Talent Acquisition in Energy 2023

Yearly Membership - 3499

The world is changing at an alarming rate, and so have its energy requirements. As a result of growing environmental concerns, the energy sector is undergoing a tectonic shift as it transitions to a cleaner, lower-carbon energy sources to meet rising demand. TALENT is the key to achieving Carbon Neutrality. As the industry evolves, energy providers must redefine the employee value proposition and address the important skill gaps arising from the shift.  

Mapping the right talent to the right place has never been more important than now. Changing geopolitical scenarios, shifting business dynamics, and evolving employee behaviors all contribute to today’s HR department’s challenges.  

Talent Acquisition in Energy 2023 is a unique platform for HR leaders. A platform dedicated to supporting the energy industry in sourcing and recruiting the right talent as it transitions to becoming carbon neutral. Through a host of interactive and insightful sessions, the summit will have TA, HR leaders, and experts talk about overcoming the challenges in talent acquisition and exploring the latest tools and technologies to enhance the talent acquisition process. This two-day summit will feature high-quality content, in-depth discussions, and numerous opportunities to network with fellow HR leaders and enthusiasts.  

  • Attracting & Retaining Top Talent 
  • Employer & Employee Branding 
  • Sourcing & Recruiting Done Right 
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion  
  • Strategizing Talent Acquisition 
  • Evolution of Technology in Talent Acquisition  
  • Employee Engagement & Retention 
  • On-boarding   

Rompetrol – KMG International brand has expanded from a Romanian company to a global group, employing over 5,000 people and operating in 11 markets in Europe and Central Asia. Its activities include trading, refining, petrochemicals, retail, marketing, services, drilling, and EPCM in the oil industry. Rompetrol operates two refineries and is a key player in Romania’s industrial sector, with over 40 years of expertise in the oil industry.

RWE is a German energy company with operations in Europe, North America, and the Asia-Pacific. Founded in 1898, RWE is engaged in generating, distributing, and selling electricity and gas, with a strong focus on renewable energy. The company is committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2040 and has set ambitious targets to reduce its carbon footprint.

Ørsted has a vision of a world powered by 100% renewable energy. In the past decade, they’ve transitioned from primarily a coal company to a leader in the green energy market. So far, Ørsted has reduced its coal consumption by 91% and has decided to end all coal use within its power stations by 2023. They’re confident that by 2025, they’ll have installed enough offshore wind capacity to power 30 million people, but they won’t stop there-their ambition is 200 million.

ExxonMobil is an American multinational oil and gas corporation and it is the largest publicly traded oil and gas company in the world and employs approximately 75,000 people. ExxonMobil engages in the exploration, production, transportation, refining, and marketing of petroleum products, as well as the manufacturing and marketing of petrochemicals. ExxonMobil operates in over 40 countries around the world. It produces about 3% of the world’s oil and 2% of the world’s natural gas. The company also has a major petrochemicals business, which produces a wide range of products, including plastics, synthetic rubber, and fertilizers.

AMS is a leading HR services company based in London. AMS provides a diverse range of HR solutions and consultancy services to organizations worldwide. Their expertise paves the way for business success and fosters advancement in future careers. AMS distinguishes itself by adopting a comprehensive approach to the HR value chain, attracting and retaining a world-class workforce essential for achieving business excellence. With a global presence spanning over 120 countries and a team of over 10,000 experts fluent in more than 50 languages, AMS consistently delivers projects for some of the world’s most esteemed and respected companies.

Engie is a French multinational energy company operating in over 70 countries. Established in 2008, Engie primarily focuses on electricity generation and distribution, natural gas, and energy services. The company is committed to accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy and has set ambitious targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

50HERTZ is a company that provides electricity supply in the North and East of Germany. They have a high-voltage network with a circuit length of over 10,000 kilometers and provide electricity to 18 million people. In addition, they integrate renewable energies into their grid.

