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The talent. The opportunity.

The Gastech Future Leaders programme is a series of seminars exclusive to 60 recent graduates, MBAs and young energy executives with up to three years’ experience working in the energy industry.

This rich future leader’s programme will highlight leadership opportunities available across the energy value chain and the skill sets needed to support our future global energy needs, as well providing insights into career paths throughout the industry – from marketing to engineering, economics to HR.


Future Leaders programme

A comprehensive 4-day series of sessions conducted by senior industry leaders, the Future Leaders Programme is aimed at bolstering the next generation of energy pioneers. It provides insights into different fields when it comes to choosing career paths whilst equipping them with practical skills such as networking to navigate the future energy landscape.

From marketing and engineering to economics and HR, top-of-the-line professionals will point our Future Leaders in the direction of leadership opportunities available across the energy value chain, the skillsets needed to support tomorrow’s global energy needs, and expert insight into career paths throughout the industry.

The Future Leaders will participate in groups of 10 for their interactive 30-minute exhibition sessions at selected stands with energy majors. This will be a unique opportunity to gain practical skills and network with the industry experts.

Access to selected strategic and technical content, delegate lunches and Gastech Welcome and Launch pa ties is included.

All participants will receive a Gastech Energy Certificate on completion of the programme.

Apply to join the Gastech Future Leaders Programme

Discover opportunities as the future talent of the energy industry.

Future Leaders certificate covers the following modules:

Module 1

Module 1

Energy Strategy: Corporate, Economics, Competitive

Module 2

Module 2


Module 3

Module 3

Project Financing

Modulke 4

Module 4

Human Resource and Organisational Culture

Module 5

Module 5

Project Management

Module 6

Module 6

Operational Risk Management

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