Upstream Fiscal Analyst – Petroleum Economist in London, United Kingdom

at GlobalData Energy
Location London, United Kingdom
Date Posted April 10, 2018
Category Petroleum Engineer
Job Type Permanent


GlobalData’s upstream fiscal analysis team helps our clients around the globe to assess investment opportunities in the exploration and production sector. In one of our analyst-level roles you will be responsible for building and maintaining our library of discounted cash flow models and country reports to ensure that clients have the most up to date and accurate information to guide their decision-making. Keeping abreast of tax and policy changes worldwide, you will also author regular topical insight pieces and provide analysis directly to clients. Working as part of our agile and dynamic team, you will quickly gain understanding of the oil and gas sector across a wide variety of geographies, honing your modelling and analysis skills.The ideal candidate will have a few years of experience working in a similar role, with a background in economics, finance, politics or a related discipline, and a keen interest in energy policy.Key Responsibilities: Research and track policy developments affecting the fiscal and regulatory terms governing the upstream oil and gas sectorPrepare and maintain detailed country-level fiscal and regulatory reportsBuild and maintain library of fiscal modelsAuthor topical insight pieces relating to the upstream fiscal and regulatory environmentParticipate in ad-hoc consulting engagements and projects as required by the businessSkills & Experience Required:Circa 1-3 years of experience in the oil and gas sectorDegree in economics, finance, politics or a related disciplineExperience building discounted cash flow modelsAdvanced proficiency in Microsoft ExcelPrevious exposure to and an understanding of upstream regulatory and fiscal systemsExcellent writing skills, with the ability to express complex ideas in a concise mannerAttention to detail and commitment to qualityEffective oral communication skills to support client interactionsPreferredExisting research contacts within the oil and gas sectorRelevant language skills, particularly French, Spanish, Portuguese or RussianJob Type: Full-timeRequired experience:similar: 1 yearRequired education:Bachelor's

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