Vice President Global Exploration Wood Mackenzie
Andrew has over 25 years experience assisting majors and independents in the development of their exploration strategy and currently works on Wood Mackenzie’s Exploration Research. He provides analysis of exploration economics, strategies and industry trends.
Andrew previously led the Exploration Strategy offering within the Upstream Consulting business. He worked with clients to help optimize their investments in petroleum exploration and advised on strategy, process, opportunity characterization and evaluation. As part of this offering, Andrew directed Wood Mackenzie’s series of multi-client projects on exploration, deepwater and Arctic themes.
Andrew has been with Wood Mackenzie’s energy team since 1995. Until the end of 2001, he managed the team responsible for Sub-Saharan Africa research products and consultancy, undertaking a range of market analysis and regional strategy projects.
He started his career in 1990 as an international new ventures geologist with Ranger Oil. Later, as Ranger focused on West Africa, he became project geologist for Angola.
Andrew graduated from Imperial College, London, with a BSc Honours degree in Geology, and holds a PhD in Geology from University College, Cardiff.
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From 11:00 To 12:00
11/05/2019 11:00 11/05/2019 12:00 African Exploration & Production: Past & Future Keynote: Energy Security in Uncertain Times: Accelerating exploration & development in Africa
Rune Olav Pedersen, President & CEO, PGS
Keynote: The Future of Africa E&P: An Independent's Perspective
Paul McDade, CEO, Tullow Oil
Keynote: Towards a More Profitable but Smaller Exploration Industry: How new African oil & gas fields & yet-to-find potential can help meet the energy challenges of the future.
Andrew Latham, VP Research Global Exploratation, Wood Mackenzie Main Stage
|Andrew Latham Paul McDade Rune O Pedersen|
From 11:00 To 12:00