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Scientific Board Members Enerdata


Expertise is key to Enerdata: it has always been the case in the past and we will continuously rely on expertise for our future. Therefore we invest a lot in recruitment and training in order to strengthen our teams and ensure a top level of our internal resources.

In addition to this, we are developing an Expert Panel in order to support us in specific areas and/or with external and original views we might need. Missions of the Expert Panel can vary from supporting analysis on specific areas (country, energy source, policy…) to structured teamork to validate key orientations (Enerdata scenario definition…).

Members of the Expert Panel are selected with transparent criteria (motivation, recognised expertise, complementarity within the Panel…) and after agreement with the operating principles of the Panel.

As of March 2016, the Expert Panel is under development, with several new members under recruitment.

The first confirmed members – by alphabetic order – are the following:

Frederic BAULE brings 30 years of great international experience to Enerdata; his expertise is focused on the oil sector, and more specifically on physical and financial trading, the interactions between international and domestic oil markets, and the implementation of market risk management processes along the oil supply chain.
Frederic built his expertise through a variety of assignments at Morgan Stanley, Elf and Total. His experience as lecturer at different universities, and speaker in some international conferences, led him to interact also with several financial market regulators on various issues related to the functioning of the international commodity derivatives markets.

Patrick CRIQUI (HEC-75) is a senior researcher at CNRS and director of the Economics of Sustainable Development and Energy research group (PACTE-EDDEN, CNRS-UGA, Grenoble). His researches have initially explored the economics of solar energy and the modelling of international energy markets. He then developed a world long term energy model, POLES, which is currently used by Enerdata, the European Commission and by different administrations and companies in Europe to analyse the economics of climate policies.
Patrick has been a lead author in IPCC’s Working Group 3 (Nobel Peace Prize in 2007). Member of the Economic Council for Sustainable Development by the French Minister of Ecology since 2008, he has been expert on Scenarios for the National Debate on Energy Transition (2013) and for the National R&D Strategy on Energy (2014). Since 2015, he is member of the expert committee for the French National Low Carbon Strategy. He has taught and teaches in different universities in France and abroad.

Tatiana Mitrova, Head of Oil and Gas Department in the Energy Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ERI RAS).
Dr. Mitrova has twenty years of experience in dealing with the development of Russian and global energy markets, including production, transportation, demand, energy policy, pricing and market restructuring. She is leading annual “Global and Russian Energy Outlook Up To 2040” project.
Before her current position, Tatiana worked in SKOLOKOVO Energy Centre in 2011-2012 as Head of Global Energy and before in ERI RAS as Head of the Center for International Energy Markets Studies (2006-2011).
Dr. Mitrova is a member of the Governmental Commission of the Russian Federation on fuel and energy complex and member of the Board of Directors in E.ON-Russia JSC.
Dr. Mitrova is a graduate of Moscow State University’s Economics Department. She is an Assistant Professor at Gubkin Oil and Gas University and Visiting Professor at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) Paris School of International Affairs. Since 2015 she is also Senior Visiting Research Fellow of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.
She has more than 120 publications in scientific and business journals and four books.