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TRANSPORT ENERGY SYSTEMS ANALYST

Renewable, Power & Nuclear, Petrochemical, Chemical & Fertiliser, Oil & Gas, Mining & Minerals, Maritime/Shipping, Construction & Infrastructure

Reference ID

TRANSPORT ENERGY SYSTEMS ANALYST

Type

Permanent

Category

Renewable, Power & Nuclear, Petrochemical, Chemical & Fertiliser, Oil & Gas, Mining & Minerals, Maritime/Shipping, Construction & Infrastructure

Salary

Job description


Purpose


Conduct innovative research and policy analysis on the transport energy systems of interest to client


Provide technical expertise and expert insights to senior management, and foster the development of talent within the organization


 


Requirements:


Bachelor’s degree in a science or engineering discipline


An advanced degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Physical Sciences, Economics, or a related field is highly desirable.


At least 10 years of professional experience, including at least 5 years as a recognized specialist in transport analysis and/or energy systems modelling


Proven track record of publications and innovations.


Familiarity with econometrics and its application to energy systems modeling would be an advantage.


A reasonable understanding of the overall energy and industry landscape, supply/demand equilibrium, and market structures/dynamics, as well as expert understanding of the transport sectors and relevant regulations.


Demonstrated ability to understand and critique techno-economic analyses, business strategies, and public policies.


Hands-on experience with computer programming, using common platforms such as MATLAB, Python, R, VBA, etc.


 


Responsibilities


Develop robust methodologies and modeling frameworks to translate policy and technology developments into research questions and business opportunities.


Build and/or use well-calibrated energy system models to analyze energy and technology pathways and gain strategic insights into their impact on the over energy and industry landscape.


Identify and analyze trends and developments in the transport sectors, taking into consideration global energy economics, trading patterns, product specifications, supply/demand of crude oil and refined products, corporate strategies, consumer behavior, policies, and regulations.


Provide technical advice and recommendations to internal and external stakeholders, especially, senior management on research strategies and plans in transport technologies.


Support ongoing research projects within the Transport Technologies R&D Division.


Identify opportunities and make recommendations for continuous improvements as part of client’s global Research & Development team.


Mentor and coach less experienced researchers.





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