Our guest, Arcady Sosinov, CEO and Founder of Freewire Technologies, believes electric vehicles present the biggest industrial change and opportunity in our lifetimes. With most major automobile manufacturers announcing phasing out combustion engines by 2035, we have passed the tipping point.
Alex Chandy, former energy trader and now CEO of 2DA, a data analytics software firm in commodities trading, gives us his insight.
In this episode we address compliance in the commodities world with Frank Hayden. What it is, what it means and how digitisation is changing how organisations, and regulators, manage it.
In this episode, we talk to Milena Lopez, CEO of Keops Consulting, which provides advisory services around sustainability – projects, origination, and financing – in the commodities sector.
In this episode, we focus on clean hydrogen’s current and future role in transportation, from the aerospace industry, to shipping, and roads.
HC Insider Podcast host Paul Chapman, looks back at this year’s episodes and discusses the key trends that were identified in 2020 in the commodities sector from a talent perspective.
Calvin Johnson, Head of Commercial at Proton Technologies guides us through the various pathways available now to commercialize hydrogen along the value chain.
In this episode, David Port guides us through the unique sources of risk in the commodities business, the tools used to manage them and the factors that continue to contribute to outsized and unexpected losses.
Nick Allen, General Manager of Global Crude and NGLs at ConocoPhillips, joins us to discuss the state of the crude oil markets and the drivers behind the current trends from acquisitions and consolidation to the surge in returns from trading books.
On November 10, 2020, Paul Chapman hosted a panel at the Reuters Commodity Trading Summit focused on sustainability and profitability in commodities trading. The panel discussed whether we need new products to capture sustainability attributes, how to build trust and track these products and what are the commercial drivers, the hurdles and opportunities for the commodities sector itself.
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