Our values

When working with clients, there are three key characteristics that RISC values above all others. And from experience, we know it is what our clients value most about us too. Working in partnership with our clients, and utilising every ounce of experience we have available to us, we ensure we do the right thing by clients at all times.

Through our work we offer:

Insight

The experience, expertise and capabilities of our team ensure we look at every assignment in the most holistic way possible. We understand the oil and gas value chain and lifecycle in its entirety, offering a rare opportunity for clients to get a perspective you cannot find from other firms.

Integrity

No matter what, trust and honesty are paramount in the way we carry out our business. When decisions need to be made, and the outcomes of these decisions involves millions of dollars and hundreds of people, we have to be able to stand behind every bit of advice we give, knowing that the RIGHT decision has been made on every level.

Independence

At RISC we only consider the facts and respond to our clients needs. We are totally independent where giving advice is concerned, and do not, under any circumstances, allow team members to be influenced by anything outside of the project.

Decisions with Confidence

Our maxim is Decisions with Confidence. Enabling our clients to make the right choices in the right time frame based on the right information is of paramount importance to us. We are unable to assist our clients in making confident decisions if clients are unsure of RISC’s integrity or independence.

 

 

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