Eric Boudier is the global leader for commodity trading and risk management, and he leads Boston Consulting Group’s Energy practice for the Nordic regions.

As a BCG Fellow since 2014, Eric has been examining business model patterns in commodities. His focus is not only navigating volatility in commodity sourcing and pricing, but also turning that volatility into a competitive advantage.

This work builds on his years of experience helping energy and mining clients to model, forecast, and adapt their commodity trading, pricing, and risk management operations.

Before joining BCG in 2000, Eric worked as development project manager at Alcan Europe’s London office, as the metal risk manager in Alcan Europe’s Frankfurt office, as the trader managing the global exposure of Elf Antar France, and as the assistant to the director of strategic planning and supply at Elf Aquitaine.


  • Leads BCG's global work in commodities trading and risk management in energy
  • Risk management for industrial companies
  • Strategy for industrial companies
  • Energy trading
  • Oil and gas upstream
  • Oil downstream
  • Metals and mining
  • Aluminum rolled products, primary aluminum


  • MS, finance, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
  • École Polytechnique
Deep Expertise, Broad Experience