Gas market issues have taken up one of the central spots in the broader European energy landscape. New sources of gas have been uncovered in the upstream, new gas pipelines have been approved while some have been removed from the map, and the downstream gas market has moved toward a spot based pricing mechanism. Long-term supply contracts, once a reliable source of steady cash streams, have turned into the bane of modern utilities and gas storage has also witnessed a negative trend. While EU regulation suggests gas-fired power plants to be a crucial part of Europe’s future electricity mix, gas prices make major investments far from feasible.
The current trends and market fluctuations have made it only more obvious that success requires considerable skill, experience and an appropriate mindset.
GJP International successfully helped clients sift out key skills and talent in the past, and are exquisitely equipped with own skills and experience to assist their clients find the best and most appropriate people in the currently developing situation. We have placed candidates throughout the entire value chain, both in the past and recently, helping our clients to hire efficient managers and set-up successful teams at any point along the value chain.