For investors and financiers, we can provide an actuarial and financial perspective to support your valuation and due diligence process, for example reviewing the effectiveness of a company’s risk management strategy.
We can give a professional opinion on the statistical assessment of the quality of valuations, assets, production forecasts and field development proposals. We can also support assessment of insurable risks such as supply chain interruption, political risks or natural hazard, integrating this with review of non-insurable or hedgeable risks to provide a holistic risk assessment.
Our Oil and Gas consultancy team can:
In response to a recent article, Iain Poole considers dealing with uncertainty in the oil and gas industry and highlights some of the key challenges in terms of general decision making, and in light of the current turbulent environment.
In a recent survey of over 160 Upstream 'megaprojects', with an average project size of $6.6 billion, EY identified 65% of projects as experiencing cost over-runs, and 78% experienced delays. We look at the inherent uncertainty with large CAPEX projects.
Is Competition law having a chilling effect on the Oil and Gas Authority’s (OGA) call to 'Maximise Economic Recovery' from the UK North Sea? The UK’s new OGA has a primary responsibility to implement the recommendations of a report by Sir Ian Wood.
April was unusually interesting for the UK Oil and Gas industry. Shell announced success in their bid to acquire BG Group and UKOG announced ‘discovery’ of reserves of 158 million barrels of oil per square mile at Horse Hill.
Ground-breaking new services will use the principles of actuarial science that are a key part of our existing insurance and pensions business, and apply them to the modelling and analysis undertaken by companies in the oil and gas exploration industry.