Annette Berkhahn Blyhammar is a seasoned energy market analyst and management consultant with more than 25 years of experience in working in the Nordic and European energy sector.
She has worked with senior management and leadership teams in some of Europe’s leading utilities on analysing new market entry opportunities, how to grow organically or via acquisition, how to expand product lines into new areas, how to position companies in the value chain, how to build up new value chains via smart investments, how to manage risk, how to optimize asset portfolios; and many other strategic issues and challenges.
Her specialties include not only power, oil and gas, but also topics such as renewables, LNG (small and large), market design, regulatory strategy and commercial due diligence, how to find attractive investments in a market environment dependent on support mechanisms, and much more.
Since January 2017 Berkhahn Blyhammar has been Senior Advisor Energy and Sustainability at Arthur D. Little as well as Non Executive Director at IGRENE AB.
Since September 2002 she has been the Managing Director of Deduxo, a business consultancy in the areas of Business development, Sustainability, Strategy and M&A Support.
• Prior to her current position at ADL, she was Director at Accenture from May 2014 to December 2016, Senior Manager at Pöyry Management Consulting from March 2010 to February 2014 in the area of global responsibility for management consulting services for the Baltics and North-East Europe, and worked for Vattenfall, Statoil, McKinsey as well as PWC in different positions.
In the years 2006 to 2009 she was Principal at ADL.
Berkhahn Blyhammar holds a Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration from the Stockholm School of Economics.
Annette Berkhahn and Michael Kruse published “Economic impact on Europe of the Nord Stream 2 Project” in 2017. (Link)
In March 2018 Annette Berkhahn, Michael Kruse and Yvonne Fuller published the white paper “Analysis of the proposed gas directive amendment” for Arthur D. Little. (March 2018).