For over 50 years, Gaffney, Cline & Associates' involvement in projects has spanned the entire oil and gas industry lifecycle; upstream, midstream and dowstream.
The list of Gaffney, Cline & Associates' clients is equally diverse and includes major and independent oil companies, national oil companies, government ministries and lending/investment institutions.
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Egypt is rich in oil and gas, with proved oil reserves of 3.5 BBbl and reported gas reserves of 65.2 TCF at end 2015 (BP Stats). Egypt benefits from a relatively low cost operating environment and a good geographical location close to different markets. There is a wide range of assets in Egypt; oil/gas, onshore/offshore, deep/shallow water, mature producing assets and exciting exploration blocks. Infrastructure and facilities exist with significant spare capacities.Read more
Within the Middle East region, GCA has undertaken some 50+ projects specifically in Iraq in recent years. These have been varied in nature; from Strategy advice to the Ministry, Independent Reserves Estimations and Asset Reviews to Evaluation Studies, Field Development Plans through to Contractual advice, Arbitrations, Aquistions and Gas Utilization.
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Claiming >38% of the World’s Proved Oil reserves and >24% of the Proved Gas reserves, The Middle East has been a region in which GCA has conducted significant business. Our clients range from small exploration companies to major oil companies, NOC's and Banks. GCA has undertaken 229 projects in the region over the past ten years. These have been varied in nature; from Independent Reserves Estimations and Asset Reviews to Evaluation Studies, Field Development Plans through to Contractual advice, Arbitrations, Acquisitions and Gas Utilization.
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The onshore rig count continued to decline this week -- albeit at a slower rate -- down 14 (3%). In the three key oil basins (Eagle Ford, Permian, and Williston), the decline was 9 oil rigs (a 4% decline).Read more
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