Aupec - Valuation - Experience

Valuation Clients

Aupec Valuation clients incude:

  • Atlantic Resources
  • Brown & Root
  • CNPC
  • Dominion Gas
  • Elf Exploration
  • Exxon
  • J P Kenny
  • Marathon Oil
  • Mobil North Sea
  • Phillips Petroleum
  • Royal Bank of Scotland/Midland Valley Exploration
  • Scottish Enterprise
  • Shell
  • Strachan and Henshaw


Aupec provides valuation services to companies around the globe and across the whole industry spectrum.

Recent work ranges from a study for an individual company to estimate the size of the offshore market for industrial gases, to a multi-client economic analysis of petroleum exploration and development terms in North West Europe and the Atlantic Margin: the governments in the UK, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, Ireland, Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands have all introduced complex fiscal legislation applied to petroleum exploitation.

We are currently examining the effects of the taxation systems on the project economics of oil and gas fields under a wide range of oil and gas prices, field sizes, development and operating cost conditions and exploration success rates. The report will be available in Q1, 2009: for more information contact

Other examples of Aupec’s valuation work include:

  • Auditing of complex North Sea field cash flow models for a major E&P company
  • Economic risk analysis of North Sea incremental investment using Monte Carlo techniques
  • Multiple country scoping reviews looking at the economic impact of a large number of fiscal regimes on typical oil and gas field developments
  • European natural gas market analysis
  • Advice on unitisation agreements
  • Investment appraisal advice for E&P ventures
  • Excel based model development to examine investor economics across the value chain - upstream, midstream and downstream - for a major natural gas development
  • Global market research for petroleum service sector companies
  • Wave and wind power economic modelling exercise
  • Cross-border pipeline study
  • Economic impact of automated drilling technology study