Galp Energy is a leading integrated energy company based in Portugal with a strong presence across the energy value chain. Established in 1999, Galp Energy operates in over 11 countries, including Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, and Spain. Its activities include exploration, production, refining, marketing, and renewable energy. With over 6,000 employees, Galp Energy is committed to meeting the world’s growing energy demands while driving positive change and contributing to communities.

Repsol is a leading multinational energy company headquartered in Spain, operating in over 30 countries. Founded in 1987, Repsol is primarily engaged in exploring and producing oil and natural gas, refining, petrochemicals, and marketing and distributing energy products. Repsol has also focused on renewable energy and energy storage solutions in recent years. With over 24,000 employees, Repsol is committed to achieving sustainable growth and innovation in the energy industry while minimizing its environmental impact and contributing to the communities it serves.

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy is a Spanish-German wind turbine manufacturer and renewable energy services company. It is the world’s largest wind turbine manufacturer and has a global workforce of over 27,000 employees. The company designs, manufactures, and installs onshore and offshore wind turbines, as well as provides a range of services, including operation and maintenance, and asset management. Siemens Gamesa is a major player in the global renewable energy industry. It has installed over 115 GW of wind power capacity in over 90 countries. The company is also a leader in the development of offshore wind technology.

Israel Electric Corporation (IEC) is a government-owned utility company that is responsible for the generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity in Israel. It is the largest electricity company in the country. IEC operates a variety of power plants, including coal-fired, natural gas-fired, and renewable energy plants. The company also operates a network of transmission lines and distribution substations. IEC serves over 2.8 million customers throughout Israel. The company is also a major investor in renewable energy and is committed to reducing its environmental impact.

Iberdrola is a multinational energy company headquartered in Spain with a presence in over 40 countries. Founded in 1992, Iberdrola is focused on producing and distributing electricity and gas. In addition, the company’s activities include renewable energy, conventional generation, transmission and distribution, and energy storage solutions. With over 37,000 employees, Iberdrola is committed to driving the energy transition toward a cleaner and more sustainable future and has been recognized as one of the world’s most sustainable energy companies.

Gina Cruceru, Group Human Resources Director, KMG International - Rompetrol, Romania
Group Human Resources Director, KMG International - Rompetrol, Romania
Rui Santos, Head of Corporate HRBP, Galp Energia, Portugal
Head of Corporate HRBP, Galp Energia, Portugal
Former Director Personnel, Talent & Culture, Iberdrola, Spain
María Pilar Rojas, Senior Corporate Culture, Diversity and Inclusion Leader, Repsol
Senior Leader Corporate Culture, Diversity and Inclusion, Repsol, Spain
Manuel Bougeard, ENGIE
Vice President, HR and CSR, Europe Region- ENGIE, France
David Ingleson, Sector Managing Director (Energy, Engineering and Industrials)- Alexander Mann Solutions, United Kingdom.
Sector Managing Director (Energy, Engineering and Industrials)- AMS, United Kingdom
Diogo Videira, Senior Talent Acquisition & Employer Branding Consultant, ExxonMobil Czechia
Senior Talent Acquisition & Employer Branding Consultant, ExxonMobil, Czechia
Victoria Kotsyumbas, siemens gamesa
Global Talent & Leadership CoE, Siemens Gamesa, Spain
Anat Ben Raphael Organizational Development Manager Israel Electric Corporation, Israel
Organizational Development Manager Israel Electric Corporation, Israel
Nina Victoria Heinrichs
Senior Manager Global Employer Branding, RWE, Germany
Regina Pfortje
Employer Branding & HR Communications, RWE, Germany
Andrea Baronin von der Ropp, Lead Talent Acquisition Specialist TA UK & CE People & Development, Orsted
Lead Talent Acquisition Specialist TA UK & CE People & Development, Ørsted, Germany
Verena Niebur, Suitability Diagnostics HR, 50Hertz Transmission GmbH
Sustainability Diagnostics / HR, 50Hertz Transmission GmbH, Germany

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Post-conference Documentation Package

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Event Details
  • Start Date
    November 23, 2023 08:30
  • End Date
    November 24, 2023 17:00
  • Location