2018 Wood Mackenzie Oslo Upstream Briefing

  • Oslo, Norway
Wood Mackenzie's Oslo Upstream Briefing takes place on Tuesday 22 May titled 'The future of the North Sea'. Join us to discuss the issues facing the industry and listen to our regional and global experts give their latest views.

Agenda

    • 22 May 2018

      • Registration & Refreshments

      • Welcome & Introduction

        Speakers

        • Ross leads Wood Mackenzie’s Norway upstream research team, where he is responsible for delivering Wood Mackenzie’s Norway and wider European research offerings. Ross has 10 years of experience in Upstream oil and gas and has undertaken a wide range of research and consulting assignments during his time at Wood Mackenzie.  Since joining Wood Mackenzie, Ross has also covered the Middle East, North Africa and South East Asia regions. This has involved extensive travel and with his insight he has contributed to numerous research and consulting projects. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, Ross was an auditor at Deloitte, working with upstream clients. Ross graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an Honours degree in Business and Accountancy.

      • Refreshments & Networking

      • The outlook for upstream investment and costs through the oil price recovery

        Speakers

        • Malcolm is a Research Director for the European Upstream sector. He has over ten years of experience in covering the UK and Norway’s upstream sectors. As well as valuing fields and companies for upstream reports, Malcolm regularly carries out consulting projects, writes topical reports and presents at conferences. His key areas of focus also include global development costs, the supply chain, M&A and exploration. He has covered countries companies throughout Europe as an analyst. Prior to this, Malcolm was as Senior Data Analyst in the Europe Upstream Research Team. He has been with Wood Mackenzie for over ten years.  Before joining Wood Mackenzie, Malcolm worked for the Scottish Government, in the Justice Department. He moved there from a position at Barclays Stockbrokers. Malcolm graduated with the Masters degree in Politics from Glasgow University.

      • How upstream costs have been reduced

        Speakers

        • As Principal Analyst in the Upstream Supply Chain team, Mhairidh leads Wood Mackenzie’s global research on the subsea market. She provides critical analysis on the upstream supply chain, covering cost, capacity and supply/demand dynamics. Mhairidh regularly authors insight reports on industry themes, presents at conferences and provides media commentary. Mhairidh previously spent 4 years as an expert in Wood Mackenzie’s North Sea research team. She joined Wood Mackenzie after six years in the subsea industry, having held commercial and R&D roles with Tier 1 and 2 contractors. Mhairidh holds a BEng(Hons) in Biochemical Engineering from University College London and an MSc from the University of Strathclyde Business School.

      • Coffee & Networking

      • Global M&A, corporate strategies and where the North Sea sits

        Speakers

        • As Principal Analyst in the M&A Service, Greig leads Wood Mackenzie’s global research into upstream M&A trends, including assessment of corporate strategies and analysis of value creation. Greig also oversees and supports individual deal evaluation, and provides input to consulting projects. Greig joined Wood Mackenzie in 2012 from Brewin Dolphin’s institutional broking business, where he spent over five years as a sell-side equities analyst. Initially working as small cap generalist, Greig represented a diverse range of companies across the energy, mining and technology spaces. In 2011, after narrowing his focus of expertise, Greig achieved Extel ratings in both the Technology and Oil and Gas sectors (focusing on Oilfield Services). In 2012, Greig was the #1 ranked energy stock picker in the UK & Ireland (FT/Starmine Analyst Awards). Greig graduated from Heriot-Watt University in 1999 with an MA in Business Organisation, and spent the early part of his career as a software developer in the pensions and life assurance industry.

      • What to expect from the new Private Equity players and how to create value in the North Sea

        Speakers

        • Neivan has been an Analyst on the North Sea Upstream Research team since 2014. Neivan has authored Insights looking at a variety of topical subjects including the economics of the Southeast Barents, corporate response to the drop in oil price and impact of private equity in the North Sea. Neivan also carries out consulting projects and presents at conferences. Recent consulting work includes helping companies with long-term strategies, due diligence and project benchmarking. Prior to joining the Norway Upstream Research team, Neivan worked as an analyst at Interconnector UK carrying out a variety of commercial and regulatory work. Neivan graduated with a Masters degree in Chemical and Process Engineering from Strathclyde University.

      • Thank You & Close

        Speakers

        • Ross leads Wood Mackenzie’s Norway upstream research team, where he is responsible for delivering Wood Mackenzie’s Norway and wider European research offerings. Ross has 10 years of experience in Upstream oil and gas and has undertaken a wide range of research and consulting assignments during his time at Wood Mackenzie.  Since joining Wood Mackenzie, Ross has also covered the Middle East, North Africa and South East Asia regions. This has involved extensive travel and with his insight he has contributed to numerous research and consulting projects. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, Ross was an auditor at Deloitte, working with upstream clients. Ross graduated from the University of Edinburgh with an Honours degree in Business and Accountancy.

Fees

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