Operators are faced constantly with difficult economic decisions, and they often involve other participants that have an interest in a particular play. So when operators seek a neutral party for answers to those decisions, or when companies just don’t know what to do and will not move forward, they’ll seek help. Enter the consultant. This entity will immerse him/herself in the data, comb through the key points, just as if he or she was one of those with an economic incentive to engage the right data. The consultant then presents his/her findings.
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