The Energy Sector needs Conscious Leadership.

Leaders who strike a balance between Environment and Economics.

‘Carbon footprint’ is no longer a fashionable term, but a harsh reality.… 

As governments become more environmentally conscious and put greater emphasis on energy efficiency and conservation, industries too need to follow suit, and create a balance between the economics of their business and its ecological impact. 

Hence, finding alternative energy solutions is the need of the hour. 

But, many companies have already invested heavily in traditional oil and gas exploration, production and distribution. Herein lies the dilemma for leaders in the energy sector, who need to mitigate potential risks, as they devise solutions for the future.

Add to that, the diversity of the energy market, which changes from almost one state to another, makes this sector a complex and dynamic one for leaders to navigate. 

This puts heavy demands on leadership in the energy sector. 

They require a comprehensive skill set like technical, analytical, problem-solving, collaboration skills, stakeholder management skills as well as a visionary approach. They need to balance opportunities and risks, as they articulate strategy for execution and drive people together with shared purpose and aligned values.

Moreover, in the energy sector, the costs of delays lend a heavy blow to the profit margins. So, while technical competencies are important, quintessential leadership and management skills also become crucial.

Additionally, leaders have to factor in governmental regulations, and a conscious mindset that strikes a balance between environment and economics. They need to proactively think about conservation and sustainability. 

Thus, energy leaders need to be open to absorbing the complexity of the field...

Their attributes should be that of curiosity to learn, and courage to manage the risks and responsibilities the sector holds.

Finding the right fit for a company thus requires recruiters to have in-depth knowledge of the sector and the candidate. 

Energy is one of CnetG Asia most prominent areas of expertise. 

We look for candidates who have both the right technical competencies to circumvent the inherent risks and delays in the industry, with enough leadership skill to steer the company into the future.

We have represented client organisations in various energy sectors such as alternative/renewable energy, FPSO, FLNG and other exciting sub-sectors. Over the years, we have successfully identified top talent for technical and commercial leadership roles within this intricate industry.   

With a global network of partners and consultants, CnetG has also helped some companies set up their oilfield services business and gas development and technology divisions. 

One of our Asian Project Directors - hired through us - was an integral part of a global project management think tank that established project management capabilities and industry standards for engineers worldwide.

The way energy is managed in the world, today and in the future, will depend on leaders in this sector.  

CnetG understands the critical nature of this mandate, and ensures your company makes the right choice, not just to retain your position as leader, but to make it a company of choice for the future, thanks to its ethical and conscious approach.

For more details on finding leaders in this sector, contact us here.

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  • Transportation and Installation 
  • Floating Platforms (FPSO and FLNG) 
  • Offshore Platforms 
  • Downstream (Refineries and petrochemical plants)
  • Engineering, Construction, EPC/EPCC
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