With over 20 years' hands-on experience as a Petroleum Economist in the upstream oil and gas industry, Peter has a detailed understanding of the technical and financial aspects of the industry as well as the key determinants of project value and risk. He leverages his in-depth experience of numerous fiscal jurisdictions to deliver highly relevant and practical training around the world.Peter is currently the Principal Petroleum Economist at CGG, a leading global geoscience company, where he is responsible for managing and delivering economic and commercial consulting projects. These include Competent Persons Reports (CPRs) for stock market listings, reserve audits and data room evaluations for asset acquisitions, and fiscal design and market studies for government organisations.Previously, he worked as an independent Petroleum Economist engaging in all aspects of petroleum economics including commercial evaluations, transaction support, economic and financial modelling, cost estimating and budgeting and forecasting. Projects evaluated comprised conventional onshore and offshore oil and gas fields, shale oil and gas, carbon capture, gas storage, pipeline infrastructure, oil field rehabilitation, and refinery developments. Prior to working as an independent consultant, Peter was Director/Petroleum Economist at Indeva Energy Consultants and a Project Engineer at Doris Engineering in Paris. He has an MBA from the Cranfield School of Management and a degree in engineering from Cambridge and is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).
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