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Erik Darner

Managing Director, Energy Transition & Cleantech Advisory

Erik Darner, Managing Director Energy Transition & Cleantech Advisory, is an experienced leader in global energy strategy and M&A

Mr. Darner is Managing Director of the IHS Markit Energy Transition & Clean Tech Advisory team in London, helping companies invest in and set strategy for the Energy Transision. Mr. Darner is an experienced project manager and leader in strategy, M&A, and major capital projects, managing complex projects with up to US $30Bn expansion budget/deal valuation, advising Private, Public, and National Energy Companies, Service Companies, Financial Institutions, Private Capital Groups, and Governments.

With a background in Economics, Strategy and Finance, Erik is an expert in corporate and investment strategies, M&A, transactions and valuation support, commercial & technical due-diligence, perfrormance improvement, portfolio management, and major capital decisions.

Prior to this, Mr Darner spent 8 years in Asia Pacific setting up and expanding the IHS Markit Energy Consulting practice across North East and South East Asia. Before joining IHS Markit, Erik gained valuable project experience in Management consulting (BCG), Investment Banking (Greenhill & Co.) Automotive (Michelin), Chemicals (Akzo Nobel), and Capital Markets (NASDAQ). Mr. Darner holds a BSc in Economics & Management from the London School of Economics, and a Masters (MSc) in Business Management from London Business School.

  • Climate and Sustainability
  • Batteries & Energy Storage
  • Clean Technology & Renewables
  • Consumer Markets
  • Country / Territory Risk
  • Basin and Play Analysis
  • Battery Energy Storage
  • Bid Rounds
  • Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage
  • Carbon Markets & Pricing
  • Clean Technology Innovation
  • Climate Change
  • Commodity Price Forecasts
  • Company Valuations
  • Crude Oil & Refined Products Markets
  • Decarbonization
  • Deepwater Offshore Market
  • Digital Transformation
  • Energy & Climate Scenarios
  • Energy Capital Investments
  • Energy Environment Policies and Practice
  • Energy Forward Curves
  • Energy Geopolitics
  • Energy Investment Analysis
  • Energy R&D Trends
  • Energy Technologies
  • Energy Transition
  • Energy Volatility
  • Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)
  • ESG Investing
  • Exploration & Production (E&P)
  • Exploration & Production (E&P) Economics
  • Exploration & Production (E&P) Strategy
  • Exploration Licensing Rounds
  • Field Development
  • Financial Model Validation
  • Hydrogen
  • International Oil Companies (IOCs)
  • Low Carbon Spending
  • Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
  • National Oil Companies (NOCs)
  • Natural Gas / LNG Markets
  • Offshore Construction
  • Offshore Drilling
  • Offshore Rigs
  • Offshore Vessels
  • Oil & Gas Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC)
  • Oil & Gas Resources
  • Oil Markets Supply, Demand and Pricing
  • Oil Prices
  • Oil Sands
  • Oilfield Services
  • OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries)
  • Petroleum Economics
  • Pre-salt Development
  • Scenario Planning
  • Unconventional Resources
  • Unconventional Technology and Development
  • Upstream Above Ground Issues and Risk
  • Upstream Below Ground Issues and Risk
  • Upstream Benchmarking
  • Upstream Capital and Operating Cost Estimation
  • Upstream Contracts
  • Upstream Cost Reduction
  • Upstream Decommissioning
  • Upstream Facilities
  • Upstream Operations
  • Upstream Opportunity Screening
  • Upstream Project Planning
  • Upstream Regulation
  • Upstream Reserve Asset Valuation
  • Upstream Supply Chain
  • Upstream Technology Benchmarking
  • Upstream Valuation

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China national oil companies and domestic upstream outlook

23 Apr 2020 Asia Pacific

Under the disruptions from the unexpected coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and the plunging oil price, China's upstream is facing unprecedented challenges, especially when actions aiming for production and reserve growth are being carried out.

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