Helping clients navigate the complexities of the gas value chain
Understanding the fundamental economics of gas production and consumption, and the risks along the value chain, has become a complex problem for governments, resource holders, midstream investors and end-users alike. The global gas sector is changing with new gas resources becoming available for development and the growing challenges of climate change and renewables to consider.
GaffneyCline’s experienced professionals translate these complexities into manageable and understandable recommendations to assist with investment decisions, contract terms, technology choices, and project structuring alternatives.
Through the combination of expertise, up-to-date market understanding, and the ability to convey recommendations aligned with client needs, GaffneyCline delivers advice and analysis that is objective, accurate, and actionable.
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Evaluation of Hydrogen Pathways
Commercially match various feed stocks (fuels, electricity) and hydrogen production methods (reformation, electrolysis and pyrolysis), with various end-use markets and incentives