Tom joined ECC in 2011 and has since led the provision of analytical services on a variety of oil, gas and LNG projects in major international markets.
Tom applies his research and analytical skills to help clients unlock value from their global energy ventures. He has particular expertise in developing and operating economic and financial models used to establish the asset and corporate valuations underpinning key decisions on resource developments, M&A activities and litigation proceedings. Tom also conducts detailed research and analysis of oil and gas markets, infrastructure and contractual provisions in support of ECC’s global projects.
Advised an independent IOC on the economic cost/benefit of providing third-party processing services on its production platform offshore Denmark. Provided detailed economic analysis and advice during the internal review process and negotiations with interested parties.
Produced a corporate valuation model for a small UK E&P firm considering a major transaction. Utilised the model to evaluate the acquisition of 15+ assets (field and export) at various development stages through a series of innovative financing arrangements.
Lead project economist for various oil and gas field developments in the UK, Denmark and Norway. Built and operated bespoke economic models to assess project profitability and guide decisions on development concepts, export markets and project investments.
Produced a study of export options for a large gas development offshore Azerbaijan. Conducted a detailed analysis of potential export infrastructure and sales markets, including the modelling of pipeline transportation costs and netback sales prices for each option.
Built an LNG terminal scheduling model to simulate LNG cargo deliveries, storage and send-out for a large gas-to-power project planned in West Africa. Analysed various technical and commercial concepts to support drafting and negotiation of key terminal agreements.