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Musings From the Oil Patch, December 18, 2012
By Allen Brooks on December 17, 2012
Climate Change Proponents Target Energy Stock Holdings E&P Spending Survey Gives Cheer Not Lumps Of Coal Energy In Crosshairs; Is The Fiscal Cliff Has War Lost? The Ups And Downs Of The Global Natural Gas Business Record New Fleet MPG May Be Due To Cooking The Books Canada Open For Business; But The Open Door […]
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Risk Management for Sustainable Profits
The E&P sector faces a steeply rising risk curve due to a combination of increasingly complex field development projects, rising country risks, highly volatile commodity prices and unstable credit markets. Crispian McCredie and Ruud Weijermars, Alboran Energy Strategy Consultants, argue that sustainable profits are generated by those companies with the most rigorous risk management framework.
Posted in Research Articles | Tagged E&P, risk management
The Race to embrace Technological Change
Can the oil companies of the future maintain their operational integrity and meet global energy demand whilst satisfying shareholder expectations? Ruud Weijermars and Crispian McCredie, Alboran Energy Strategy Consultants, assess the outlook.
Posted in Research Articles | Tagged E&P, technology change