Peter Kaznacheev, Director of the Centre for Resource Economics, London, and Managing Partner of Khaznah Strategies, London, and MK2025 Summit speaker: Global energy trends and efficient utilization of natural resources
It is our pleasure to announce Peter Kaznacheev, Director of the Centre for Resource Economics, London, and Managing Partner of Khaznah Strategies, London, as a speaker at the MK2025 Summit. Mr Kaznacheev is an expert in the resource industry, business development, and emerging markets. He has consulted to various national investment agencies and the World Bank, and has worked as an analyst for BP and the Russian Duma. Mr Kaznacheev will be speaking on global energy trends and the efficient utilization of natural resources.
Mr Kaznacheev is currently Director of the Centre for Resource Economics, London, a think-tank that is affiliated with the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA).
Mr Kaznacheev has been Managing Partner and Lead Consultant with Khaznah Strategies in London since 2009. Khaznah consults on the resource and mining industries and works with a number of government agencies from around the world and the World Bank.
From 2005 until 2009, Mr Kaznacheev was Project Manager and Business Development Advisor for BP Group in London, led the evaluation of 11 major exploration and acquisition opportunities in Russia and Central Asia, Africa, East Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.
From 2002 to 2005, Mr Kaznacheev was the Lead Advisor to the Chief Economic Aide to the Russia’s President and Russia’s Representative in G8.
In 2002, Mr Kaznacheev worked as a consultant for the World Bank Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (WIGA).
From 1999 to 2000, Mr Kaznacheev worked in the Russian Duma as a Foreign Policy Advisor to the “European Club” Parliamentary Group.
Mr Kaznacheev has a PhD in Political Philosophy from Moscow State University and MA in International Economics from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C.