Ted Newland

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Ted Newland "is a consultant with Cambridge Energy Research Associates specializing in scenario planning techniques for large corporations in energy and precious metals, and for international contracting and service sector conglomerates. He was in the oil business with Royal Dutch/Shell for 35 years, and retired from Group Planning at the end of 1982. After serving in Latin America, the U.S., Africa, and Europe, Ted's last management post with Shell was as head of Business Environment in Group Planning. This position included the field of supply and demand for oil and other energies, as well as economic, geopolitical, societal, technological, financial, and competitive developments. Ted specialized in social, political, and economic change, and their impact on strategic planning for the global multinational corporation. In all, he directed a team of 30 analysts concerned with the development of scenarios for use in decision making throughout the worldwide organization of Shell. In addition to his work with large corporations, Ted has consulted at the ministerial level to the governments of France, the U.K., Argentina, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, and Kuwait. He was educated in Switzerland, Argentina, and the U.K., and has published numerous papers on energy." [1]

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  1. Ted Newland, Global Business Network, accessed November 15, 2010.