Advanced Fossil Energy Technologies: Presentation by CGN Global

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Advanced Fossil Energy Technologies: Presentation by CGN Global

  1. 1. www.cgnglobal.com Atlantic CouncilAtlantic Council Advanced Fossil Energy Technologies September 9, 2013
  2. 2. CGN Global ‐ Strategic Profile CGN Global makes it possible for companies around the world to transform their organizations, improve their performance, become more profitable and sustain a competitive advantage.  Global Business Performance Consulting Firm  Founded 1995, Headquartered in Chicago, ILFounded 1995, Headquartered in Chicago, IL  USA  Regional operations in North America, Europe  and Asia  Industries – Manufacturing, Automotive,  Energy, Consumer Goods, Financial Services &  Government  Specialize in Global Strategy, Innovation and  Complex Business Transformation CGN Global Footprint 2 |   CGN Global
  3. 3. Business Perspective: Implications of Energy Cost on Corporate Competitiveness  Energy is becoming a growing share of operational costs as fossil fuel  prices increase and Energy is becoming a growing share of operational costs as fossil fuel  prices increase and  price fluctuations in traditional energy sources impact the bottom lineprice fluctuations in traditional energy sources impact the bottom line • Energy as a percent of total  cost to businesses Energy Expenditure as % of Operating Costs  for Large Energy‐Intensive Companies Energy as % of Total Production Costs • Impact on businesses • Options to manage price  increases and fluctuations Metals Material  ocessing ete Mfg pecialty  roducts M Pro Discre Sp Pr CGN Global business analysis CGN Global business analysis 3 |   CGN Global
  4. 4. Global Infrastructure Perspective: Energy as a Building Block Global demand for infrastructure investment over next 20 years is enormous! Global demand for infrastructure investment over next 20 years is enormous!  (projection of ~$57 trillion needed through 2030)(projection of ~$57 trillion needed through 2030) Projected Infrastructure Spend Broken  D b R i d S tDown by Region and Sector • Energy is the building block for  other infrastructure investments • Opportunity for PPPs to play role • Energy portfolio of sources and  technologies is critical enabler 4 |   CGN Global other infrastructure investments technologies is critical enabler 
  5. 5. Global Economic Perspective: Energy Cost Impact on Economic Stability The Indian rupee has fallen by more than 27% against the US dollar since last The Indian rupee has fallen by more than 27% against the US dollar since last  year, one of the biggest declines among Asian currencies year, one of the biggest declines among Asian currencies  • Currency account deficit  (world’s 3rd largest) India’s Imports in Billons ($), 1999‐2011 • Trade deficit of $175 billion  • Oil and gold make up 70% of  India’s trade deficit P h d• Power shortages and  electricity infrastructure  challenges Definition of Imports: Total US dollar amount of merchandise imports on a c.i.f. (cost, insurance, and  freight) or f.o.b. (free on board) basis. These figures are calculated on an exchange rate basis, i.e.,  not in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms. 5 |   CGN Global
  6. 6. CGN Global makes it possible for companies d th ldaround the world to transform their organizations, improve their performance,p , become more profitable and sustain a competitive advantage ADVISORY   |   TRANSFORMATION   |   CONSULTING advantage. 6 |   CGN Global www.cgnglobal.comNORTH AMERICA   |   EUROPE   |   ASIA

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