Danske Commodities (DC) in the US
DC is a wholly-owned subsidiary to Norwegian energy company Equinor, operating under our own name and brand. We act as Equinor’s route-to-market for renewables and ensure their renewable energy projects become a profitable business. As our new business developer, you will join our US Power Trading team, which is based in Stamford, Connecticut. In the team, we trade energy products in all organized regional power markets of the US.
We are a team with diverse educational and professional backgrounds, spanning from experienced traders, electrical engineers and quantitative minds to problem solvers and entrepreneurs. We believe in a collaborative approach to trading based on transparency, honesty and continuous development.
A tech-driven trading team
At the US Power Desk, our goal is to implement proprietary trading strategies in the markets we participate in. Backed by solid analytics, sound risk management and a high degree of automation, data and technology lie at the core of our trading. On a daily basis, we work shoulder-to-shoulder with our parent company Equinor, developing and assessing commercial business opportunities between DC and Equinor within renewable energy projects.
Your journey as our new business developer
Starting out, you will get a thorough introduction to the team, your tasks and our synergies towards Equinor. Once you have gained a solid understanding of our business model, you will participate in developing and assessing commercial business opportunities for DC in the US and play a significant role in the collaboration with Equinor. Down the road, you will become responsible for ensuring clear alignment and communication in the development of renewable energy projects as well as facilitating our annual and long-term strategy and business planning processes.
This is an opportunity to shape the strategy and business development of a global energy trading company. You will work with a skilled power trading team while supporting the energy transition - Maarten Jan Manders, Head of US Power Trading
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