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International E&P Strategic Issues

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January 01, 2000

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Oil and gas companies that have historically been a prudent investment opportunity have been performing poorly relative to other industries throughout the first few years of the New Economy era. This paper attempts to address these questions: Why? What can be done? Based on a 10,000 company multi-industry research endeavor, the primary building blocks of value creation are identified. These fundamental elements are adapted into five rules of the New Economy. These rules are then evaluated for acceptance and levels of integration within the E&P (exploration and production) industry Once it is established that the E&P industry has substantial room to improve in fully embracing the concepts of the New Economy and its methods of value creation, the concepts of value dynamics are discussed. It is through a Value Dynamic perspective that the process to E&P value creation in the New Economy is developed.

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International Oil and Gas Ventures: A Business Perspective

George E. Kronman
George E. Kronman
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Don B. Felio
Don B. Felio
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Thomas E. O’Connor
Thomas E. O’Connor
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Mindy S. Kronman
Mindy S. Kronman
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American Association of Petroleum Geologists
ISBN electronic:
9781629810683
Publication date:
January 01, 2000

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