Advisory Work in the Area of Energy EconomicsThe EEFC service covers a cross-section of topics on the economics of energy – while maintaining the necessary quality of the work. This service enjoys a wide international reputation as a result of reaching a very high professional standard. A broad range of subjects are covered by the service, including:
- Extractive resources, covering oil, gas and coal – all aspects of demand, supply, pricing and forecasting
- Taxation policies for different countries such as those active in the North Sea (both for the UK and Norway), Alaska, Indonesia and OECD regions
- Research into different segments of the energy market, e.g. studies and surveys on gasoline market
- Prices, costs, their formulations and policies for different energy variables such as oil, gas, electricity, etc.
- All aspects of the economics of power generation including forecasting methods for power planning
- Various macroeconomic interactions with the energy sector, such as impacts on employment factors, and so on