- Nanne Bakker
- Senior Account Manager
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In this 4-day programme led by experienced project managers you learn how to carry out large international energy projects, both in renewables and fossil fuels. The course, which pays special attention to the increasing interconnectedness in global energy systems, covers the entire project management process from project finance and scoping and planning to execution and realisation.
*Strong focus on practice
*Latest project management techniques
This intensive 4-day programme takes you through the entire process of carrying out a complex international energy project.
The first day covers investment and risk strategies and the different instruments and practices for financing large energy projects. A number of concrete business cases will be assessed.
During the second day, participants will go through the crucial stages of project definition and planning. Special attention is paid to the intercultural and leadership aspects of working on complex projects with international teams.
On the third and fourth day, the focus is on the project execution and realisation phases. Participants will be confronted with all the practical challenges involved in bringing a project to completion and will be given the tools they need to handle this key part of the project management process.
This programme is intended for middle and higher management executives in the energy sector involved in large midstream and downstream projects.
It is also very useful for managers or professionals who are involved in overseeing or supporting such projects.
Alexander Van de Putte is Member of the Board of The National Investment Corporation of the National Bank, Kazakhstan. His professional career includes executive positions at the Kazakhstan Development Bank, the World Economic Forum, Shell, PwC and McKinsey. Alexander Van de Putte is also Professor of Strategic Foresight at IE Business School, and Co-Director of the Master of Energy & Sustainability Leadership programme at the Graduate Institute in Geneva.