Energy

The energy sector has evolved to become one of the most complex industry sectors, with strong interactions between various kinds of stakeholders. In the past years, the clock speed of change has become increasingly dynamic, and investment decisions are often huge. When dealing with their significant business decisions, executives must cope with strong governmental influences and significant long-term decisions that are typically hard to quantify.

Our quantitative approach to analyzing strategic interactions provides a suitable method with which to understand the potentials and risks of distinct strategic options in such an uncertain environment.



Aspects we have dealt with in the Energy industry

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Lobbying

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Labor negotiation

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Capacity utilization

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Large capacity investment

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Industry endgame simulation

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Assessing a disruptive strategy

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Major asset sales and spin-offs

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Market exit and pullback strategy

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Regulatory strategy and approvals

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Auctions, tenders, and auction design

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Locking in a market against competitors

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Industry consolidation and restructuring

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Disruptive technology impact and management

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Defense / counter strategy against competitor move

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Determination of location for new site / investment

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Strategic closing of plants / utilization management

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New market entry, also from and into foreign industries

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Assessment of market / competitive fitness of new technology

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Evaluation of new Technology introduction on competitive dynamics

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Market consolidation and assessing prerequisites for industry recovery

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Negotiation strategy, preparation, and support / multiple party negotiation

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Strategic alliances, joint ventures, and partnering: forming and ending them