A Global Perspective
Energy transforms our world, providing opportunities and raising standards of living, whilst creating challenges of climate change, cost and supplies. Developing effective, efficient, sustainable energy supply networks and market arrangements can play a crucial role in facilitating economic growth and social development.
MJMEnergy has been serving the energy industry in over 50 countries since 1994. With experience across every continent and a wide network of associates and local partners, MJMEnergy can develop mixed international and local teams to meet complex consultancy and capacity-building requirements.
MJMEnergy began providing consultancy in the UK in 1994, following Mike Madden’s work with British Gas in the 1980s and early 1990s. Since then MJMEnergy has remained highly active in the UK market, providing consultancy and training on a wide range of energy issues.
MJMEnergy has worked in numerous East Asian countries including China, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Cambodia, South Korea and the Philippines providing advice on market reform, LNG imports, third party access, infrastructure development, gas masterplans, regulation and market monitoring.
MJMEnergy has been involved in providing consultancy, training and research across Europe since the late 1990s. MJMEnergy’s seminal report Liberalising Gas Markets in Europe was the one of the first comprehensive analyses of the prospects for effective gas supply competition across the EU, and since then we have been involved in a wide range of EU energy projects, working for Governments, regulators, power generators, suppliers, transporters, consumers, trade associations and the European Commission.
MJMEnergy has extensive experience in South Asia, particularly in Pakistan, but also in India, Bangladesh and Myanmar, providing advice on gas market restructuring, LNG imports, third party access and network codes, infrastructure development and regulation.
Russia and the CIS
MJMEnergy provides analysis and training on Russian and other CIS gas and energy industry issues and including reviews of LNG export project, the potential for LNG as a transport fuel in Russia, pipeline supply and contractual developments. In addition we have provided advice on a potential purchase of a gas distribution business in the region, and reviewed the Russian gas supply chain in the context of the fertilizer market.
Sub Saharan Africa
MJMEnergy has worked for many years in Sub Saharan Africa, particularly in Nigeria, but also in South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia and Ghana, providing advice on gas market development, third party access and network codes, transparency and regulation.
MJMEnergy has in provided consultancy, training and research in Latin America over recent years, including advising on LNG imports in Chile, training for regulators in Colombia, reviews and forecasts of potential LNG exports from Colombia, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago, and Brazil.
Middle East and North Africa
MJMEnergy has been involved with many projects in the MENA region including, with work on Qatar, Egypt, Lebanon, Libya, Algeria and Israel, as well as research and analysis on a range of other MENA countries.
MJMEnergy has worked on various North American energy studies and projects, including reviews of potential LNG supplies from Canada and the US, analysis of gas transportation arrangements, and regulatory reviews.
MJMEnergy has had limited direct involvement with projects in the Australasia region, although its network of associate consultants it has on the ground connections and expertise in a number of areas.