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Adam Mitchell

Practice Leader, Management Advisory
Adam is a highly experienced management consultant helping the upstream energy industry. He brings over 25 years’ experience in E&P strategy and project leadership roles, applying deep understanding of the E&P asset lifecycle and helping clients address their challenges.

Adam is a highly experienced management consultant helping the upstream energy industry. He brings over 25 years’ experience in E&P strategy and project leadership roles, applying deep understanding of the E&P asset lifecycle and helping clients address their challenges. He has a strong track record of helping a wide range of E&P firms, from super majors, small independents and NOCs.

Adam has a proven ability to combine the technical, commercial and organisational issues into a structured set of the key insights and work with clients to develop fit-for-purpose solutions. He is skilled at helping clients get a clear understanding of the key uncertainties and the implications these have on major decisions.

He brings deep experience of developing robust, flexible economic models for fields and portfolios. He has effectively used modelling in many situations to evaluate opportunities, bring insights on value drivers, key risks, the implications of different scenarios, and the trade-offs of major choices for decision makers.

Adam holds a BSc in Physics from Bristol University; and an MBA from Imperial College, London.

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