Thursday, October 31, 2019
CALGARY, AB, CANADA – Sproule, a leading global energy consulting firm, is pleased to announce that it will open a new office in The Hague in November. This expansion enhances our ability to support global clients and increases our footprint across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). The office will provide consulting services and serve as a business development hub for the region.
The decision to continue to expand our presence outside of North America was a logical step in our growth strategy, says Christoffer Mylde, Senior Vice President Corporate Development. “Europe remains a regional hub for the energy sector with continued strong activity levels in the highly integrated European energy market. Sproule has an established client base in the region that will be better serviced with our presence in The Hague.”
“A global team of expert geoscientists and engineers enables us to provide clients with a broad perspective grounded by regional expertise,” says Jim Chisholm, President, Sproule. “Operationally, we are committed to ensuring clients receive timely and local expertise to support their unique challenges.”
“I am delighted to provide our clients with on-premise technical and commercial services from our new location. Sproule brings deep technical and commercial experience in all the aspects of the energy industry, and has specific expertise in reserves certification, enhanced oil recovery, heavy oil, tight oil & gas, LNG market dynamics, underground storage, unitization and litigation support.” says Danilo Bandiziol, Regional Director. “The opening of our EMEA office in The Hague is a further step in solidifying our global capabilities.”
Sproule is a global energy consulting firm anchored by deep geoscience and engineering expertise combined with a strong commercial understanding of energy markets. We help exploration and production companies, financial institutions, and governments accurately characterize opportunities across the energy value chain and increase shareholder confidence through independent technical studies and economic evaluations of resources.