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Low Oil Prices: Don’t Eat the Seed Corn!

March 5, 2015
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The old adage that “necessity is the mother of invention” is proving true in the independent E&P oil sector. Faced with low oil prices, independent oil producers are introducing oil price “optionality” into their crude oil sales contracts. Crude producers reeling from low prices are offering […]

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Books by Consilience Quoted in Letter to First Minister

August 11, 2014
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“Trading Crude Oil: The Consilience Guide” written by Consilience CEO Liz Bossley, has been quoted in a letter to Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond. The letter was composed by Professor Sir Donald  Mackay, to highlight to the Scottish government  the importance of using an appropriate oil price […]

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Blends and benchmarks

June 4, 2014
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Liz Bossley, CEO of Consilience Energy Advisory Group (CEAG), explains why she believes there is a need for new crude oil benchmarks other than Brent as a definitive oil price marker.

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Source: Petroleum Review

First published in Petroleum Review June 2014
Licensed for print and […]

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Brent Oil price benchmark ‘in urgent need of reform’

April 23, 2014
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Brent Oil, the pricing benchmark for two thirds of the world’s oil supply, is “crumbling” and is in urgent need of reform, a new study into the market argues.

Liz Bossley, chief executive of Consilience Energy Advisory Group and author of the study, said too many oil […]

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