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Energy players

 
#1 Energy players
02/10/2007 15:34

Oiler

Hi would anyone know who are the biggest players in the enerrgy market. I don't mean companies that work on IT/marketing within the sector, but rather those that work within the profit-centre parts of the business.

Doesn't appear that many energy companies use business consultants but rather functional specialists like SI delivery or technical support. Or have I got it wrong?

Oiler

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#2 RE: Energy players
02/10/2007 19:09

Gasser to Oiler (#1)

Bain are currently assisting BPs new CEO in simplifying its Org Structure. Mckinsey assist Shell in their Upstream. BCG/ BAH assist Shell in their Downstream. Banks/ some E&Y type people advise both on deals and project finance.

Lower tier consultancies used for HR outsourcing and IT systems rollouts.

Woodmackenzie are the dons for strategic/ benchmarking/ industry analysis - and work is commissioned heavily from them. Mott Macdonand are also a strng player due to engineering experience.

Contractors are used extensivly to fill in engineering/ technical shortages

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#3 RE: Energy players
03/10/2007 07:53

Oiler to Gasser (#2)

Thanks Gasser. Interesting stuff. Would you know if there is a strong market for energy related experience for consultancy?

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#4 RE: Energy players
03/10/2007 12:23

anon to Oiler (#3)

i see SAIC are looking for energy consultants

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#5 RE: Energy players
03/10/2007 18:29

not so fast... to anon (#4)

Gasser's account is detailed, but incomplete.

Schlumberger, Accenture, Deloitte et al are carrying out significant strat work both at NOCs and IOCs.

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#6 RE: Energy players
04/10/2007 10:57

Energy consultant to not so fast... (#5)

This is my take on the top players in energy strat consulting:

1. McKinsey

2. Bain

3. Deloitte

4. Accenture

5. CRAi

6. ArthurDLittle

7. SBC

Anyone?

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#7 RE: Energy players
04/10/2007 13:46

Oiler to Energy consultant (#6)

I think you may have mis-read the question Energy Cons. I agree with much of your list, but Accenture and energy?? Get real! All they do is SI in the energy industry. That, to me at least, is not strategy stuff, it IT functional work.

ADL are good

Bain not soo good: first hand exp at client site

Oiler

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