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Hurricane Energy

Hurricane is a new generation of oil company that exists to discover, appraise and develop oil from fractured basement reservoirs.

We have an experienced team of experts in basement reservoirs. Between us, we have spent decades in the oil industry. Hurricane has discovered more oil in the UK in the past ten years than any other company.

We can do this because we look at things differently to other oil companies. We are innovative, pioneering and creative. Technically led and driven, we use our niche expertise to find oil where others have looked but not seen. We exploit discoveries and we help to realise the value of those discoveries.

We are a company with a small team of staff, operating to the highest corporate standards but with a minimum of bureaucracy.

Dr Robert Trice - CEO
As Hurricane’s founder, Robert has over 25 years’ oil industry experience. He has combined specialist technical expertise in fractured reservoirs’ characterisation and evaluation. He has a PhD in Geology from Birkbeck College, University of London and gained the bulk of his geoscience experience with Enterprise Oil and Shell. He has worked in field development, exploration, well-site operations an
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Understanding Fractured Reservoirs & Rocks
..in the Middle East, West of the Shetlands, the USA.
23 Jan 2018

Finding & Exploiting new petroleum resources in Europe
The next phase of Exploration and Exploitation in Europe
10 Mar 2016

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