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Skyrocketing prices... so what?

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Rafael Herzberg- is an independent energy consultant, self-employed (since 2018) based in São Paulo, Brazil* Focus on C level, VPs and upper managers associated to energy related info, analysis...

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Skyrocketing prices... so what?

An exponential rise - in recent times - has brought the reference of oil and gas prices to very high levels.

All over the world, the new price has reached the pumps that supply cars, industries, commerce and homes.

Those who are proactive and analyze what this situation brings in terms of opportunities to achieve and maintain competitive costs can make a big difference compared to the vast majority who prefer to "leave everything as it is".

I recommend starting by looking for 3 answers:

1. What is the new relative price scale among sources that can be considered for your case?

2. How to manage the current contracts so that they incorporate changes aimed at the search for competitiveness?

3. What sources should be prospected in this new environment?

If you would like to get support from those who have experience in these types of challenges you will most likely be surprised by the alternatives and associated results!

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