Energy Demand Analyst
Applicants must be nationals of Member Countries of OPEC and should not be older than 58 years.
Applicants are requested to fill in a résumé and an application form which can be received from their
Country’s Governor for OPEC.
In order for applications to be considered, they must reach the OPEC Secretariat through the relevant
Governor not later than
March 3, 2018,
quoting the job code:
The Energy Studies Department monitors, analy-
ses and forecasts world energy developments in
the medium and long term and reports thereon, in
particular providing in-depth studies and reports
on energy issues. It monitors developments and
undertakes specific studies on energy demand and
production-related technology, assessing impli-
cations for OPEC. It identifies and follows up key
areas of energy-related emerging technologies and
research and development (R&D), facilitates and
supports planning and implementation of collab-
orative energy-related R&D programs of Member
Countries, as well as identifies prospects for OPEC
participation inmajor international R&Dactivities. It
carries out studies and reports on developments in
the petroleum industry, providing effective tools for
carrying out model-based studies of analyses and
projections of energy supply/demand and down-
stream simulation. It elaborates OPEC Long Term
Strategy andmonitors, analyses and reports on rel-
evant national or regional policies (fiscal, energy,
trade and environmental), assessing their impacts
on energy markets.
Objective of position:
The Energy Demand Analyst develops medium to
long-term assessments of future oil demand growth
at the sectoral level, understanding themain drivers
and key uncertainties.
Over the medium- to long-term:
Analyses the dynamics of the transportation
Assesses oil demand in the industry sector, par-
ticularly related to the petrochemical sector.
Analyses oil use in households, as biomass is
replaced by commercial energy in developing
Assessesdemand in the agriculture and commer-
Analyses trends inoil use inelectricitygeneration.
Assesses nature and scale of oil use in marine
Contributes to and/or delivers speeches, articles
and presentations to internal meetings and vari-
ous international forums.
Carries out any other tasks assigned by the rele-
vant superiors as pertain to his/her background,
qualifications and position.
Required competencies and qualifications:
nomicsor related fields; advanceddegree preferred.
University degree: eight years;
advanced degree: six years.
Economic analysis; energy
economics; knowledge of oil market developments.
Communication skills; analytical
skills; presentation skills; interpersonal skills; cus-
tomer service orientation; initiative; integrity.
Status and benefits:
Membersof theSecretariat are international employ-
eeswhose responsibilitiesarenot national but exclu-
sively international. In carrying out their functions
they have to demonstrate the personal qualities
expected of international employees such as integ-
rity, independence and impartiality.
The post is at grade E reporting to the Head of
age, including expatriate benefits, is commensurate
with the level of the post.
OPEC bulletin 12/17–1/18
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