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Management and Decision-Making for Energy-Sector Professionals

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2 days
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Rate
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$2,195
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$2,195
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Language

French

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Émilie Mazet
Émilie Mazet
Program Manager
In Collaboration with Chair in Energy Sector Management

DID YOU KNOW…?

Quebec’s Energy Transition: Seize the Opportunity

The Quebec government has committed to completing the province’s energy transition over 10 years, in accordance with its 2030 Plan for a Green Economy, released on November 16, 2020.

The Plan will serve to guide the government’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to its target of 54 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent by 2030.

Electrification is one of the key priorities outlined in the Plan, but thus far it has not had a significant impact on fossil fuel consumption and GHG emissions. Additional measures will need to be put in place if these provincial objectives are to be met.

How can energy sector stakeholders identify emerging trends? What opportunities and pitfalls lie ahead? What approach should your organization take to these structural changes?

Under the circumstances, taking time to understand and analyze your options is essential if you want to engage with this shift and come out on top.

In this course, you will get the latest on global trends with Quebec’s specific legislative context taken into account. You will leave prepared to formulate an action plan tailored to your organization.

GOALS

  • Identify the opportunities and risks for your sector and the energy industry as a whole.
  • Develop a medium- and long-term action plan for your business to take advantage of the opportunities offered by Quebec’s energy transition.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

For professionals in the energy industry and anyone else interested in Quebec’s energy future and the opportunities being created.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Practical instruction from experts engaged in the energy conversation in Quebec.
  • A custom-made program for the business community developed in collaboration with HEC Montréal’s Research Chair in Energy Sector Management.

JOIN THE GROWING GROUP OF EXECUTIVES LEVERAGING HEC MONTRÉAL’S CONSIDERABLE EXPERIENCE TO BENEFIT THEIR COMPANIES.

Our vast knowledge of the energy sector is one of the reasons Executive Education HEC Montréal stands out from the crowd in this particular training niche. We have been helping energy industry managers and specialists hone their skills for more than 20 years. As a result, over 1,000 professionals have benefitted from our expertise, not only in Quebec but across the world in countries such as China, Columbia, Mexico, Algeria, Tunisia, Malaysia, Singapore and the Republic of the Congo.

This seminar on energy sector management focuses on identifying and understanding the opportunities available to Quebec managers and businesses in light of the province’s new energy policy. If you want to influence and participate in the action plans related to Bill 106, this is the course for you.

Day 1

  • Energy statistics
  • Industrial structure in the energy sector
  • Strategic management in the energy sector
  • Opportunities and risks in market development for fossil fuels, renewables and electricity
  • Looking ahead to 2030: Energy trends and challenges

Day 2

  • Energy market regulation in Quebec: Know the applicable legislation, relevant federal and provincial organizations, and the carbon market
  • Decision-making in a regulated environment
  • Gaining social, environmental and economic approval

TRAINING APPROACH

Participants learn through discussion of lectures, case studies and data seen in class.

Pierre-Olivier Pineau

MA (Philosophy), PhD (Administration), HEC Montréal

Professor, HEC Montréal

Sylvain M. Audette

MA

Guest Professor, HEC Montréal

On-site
Online

Management and Decision-Making for Energy-Sector Professionals

In Collaboration with Chair in Energy Sector Management

DID YOU KNOW…?

Quebec’s Energy Transition: Seize the Opportunity

The Quebec government has committed to completing the province’s energy transition over 10 years, in accordance with its 2030 Plan for a Green Economy, released on November 16, 2020.

The Plan will serve to guide the government’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to its target of 54 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent by 2030.

Electrification is one of the key priorities outlined in the Plan, but thus far it has not had a significant impact on fossil fuel consumption and GHG emissions. Additional measures will need to be put in place if these provincial objectives are to be met.

How can energy sector stakeholders identify emerging trends? What opportunities and pitfalls lie ahead? What approach should your organization take to these structural changes?

Under the circumstances, taking time to understand and analyze your options is essential if you want to engage with this shift and come out on top.

In this course, you will get the latest on global trends with Quebec’s specific legislative context taken into account. You will leave prepared to formulate an action plan tailored to your organization.

Presentation Program Instructors

GOALS

  • Identify the opportunities and risks for your sector and the energy industry as a whole.
  • Develop a medium- and long-term action plan for your business to take advantage of the opportunities offered by Quebec’s energy transition.

IS THIS FOR YOU?

For professionals in the energy industry and anyone else interested in Quebec’s energy future and the opportunities being created.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Practical instruction from experts engaged in the energy conversation in Quebec.
  • A custom-made program for the business community developed in collaboration with HEC Montréal’s Research Chair in Energy Sector Management.

JOIN THE GROWING GROUP OF EXECUTIVES LEVERAGING HEC MONTRÉAL’S CONSIDERABLE EXPERIENCE TO BENEFIT THEIR COMPANIES.

Our vast knowledge of the energy sector is one of the reasons Executive Education HEC Montréal stands out from the crowd in this particular training niche. We have been helping energy industry managers and specialists hone their skills for more than 20 years. As a result, over 1,000 professionals have benefitted from our expertise, not only in Quebec but across the world in countries such as China, Columbia, Mexico, Algeria, Tunisia, Malaysia, Singapore and the Republic of the Congo.

This seminar on energy sector management focuses on identifying and understanding the opportunities available to Quebec managers and businesses in light of the province’s new energy policy. If you want to influence and participate in the action plans related to Bill 106, this is the course for you.

Day 1

  • Energy statistics
  • Industrial structure in the energy sector
  • Strategic management in the energy sector
  • Opportunities and risks in market development for fossil fuels, renewables and electricity
  • Looking ahead to 2030: Energy trends and challenges

Day 2

  • Energy market regulation in Quebec: Know the applicable legislation, relevant federal and provincial organizations, and the carbon market
  • Decision-making in a regulated environment
  • Gaining social, environmental and economic approval

TRAINING APPROACH

Participants learn through discussion of lectures, case studies and data seen in class.

Pierre-Olivier Pineau

MA (Philosophy), PhD (Administration), HEC Montréal

Professor, HEC Montréal

Sylvain M. Audette

MA

Guest Professor, HEC Montréal

TESTIMONIAL(S)

“A great experience that more than lived up to the school’s reputation. Staff were attentive, and the teaching and materials were excellent.”

- Bineta Ba
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