DEPARTMENT: Research & Advisory (R&A)
REPORTS TO: R&A Managing Director
DIRECT REPORTS: -
Candidates should have the right to work in either the UK or USA.
Energy Intelligence is an independent provider of energy and geopolitical insights, analysis, data, and research. The company’s reputation has been built on uncompromised independent analysis from access to primary sources of information and data. The Information Services, Data Analytics, and Research & Advisory teams provide a unique platform and an integrated approach, which equips clients with differentiated value-added services vital to those in the energy industry. With over 60 years of expert energy coverage, Energy Intelligence is the standard to navigating today’s obstacles and taking advantage of tomorrow’s opportunities.
Energy Intelligence has offices in eight locations around the world: London, New York, Washington, Houston, Dubai, Beirut, Singapore, and Moscow.
The Research & Advisory (R&A) group at Energy Intelligence is seeking a candidate to join a dynamic international, multi-disciplinary team as a Senior Analyst, focused primarily on the global energy transition and its emerging technologies. R&A is the independent research and consulting arm of Energy Intelligence, providing high value-added analysis on corporate trends and competitive intelligence, as well as country risk issues, oil and gas/LNG markets, and macro trends in the energy sector, with a growing focus on the energy transition and climate-related risk.
The Senior Analyst, Energy Transition Technologies will primarily be responsible for energy transition analysis, with a strong focus on emerging clean energy technologies, under the supervision of R&A’s Director of Energy Transition Research. Responsibilities will include research, analysis, modeling, and writing on evolving energy transition issues, while also supporting analytical work across the wider range of Energy Intelligence Research services. This will involve analysis of emerging clean energy technologies with a strong focus on hydrogen, CCS, synthetic fuels, and biofuels, but also including renewable power and low-carbon transportation, as well as related policy, regulatory and commercial analysis. The candidate will also use these skillsets to support analysis of evolving technology strategies of traditional oil and gas firms, and may also contribute to the analysis of energy market dynamics and broader geopolitical risk issues.
The successful candidate will have experience or demonstrate the skills to do client-facing work, which includes presentations and responses to client inquiries as well as work on bespoke advisory projects.
This job description is not exhaustive and may be updated to reflect relevant changes in line with business requirements.
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Energy Intelligence is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or protected veteran status. Energy Intelligence will not discharge or in any manner discriminate against applicants or employees because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another applicant or employee. Nothing in this job posting should be construed as an offer or guarantee of employment.