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UPSTREAM

Global Upstream Project Analytics

The Global Upstream Project Analytics Service delivers timely and relevant insights and forecasts on global upstream projects.  Analyses and data are delivered through our dedicated web portal in multiple formats including formal and informal analytical content, podcasts, webcasts, and more.  In addition, the service provides access to selected data, interactive charts, and mapping tools. Clients also have access to data tools, interactive custom charting with ability for data downloads, and mapping tools.

With this service, you receive

  • Assessment of global upstream projects to capture each project’s importance and impact on the global supply system
  • Evaluation of projects are across many dimensions including field development, economics, ultimate estimated recoveries, and production outlooks
  • Tracking of key developments for major projects, and formulation of views on project timing, costs, and production on a global basis through monthly updates
  • Access to all tracked projects, including complete project details through a dedicated web portal, which is updated daily
  • Web-based economic tools that enable clients to run sensitivity analyses on various input variables, and download the data and results into Excel
  • Web-based benchmarking tool that allows for the comparison of projects by operating, financial and economic parameters
  • Direct access to analysts

Who uses this service and how do they use it?

Strategy Teams at E&P Companies, including Integrated Oil Companies (IOCs) and National Oil Companies (NOCs) Eliminate opportunity costs
Financial Analysts at E&P Companies Use scalable, comparative data to make optimum business decisions
Business Development Managers at E&P Companies  Accurately evaluate the economics of potential projects  
Senior Management Teams at E&P Companies Compare and benchmark planned projects from different operators
Executives and Analysts at Oilfield Service Companies
Understand expected drilling activity across the world and who is spending money and where
Executives and Analysts at Engineering, Procurecument & Construction (EPC) Companies
Get a view toward expected capital spending on different types of upstream developments
Executives and Analysts at Institutional Financial Service Firms Analyze the relative exposure that different companies have in the upstream development markets