This 3-day course develops conceptual tools for oil & gas professionals to help them succeed in a complex modern environment which demands an awareness and appreciation of the geopolitical forces shaping it. This course will equip participants with an understanding of the implications of ongoing global change to ensure they lead effectively. Participants will also learn how to view the modern world and its current challenges to the energy industry through the eyes of its most powerful leaders.
As the rivalry between the United States and China intensifies, the implications are seen in every aspect of the oil & gas business, technology, across cultures and societies. Proxy wars, decoupling of global energy supply chains, reshuffling of global strategic flows and new financial threats to the Bretton Woods system are some of the most visible consequences of a new world emerging.
The current geopolitical environment and its transition to a new system must be considered when taking short and long-term business decisions by executives and leaders of the oil & gas industry to better prepare for the challenges of the future and a new global order. Alongside this test, the state of the climate, energy sources deficit, migration levels, and aging populations are all of concern to business leaders.
With the twilight of globalization and the individual governments taking back control of the borders, capital, and laws to protect the economy and security, new threads to the global trade and business relationships emerge. Oil & gas business leaders must be able to navigate such system complexities successfully in order to thrive.
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