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MB A, B or C? What is your choice going to be?”

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Professor Paul de Leeuw from RGU’s Energy Transition Institute, will discuss the energy transition, including Managing Business As-is (MBA), Managing Back Better (MBB) and Moving to a Better Climate (MBC).

Wherever you look, change is happening - in politics, business, the economy, the climate and in the way we all live and work. In recent years, virtually every industrial sector around the world has been experiencing rapid and sometimes devastating change. Technology, new ways of working and rapidly changing societal expectations have transformed industries and business and similar change is inevitable across the energy sector.

As the world recovers from COVID-19 and seriously starts to address the climate challenge, exciting new opportunities will emerge for all of us. Against this backdrop, Professor Paul de Leeuw from Robert Gordon University’s Energy Transition Institute will talk about the energy transition, including Managing Business As-is (MBA), Managing Back Better (MBB) and Moving to a Better Climate (MBC).

Paul is a senior industry leader and executive with over 30 years’ experience in the global energy sector.

He has worked in a wide range of companies, including Shell, Marathon Oil, Amoco, BP, Venture Production and Centrica.

He is currently the Director of Robert Gordon University’s Energy Transition Institute, a Professor at Robert Gordon University, Chair of PlanSea Solutions, a board member of the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) and a member of the Opportunity North East (ONE) Energy sector board.

Paul is an experienced non-executive director, with over 20 years of involvement in public, private and voluntary sector organisations.

Paul is also a regular contributor to industry events and a commentator on issues and developments in the international energy sector.

This online discussion will be hosted on Zoom; the meeting link will be sent to you by 2pm UK time on the day of the discussion. Please check your spam inbox if you do not see it.

Please direct any questions to Heather Wardrope, Alumni Engagement Officer, h.wardrope1@rgu.ac.uk

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