Oil Expert Witnesses
Oil is a thick liquid composed mainly of hydrogen and carbon. There are three common uses for oil. Transportation oils are used in transportation vehicles. Fuel oils are used for the generation of heat and electricity, asphalt and road oil. Feedstocks are found in chemicals, plastics and synthetic materials in almost all products. Oil takes between tens of million to hundreds of millions of years to for naturally. Seventy percent of our current oil deposits originated in the Mesozoic Period over sixty-five million years ago. Our expert witnesses, speakers, and consultants on oil are scholars and researchers from major universities and industry professionals from oil companies such as Exxon Mobil and Marathon Oil as well as policy advisors from organizations such as the International Energy Agency. They are knowledgeable in all aspects of the oil industry, including but not limited to, the following: oil exploration, petroleum engineering, oil and gas reservoir engineering, oil and gas production, heavy oil production technology, oil pipelines. Enhanced oil recovery, oil shale and other fossil derived Synfuels, gas injection and recycling, energy economics, global oil markets, tax issues, gas market issues, oil and gas market analysis, deregulation, privatization, oil and gas financing, energy/gas marketing, oil and gas management, oil and gas forensic audits, contractor-oil company relationships, and litigation are other areas of expertise for our expert witnesses. They are experienced expert witnesses who have testified before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and other federal and state organizations and agencies.