Christopher Moyes

Christopher Moyes

President Moyes & Co

Chris Moyes has over forty-five years of experience in the energy sector and has developed specific expertise in the evaluation, negotiation, trading, and financing of international oil and gas ventures. In addition, Moyes is considered an expert in the interpretation and assessment of petroleum contracts, and in the resolution of contract issues.   Since founding Moyes & Co in 1983, Chris has managed both domestic and international E&P venture investments. He has evaluated production properties for acquisition and investment opportunities. He has managed new company issues, identified and acquired assets for clients, and concluded investment contractual documentation. He has been active in the provision of advice to governments, contractors, and the service sector in the structure and financing of joint ventures for upstream, downstream, power, and infrastructure sectors. He is familiar with the world’s petroleum fiscal systems for oil and gas, export routes and their capacities and costs, transactions involving assets and valuations thereof, and the availability and cost of capital for international projects. He has provided Competent Person’s or Independent Expert’s Reports for companies seeking listings on the Canadian, United Kingdom and Australia Stock Markets.  He has acted as Expert Witness in litigation or arbitration proceedings by expert report, deposition or affidavit.

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Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 11:00 To 12:00

11/05/2019 11:00 11/05/2019 12:00 Addressing the regulatory and political risk: How can Africa reinvent itself to attract more capital How can Africa reinvent itself to attract more capital?

Across the continent it is estimated that the total upstream capital requirement is set at the $90+ bbl market per year. This presents a significant challenge to stakeholders, operators and project owners alike as Africa is still viewed as a high-risk frontier market. As investors look forward risk adjusted opportunities, how can Africa address above the ground risks to increase capital and deal flow?
Finance Forum

Finance Forum

"Addressing the regulatory and political risk: How can Africa reinvent itself to attract more capital"

Christopher Moyes Eric Descourtieux Osam Iyahen Thomas B Murphy
Time and date

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 11:00 To 12:00

11/05/2019 11:00 11/05/2019 12:00 Addressing the regulatory and political risk: How can Africa reinvent itself to attract more capital How can Africa reinvent itself to attract more capital?

Across the continent it is estimated that the total upstream capital requirement is set at the $90+ bbl market per year. This presents a significant challenge to stakeholders, operators and project owners alike as Africa is still viewed as a high-risk frontier market. As investors look forward risk adjusted opportunities, how can Africa address above the ground risks to increase capital and deal flow?
Finance Forum
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