Daniel Monzon

Partner

Head of Arthur D. Little Argentina

Education

Universidad del Salvador (Argentina)
Master in Business Administration
Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires (Argentina)
BS, Industrial Engineering

Past Experience

Wood Mackenzie
Vice President, Head of Southern Cone Consulting
Arthur D. Little
Principal

Daniel is a Partner at Arthur D. Little, heading our Buenos Aires office, and a member of our Global Energy Practice.

He has provided assistance to both national and international energy, oil, and gas companies on corporate strategy, organization, and economic analysis in the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and Africa.

Since joining Arthur D. Little, he has led studies to support National and International companies in taking organizational and investment decisions, as well as providing strategic assistance in refining, exploration, production, and transport, including international expansion.

Daniel has supported Latin American key energy industry players such as YPF, Repsol, COPEC, ENAP, Pampa Energía, ANCAP, Petroperu, ANP, and Ecopetrol to develop their growth and expansion strategies.

Daniel has extensive experience in refining & marketing, refinery valuation & conceptual design, technology selection and conversion upgrade feasibility, as well as the biofuels, LPG trading, and distribution businesses.

Recent Publications

The disrupted energy transition
So, though “net zero” may remain an overarching ambition, how will this severe and unexpected event disrupt the energy transition? In this Viewpoint, we consider how it's possible to move to a cleantech economy while ensuring the security of supply for power and heat.
Petroleum: Surviving in the post-COVID-19 era
The pandemic has created a perfect storm for the global petroleum industry, combining oversupply with a dramatic fall in demand – all at a time when ongoing requirements to decarbonize economies are gathering pace. We look at potential scenarios for the future, analyzing the impact on different market players over both the short and long term.
The forecourt of the future
The traditional forecourt model is at its inevitable end. Electric vehicles (EVs), autonomous cars, data analytics, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are only a few of the emerging technologies threatening the classic fuel-station customer experience. What will the next-generation forecourt scene be like? Transformation of the fuel retail business should not be underestimated. Its huge dimension (over 300,000 sites globally) implies that it will not only impact existing players, but also revolutionize its customers and adjacent markets.

Daniel is a Partner at Arthur D. Little, heading our Buenos Aires office, and a member of our Global Energy Practice.

He has provided assistance to both national and international energy, oil, and gas companies on corporate strategy, organization, and economic analysis in the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and Africa.

Since joining Arthur D. Little, he has led studies to support National and International companies in taking organizational and investment decisions, as well as providing strategic assistance in refining, exploration, production, and transport, including international expansion.

Daniel has supported Latin American key energy industry players such as YPF, Repsol, COPEC, ENAP, Pampa Energía, ANCAP, Petroperu, ANP, and Ecopetrol to develop their growth and expansion strategies.

Daniel has extensive experience in refining & marketing, refinery valuation & conceptual design, technology selection and conversion upgrade feasibility, as well as the biofuels, LPG trading, and distribution businesses.

Recent Publications

The disrupted energy transition
So, though “net zero” may remain an overarching ambition, how will this severe and unexpected event disrupt the energy transition? In this Viewpoint, we consider how it's possible to move to a cleantech economy while ensuring the security of supply for power and heat.
Petroleum: Surviving in the post-COVID-19 era
The pandemic has created a perfect storm for the global petroleum industry, combining oversupply with a dramatic fall in demand – all at a time when ongoing requirements to decarbonize economies are gathering pace. We look at potential scenarios for the future, analyzing the impact on different market players over both the short and long term.
The forecourt of the future
The traditional forecourt model is at its inevitable end. Electric vehicles (EVs), autonomous cars, data analytics, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are only a few of the emerging technologies threatening the classic fuel-station customer experience. What will the next-generation forecourt scene be like? Transformation of the fuel retail business should not be underestimated. Its huge dimension (over 300,000 sites globally) implies that it will not only impact existing players, but also revolutionize its customers and adjacent markets.

More About Daniel
  • Universidad del Salvador (Argentina)
    Master in Business Administration
  • Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires (Argentina)
    BS, Industrial Engineering
  • Wood Mackenzie
    Vice President, Head of Southern Cone Consulting
  • Arthur D. Little
    Principal