AES, brings us up to date with a focus on Latin America.
The continuing growth of the LNG spot market has been driving increased demand for skilled trading talent
With IMO 2020 drawing closer, some dry bulk and shipping firms are realising that the time has come to bring oil trading talent in-house.
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