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StrageticFit welcomes Bertrand Van Ee

We are delighted to have Bertrand Van Ee join the StrategicFit team this week. Betrand has worked extensively in the sustainability and engineering sectors, holding a range of executive positions. He will be contributing to our growing sustainability & climate-change practice area, focusing on the difficult decisions companies face in achieving a sustainable future.   […]

British Diver sponsored by StategicFit places 5th in 2016 European Championships

We are proud to be sponsoring a young British diver, Maria Papworth, who recently competed in the European Championships held in Croatia. Maria preformed fantastically; finishing within the top five in Europe in the under 16’s category. The competition marks a milestone in Maria’s rapidly progressing diving career, as her first competition representing GB. Director […]

NCS 23rd Licencing Round: Few licences, but more interest than it may seem

This article was originally published on the OE Digital website. Read it here.   On first glance, the 23rd Norwegian Licencing Round doesn’t look too exciting. Ten licences split between 13 companies could be seen as a sign of the times for the exploration industry. However with a high level of committed wells, the opening […]

StrategicFit sponsors British Diver

StrategicFit is very proud to be sponsoring a young, talented British diver, Maria Papworth, who was recently awarded a gold medal in her age category at the Junior Elite Nationals. She will now be representing Great Britain in the European Junior Diving Championships in Croatia in June. Well done Maria!      

Exploring in a low price environment

We were recently asked for our thoughts on exploration in Norway to feature in the Oil & Gas Journal’s regular Journally Speaking column. The column focussed on Working through the downturn, and highlighted the Norwegian Barents Sea as an area which has had continued interest despite the oil price dip. We offered opinions on three […]

The Barents Sea: Considerations for potential new investors or entrants

This article was originally published in the Oil & Gas Journal, Vol 114 Issue 2, on 1st Feb 2016. The Norwegian Barents Sea is on the radar of many companies and investors. It’s the most northerly lying area on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) open for petroleum activity. Since exploration drilling commenced in 1980, approximately […]

NCS APA 2015: Appetite for exploration, despite oil price

This APA round has shown that appetite for exploration in Norway has been resilient to low oil prices.   The APA rounds are a mechanism to ensure no stone is left unturned before infrastructure becomes uneconomic. The low oil price makes this more urgent.  But <$60/bbl oil doesn’t seem to have dampened the appetite for […]

StrategicFit supports IEA Report: Storing CO2 through Enhanced Oil Recovery

  With low oil prices and climate change high on the agenda, the oil industry is facing significant challenges.  One solution that has long been promoted by the industry is CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage), to be installed in coal or gas fired power plants to generate near zero carbon electricity.  This is costly and […]

StrategicFit present at Finding Petroleum Middle East conference

Last week Andrew Lodge, a Principal at StrategicFit, chaired a Finding Petroleum event focused on Opportunities and risks in the Middle East & the Levant. Andrew kicked off the day with an Introductory Overview of the region. He covered a broad range of macro-trends, and raised some important questions for companies looking to invest in […]

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