NGLs Analyst/Senior Analyst - London
FGE's London office is expanding its operations. As such, we are looking to recruit an NGLs (Natural Gas Liquids) Analyst to join our team of NGLs experts.
We are a team of experienced professionals with a wide range of international clients, mainly oil companies, financial institutions and producer governments. Consultancy services include the provision of regular research, interacting with clients and undertaking special studies and reports. The entrepreneurial spirit of FGE’s consultants allows for a dynamic working environment that enables the company to adapt and develop its products in line with changes within the industry. This dynamism also allows the company to provide unrivalled organic growth opportunities to candidates with a proven ability to develop and expand the business.
In FGE, the NGLs team covers a suite of light-ends products including ethane, LPG (propane and butane), naphtha and condensate. The team’s coverage extends to the olefins and aromatics markets from a feedstock perspective. The team has also increasingly been exploring the energy transition – with LPG a key transition fuel for developing countries, and the oil/petrochemical industry increasingly looking to incorporate sustainable solutions.
Analysing NGLs as part of the global team, the successful candidate will enhance their already strong numeric and analytical skills and eventually becoming a regional or subject expert. Working alongside the NGLs team, upstream, refining and economic specialists, the successful candidate will have exposure to the complete oil cycle giving the successful driven and motivated candidate an accelerated learning curve and unparalleled exposure to the industry.
The Role and Responsibilities
- Collecting data and information with regards to market fundamentals (supply, demand, trade) and pricing for NGLs.
- Analysing and modelling of market fundamentals of NGLs
- Analysing macro and micro economic data pertaining to oil, NGLs and gas/LNG.
- Contribute to team’s efforts to generate price forecasts accounting for market fundamentals and forward pricing.
- Build forecasts, databases, and evaluations for FGE’s short-term and long-term NGLs services.
- Report writing and contributing to FGE’s NGLs services via original research.
- Coordinating and engaging in project and retainer work.
- Providing research support to consultants and contributing towards client proposals and ad-hoc projects.
- Preparing both internal and external client presentation material and answering client queries.
The ideal applicant will be a highly numerate graduate with oil industry experience; alternatively, from a finance, engineering, economics, or similar background, and will possess the following attributes:
- Bachelor’s Degree in engineering, economics, business administration or similar discipline.
- At least 1+ years’ experience of the oil industry/analysis experience. Fresh graduates with oil industry /commodities internship experience are welcomed.
- Ability to undertake independent research and work with a project team.
- Good writing and oral presentation skills.
- Fluent (written and verbal) in English.
- Proficient in Microsoft Excel ideally to macro level.
- Able to legally work in the United Kingdom.
- Ability to perform in a deadline driven environment and deliver work in a timely manner.
- Able to travel.
- Ability to work effectively with regional offices to promote products globally.
- Able to support business development activities.
- Able to learn and development new skills.
- Display a deep-seated curiosity for learning
How Do I Apply for This Position?
If you are interested in applying for this position, and you meet the above requirements, please submit your application through our Online Application Form (see button on the right). Unfortunately, due to the high number of applications we receive, we are only able to contact applicants who have been selected for interview. Please note, we are only able to process applications that include a CV. Those without will not be processed.