Dr John Llewellyn

  • Held the position of Chef de Cabinet to the Secretary-General in Paris for OECD
  • Previous Advisor to HM Treasury
  • Author of multiple books and major reports


Llewellyn consulting



Over the next five years, we are likely to see as much addition to world energy supplies from solar and wind as we saw from fracking in the past five years This suggests that the price of energy will stay low for a very long time.

John Llewellyn to Real Vision – March 29, 2016

Before co-founding Llewellyn Consulting, John spent over 20 years at Lehman Brothers as Global Chief Economist and then Senior Economic Policy Advisor. This was followed at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris, where he held positions as Head of International Forecasting and Policy Analysis, Editor of the OECD Economic Outlook, Deputy Director for Social Affairs, Manpower and Education, and finally Chef de Cabinet to the Secretary-General.

In this exclusive interview on Real Vision, Dr. John Llewellyn, Partner at Llewellyn Consulting, reflects on the implications of a Brexit on Britain and the EU, the transfer of income between crude producers to consumers, the shift in energy production towards renewables, and the extent of displacement and disruptiveness brought by AI.