We understand current market realities and the forces that are expected to shape Australia’s energy and resource future. We focus purely on Australian energy and resource industry value chains, in their global context, leveraging three decades of experience.
Our organisation has been carefully designed to ensure effective governance, leadership and management and a sharp focus on our clients and the markets that influence their success.
An Advisory Council provides independent oversight of strategy, governance and planning.
Our management team balances leadership, management and detailed execution capability, augmented by technical expertise which we access through the Energy & Resource Forum.
Core regularly enters into short to longer term alliances and business associate relationships to provide access to specific competencies, through innovative partnerships. Core Energy & Resources operates a collaborative network of energy professionals through an entity known as the Energy Forum. The Forum is made up of technical and commercial specialists who are engaged as required to complement the central team resources of Core. This ensures Core is well placed, at all times, to meet the total requirements of all client engagements. See Energy Forum.
Paul Taliangis, CEO of Core Energy & Resources, leads an integrated team, comprising a dedicated central ‘core’ and a group of multidisciplinary associates through the firm’s Energy Forum. Together these organisational elements provide Core with access to over 100 professionals and to assemble engagement and project teams from a few to over 20 to meet specific client and project requirements.
Before establishing Core Energy & Resources, Paul held a number of management positions in the international energy industry across corporate development (mergers and acquisitions), strategy, corporate planning and finance. Prior to this, Paul held executive roles in corporate and investment banking, management consulting with Ernst & Young, and in chartered accounting with Price Waterhouse.
With 25 years’ experience in the energy industry extending across Australia, Asia-Pacific, United Kingdom and United States of America, Paul understands the drivers of value and risk and day-to-day management issues confronting energy businesses. Paul provides strategic advice across all segments of the value chain, with a focus on strategy, finance and investment, value, energy policy, risk and uncertainty.
Paul has led hundreds of projects and transactions on behalf of energy industry organisations, ranging from smaller listed companies through to multinational enterprises, covering LNG, conventional and unconventional gas, oil, coal, nuclear, renewable energy, energy infrastructure retail, electricity and energy services.
Paul holds a Bachelor of Economics and post-graduate qualifications in Finance & Accounting, having also completed an extensive range of international executive development courses from leading institutions.