The Business Economics Club and the Center for Social Responsibility invites everyone to a workshop entitled “Reframing the Energy Conversation: Profiting from Energy Transitions” at the Telengtan Hall on February 8 (Wednesday) at 1:00 pm. The workshop will examine energy sector, the global energy sector as it continues to face volatility in prices and rapid shifts in energy resource trends.
The speaker will be Dr. Ricardo Barcelona who will talk about how many energy business managers often get overly fixated on concepts like Net Present Value as a criterion for energy investment decisions and capital budgeting in uncertain energy markets. He will introduce the concept of ‘Option-games’ reasoning as a better approach to untangling complex decisions in the uncertain word of energy investments.
Dr. Barcelona has held senior executive roles at Shell Gas & Power, ABN AMRO Rothschild Warburg (now UBS) as well as in various industries in Hong Kong, Taipei, Madrid and London. Dr. Barcelona obtained his PhD in Management from King’s College, London in the UK and his MBA from the IESE Business School in Spain.
The program may be viewed here.
The workshop fee is Php5000 per participant. Please fill out the online registration form here or email firstname.lastname@example.org on or before January 27 (Friday). No cancellations will be accepted after February 2 (Thursday).
Institutions that send at least five participants will be considered event sponsors and will be acknowledged in handouts and venue signages.
For inquiries, please contact the Business Economics Club through Ms. Kellai Toledo at 637-0912 local 335.