About AKAP Energy
AKAP ENERGY provides strategy and financial consulting advice to energy companies. Combining deep dive, fundamental understanding and valuation of assets with a bottoms up approach to forecasting oil and gas supply but crucially with a clear financial and commercial understanding. We have a global knowledge of all significant oil and gas companies giving us the ability to recommend the best M&A opportunities.
There is in depth understanding of all parts of the oil and gas value chain including upstream, downstream, services and LNG. We have an depth understanding of the valuation of oil and gas projects globally having modelled out fields in around 50 countries. Global detailed understanding of the global oil and gas supply outlook based on a proprietary database.
Anish Kapadia has been involved in financial analysis and advice on the energy sector for around 20 years. Anish has recently worked for a range of upstream, integrated and LNG companies on financial strategy, modelling, capital raising, M&A and asset valuations.
He has regularly featured in mainstream press such as Bloomberg, CNBC, Reuters and the Financial Times. As a well-known and respected analyst by senior management at the leading integrated oil companies, he has written in depth research on key companies, regions, NOCs, LNG and exploration. Also on diverse topics within energy such as Global shale, NOC strategies, US LNG and decline rates.
Founding AKAP ENERGY in 2017 he previously spent over 15 years in equity research at UBS and Tudor Pickering Holt, where he was Head of the London Research team covering the global upstream and integrated oil and gas companies totalling >$1 trillion in size, as well as a focus on detailed oil and gas fundamental supply and demand analysis. Anish spent eight years as an analyst at the top-rated UBS oil and gas research team covering a combination of European integrated, E&Ps and refiners. He was ranked as a top 10 European oil and gas analyst in the Thomson Reuters Extel survey of leading equity research analysts.