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The last episode of CNBC's "Executive Vision" airs Tuesday, Oct. 27th at 9PM & 1AM ET

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The last episode of CNBC's 5-part primetime global series, "Executive Vision," (episode 5) airs Tuesday, Oct. 27th at 9PM & 1AM ET on CNBC.

"Executive Vision," a CNBC five-part series hosted by CNBC's Melissa Francis and Simon Hobbsand sponsored by Credit Suisse, is an executive strategy session as some of the world's brightest minds gather to tackle the most compelling issues they face in their fields. The series examines how leaders gain the trust, dedication and admiration of all around them as they confront the challenges in today's ever-changing world.

The series explores the art of leadership within five specific industry groups and gets to the heart of what drives some of the world's most successful, courageous, and insightful leaders.

In this episode entitled "Being a Leader - A Job That's Never Done: Energy" - From the industrial revolution to the modern day, energy has propelled us farther than ever before. But currently the energy industry is going through a sea change that is leaving leaders to adapt, and in some cases, reinvent their business models. How will Energy's greats make profits while reducing dependence on oil, caring for the environment and preparing for the future? We answer those questions and more in a though provoking discussion with the greatest leaders in energy.

Guests include T. BOONE PICKENS, Chairman, BP Capital and Architect, "The Pickens Plan"; GENERAL WESLEY CLARK, Co-Chairman Growth Energy; JAMES HACKETT, Chairman, President & CEO Anadarko Petroleum; STEVEN LEER, Chairman & CEO, Arch Coal; JIGAR SHAH, Founder, Sun-Edison, and CEO, The Carbon War Room; SUEDEEN G. KELLY, Commissioner, The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; SHEIKH AHMED ZAKI YAMANI, Founder, The Center for Global Energy Studies, Saudi Oil Minister & Former Head, OPEC.

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