Emmanuel Vaz, Senior Economist Oil & Gas at Mott MacDonald, has over 8 years’ experience working within the Oil and Gas industry, within Europe, Africa and Latin America.
Emmanuel holds a Masters in Energy Economics from the IFP School (French Institute of Petroleum) and the INSTN-CEA (National Institute of Nuclear Technology) in Paris, France.
Previously, Emmanuel was responsible for FGE’s Latin America Oil and Gas Service, providing analysis and strategic advices on the regional oil & gas markets. Prior to this he was involved in the procurement, stock management and analysis of petroleum products in France. He also worked for the French Embassy in Brazil as an Oil and Gas Trade Advisor, and in the Congo for Total, where he was involved in the implementation of the new Production Sharing Contracts (PSC).
Specialties: Oil Market Analysis, Petroleum Economics, Project Management, Business Development, Supply chain & Procurement.
Sector : Energy & commodities.
8 years working experience in the Oil and Gas Industry
Fluency in four languages (French, Portuguese, Spanish, English)
International experience in Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique, France, Republic of Congo, South Africa, UK and Spain.
Financial & tax analyst
TOTAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION CONGO
De Avril 2007 à Octobre 2007
Major International Oil Company (IOC)
-Drafting and analysis of market and regulation related to Exploration & Production oil contracts in Africa.
-Development of the economic models simulating Production Sharing Contracts (PSC), Joint Ventures initiatives, taxation and royalties controls.
-Experience with tax and financial reporting auditing and analysis.
-Analysis of decommissioning and adjustment of offshore structures and installation in Africa.
UNIVERSITY MADRID CARLOS III (Spain) - Economics
2004 à 2005