CV of Sanjay Kaul, President - University of Petroleum & Energy Studies
Mr. Sanjay Kaul is the founder President of the University
of Petroleum & Energy Studies in India (www.upes.ac.in). His
tasks and responsibilities include positioning of the
University nationally and globally among the stakeholders
i.e. Policy makers, key influentials, Academic and research
institutions and the Industry. He in turns provide valuable
and strategic input to the management, Boards and faculty of
the University towards the future industry scenarios and
skill set required for future generation professionals.
He is a Management Graduate with distinction from St. Xavier Institute of Management, Mumbai and has over 25 years of professional experience with Chevron, Shell & PwC and Deloitte in the Energy Sector.
He has been visiting faculty to several Universities, Business Schools and Industry Forums. Led over 100 training programs, workshops on energy topics where more than 5000 senior energy professionals have been trained.
Mr. Kaul was Regulatory advisor to Govt. on exploration licensing policy, drafting to enactment advisory for legislations and policy framework to various State Governments (State entities. SEZs, tariffs, emission norms, fuel quality, gas pricing, and pipeline policy).
Mr. Sanjay Kaul is former Leader for Energy & Resources Practice for Deloitte in India. During his tenure he successfully led the Deloitte’s initiative to respond to the aggressive growth in the areas of Oil & Gas, Power, Mining, Renewable, and Nuclear. During his tenure with PwC and Deloitte he has advised most energy companies operating in India.
He is also a Director in the Indian School of Petroleum and Energy (www.isp.co.in) which is a leading training and business solutions provider in the Energy Sector.
Awards: ‘Outstanding Individual Achievement Award’ by the Energy Institute, U.K. for the year 2005 for his contribution in the energy sector.
His belief is “That the future of Energy hinges upon leveraging the power of education & innovation” thus balancing the twin objectives of providing affordable energy and sustainable development.