Senior Principal Economist, Upstream Energy, IHS MarkitSteve Parish is a senior principal economist within the Petroleum Economics and Policy Solutions (PEPS) group, part of the IHS Markit E&P Terms and Above-Ground Risk (EPTAGR) team.
Based in London, Mr. Parish monitors and analyzes fiscal terms relevant to the upstream petroleum industry around the world and is responsible for creating computer-based economic models for the same. In addition, he assists with consulting projects requiring expertise in upstream fiscal regimes. Mr. Parish has advised governments on fiscal terms, has assisted many oil and gas companies in fiscal benchmarking, and has contributed petroleum economics expertise to consulting assignments. Additionally, he has prepared and delivered training courses and lectures in petroleum economics and cash flow analysis for structured learning with the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) in various locations, with Sciences Po in Paris, France, and with Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom as well as ad hoc in-house workshops. Mr. Parish previously worked in corporate planning and fiscal analysis with oil and gas operator companies. He holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons.) in chemistry and an MBA, specializing in international business, both from the University of Bradford in the United Kingdom.
- Oil & Gas Upstream
- Exploration & Production (E&P)