Anthony Yammine

Anthony Yammine

Partner, Strategy& Middle East

Anthony Yammine is a Partner with Strategy& and a member of the firm’s Energy, Resources, and Sustainability practice in the Middle East.

Anthony has extensive experience in the energy sector, with a focus on utilities and downstream oil and gas. He supports clients in strategy development and execution, policies and regulatory frameworks, investments, partnership setups, localization, and supply chain in the energy and industrials sectors. He has also conducted large-scale sector restructuring and operational excellence programs to enhance security of supply, costs efficiency, environmental sustainability, and customer satisfaction. In addition, Anthony is part of the firm’s cross-industry platform on Sustainability in the Middle East.

Some of the recent client assignments Anthony has led include:

  • Developing a strategic vision for a +70GW power sector, defining a reform journey that includes the recommended level of unbundling, level of privatization, and levels of market liberalization by reform stage for generation, transmission, distribution, and retail
  • Negotiating a pipeline of advanced power and water equipment and services localization JV deals, with investments totaling US$1.1 billion, while acting as the deals executions manager for power investments in a government-owned GCC industrial development company
  • Executing an entire investment cycle for seven JVs in the power and water sectors’ value chain, including opportunity identification, business plans development, terms and contracts negotiations, due diligence oversight, financing plans, and financial closing
  • Developing the retail strategy for an energy player with operations in 17 countries, defining new revenue stream opportunities and developing the equity story, strategy, and new operating model. Recommendations are expected to double the value of the company.

In addition to his client work, Anthony has co-authored a number of reports and articles including “Three biases that impede local content development: Seeing through the illusions”, “What will the Middle East power industry look like in 2030?”, and “Middle East green finance: A US$2 trillion opportunity”.

He holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, Certifications in Power Sector Regulations from the Florence School of Regulation, and an engineering diploma from ESIB University in Lebanon.

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