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Reinventing the Energy Value Chain: Supply Chain Roadmaps for Digital Oilfields through Hydrogen Fuel Cells

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Transforming the industry September 2021!

"This book is encyclopedic as well as a how-to manual, a gem for those interested in energy supply chains." --Dr. Jaydeep Balakrishnan, PhD, Associate Dean, College of Business Administration at the California State University, Sacramento, and former Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary.

"Much of the foundational thinking on which this book is built concerns the differentiation between the value chain and the supply chain thinking and is thus suitable for those working in the supply and demand spaces and in every part of supply chain including producers, suppliers and distributors of energy." --Dr. Waddah S. Ghanem Al Hashmi, PhD, Senior Director, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC)

Built on the foundation laid by David Jacoby's 2012 book Optimal Supply Chain Management in Oil, Gas, and Power Generation, Reinventing the Energy Value Chain expands those concepts to address energy transformation. As the push for diversification of energy sources continues, this book takes a pragmatic view. It provides a toolbox of techniques to successfully manage the range of complex tradeoffs that are inherent in capital projects and operations & maintenance across energy technologies and apply best practice techniques to emerging energy industries - from the small to the large project, and from solar to nuclear and everything in between.

The book is broken into two parts. Part one provides a conceptual framework for value chain management in the energy sector. It lays out the objectives, key business processes, and performance metrics that provide useful guideposts. It offers first principles that should guide value chain initiatives in the energy industry and explains how to organize supply chain management activities. Part two includes initial chapters on capital project and operations management and explains overall tools and techniques that are relevant to energy supply chains broadly speaking. The ensuing chapters show how these concepts apply to 10 energy technologies:

  • Oil & gas
  • Nuclear
  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Gas and coal-fired power
  • Hydropower
  • Biomass
  • Geothermal
  • Energy storage
  • Hydrogen fuel cells

Features and Benefits

  • A purposeful set of concepts and principles furnishing those investing in energy projects with a good overall guide to aid them in their decision making
  • A timely discussion on the optimization of supply chains and systems using modern digitalization technologies and details the opportunities and the threats and covers the economic and operational strategies.
  • A toolbox of techniques for managing capital projects that aids in decision making
  • Tradeoffs and Management Techniques in Capital Project Management
  • Tradeoffs and Management Techniques in Operations & Maintenance
  • Roadmaps for unlocking latent value in supply chains

Audience

  • Energy executives
  • Energy policy makers
  • Energy economists
  • Energy lending and finance professionals
  • Academics
  • Anyone who seeks to understand how, or relies upon, energy markets

About the Authors

David Steven Jacoby is the President of Boston Strategies International, a strategy consultancy, and Managing Director of BSI Energy, a provider of supply chain solutions that help energy ventures grow faster and extend their reach by digitalizing and customizing their supply chains. He sits on the advisory boards of New York Energy Week, WP Advisory (an M&A firm), and the International Supply Chain Educational Association. Previously he held international positions at Kearney and Oliver Wyman in the United States, France, Brazil, and Hong Kong.

David taught Operations Management at Boston University's Questrom Graduate School of Business and earned his MBA and a Master of Arts from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He also took petroleum engineering courses at the College of Engineering and Mines of the University of North Dakota and holds numerous supply chain certifications. His academic and professional contributions to the field of supply chain management span more than 300 publications and media events.

Alok Raj Gupta is an expert in energy and sustainability strategies focused on economic gains, Alok is a Partner at Boston Strategies International and the Founder & CEO of Envecologic, a young energy & sustainability think tank, advisory, and training firm. Alok holds a B.A. Honours in Economics from University of Delhi and M. Sc. Economics (Resource & Environment Economics) degree from TERI University. He has been practicing as an energy and sustainability economist with global project experience with clients from private sectors, multi-lateral agencies (UNDP, UNFCCC, TERI, World Bank, DfID, WaterAid, ActionAid) and governments (India, Nepal, South Africa, Australia, Nigeria).

Alok has authored over a hundred articles, essays and white papers, conducted workshops, and been speaker at national and international forums on sustainability, climate change, water, and energy. He serves as the member in the Global HSE steering committee and Society for Safety, Health, Environment, and Sustainability Professionals (ShesPRO).

