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Hall, John

John Hall is Fellow of the Energy Institute, a Member of the Parliamentary Group for Energy Studies, a Member of the Parliamentary Group for Energy Costs, and an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply,
He set up John Hall Associates in 1973, which became one of the principal energy consultancies operating within the European Union with partners in the US.  The company was merged with Energy Quote in 2009 and in 2015 the company was acquired by Accenture.

In 2013 he joined Alfa Energy as Chairman, another Energy Consultancy which had been operating successfully in the SME sector for almost twenty years, based in London.  His specific interest being in the development of the company's profile in the areas in which it primarily operates - across the EU and the US. During his time with Alfa he successfully assisted the company with developing its activities across the I&C sectors in the UK, EU and USA.  With such achievements completed, his time with Alfa ended in 2022.

He has closely followed energy markets and in particular the Oil Market for over forty years and has attended many OPEC Meetings and other industry forums.  He has written many reports and publications on the subject, including Reducing Industrial Oil Costs (Gower Technical Press), with Dr. Graham Hankinson. As a market commentator he has appeared on both radio and television on many different networks and elsewhere as a conference speaker.  

In February 2015, he was presented with the Award of Council of the Energy Institute by Louise Kingham, OBE, FEI, CEO of the Institute.  He continues to follow changing development in the global energy market and is particularly interested in the impact of geo-political events on the market
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