Business Development

  • Business Development – Markets: market entry and timing; develop project leads; identify funding sources; establish effective early stage business structures; assess early movers; assist with customs, trade licenses and related issues.
  • Business Development – Partners: Connecting with local partners, financiers, operators, manufacturing groups, service companies, engineering companies, construction companies, utilities and government leaders to maximum advantage.
  • Business Development – Projects: making the right early-stage connections to leading project sponsor groups, government agencies, engineering companies, banks, private equity and institutional investors, and guiding a company through to successful project opportunities.

 

International Government Relations

  • In-country government officials: work to develop new projects and new technologies; speed regulatory and bureaucratic hurdles; identify key issues and develop communication plans
  • Utilities and national oil companies: work with procurement officials, technology leaders and other to demonstrate cost and implementation advantages for new projects and technologies.
  • United States Government: use available tools at the Dept. of State, Dept. of Commerce, and other agency spending;.

 

Market Intelligence and competitor assessments

  • In-country government officials: work to develop new projects and new technologies; speed regulatory and bureaucratic hurdles; identify key issues and develop communication plans
  • Utilities and national oil companies: work with procurement officials, technology leaders and other to demonstrate cost and implementation advantages for new projects and technologies.
  • Market : Discussions with leading energy market participants to determine what and who is in the market; what they are doing and where they are focused.