After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a degree in Finance, Accounting and Management, I took two gap years where I carried out voluntary work (Citizen’s Advice Bureau), an internship...
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Home > News & Views > Case Studies > Review of a North American gas scheduling and settlement programme
A leading global energy major had embarked on an ambitious multi-year initiative to transform the operations of its North American gas trading business.
After the successful completion of a business pilot, our client sought assurance that the critical strategic release was set up for success. We were asked by the CIO of the global trading business to conduct a thorough programme assurance review, and to provide pragmatic advice and if necessary, suggest interventions.
“Apart from their broad understanding of and experience in such projects, the real differentiator is that they integrate seamlessly and rapidly into our team and find a way to combine the best from all. This was another great example of a true collaborative experience with Berkeley, with the result that we were confident to make a major shift in strategy in difficult circumstances.”
COO, Global Gas Trading
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