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Senior Partner and Managing Direc...

Local Address: Houston, Texas, United States
The Boston Consulting Group Inc
One Beacon Street, 10th Floor
Boston, Massachusetts 02108
United States

Company Description: The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is a global management consulting firm and the world's leading advisor on business strategy. We partner with clients in all...   more
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BCG Press Releases - Global Energy Companies Should Consider Broader China Deals, According To A New Report From The Boston Consulting Group
bcgtest.bcg.com, 7 Sept 2006 [cached]
"To continue to grow, China may not only increase imports of crude oil, refined products, petrochemicals, coal and natural gas, and, at the same time, improve production capacity, but it must also improve energy affordability and efficiency and protect the environment," said Brad VanTassel, a partner and director at BCG's Houston office and a coauthor of the report.
"Accordingly, the government will be less and less likely to approve project participation by foreign energy companies that doesn't advance solutions to these big challenges. But, the government may arrange for superior terms for companies whose participation is comprehensive, reflects their ability to invest in extensive capital projects, helps improve domestic exploration and production, and contributes to the development of unconventional energy resources, such as tar sands and other frontier resources," he said.
Global Energy Companies Should Consider Broader China Deals, According to New Boston Consulting Group Report
www.prnewswire.com, 7 Sept 2006 [cached]
"To continue to grow, China may not only increase imports of crude oil, refined products, petrochemicals, coal and natural gas, and, at the same time, improve production capacity, but it must also improve energy affordability and efficiency and protect the environment," said Brad VanTassel, a vice president and director at BCG's Houston office and a co-author of the report."Accordingly, the government will be less and less likely to approve project participation by foreign energy companies that doesn't advance solutions to these big challenges.But, the government may arrange for superior terms for companies whose participation is comprehensive, reflects their ability to invest in extensive capital projects, helps improve domestic exploration and production, and contributes to the development of unconventional energy resources, such as tar sands and other frontier resources," he said.
Brad VanTassel, Senior ...
www.rankinrealty.net, 1 June 2012 [cached]
Brad VanTassel, Senior Partner and Managing Director of BCG's Houston
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overall cost of living," said VanTassel. "Not only will
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be an intended outcome of these regulations," VanTassel said.
Brad VanTassel, Senior ...
www.3plnews.com, 9 July 2012 [cached]
Brad VanTassel, Senior Partner and Managing Director of BCG's Houston office and the lead researcher for the study, said "California's current climate change policies pose some really impossible challenges for refiners in California that have the potential to disrupt fuel markets and fuel supplies in very serious ways.
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"When the cost of fuel goes up, you are likely to see an increase in the overall cost of living," said VanTassel.
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"Surely this so-called shuffling of crude oil and refined products can't be an intended outcome of these regulations," VanTassel said.
As a result, as many as ...
www.sfgate.com, 20 June 2012 [cached]
As a result, as many as seven California refineries would no longer be profitable, said Brad VanTassel, senior partner of the Boston Consulting Group.
Should they close, the state could lose between 28,000 and 51,000 jobs, with the losses occurring not just at the refineries but at businesses frequented by refinery workers. California also could lose $3.1 billion to $3.4 billion in tax revenue.
"Even if you lose just 30,000 jobs, that's a big deal to a state that's got 11 percent unemployment," VanTassel said.
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