Oil & Gas
Cripps Sears is at the forefront of the trends and complex challenges facing the oil and gas industry often serving as a strategic partner to some of the world’s premier oil and gas organisations.
We know that to succeed in today’s global marketplace, oil and gas organisations must re-orientate themselves to drive creativity and expand capability, while steadily increasing productivity and reserve value. In this industry-defining period, we know there is a talent shortage for experienced global leaders who can excel in this environment.
Our depth of industry knowledge enables us to create a precise leadership roadmap to address the complex challenges ahead. Our experience and capabilities uniquely position us to help drive new culture, enhance team performance, integrate an acquisition or fill a single executive need – all while minimising leadership risk across the business.
Energy efficiency, smart meters and smart homes are revolutionising how consumers use energy. An increasingly competitive marketplace has meant that major players are under increasing pressure from smaller providers that are adapting to the new rules of the sector. For utility executives to remain competitive and relevant, they need to uncover a new generation of leaders that can go beyond
The most successful utilities companies are now those that are excelling in customer service, against a backdrop of deregulation, which is increasing competition. The organisations getting ahead are those innovating with new service business models to attract customers and sustain margins.
Our international team of experts serves a dynamic list of public and private utility entities from start-up to high growth and mature stage companies, as well as investor-owned utilities, private equity firms, investment banks, and foreign and domestic infrastructure funds.
We follow the critical utilities issues and trends facing executives and how they affect the talent agenda. From our ongoing insights and dialogues with top-level executives every day, we know the industry seeks non-utility focussed talent to pioneer fresh approaches in this rapidly changing sector.