• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Marcel van Poecke

The Carlyle Group

Chairman of Carlyle International Energy Partners

Marcel van Poecke has more than 30 years of experience in the Energy sector. He is the Chairman of AtlasInvest, a private holding company he founded in 2007. AtlasInvest is engaged in investments across the broad energy spectrum. He is Chairman of Carlyle International Energy Partners (CIEP). Previously he was Head of CIEP from 2014 – 2022. CIEP focuses on the energy sector outside North America with a particular focus on oil and gas: upstream, midstream, downstream and oil field services. Marcel van Poecke is also the Chairman of ONE-DYAS, Chairman of VARO, Vice Chairman of CEPSA, Co-chairman of TES, Vice Chairman of Energy Intelligence Group and non-executive Director of Discover Exploration, Assala, Neptune, SierraCol and Black Sea Oil & Gas. He also serves on the Board of Trustees of WCS in New York, The Wildlife Conservation Society. Marcel van Poecke has a degree in Agricultural Business Administration from the University of Wageningen and a Master in Business Administration from the William E. Simon School of Management of the University of Rochester, USA.

Sessions With Marcel van Poecke

Monday, 6 March

  • 11:10am - 11:50am (CST) / 06/mar/2023 05:10 pm - 06/mar/2023 05:50 pm

    Financing the Energy Transition

    Finance & Investment/Trading & Risk Management/ESG
    As governments move to take a significantly higher proportion of energy transition technology and deployment risk onto their balance sheets via subsidies, tax credits and other incentives, how are markets responding? With energy transition entering a new phase focused more on deployment of new infrastructure and new assets at a heightened scale, old assumptions about the way risk-adjusted returns work in energy investing are being overturned. With trillions of dollars in energy investing capital starting to make its way through markets into asset plays and capital allocation decisions, how are the world’s leading energy financiers thinking about tradeoffs in this newly accelerated era of energy transition investing?