Navigating the Complex Landscape of Energy Transition Decisions

The current transition to reduce—and conceivably eliminate—carbon emissions is a transformational socio-economic event at an unprecedented scale. This movement can be viewed as a complex interaction of players and the decisions they make.

In this webinar, our speakers discuss how the decisions made by and available to these players are highly interrelated and will shape the pace and effectiveness of the energy transition. Using the decision quality framework, they will demonstrate how to make these decisions transparent and defensible.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • Who are the entities involved in energy transitions?
  • What decisions do they face?
  • How can they make robust decisions within the decision quality framework?

Speakers

Sang-Won KimDr. Sang-Won Kim has more than 20 years of experience helping clients make large capital-investment decisions, particularly in the energy value chain. His clients include large exploration and production companies, national oil companies, pipeline operators, merchant and regulated utilities, and engineering, procurement and construction contractors. He specializes in developing practical solutions to complex decision problems and communicating strategic insights with his clients. He is a partner with management consulting firm Strategic Decisions Group and head of the energy practice.

Timothy Sulser, SDGTimothy Sulser is an experienced senior oil and gas executive and change agent with a track record of managing complex organizations and leading multidisciplinary teams. He has more than 20 years of experience in strategy development, asset and technology valuation, deal negotiation, acquisition & divestiture, and capital markets and private equity funding. He is a senior engagement manager with Strategic Decisions Group.

ORIGINAL WEBINAR DATE: November 17, 2021