March 16, 2018
Rystad Energy, the energy knowledge house, today announced the official opening of its office in Sydney, Australia, located in Three International Towers, Barangaroo. Gero Farruggio, Head of Australia for Rystad Energy, celebrated a grand opening together with 100 specially invited guests.
“The Australian energy mix is complex, there are significant opportunities and we believe the best years are ahead. We have in a short time been recognized for our renewable insight into Australian solar, wind and storage, and are extending this now to include in-depth oil & gas analytics. We are excited to strengthen our work relationships with existing clients and with fellow peers,” Mr. Farruggio said.
The opening event held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, focused on insight and conversations around energy topics, globally and domestically. Company founder and chief executive Jarand Rystad, together with senior analysts and consulting experts discussed several topics including:
“Australia is a key market for us and has a unique LNG and ecosystem portfolio, that Rystad Energy can well address using its integrated research and consulting models. We are excited about our next step of establishing a local office here in Sydney. We believe in close proximity, means close relations to our clients” said Vijay Krishnan, Head of the APAC Region.
Rystad Energy opened its first APAC office in Singapore less than two years ago. The company has since opened offices in Bangalore and latest in Tokyo, only a month ago. Rystad Energy was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Oslo, Norway.
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About Rystad Energy
Rystad Energy is an independent oil and gas consulting services and business intelligence data firm offering global databases, strategy consulting and research products.
Rystad Energy’s headquarters are located in Oslo, Norway. Further presence has been established in London, New York, Houston, Stavanger, Moscow, Rio de Janeiro, Singapore, Bangalore, Tokyo, Sydney, and Dubai.