Details

Type: Hardcover & eBook
Size: 6 x 9 inches
Publish date: September 2021
ISBN: 9781955578004

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"This book is encyclopedic as well as a how-to manual, a gem for those interested in energy supply chains." --Dr. Jaydeep Balakrishnan, PhD, Associate Dean, College of Business Administration at the California State University, Sacramento, and former Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary.

"Much of the foundational thinking on which this book is built concerns the differentiation between the value chain and the supply chain thinking and is thus suitable for those working in the supply and demand spaces and in every part of supply chain including producers, suppliers and distributors of energy." --Dr. Waddah S. Ghanem Al Hashmi, PhD, Senior Director, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC)

Built on the foundation laid by David Jacoby's 2012 book Optimal Supply Chain Management in Oil, Gas, and Power Generation, Reinventing the Energy Value Chain expands those concepts to address energy transformation. As the push for diversification of energy sources continues, this book takes a pragmatic view. It provides a toolbox of techniques to successfully manage the range of complex tradeoffs that are inherent in capital projects and operations & maintenance across energy technologies and apply best practice techniques to emerging energy industries - from the small to the large project, and from solar to nuclear and everything in between.

The book is broken into two parts. Part one provides a conceptual framework for value chain management in the energy sector. It lays out the objectives, key business processes, and performance metrics that provide useful guideposts. It offers first principles that should guide value chain initiatives in the energy industry and explains how to organize supply chain management activities. Part two includes initial chapters on capital project and operations management and explains overall tools and techniques that are relevant to energy supply chains broadly speaking. The ensuing chapters show how these concepts apply to 10 energy technologies:

  • Oil & gas
  • Nuclear
  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Gas and coal-fired power
  • Hydropower
  • Biomass
  • Geothermal
  • Energy storage
  • Hydrogen fuel cells

Features and Benefits

  • A purposeful set of concepts and principles furnishing those investing in energy projects with a good overall guide to aid them in their decision making
  • A timely discussion on the optimization of supply chains and systems using modern digitalization technologies and details the opportunities and the threats and covers the economic and operational strategies.
  • A toolbox of techniques for managing capital projects that aids in decision making
  • Tradeoffs and Management Techniques in Capital Project Management
  • Tradeoffs and Management Techniques in Operations & Maintenance
  • Roadmaps for unlocking latent value in supply chains

Audience

  • Energy executives
  • Energy policy makers
  • Energy economists
  • Energy lending and finance professionals
  • Academics
  • Anyone who seeks to understand how, or relies upon, energy markets

About the Authors

David Steven Jacoby is the President of Boston Strategies International, a strategy consultancy, and Managing Director of BSI Energy, a provider of supply chain solutions that help energy ventures grow faster and extend their reach by digitalizing and customizing their supply chains. He sits on the advisory boards of New York Energy Week, WP Advisory (an M&A firm), and the International Supply Chain Educational Association. Previously he held international positions at Kearney and Oliver Wyman in the United States, France, Brazil, and Hong Kong.

David taught Operations Management at Boston University's Questrom Graduate School of Business and earned his MBA and a Master of Arts from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He also took petroleum engineering courses at the College of Engineering and Mines of the University of North Dakota and holds numerous supply chain certifications. His academic and professional contributions to the field of supply chain management span more than 300 publications and media events.

Alok Raj Gupta is an expert in energy and sustainability strategies focused on economic gains, Alok is a Partner at Boston Strategies International and the Founder & CEO of Envecologic, a young energy & sustainability think tank, advisory, and training firm. Alok holds a B.A. Honours in Economics from University of Delhi and M. Sc. Economics (Resource & Environment Economics) degree from TERI University. He has been practicing as an energy and sustainability economist with global project experience with clients from private sectors, multi-lateral agencies (UNDP, UNFCCC, TERI, World Bank, DfID, WaterAid, ActionAid) and governments (India, Nepal, South Africa, Australia, Nigeria).

Alok has authored over a hundred articles, essays and white papers, conducted workshops, and been speaker at national and international forums on sustainability, climate change, water, and energy. He serves as the member in the Global HSE steering committee and Society for Safety, Health, Environment, and Sustainability Professionals (ShesPRO).

Details

Type: Hardcover & eBook
Size: 6 x 9 inches
Publish date: September 2021
ISBN: 9781955578004

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SKU: 9781955578004
UPC: 9781955578004
Weight: 2.00 LBS
Width: 6.00
Height: 9.00
Type: Hardcover