Energy Aspects is an independent research consultancy. Founded in 2012, the company is committed to providing indispensable analysis of energy markets to its clients to help guide their investment, trading, and research decisions.
They analyse market fundamentals, trade flows, geopolitics and forecast price movements. The organisation develops in-depth research by combining data models with knowledge gained from their network of high-level industry contacts to provide forward-looking views on all major market trends.
Energy Aspects has developed extensive data models that underpin their analysis. These include monthly global balances; detailed supply and demand; import, export, and trade flows; upcoming major oil, gas, and LNG projects; refinery capacity, including additions and closures; North American oil and gas infrastructure (pipelines, rail, etc.) and PADD balances; power fuel switching models for European and US markets; and short-term and long-term natural gas demand forecast.
Their reports assess major topics, regions, and trends. They also deliver timely analysis of breaking news with an email alert service. Energy Aspects is recognised as a leading provider of market insight, with their analysts regularly providing comments for a wide variety of print, online, and television media outlets.
When the pandemic took hold, Energy Aspects supported managers by organising one-to-one meetings with the HR team. In these meetings, managers had the chance to discuss how they were coping, as well as raising any team challenges and received advice on how to move past them. The company also provided online training for managers so that they were empowered to hold reviews with their team members and to ensure that teams were able to work effectively from home.
Energy Aspects posted wellbeing advice for colleagues through their communications channels, including promoting the availability of the firm’s Employee Assistance Programme (EAP). They also held welfare calls with colleagues and provided support and advice to anyone that needed it. limited. As a business, they have always encouraged physical fitness by offering a gym subsidy scheme, organising five-a-side football, and encouraging staff to participate in fitness classes during lunch.
Energy Aspects supplied its staff with equipment to enable them to work-from-home, along with tips on how to maintain a healthy routine when working remotely. Where employees said they were missing the social interaction provided by the office, the company organised Zoom calls on a Friday to allow colleagues to catch up and socialise. They also organised for a fitness trainer to deliver bespoke weekly exercise classes online to ensure teams could join in together.
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