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London, 01 July - Jeroen van Hoof, a partner with PwC Netherlands, has today been appointed as global leader of PwC’s Global Energy, Utilities & Resources (EU&R) practice.
With over 25 years of experience in the firm, he has served as audit partner on Utilities, Grid and Global Upstream companies, including many industry leaders. In addition, he has supported governments on energy related regulatory changes, coordinated sector mergers, acquisitions, carve outs and led various large scale cross competence projects. In recent years, he has successfully built an EU&R consulting business in the EMEA region with his PwC team.
In his new role, Jeroen leads PwC’s Global Energy, Utilities and Resources practice working across 157 territories to support clients in Oil & Gas, Power & Utilities, Chemicals and Mining & Metals.
Jeroen van Hoof says,
‘I am greatly honoured and excited to be leading PwC’s global network of over 20,000 dedicated industry specialists. In these challenging times for the Energy, Utilities and Resources sectors, I am looking forward to supporting our clients and global communities in transitioning to a cleaner and more sustainable energy future, with significant moves towards net zero and change of energy systems and related value chains worldwide. We have a fantastic team, and I am confident we will be able to continue to add value during this massive ongoing transition.’
Jeroen is also the global lead for PwC’s Agile Innovation Partnership with the World Energy Council, the Chair of the Dutch membership committee of the World Energy Council and a member of the board of Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP) Clingendael.
Outside of work he enjoys family life with his wife and 4 daughters as well as cooking, reading and skiing.
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