Julie Arnold began her career in the energy industry as a UK power trader when the market was deregulating in the late Nineties. She was Head of Power Trading for Asia Pacific at RWE until last year, when she became an independent consultant helping clients develop cross-border trading strategies, with a particular interest in Japan. Here, she talks to Jenita Riat, Director of EMEA Power, Gas and Energy Transition at Human Capital.
When European energy traders assembled in Germany at the end of February for E-World, coronavirus was already making its presence felt and concerns were rising. The number of attendees was lower than it has been in the past. Plenty of people cancelled meetings as we saw the beginning of what has now become a much more widespread movement to halt large gatherings and limit face-to-face interactions.
Instagram certainly lacks the power to solve the industry’s resourcing problem alone. But, if used in an authentic fashion by senior executives to share advances, insights and latest thinking, it could just help destigmatise the industry and at least pique the interest of a somewhat reluctant next generation.
This year’s annual gathering of energy majors at CERAWeek in Houston was dominated not by talk of fossil fuels, but of climate change.
Our Gas & Power team recently attended the annual E-world trade fair at Essen, where market participants gathered to discuss what’s new and what’s next
Recruitment activity was high in 2018, led by the continuing development of the LNG market and reorganisation in the gas and power space
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