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WA’s tight gas frustration

THE Yulleroo field’s prospective resources in the Canning Basin have soared to 611 petajoules of tight gas in the high case with 24.8 million barrels of associated liquids – not that Buru Energy can do anything with it due to Western Australia’s frac ban. Anthony Barich | 18 January 2018 RISC Advisory’s assessment of the […]

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RISC receives another testimonial from Pacific Hunt Energy

RISC were engaged by Pacific Hunt Energy to provide a resource assessment of the Indaw field, onshore Myanmar to support funding for appraisal drilling targeting a potential gas development. The client had this to say about RISC’s work on the unique and challenging project: “RISC used lateral thinking to efficiently describe a very complex field […]

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RISC receives praising testimonial from First Gas Limited

RISC recently completed a project providing acquisition due diligence for the purchase of an existing gas storage facility in New Zealand for First Gas Limited. Ben Gerritsen from First Gas has given RISC a praising testimonial following the successful execution of the project: “We would like to thank each of you for your advice, responsiveness and commitment to […]

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FAR : Potential for 1.1 billion barrels of oil offshore The Gambia

FAR Limited | 21 November 2017 FAR Limited have released an announcement following RISC’s recent independent resources review for FAR’s A2 & A5 offshore blocks in The Gambia to support their geotechnical evaluation and assessment of hydrocarbon resources. RISC’s report has the combined prospective resources for the two blocks assessed at 1.1 billion barrels (unrisked, Best Estimate, […]

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Adam Borushek presents ‘Reservoir Engineering and Petroleum Reserves’ at SPE London seminar

On Tuesday RISC Advisory Principal Reservoir Engineer Adam Borushek ran the ‘Introduction to Exploration and Production’ seminar for SPE London. He chaired the event and spoke on the topic ‘Reservoir Engineering and Petroleum Reserves’. The seminar provided an introduction to the full life cycle of oil and gas fields, and was aimed at people working in […]

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FAR’s Gambia gambit looking good

FAR’S much-anticipated geotechnical evaluation has come in for its two offshore blocks in mainland Africa’s smallest country The Gambia and they’re a ripper: 1.1 billion recoverable, albeit unrisked, barrels with 926MMbbl net to the junior. Anthony Barich | 22 November 2017 | Energy News Bulletin FAR entered The Gambia in March and soon signed up […]

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Waitsia status rises

AWE’S Waitsia-4 well has produced the field’s highest flow rate to date and one of the highest ever recorded in onshore Australia at 90 million cubic feet per day. Helen Clark | 22 November 2017 | Energy News Bulletin Last week RISC updated its independent review of Waitsia’s 2P gas reserves by a staggering 78% […]

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WE’RE HIRING – Seeking a Principal Reservoir Engineer to join our London Office

RISC Advisory’s London office is growing and requires a Principal Reservoir Engineer for RISC’s Consulting Division covering Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Job Description Reporting directly to the London Office Partner and General Manager, the successful candidate will join RISC’s subsurface team performing due diligence on A&D transactions, field studies and reserves audits for […]

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RISC Advisory receives client testimonial from the European Bank for Re-Construction and Development

RISC Advisory recently provided technical and commercial due diligence for the European Bank for Re-Construction and Development (EBRD), for which the EBRD had this to say… “The EBRD contracted RISC Advisory in conjunction with its financing opportunity in offshore Europe. RISC carried out excellent work addressing all points in the scope of work. Moreover RISC provided additional […]

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Largest recent onshore natural gas find in Australia has reserves estimate increased

LNG Journal | Tuesday 14 November 2017 Two Australian exploration and production companies said an independent review had increased by 78 percent the estimated reserves for the Waitsia natural gas field in the Perth Basin of Western Australia, the largest onshore discovery for 40 years and destined for the domestic market. The Waitsia field was discovered in September […]

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WA’s tight gas frustration

THE Yulleroo field’s prospective resources in the Canning Basin have soared to 611 petajoules of tight gas in the high case with...

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RISC receives another testimonial from Pacific Hunt Energy

RISC were engaged by Pacific Hunt Energy to provide a resource assessment of the Indaw field, onshore Myanmar to support funding for...

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RISC receives praising testimonial from First Gas Limited

RISC recently completed a project providing acquisition due diligence for the purchase of an existing gas storage facility in New Zealand for...

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