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Research Interests

I research petroleum fiscal systems, with special focus on the design of fiscal regimes that support the development of hydrocarbon resources. I also research the economics of oil field development with particular interest in the characterisation of the operational environment in which oil and gas development investment projects are viable. I do also research the economics and optimal tax regimes for unconventional oil and gas resources, with special interest in shale gas and coalbed methane, CBM. I do research the economics of, and fiscal policy implications, of oil and gas field decommissioning, crude oil and petroleum product price, Joint ventures and venture strategy and efficiency among oil and gas exploration companies.

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Crude oil Engineering & Materials Science
Shale gas Engineering & Materials Science
Industry Engineering & Materials Science
Hydraulic fracturing Engineering & Materials Science
Human factors Business & Economics
Gases Engineering & Materials Science
Economics Engineering & Materials Science
Horizontal wells Engineering & Materials Science

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Research Output 2015 2017

Integrating human factors into process safety management

Theophilus, S., Nwankwo, C., Acquah-Andoh, E., Bassey, E. & Umoren, U. 16 Jun 2017 In : Process Safety Progress . (in press), p. (in press)

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Human factors
Learning systems
Classification system
Accidents
Factor analysis
Crude oil
Industry
Sales
Trajectories
Experiments