The energy market transition is presenting challenges to the economics of many traditional energy assets. Regulation, and the increasing deployment of zero-marginal cost renewable generation is leading to lower utilisation rates for conventional generation. However the energy transition is opening up opportunities for other traditional energy assets such as interconnectors, which are increasingly seen as part of the solution to balancing the future electricity networks.
Where electricity markets are becoming more local, gas markets are increasingly globalising with the growth in LNG, and the entry of new producers into the market due to the development of shale gas.
I help owners of conventional energy assets to optimise their portfolios, carry out due diligence for the sale or acquisition of new assets, and adapt their business models in the face of changing markets.