Our advisory mindset integrates the diverse breadth of multi-disciplinary technical and commercial expertise across Xodus to advise governments, investment institutions (including project finance and private equity), supply chain and owners / developers / operators across the energy sector.
Our clients trust us to deliver authoritative, in-depth advice and analysis, combining smart thinking with practical experience and an ability to describe and balance risk and financial pressures. We advise in due diligence, M&A, reservoir/reserves evaluation, energy yield analysis, capital raising, and alongside legal teams as an independent expert/expert witness, and support with dispute resolution.
Advising on $8-12 billion of assets on a rolling 12 month basis (both individual assets and entire corporates (>$5 billion) sees us providing advice across:
- Emerging and established offshore wind regions (UK, US, Asia-Pacific)
- Oil and gas basins (on and offshore North Sea, Africa, Asia and the Middle East)
- CCS (UK, Europe, USA)
- Hydrogen (UK, Europe, Asia-Pacific)
- Cables & interconnectors (USA, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific)
Our approach to thinking about the Energy Transition underpins our vision for a responsible energy future by linking the Project level to Portfolio level to Financing regarding emissions and carbon management.
INSITE InteractiveXodus provided INSITE with a team of technology and industry experts, including industry leading GIS...
CO2 EOR Concept and pre-FEED StudiesThe operators of a large mature offshore oil field in the Middle East are considering the...
Xodus completes inter-array cables study for Equinor’s Empire Wind projectXodus Group has completed an inter-array cables installation study for Equinor’s Empire Wind Phase 1, an 816-megawatt (MW) offshore wind project currently under development project offshore…
SIG addressing the industry challenge of Multiphase FIV - Mike LewisVibration induced fatigue failure is a significant problem for the energy sector. The UK HSE…
Seeing Both Sides NowI didn’t come to Renewable Energy via the most conventional route. I studied Philosophy for…
Electrifying needs real energyWith roughly 70% of UKCS emissions attributed to power generation, electrification presents one of the…