Gökhan TaymazManaging Director and Corporate Advisory Lead
areas of expertise
- Energy and Renewables
- Oil and Gas
- Mining and Metals
- Strategy Building
- Government Relations
- Public Policy Support
- Corporate Resiliency
- Market Penetration
- Strategic Communications
- Knowledge Management
- Executive Master of Business Administration, University of Oxford
- MA, Government Relations and Political Communication, Laureate Bilgi University
- Senior Level Executive Programs, NATO School Oberammergau, Germany
- Knowledge Management
- Political Analysis
- Strategic Planning
- Crisis Management
- Strategic Communications and Micro Targeting
- BS, Aerospace Engineering, Istanbul Technical University
He is a senior executive with +25 years of international experience and expertise in directly supporting key decision makers and management boards charged with formulating, implementing and communicating corporate and governmental plans for the future.
He has extensive experience in applying advanced analytic skills to identify, assess, interpret and exploit potential risks and opportunities in global scale. He is an active member of International Association of Political Consultants (IAPC) and European Association of Political Consultants (EAPC).
Given his education in Aerospace Engineering (BA) and Political Communication & Government Relations (MA), as well as his background as a policy builder and global affairs analyst in international organizations, he has proven expertise in government relations, strategy building and implementation, risk management, corporate resilience, crisis management, public policy support and policy analysis.
With his wide network in political circles and access to political decision makers, he also has proven success in lobbying, political communication, election strategies, political strategy development, political campaign management, media relations and e-campaigning.
Latest insights & analysis on Gökhan's area of expertise
Shell is considering an exit from its home energy retail businesses in Britain, Germany and the Netherlands citing “tough market conditions”, it announced on Thursday. European energy suppliers have been struggling with soaring wholesale prices last year and government efforts to shield consumers from rising prices.January 27, 2023
The European Commission proposes that the European Union set a $100 per barrel price cap on premium Russian oil products, such as diesel and a $45 per barrel cap on discounted products like fuel oil. The Commission’s proposal was sent to EU member governments on Thursday. It will be discussed by representatives at a meeting on Friday afternoon, as the bloc wants to reach a deal before the cap on imported Russian oil products takes effect on Feb. 5, in line with an agreement by G7 nations.January 27, 2023
Libya’s state-owned National Oil Corporation (NOC) is set to sign offshore gas exploration and production deals with Italian energy major Eni, NOC Chairman Bengdara said. The deal is expected to require $8 billion to produce up to 850 million cubic feet of natural gas per day from the Mediterranean, as Libya tries to boost gas exports to Europe after Russia cut off most of the pipeline flows to the continent.January 26, 2023