"The future of global energy production across the value chain will be shaped by "black swans" of disruptive technology. Removing barriers to entrepreneurial creativity is key to staying ahead of the curve for companies and governments alike."
Dr. Peter Kaznacheev is a Principal in the Civil Economics, Energy & Infrastructure Competence Center. He has over 18 years of experience in investment strategy, market research, business development and public policy. Peter has advised a broad range of clients in energy, infrastructure and metals and mining.
Prior to joining Roland Berger, Peter was a consultant with an international financial institution, advising public sector clients in resource-exporting countries. Before that, he worked as a Business Development Advisor at a multinational oil and gas company in the UK, where he specialized in new business origination and strategic alliances with national oil companies.
Between 2002 and 2005, Peter worked for a major intergovernmental organization, dealing with economic, energy and environmental issues. Before that he was a consultant at a financial institution focused on political risk insurance in emerging markets. He has extensive work experience in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the United States.
Peter is an Associate Senior Fellow at King’s College London Energy Center (EUCERS). He is the author of over 50 academic and media publications, a frequent speaker at conferences and a visiting lecturer. Peter received a Master’s Degree in international economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC; and a BA and a PhD in political science and philosophy from Moscow State University.
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