Gneiss Energy is a relationship-led advisory practice operating exclusively within the energy and natural resources sectors.

We specialise in transaction origination and execution, providing independent, strategic, technical and commercial advice and project management support, at both board and senior management level. The high level of service we offer is firmly founded on knowledge, experience, insight and judgement of our advisers and consultants, gained over decades of in-depth involvement in the energy and natural resources sectors at leading companies, enterprises and investment banks.

Our independent counsel and assistance, underpinned by practical implementation support, allows us to partner with you to achieve successful, transformative transactions.

Proven Expertise

An unrivalled expertise & acknowledged reputation in identifying transactional opportunities, creative problem solving and successfully executing transformative transactions.

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Gneiss Energy Breakfast: A Fresh Perspective on Risk Management in the Upstream Industry

21st June, 2018

A Fresh Perspective on Risk Management in the Upstream Industry – Adding, not just Protecting, Value We are delighted to … Continued

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Solo Oil: Jon Fitzpatrick appointed as Non Executive Director

Solo has announced the appointment of Jon Fitzpatrick as a non-executive director of the company. Jon Fitzpatrick commented: “I am … Continued

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Shell Spreads Its Bets Around as It Prepares for a Greener Future

Shell has begun to allocate up to $2 billion per year for electric power and alternative energy sources... Continued

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