In the framework of his annual course on Global Energy Economy, Prof. Indjikian organises open lectures by industry leaders and distinguished speakers for students and faculty in the Webster University Geneva Campus and by Zoom. Those who would follow the lectures on distance need to register here to get the Zoom link.
The Summer 2023 Global Energy guest speakers, who kindly accepted prof. Indjikian invitation are:
1. Gilles Garazi, Executive Director, Energy Transition, SIG, Geneva
“Meeting Geneva energy needs under the energy sustainability and transition paradigm”, 13 June 2023, 11:00 -13:00 CEST, WUG Campus, Classroom JURA 11
Gilles Garazi, during last 8 years at Services Industriels de Genève (SIG), was responsible for addressing strategies in energy transition, while meeting Geneva Canton and City demand for energy, ensuring phased switch towards cleaner energy and more efficient methods of providing energy services. Gilles holds a Bachelor and Master degrees in Geology from University of Geneva and postrgraduate level in Hydrogeology from Centre of Hydrogeology of Neuchatel.
2. Noé van Hulst, Vice-Chair IPHE (International Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Economy) and Hydrogen Advisor to IEA and Gasunie, senior Fellow CIEP (Clingendael International Energy Programme)
“Clean Hydrogen: the new global commodity market”, 22 June 2023, 11:00-13:00 CEST, via Zoom
Noé van Hulst has roughly 25 years of experience of working in national and international energy policy. He was Director-General for Energy in the Netherlands, Director Policy Analysis at the International Energy Agency (IEA) in Paris, Secretary-General at the International Energy Forum (IEF) in Riyadh, Director European Energy Academy in Groningen, Dutch ambassador at the OECD & IEA and Hydrogen Envoy of the Ministry of Economic Affairs & Climate in the Netherlands. He holds a Master degree and Ph.D. in economics at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.
3. David Fyfe, Chief Economist, Argus, London
“The price reporting agencies (PRAs), price indices and their role amid shifting trade dynamics”, 27 June 2023, 11:00– 13:00 AM CEST, WUG Campus, Classroom JURA 11
David Fyfe as a Chief Economist at Argus undertakes extensive analysis and provides regular reviews of global energy. He has more than 30 years’ experience of working in energy markets. Prior to joining Argus, David was Chief Economist at Gunvor. Before this, he managed the oil industry and markets division of the International Energy Agency and edited its influential monthly Oil Market Report. David has a master’s degree in energy policy and economics from Imperial College London.
Tuesday, June 27